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Handicrafts and Carpet Sector Skill Council (HCSSC) is an organization registered under Societies Act of 1860. HCSSC is promoted jointly by EPCH and CEPC with the inclusive...

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HCSSC has a Governing Body to administer its functioning and operating. The Governing Body is a group of representatives from a group of organizations. The members of...

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The HCSSC's mission involves the overall development of skills related to the handicrafts and carpet sector. Ten years from its inception, HCSSC aims at developing NOSs for over...

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In The Words of Trainees

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My Self Nanji Bodar. I am From Udaipur, Rajasthan.  Recently I completed a training program organized by HCSSC.  The training about Traditional hand embroidery. I learned so many new things through this training.  Now I do my own business through this training and teach about embroidery to the peoples.

Nanji Boda
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I took my RPL training under Handicrafts and Carpet. I  participated in the training process to learn more about the working skills required to become a proper and skilled worker.

Dibya Dey
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Mr. Mohd. Mustafa Haji is a young carpet weaver from a family of Qazipora in the Bandipora district of J&K. He aspires to expand his carpet manufacturing unit in the future. To do so he enrolled in the certification program which could help him in securing a loan from the bank. He happily admits that the training has played a positive role in imparting him the right skills.

Mr. Mohd. Mustafa Haji
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Mr. Jagdish Kumar Bind is a young carpet weaver belonging to a modest family in Mirzapur district, UP. He has been working as a carpet weaver for the last 10 years. However, he became aware of export quality designs only during his training. Now his monthly income has risen to Rs. 15,000 and he has also started receiving a higher load of orders.

Mr. Jagdish Kumar Bind
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I hail from a small village named Chwkham Gaon in Dhemaji district of Assam. While looking for an alternate income I participated in the training program held on Bamboo Utility Handicraft Assembler which was sponsored by NBCFDC and implemented by HCSSC. Today I feel happy as it enhanced not only my income but also my skills.

Alip Hazarika
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I have been working as a Stone Carving Artisan for last 10 years. I have never been able to participate in any program until I got to know about RPL training given by IL&FS Skills and HCSSC under the PMKVY scheme. This training has provided me with the knowledge on new products that can be made out of stone with help of mechanized hand-tools.

Radhey Shyam Sharma