Bagh (Dhar district): A one-day Bagh print workshop was organised under Madhya Pradesh Day State Rural Livelihood Mission with support of district administration at new Aajivika Bhawan on Bypass Road on Friday.
While addressing women of various groups, Dhar collector Alok Kumar Singh said women can join Bagh print business for which state government is ready to support them. He said Bagh development block should also benefit from the business.
“There are plans to train new generation in printing and designing through this business so that traditional business, which is identity of district, may reach a new dimension,” he added. To realise this objective, the administration is working hard, he added.
Sub divisional officer Vivek Kumar said women groups associated with Bagh print business can increase their incomes by making new designs and products. “Your problems will be solved by departmental officials. You can also draw benefits of other schemes,” he added.
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) department assistant director Nilesh Trivedi presented detailed information as to how the groups can be connected to MSME. District Trade and Industry Centre general manager Boriwal said Bagh print has been chosen by district under, Ek Zila, Ek Pehchan initiative, by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.