An interaction programme with handicraft artisans, “Chaupal” was jointly organised by development commissioner (handicrafts), ministry of textiles, government of India, handicraft service centre (HSC), Kohima in association with district industries centre-Chozuba on July 29 at Khulazu Basa Village, Phek district. At the programme, various schemes and programmes initiated for handicraft artisans were highlighted and an on-spot registration for artisans’ identity cards was carried out and a session PMEGP scheme was also conducted.
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