The hut farming project started in 2006 and ended in 2014. From the beginning to the end, the trade was 9. Currently, six trades are going on after the project is completed.Sewing:
Sewing training has taken 10 students at the central level, seven of them have been upgraded to train level. After learning the stitches, a woman has been able to earn an extra income of 3000 rupees after working out of her house. Two skilled trainers from Denmark have trained and trained last year. Training fee money During training, the help of Pretis is provided with clothes and other things. At the end of the training, the machine bought them by money and worked with them. 1 woman does this work for 4-5 hours a day.
Business-based work is done. Anyone can order their own window and other items like order. Muri Bhajja: The principle is that any type of chemical is mixed without any kind of chemical, one can also get a chance to individually. Business is also fried. At present, the demand for JGV's muri in the market is rising.
1 female has trained locally. Most of the wool garments are supplied in winter. This work is being done by skilled wool trainers.
Keeping in mind the needs and inconveniences of the local people, JGV is introduced to the powder, such as cumin, coriander, chilli, turmeric and other spices which are used for cooking purposes. Spices were sold and packaged by breaking the spices. In addition to the local people, John can take spices on their own for a little money.
In the local youth boys are not working in the area and Vin goes to the state every year, so the JGV has started the training of carpenter's carpenter for the purpose of their work since last 10 years. Currently, many boys work in training areas, earning an average of Tk 5000-8000 per month.
In front of the same purpose, the training of weaving began with JGVK. But loom training could not be popularized due to the local people's enthusiasm too low. Nevertheless, the skilled weavers of Birbhum have been wearing various garments of weaving such as Gumcha, Tasar Than Pies, Punjabi police station, shirts of shirts. It is being sold in the local market.