Najafgarh will soon become the center for women’s businesses – The New Indian Express

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NEW DELHI: Finance Minister Kailash Gahlot on Friday interacted with 12 newly formed women’s support groups made up of more than 120 women in Najafgarh who will soon establish Najafgarh’s first Area Level Federation (ALF) under the National Urban Livelihood Mission program.

It aims to achieve universal financial inclusion through the opening of easy savings accounts that facilitate access to financial literacy, credit, affordable insurance and remittance options. This is in line with the government’s Rozgar budget, which aims to create 20,000 jobs over the next five years.

On that occasion, Gahlot said: “Under the leadership of Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal, my vision is to make Najafgarh a women-run micro-enterprise hub to support women’s empowerment and the Rozgar budget in Delhi by empowering them Establish Delhi’s first city-level women’s association, composed of more than 1,000 women. It will also become the largest microfinance institution in Delhi.”

A student team consisting of more than 70 students from 3 colleges in Delhi – College of Vocational Studies, Aryabhatta College and Netaji Subhash University of Technology will take part in the initiative and contribute to the development of Najafgarh.

NEW DELHI: Finance Minister Kailash Gahlot on Friday interacted with 12 newly formed women’s support groups made up of more than 120 women in Najafgarh who will soon establish Najafgarh’s first Area Level Federation (ALF) under the National Urban Livelihood Mission program. It aims to achieve universal financial inclusion through the opening of easy savings accounts that facilitate access to financial literacy, credit, affordable insurance and remittance options. This is in line with the government’s Rozgar budget, which aims to create 20,000 jobs over the next five years. On that occasion, Gahlot said: “Under the leadership of Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal, my vision is to make Najafgarh a women-run micro-enterprise hub to support women’s empowerment and the Rozgar budget in Delhi by empowering them Establish Delhi’s first city-level women’s association, composed of more than 1,000 women. It will also become the largest microfinance institution in Delhi.” A student team consisting of more than 70 students from 3 colleges in Delhi – College of Vocational Studies, Aryabhatta College and Netaji Subhash University of Technology – will take part in the initiative and contribute to contribute to the development of Najafgarh.

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