RAJSHAHI: Some 10 differently abled females are dreaming of new happy life as they are getting job in a textile factory after being provided proper training on technical sides by a government organistation.
The females namely Maya Sultana, 18, Asma Khatun, 20, Nasrin Khatun, 24, Tara Begum, 25, Salma Akhter, 21, Tania Parveen, 25, Aloki Khatun, 24, Lota Akhter, 26, Jahanara Begum, 27, and Hazera Khatun, 22, are now residing in Safe Home being operated by Department of Social Services (DSS) in Rajshahi city, reports BSS.The Safe Home authority also spearheaded them training on sewing and tailoring at UCEP Bangladesh here.
After successful completion of their training, Textile Division of Square Group provided job to them through proper selection process.
Safe Home Deputy Superintendent Laizu Razzaque informed a meeting arranged for giving farewell to the women at the safe home conference hall here on Thursday afternoon.
DSS Deputy Director Rashedul Kabir and Trainer of UCEP Bangladesh Rouful Islam also spoke on the occasion.
In the preliminary stage, each of the females will get Taka 6,000 as monthly salary with housing and food facilities at Kanchpur factory of Square in Narayangonj.
On successful completion of the probationary stage, their salary will be doubled, added Laizu Razzaque, who, by herself, will take the females to their new working place tomorrow.