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978 Three-Day Spice Making Training in Vadodara Slum

posted Feb 1, 2020, 1:50 AM by Don Bosco Development Society   [ updated Feb 1, 2020, 1:51 AM ]
Vadodara (Gujarat), 27-Jan-2020: The Don Bosco Development Society (DBDS) Vadodara, organized a three-days training workshop from 25 to 27 January on ‘Indian Spices Making’ as a business activity. 20 women from the various slums of Vadodara city participated in this training workshop held under the aegis of ‘Spice making and marketing project’ supported by MIX FOR KIDS e.v., Germany.

Fr. George Miranda (Director- Snehalaya) supervised the training programme. Mrs. Hemlata Patel was the resource persons. They taught 17 different types of spice making which included: Undhiya Masala, Dabeli Masala, Pavbhaji Masala, Biryani Masala, Mutton Masala, Chole Masala, Garam Masala, Sambhar Masala, Chat Masala, Tea Masala, Malvani Masala, Fish Masala, Punjabi Masala, Panipuri Masala, Chicken Tandoori Masala, Kolhapuri Masala and Chicken Tandoori Masala. Tea and snacks were served daily to all the participants.

These training also included sessions on production, marketing, costing, budgeting, pricing and brand building of spice products. The participants learnt the production process and the business management lessons with great enthusiasm and were very positive on starting their own spice making business. All the logistical arrangements were done by Ms Jagruti Patil (DBDS- Coordinator).