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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 2937-2948

School Students Involvement in Craft Study

Neetu Malhotra, Dr. M.K Nair.


With the advent of current new trends through the globalization. This paper aims to pave new possibilities for crafts cluster implementation in girl’s school. Artisans have relied on local capital and, in most cases, served local demand as an important source of non-farm livelihood options in villages and small towns across India, drawing on cultural heritage, traditional skills, and entrepreneurship.Although there are a large number of people working in a wide range of craft clusters (both handicrafts and handlooms) all over the world. India is no exception to the liberalization, privatization, and modernization processes that have resulted in the rise of in formalism. This paper is a call to action to associate, encourage, revitalize, and create a cultural atmosphere in order to bring these crafts back to life, which are on the brink of extinction and lose their lustre and original structure. We must unite and lift our hands to help crafts, artisans, techniques, tradition, and culture in order to preserve and maintain them in the globalized age. Now a day’s demand of craft cluster increases day by day due to todays need is craft cluster is implementation in girl’s school.

Key words: Craft Cluster, Girls School, Source of income.

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