Known for its picturesque beaches, natural landscapes and also as one of the preferred destinations of both national and international tourists, KVIC in a short span of two months, identified beneficiaries from various villages such as Morjim, Old Goa, Panjim, Bicholim, Sakhali, Mappasa, Dabhal and Madgaon and organized trainings in pottery, bee keeping, spinning and Papad making. The move will assist the locals and help in creation of jobs. Chairman KVIC Mr. Saxena said that KVIC will create 10,000 new jobs in the current financial year in Goa. Chief Minister Mr. Sawant expressed his happiness and thanked KVIC for taking these unique initiatives for creating job opportunities to the local people in a record time.
KVIC also participated in the vibrant Goa event as partner and put up 30 stalls to showcase various Khadi and Village Industries products from across the country. In the three days event a record sale of Rs. 60 Lakhs was reported.