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Textile Skills

The general work place in Pakistan still has a long way to go in terms of being accessible to people with physical disabilities, whereby most employers are reluctant to hire intellectually challenged people because they perceive them to have limited or insufficient capabilities to perform jobs. This lack of awareness results in even stronger barriers for intellectually challenged people who are almost never considered for employment. While KVTC has had unprecedented success in this area, we feel that we can find employment for more intellectually challenged people through the set up of small-medium enterprises, based on the skills they learn at the Centre, and the manufacture and sale of items produced and marketed by intellectually challenged people themselves.

Machine Embroidery

We teach them according to the customized curriculum, using easy to difficult teaching techniques and modified equipment and tools. Handling machine , Making designs, Making patterns, Embroidery on different designs, Colorful and unique embroidery work, Finishing designs, Cushions, bed linen, other domestic items & hand bags

Zari Work

Zari work involves a hook, plied from the top but fed by silk thread from below with the material spread out on a frame. We teach them according to the customized curriculum, using easy to difficult teaching techniques and modified equipment and tools.

Tailoring

This method enables the tailor to take professional measurements, assess posture and body shape to make unique modifications to the garment. We teach them according to the customized curriculum, using easy to difficult teaching techniques and modified equipment and tools.

Block Printing

Block printing is one of the oldest types of printmaking. The blocks used in this type of printing are pieces of carved wood or copper plates with movable studs. A block to which color has been applied is placed on the fabric. We teach them according to the customized curriculum, using easy to difficult teaching techniques and modified equipment and tools.

Screen Printing

Screen printing is arguably the most versatile of all printing processes. It can be used to print on a wide variety of substrates, including paper, paperboard, plastics, glass, metals, fabrics, and many other materials. We teach them according to the customized curriculum, using easy to difficult teaching techniques and modified equipment and tools.