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Hostel for working women

June 23, 2022

The District Minorities Welfare Department has invited applications from working women belonging to minority community  (Muslim, Christian, Jain, Buddhist and Parsi) to avail hostel facilities for the year 2022-23.

Preference will be given to working women who are unmarried, divorcees, widows, married women away from family and those separated from husbands. 30 percent reservation will be for minority community girl students who are undergoing vocational training. Hostel facility will be provided for 5 years. 

Only 25 percent reservation for women undergoing job training and hostel facility for one year. The minimum age of applicants must be above 18 years. Food facility will not be provided. Interested may obtain applications from Department Office, Maulana Azad Bhavan, Mysuru-Bengaluru Road, Subhashnagar in city. For details call Mob: 82177-43399 or 74833-98572 or visit

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