Fatehpur(SNB) Under the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM), KESI-MORA company from Noida will train all functional Self-help group women technically, in the district. In the first phase of technical training, for repair and sale of inverter and LED bulbs, the company has trained 50 self-help women of 7 development blocks as master trainers. In the presence of DC NRLM Lalji Yadav, and District Development Officer Ramesh Chandra at the Vikas Bhawan auditorium, Kesi-Mora Company founder Munis Sharma said that Kesi-Mora will deliver the required products for the rural areas through groups. This inverter bulb is designed by Kesi-Mora in conformity with India's power grid system, certified by DIC. This bulb will charge in a short time and will be able to light up to 3 hours, equivalent to a thousand candles. The bulb will emit light that is suitable for the eyes. 30 service cells, quality control centers will be set up for the women of Kesi-Mora in the district. Through SSQ centers, the products will be made available to the people as per the requirement and they will also be repaired if there is a technical problem. In response to a question, he said that a certain amount of money will be given to the women associated with the group. At the same time, the company will take the product made by them for which the contract has been signed. It will be such an effort, that this talent, of the women of the group, should not only gain national fame but also internationally so that women can play an important role in taking the family forward by becoming self-sufficient. During this, District Mission Manager Livelihood, Mohit Shashank, Dr. Ajay Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Avinash Shekhar Mishra, of Kesi Mora Company, Block Mission Manager, Amit Kumar were present.