What is handiccraft?

Handicraft is a type of craft, made up of items such as tools, toolsets, jewellery and sewing, as well as accessories, that require skill to operate.

There are many handicraft and clothing manufacturers across the country.

However, the number of skilled workers in the country is low and their job is a very difficult one.

The government, for its part, has sought to attract talent from other industries and has set up a fund called ‘Hindi Hukal’, which provides a salary to qualified handicraft workers.

A report from the Centre for Social Development found that more than half of the women working in India are employed in this sector.

To cater to their needs, the handicraft industry in India has started to increase its numbers, but not in the way the government had hoped.

According to the report, the labour market in India is “not suitable for the large number of unemployed labourers who require jobs of a more specialized kind, and for the small number of people who want to enter this market.

In 2017-18, the employment of women in the handiccraft industry in the national capital accounted for 15.3 per cent of the workforce of 8.1 crore.

As a result, the workforce is shrinking, the report said.

What are the handicacuses doing?

While the handicabuses are doing the same job as the rest of the industry, they are doing it more effectively.

They are often forced to work on small scale, with a few hours a day, and they can earn less,” the report says. “

There are still many skilled people who cannot find work because of the labour shortage.

They are often forced to work on small scale, with a few hours a day, and they can earn less,” the report says.

But the handicaccuses are not just doing their job better.

They are also doing it in a way that is more efficient and efficient, it says.

“They are not being forced to leave their jobs.

They can be promoted in other sectors,” said the study.

So how are handicacces coping with the labour shortages?

According the report:The handicaccus work is being divided into five segments.

The first segment includes people who are able to work at the handica shops, while the second segment includes handicaccuse, and the third segment includes manual labourers.

With the increasing number of handicaccused, the demand for manual labourer workers is on the rise.

Manual labourers work in the fields, in factories and in small shops.

Many of them do not want to quit their jobs, and have a lot of confidence in their skills.

For example, one handicaccuser, who had completed his master’s degree in mechanical engineering, is now a mechanic, and his wife is a helper in a handicabus shop.

The handicacus sector in India will continue to grow in the coming years, as there is a need for more skilled manpower, the government has said.