Friday, July 29, 2016


by BIS Correspondent

MUMBAI, JUL 29, 2016: Around 100 of the 418 students trained in beauty care by the Don Bosco Development Society (DBDS) attended a campus selection organised by Urban Clap, a service provider app, at the Matunga Campus on July 26.

DBDS joined forces with Urban Clap, a leading start-up company which helps customers hire professionals for their service needs.

Urban Clap covers a wide spectrum of services like health, wellness, repair, maintenance, home care and design. DBDS and Urban Clap came up with this initiative to link trained beauticians to customers residing close to their home.

The beauticians are to provide beauty services to the customers at their doorstep and this would help them earn anything from Rs 500 to 1500 per client. On an average their monthly income would be Rs 25,000 to 35,000. The purpose of these kind of endeavours is to change the identity of a woman from dependent to a financially independent person.

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