From airhostess to aerospace engineer, Kashmir youth look for new professions

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  1. Yusuf

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    SRINAGAR: Razia Hussain of Qazigund village in Kashmir is flying high. Literally. In about two months, the 19-year-old will complete her airhostess training course, a first in her family. In the Valley, where purdah is the norm for women, this is a rarity. "It is only a matter of awareness. Sometimes, either women don't know that this is an available option or the parents are too narrow-minded to let them take it up," says Husain. She has been on a flight once where she saw an airhostess in action. "The way they carried themselves was very impressive," says Hussain, who wishes to fly to

    From airhostess to aerospace engineer, Kashmir youth look for new professions - The Times of India
     
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    Great news especially for Kashmiri's, at least this will open their eyes to the fact of who is helping Kashmir's future and who is destroying !
     
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    Kashmiris are quite well off.

    Nearly all have some kind of business or the other or are professionals.

    Problem is with unemployed youth specifically in srinagar.
     

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