A UK–based educational institution has launched marriage training courses titled A-1 and B-1 for the women hailing from AJK to be the prospective settlers in Britain after being married to British nationals.

A ceremony for the distribution of certificates to the second batch of successful participants of A-1 Training Course was held at the ‘Access IL –English Language Training Institute in Mirpur on Wednesday.

On the occasion, Kashmiri academician Hassan Ahmed Bukhari distributed the certificates to over 60 women from various parts of Mirpur division, who successfully completed the training course.

Administrator Access UK Training Centre Ms Zahra Jabeen and Coordinator Syed Qamar Hayat highlighted the salient features of the training programmes to make the women familiar with the life style in United Kingdom so that they could pass through a successful life there.

Bukhari said that under the European Integration Funds, meant for the third-world countries including Pakistan, The City College Nottingham launched the Marriage Certificate programmes for the women seeking access to Unite Kingdom being permanent settler through marriage.

He suggested to ladies to take benefit of the facility of free courses that were pre-requisite for the purpose. He made it clear that the final test fee of the successful women qualifying A1 and B1 marriage course, are managed to be paid by the Institution under the European Integration Funds Programme.