The youth comprises over one-third of the Indian population which in turn constitutes a major part of the labour force of the country. The number of underprivileged youth in India who lacks education and proper guidance is humungous. It is not their lack of knowledge that is the reason for this. It is because they do not possess the right skills and attitude. It is crucial for the energy of the underprivileged youth to be channelized properly with proper direction and learning to aid in their economic growth and make them contribute to nation building.
National Public Welfare Mission has been running skill development programs to bridge this gap. It has covered a wide gamut of learning for youth. From Basic Computer and English to 2D and 3D Animation, Retail and Hospitality Services, National Public Welfare Mission has experience of running a wide array of skill development programs.
Our centres are running immersive, practical oriented courses where hands on learning is the basis. These industry designed courses have wide acceptability among recruiters and also provide skills of basic entrepreneurship to the trainees. Every year hundreds of youths are being churned at these training centres which are capable of generating employability for these underprivileged youth. These are our steps to success.
We make it a point to keep connected with our students at least for two years’ post pass out so that they can be counselled if necessary. This is necessary as not every youth is the same and may not react in the same way to differing and challenging work environments. As friends and guides to them our trainers make it a point to help them adjust individually to their work environment.