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PROJECT 1

Free Computer Training Camps


Hundreds of people got basic knowledge of computer.

In this digital era each of us should be aware of it . These days, it is hard to find a job that does not involve a computer.Training in basic computer skills can greatly affect how quickly a new hire can adapt the new technology.Familiarity and experience with computers can benefit almost any type of worker.To someone without computer experience, a PC can be an unnerving, unfamiliar piece of hardware, and the constant fear of causing some catastrophic error can make it difficult to feel at home at the keyboard. Training new employees in computer skills will ensure that everyone has the basic knowledge they need to function at your business, and it can help new-hires with computer skills gain familiarity with your specific business systems. It will give us more productivity, we all need each other's help in some aspect. So let join our hands together and take step forward towards a digital tomorrow for everyone
They need your help.

We are continuously trying to make "Digital India" by providing computer education by organizing camps in different places. We provide computer training at no cost. Our vision is to stop migrations from villages, to create self-employment so that they can do survive in their own. Isn't is better not to be dependent on others, isn't it feels better when we do something beyond our expectations. Each one us has an equal right towards education, so lets take a step forward for better future.


Statistics speak for themselves

16

mln of hungry people

14

% of hungry people

The lack of skills and technical knowledge appear to be the main barrier for rural workers to enter manufacturing sector. The NSS surveys show a depressing picture of the level of education and technical skills possessed by the rural workers. More than three-fourth of the total rural workforce of 15-59 years were not qualified even up to secondary level in year 2011-12 (Table 5.2). Further, only 1.3 per cent of the rural workforce of the age group 15-59 years possessed technical education8. Similarly, only 14.6 per cent of the rural workforce of age group 15-59 years received vocational trainings9, which aim to develop competencies (knowledge, skills and attitude) of skilled or semi-skilled workers in various trades. Gender wise disaggregation reveals that female workers possess relatively low level of education and technical training as compared to male counterparts. These facts suggest that setting up of industries and improvement in infrastructure are not sufficient conditions for increasing employment in rural areas. Improvement in industrial infrastructure in rural areas must be accompanied by the effective human resources development programmes to impart necessary skills and training to rural youth to match the job requirement in manufacturing sectorUnemployment statistics has traditionally been collected, disseminated once every five years by the Ministry of Labour and Employment (MLE), primarily from sample studies conducted by the National Sample Survey Office. Other than these 5-year sample studies, India has – except since 2017 – never routinely collected monthly, quarterly or yearly nationwide employment and unemployment statistics. In 2016, Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy – a non-government entity based in Mumbai, started sampling and publishing monthly unemployment in India statistics.

PROJECT 2

Free Health Check-up | Medical Camps


Millions of people are hungry and thirsty.
They need your help

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Statistics speak for themselves

The lack of skills and technical knowledge appear to be the main barrier for rural workers to enter manufacturing sector. The NSS surveys show a depressing picture of the level of education and technical skills possessed by the rural workers. More than three-fourth of the total rural workforce of 15-59 years were not qualified even up to secondary level. Further, only 1.3 per cent of the rural workforce of the age group 15-59 years possessed technical education. Similarly, only 14.6 per cent of the rural workforce of age group 15-59 years received vocational trainings, which aim to develop competencies (knowledge, skills and attitude) of skilled or semi-skilled workers in various trades. Gender wise disaggregation reveals that female workers possess relatively low level of education and technical training as compared to male counterparts. These facts suggest that setting up of industries and improvement in infrastructure are not sufficient conditions for increasing employment in rural areas. Improvement in industrial infrastructure in rural areas must be accompanied by the effective human resources development programmes to impart necessary skills and training to rural youth to match the job requirement in manufacturing sector.

Unemployment statistics has traditionally been collected, compiled and disseminated once every five years by the Ministry of Labour and Employment (MLE), primarily from sample studies conducted by the National Sample Survey Office.Other than these 5-year sample studies, India has – except since 2017 – never routinely collected monthly, quarterly or yearly nationwide employment and unemployment statistics. In 2016, Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy – a non-government entity based in Mumbai, started sampling and publishing monthly unemployment in India statistics.

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PROJECT 3

Motivational Sessions In School & Training Centers


Millions of people are hungry and thirsty.
They need your help

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Morbi accumsan ipsum velit. Nam nec tellus a odio tincidunt auctor a ornare odio. Sed non mauris vitae erat consequat auctor eu in elit. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. Mauris in erat justo. Nullam ac urna eu felis dapibus condimentum sit amet a augue. Sed non neque elit. Sed ut imperdiet nisi. Proin condimentum fermentum nunc. Etiam pharetra, erat sed fermentum feugiat, velit mauris egestas quam, ut aliquam massa nisl quis neque. Mauris in erat justo. Nullam ac urna eu felis dapibus condimentum sit amet a augue.


Statistics speak for themselves


16

mln of hungry people

14

% of hungry people

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Thank you for your kindness dear volunteers