Skill Development

Skill Development

Taking further the Indian government’s motto of Skilled India through vocational training, Indiabulls Foundation has initiated its Skill Development programme in association with DB Tech Society. To take a step towards achieving women empowerment, 600 women beneficiaries coming from underprivileged background have received professional skill based training through 15 centers spread across 7 states of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Orissa, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

 

These women have received 3 months training to become General Duty Assistants (GDAs) and skilled in providing quality care to patients in hospitals and nursing homes. They have been trained to provide home based care. After 3 months of extensive and quality training with emphasis on both theory and practical work, they have received course completion certificates certified by NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation). This certification has empowered them in becoming certified GDAs who provide efficient and quality work within the health sector anywhere in India.

 


Skill Development - Walwanda

Amplifying its Skill Development initiative, Indiabulls Foundation has adopted the skill development wing of Bosco Samajik Vikas Sanstha, Walwanda in Palghar district of Maharashtra to train students through various verticals.

 

Residential skill development trainings and job placement are provided to the underprivileged youth from rural and tribal parts of Maharashtra in various domains such as automobile mechanics, welding, electrical wiring and components & tailoring. These youth who are either school drop outs/belong to economically poor/socially marginalized or from academically backward background are mainly between the age of 18 to 30 years.  On accessing the caliber and interest of the students, the students are suggested their skill training. These trainings are spread over 4 to 6 months divided into different modules. Apart from providing technical knowledge, the students are also given training in soft skills, spoken English and computers.

 

Realizing the fact that the technical education is not accessible to all especially the rural women, this initiative aims at making rural and tribal women self-reliant by taking the skill development trainings at their door steps. Tailoring training centers are operated in various villages to train the women and encourage them to be entrepreneurs.

 

 

 

 

 



Testimonials

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IBF Initiative: Nursing - General Duty Assistant


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IBF Initiative: Nursing - General Duty Assistant


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