Monday, September 7, 2009

Banglore-based Unnati providing vocational training

Unnati is working to provide vocational training for poor, unemployed youth in Bangalore, India to expand their potential to work in the private market.

An excerpt from a PRLog article:

Unnati, incepted in 2003, trains youth in the chosen vocations that are relevant to the job market. Economically backward drop out adults aged 18 and above (both boys & girls) are offered the 3 months rigorous training. Currently seven vocational courses are offered - retail sales, guest care, industrial tailoring, entry level voice & data (BPO), security services and industrial painting. In keeping with the ultimate goal of Unnati of not just enabling employability but making Unnatians responsible citizens, the program covers life skills, communication, spoken English and basic computer usage. The NGO has since placed close to 800 youth from really poor backgrounds in reputed corporates like Café Coffee Day, J P Morgan, Levis and ITC among others.

Read more:
Unnati website - "Unnati To Train 1 Million Underprivileged Youth For Employability By 2020 Through 1000 Centres"

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