Skill development/ vocational training programs

PMKVY 2.0 (Pradhan mantri Kaushal vikas Yojna)

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Pradhan Mantri Kaushal

Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) is the flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE). The objective of this Skill Certification Scheme is to enable a

large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help

them in securing a better livelihood.

In this project we established 3 PMKVY centres for which 32 batches were conducted &

950 students were trained in retail & telecom sector.

Meri Pehchan (Skill Development Promgrm for Woman )

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DART facilitated vocational training program Meri Pehchan in Udhamsingh Nagar

Uttrakhand & Alwar Rajasthan. To provide livelihood training to under privileged

community of Alwar & Udhamsingh nagar and catchment area. The women are one of

the most disempowered and deprived groups in Indian society. It was

observed, if some kind of skill is imparted to the women, it would give them more

avenues to earn their living. The program will also help them to raise their voice against

the ill treatment accorded to them within the family or outside. Hence, vocational training

program will enable the rural women and girls to learn and enhance their skills,

enhancing their confidence level by making themselves reliant.


Solar Panel Installation Tech.(Skill Training Program)

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The course has been designed, keeping in view the ever growing job market for Solar Industries.

This course we taught assessing the installation site, understanding the installation pre-requisites, arranging for installation materials, mounting and installing the panels at customer’s premises; and ensuring effective

functioning of solar energy system after installation. The individual at work checks the installation site,

understands the layout requirement as per design, assesses precautionary measures to be taken, installs the solar panel as per customer’s requirement and ensures effective functioning of the system post installation.

This program is aimed at training candidates for the job of a “Solar Panel Installation Technician”

HANDSET REPAIR ENGINEER Course

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Trust has run the Mobile repairing  Course at Mandsaur Madhya Pradesh from April 2016 to August 2016 In this course 4 batches were conducted & 120 students were trained.

In this course syllabus divided into 5 components. The program covers all the topics that are necessary to learn for repairing and servicing mobile phones.

COMPONENT 1 (BASICS AND BASIC

ELECTRONICS) -The first module will act as a bridging course for those students who do not have any prior knowledge about the field.

COMPONENT 2 (HARDWARE REPAIR)

The second module will focus on hardware and teach the students how to handle and replace various electronic parts. 

COMPONENT 3 (SOFTWARE REPAIR)

Software problems are some of the most common ones faced by smartphone users. Sometimes, a software problem can lead to hardware abnormalities as well.

COMPONENT 4 (BASIC AND ADVANCED TROUBLESHOOTING) After receiving a customer’s complaint, it is important to understand where the problem of the phone lies - hardware or software; and then repair it accordingly.

COMPONENT 5 (ADDITIONAL LEARNING) To be a successful mobile phone repair technician, one needs to know more than just the technical aspects of fixing a phone. This module aims to teach some additional topics to help become a better mobile phone repair engineer.


Assistant Electrician Course

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Trust has run the Assistant Electrician Course at Mandsaur Madhya Pradesh from April 2017 to August 2017. In this course 4 batches were conducted & 120 students were trained

This course aimed at training candidates for an Assistant Electrician

Construction Electrical Works involves laying of cables/wires from power source to desired equipment's. Installation and maintenance of common electrical equipment's and

machineries at construction sites. It also includes installation and maintenance of LV wiring and electrical fixtures at industrial, residential, and commercial buildings. All the activities under scope are carried out as per organizational HSE norms conforming to relevant electrical standard operating procedures, guidelines or specifications as per applicability Assistant Electrician will be assisting electrician or superior in electrical work for the installation, repair, and maintenance of temporary LV electrical connections at the construction sites and permanent connections at residential and commercial buildings.

Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan

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The Government has launched the Digital India Programme with an ambitious vision to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. The Programme envisages linking citizens to various e-governance initiatives, involving them

in decision making for strengthening public participation and thus enhancing governance accountability. The full potential of Digital India Programme can only be realised if every citizen, regardless of location and social background, is provided with opportunities as well as capabilities to access and leverage digital services/technologies. The universal digital literacy across the country including rural India is an essential element for success of these initiatives.

Digital literacy is a key component of the Government's vision of building an empowered society as envisaged under "Digital India initiative". Spinoff effects of digital literacy especially in the context of rural India would address a number of socio-economic issues. 'Digital Literacy' would bring the benefits of ICT to daily lives of rural population especially in the areas of Healthcare, Livelihood generation and Education. Furthermore, as the thrust of the government is on promoting cashless transactions through mobile phones, the course content would also have emphasis on use of Digital Financial Tools for Electronic Payment System.

In this project we established 45 PMG Disha centres in Uttar Pradesh and 770 students were trained in 'Digital Literacy'.

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HEALTH CARE ACTIVITIES

Health Care Centre

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The Ashok Nagar center was established with an objective of providing primary health care services to the underprivileged community and the Drugs users community in and around Ashok Nagar and trilok puri area. Later on other services like, family welfare programs, reproductive and child health care and HIV/AIDS awareness programs were incorporated. Gradually our services were expand. At Present the projects and other health related activities looked after by this Centre are:

 HIV/AIDS prevention programs and services for STI for vulnerable Community and their associates, female sex workers & their clients and composite intervention ( STI/HIV/AIDS ) involving other high risk groups.

 Primary health care services, family welfare programs and reproductive and child health care services

Awareness Camp for pregnant women

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The organization held an awareness camp at Kondli east delhi for pregnant women. Women in deprived conditions face high rates of infant mortality. Maintaining good reproductive health among women is therefore not only a crucial goal in itself, but can lead to increased survival rates of children. Towards achieving this goal, an awareness programme for expectant mothers was organized, which was attended by a large number of women. These women were identified through a month long survey conducted by the health workers. Issues like Nutrition, pre Natal Care, Personal Hygiene, Breast feeding, Need for immunization etc., were discussed. These issues related to family. Planning and various methods of contraception were also discussed. Such camps are useful towards improving the health of women and children from the community and providing a base for their awareness.

AXSHYA PROJECT

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Project Axshya aims to improve access to quality TB care and control through a partnership between government and civil society. It will support India’s national TB control programme to expand its reach, visibility and effectiveness, and engage community based providers to improve TB services, especially for women, children, marginalized, vulnerable and TB HIV co-infected populations.

Objective: The project aims to improve access to quality TB care and control through a

partnership between government and civil society. It will support India’s Revised

National TB Control Programme (RNTCP) to expand its reach, visibility andeffectiveness, and engage community-based providers to improve TB services, especially for women, children, marginalised, vulnerable and TB-HIV co-infected populations. Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilisation (ACSM) is a major focus.

Targeted Intervention (TI) Project for Man having Sex with Man (MSM) and Transgenders (TG)

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UNDER NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL ORGANIZATION & DELHI STATE AIDS CONTROL SOCIETY, GOVT. OF NCT OF DELHI Trust has run the TI Project for MSM/TG at Khanpur , South Delhi from September 2010 to June 2014.

The objective of the program was to reverse the epidemic of HIV/AIDS. The

organization worked on 1000 beneficiaries and provided them services from identification of the target group, awaring them about the risks involve in unsafe sex , promotion of condoms during sexual activities, counseling and STI treatment, referral to ICTC for HIV testing and providing them continuum care and support if they are detected HIV positive. The organization has effectively delivered the services and worked to

improve the awareness level in the target community and general community as well.

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EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Udaan

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This project is supported by Local donors of Delhi, to provide education to non-school going children of 5-14 years of age from socio-economically deprived section of the society. The first Udaan centre was organized started from July, 2014 in Kondli,

Kalyanpuri and Trilok puri About 55% of students are now enrolled with various Govt. schools. Following activities were conducted :

 Free educational materials (books, copies, pens, pencils, etc.), dress, lodging and health facilities were provided to the students.

 Regular performance evaluation of the students was done through weekly and quarterly examinations of the students. The performance of the students was appreciated by the various stake holders.