Support homemaker for a journey to become entrepreneur | Milaap
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Support homemaker for a journey to become entrepreneur
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    Underpriveleged Women

    from New Delhi, Delhi

Skill development is no longer a matter of choice. It is necessary to adapt, survive, and succeed. We work in an era where dealing with ambiguity and disruptive trends is crucial to success.

A degree from a reputed institution is definitely an advantage and acts as an initial boost. Right from interviews with reputed companies on campus, to the value it carries whenever you introduce yourself, it presents various opportunities to project you as a potential candidate.

No matter what skills you have, you can’t ignore the potential impact of technology on your career. Technology is impacting every profession, including support functions such as HR, finance, administration, etc, which are all hugely affected.

But, in India, there is a practical gap between what is taught in classrooms and what is required by the industry.

In order to address the skill gap, the Government of India had set up Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE) and schemes under its purview such as Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY), Skill India, SANKALP and National Skill Development Mission etc. However, it still hasn't brought about much change.

India needs to look at creating a framework for institutionalizing skill development and vocational education within the school system.

Especially when the pandemic has affected the economy and caused an unprecedented fall in economic activity, the loss of working hours and income, and a sharp rise in unemployment and underemployment. The pandemic has disrupted education and training at all levels with complete closures of training institutions in the vast majority of countries. Many Skill Development Programmes have been particularly hard hit, given their unique focus on work-based learning and the acquisition of practical skills.

The foundations for an effective, efficient and sustainable skill development ecosystem had been laid over the course of the last few years, however, it is time now to build upon it. Post-pandemic, we can utilize the opportunity to rebuild ourselves rationally and critically with greater momentum.  Making our youth future ready is a call that we can’t miss!

For the Skill Development Project, our organisation is preparing a short-term Diwali campaign. We have chosen 27 slums in Delhi where this programme would be carried out. Our organisation has been entrusted with the task of organising a three-day workshop in each cluster. For these workshops, we will offer trainers, raw materials, and a proper session in each of the chosen clusters. Those underprivileged women shall be provided with an opportunity to earn a living by selling the products made by them after the workshop. 
You can help 
  1. Either monetary or
  2. In-kind (raw material for the products, sewing machine or any other essential)
  3. Promoting the campaign on social media 

For more information, Contact us on 9911173557, 7800043888 or write us at 

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