I was born and brought up in Bangalore City.
Born in underprivileged brahmin family, I and my sister were hardly able to successfully emapanel ourselves to education even from governament school fees were not affordable.
Somehow I have managed to complete my graduation through correspondence and ofcourse started working at the age of 18 to support my studies and family financial crisis.
I had few challenges to sustain/adapt myself in the fastgrowing IT and BPO industry in Bangalore.
Language barrier was the primary challenge as I was from Kannada medium all through, it took about five years excel in language and today I'm proud to be working as Manager in one of the Recruitment Firms in Bangalore. ( You can looke up on LinkedIn) I could say somehow I made it with none or limited support by any other individuals.
Today I'm married to a beautiful girl from Shimoga not even an year yet but something started to bother me it's not my wife or my professional life. It's the youngsters in small town and villages are still not upskilled or pacedup to face the IT or Intellectual jobs in Major cities or within their own towns.
So I have decided to take some actions, now to start small training centre at Shikarpur to start developing skills of youngsters through various programmes for everyone who are in need and honestly provide them the job assistance.
There are programs from government which hasn't still reached everyone truly, however eventually I would get the recognition from government initiatives also to expand the reach of my goal of talent development.
Currently my focus is on to break the language barrier by providing best possible language training.
At 2nd stage to prepare them for jobs in product and service based companies across.
Stage 3 local skill development for own business or self employment.
Everything seems very ambitious move and it requires true and 100% involvement of me to make it successful. Hence I have decided to discontinue my current job and involve full fledge in this program as soon as I'm able to raise enough funds.
I would also be raising funds from other sources as well because 2lakhs is just to kick-start this initiative.
This money will be invested to set up a training centre at Shikarpur.
I have also built connection across multinational companies to support me morally to run the show and provide jobs who trained at our training centre.
I'm open for discussions and suggestions.
Humbly request you all to contribute as much as you can or spread this article across your circle and be part of someone's life-changing event.