Almost 2,000 rural youths, which included 85 percent girls and women has imparting training in various trades to make them self-employed.
For last 14 years, Yog Manav Vikas Trust (YMVT), Banikhet imparting training to rural women’s in various vocational courses including tailoring, dress designing, beauty culture, secretarial practices and a certificate in computer applications with certificates issued by the Government of India on completion.
Trust chairperson Kiran Dodeja said “Many of these women have adopted self-employment, particularly in the field of cutting and beauty culture, and are supporting their families,”
She said the Vocational Training Institute, Banikhet, had now opened three more branches at Hathni, Surangani, and Khairi with the cooperation of the Baira-Suil Power Station and the Chamera Power Station to cater to the needs of remote villages in the region.
“Quality education and training through professional trainers and quality sewing machines, computers and teaching aids have been our core thrust besides inculcating moral values to them. Audio-visual training has also been added to the training,” Dodeja said.
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