Helping People Stand On Their Feet

To minimize migration of people from towns and villages to the cities and metropolises due unavailability of means of earning livelihood, we have successfully trained 1,750 people through our Special Entrepreneurship Training programs.

This is a bid to create sustainable means of livelihood in their own home place. The focus is not only on employment but on helping them in creating identities.

An employed person is a positive contributor to the society. She/he is an inspiration for other people to stand up on their feet. This is a positive step in the direction of creating an empowered society and this is what we want to achieve. We look forward to further create 1,65,000 entrepreneurs in next three years.