A large portion of the underprivileged youth is forced to drop out of secondary school due to various socio-economic factors. To provide aid to them, we have designed various courses for children who wish to develop new skills to get jobs and lead a self-sustainable life.
Serve Samman currently runs various vocational centres, where approximately 80-120 students are enrolled. The courses provided at these centres aim to make the students self-reliant. Underprivileged children belonging to low-income families, from nearby villages are selected to attend our program.
Women are the worst affected due to poverty and unemployment. Having no means to create an income, they need to depend on men for everything. If the men are also unemployed, their situation worsens. We can empower such women with skills that help them become either small entrepreneurs or get respectable jobs and become self-reliant.
In our centres, theoretical and practical training in beauty and cosmetology is available for those children who wish to work in these industries and become working professionals.
Serve Samman also trains women in make-up and hairstyling to help them become independent. Our sewing centres train interested women in embroidery, stitching and fashion designing from scratch, enabling students to get jobs at a boutique or in the garment industry. Furthermore, basic tailoring skills enable women to work from home, earn and look after their families.
Our centre at KOT was Serve Samman’s first vocational centre. While conducting eye camps at KOT village, Dadri, we realized that most people in the village were unemployed simply due to a lack of resources. Hence, we decided to start our first centre to generate employment for a few.
We established a centre which offered computer training, sewing and training to those in need in the nearby villages. Initially, it was tough to get students to join. However, once the word spread, the response became very overwhelming and more students started joining in. With their constant interest and motivation, there was no looking back for the Serve Samman team.
The centre is open 6 days a week, from 10 am to 5 pm. Currently, the courses offered at our centre include:
Address- Kota, Dadri
DEVLI VILLAGE, NEAR SANGAM VIHAR, NEW DELHI
644/1 Devli Village, Lal Dora
Opp. Tinu Public School, New Delhi-110062
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