Nari Kala Mandir

Nari Kala Mandir Training Centre and Project Unnati

Nari Kala Mandir Training Centre and Project Unnati, two initiatives dedicated to empowering women, have made significant strides in equipping individuals with essential skills for self-sufficiency and improved livelihoods. Through comprehensive training programs and placement assistance, these initiatives are transforming the lives of women, creating a ripple effect of positive change in communities.

Nari Kala Mandir Training Centre:

  • The centre has offered one- and two-year tailoring and allied craft courses for several years, funded by the Directorate Social Welfare, U.P.
  • Courses conclude with certificate or diploma awards.
  • In the past year, 51 students enrolled, with 31 appearing in the examination and achieving a 100% pass rate.

Project Unnati:

  • Launched in 2015, this joint initiative between Nari Sewa Samiti and Bajaj Auto Ltd aims to empower women through employment-linked skill development.
  • Its second phase (April 2019–March 2023) trained 1,300 students in various trades despite COVID-19 challenges.
  • These trades include in-demand areas like computer training, beauty culture, fashion designing, and hand embroidery.
  • Over 500 graduates secured placements, while 300 became self-employed through their own businesses.
  • The computer training course recently gained affiliation with Skill India, a government-run program, further enhancing its credibility.

Key Achievements:

  • Successfully trained 1,300 women in various skill-based trades.
  • Secured placements for over 500 graduates.
  • Supported 300 graduates in starting their own businesses.
  • Obtained Skill India affiliation for the computer training course.

Overall Impact:

Project Unnati has played a vital role in empowering women through skill development, leading to increased employment opportunities, self-reliance, and improved livelihoods.

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