The Youth of a Nation are the trustees of posterity. – Benjamin Disraeli
We all know that the future of a nation lies in its posterity. ‘Youth’, in India, forms a significant percentage of the overall population. They are the powerhouse of potential that can boost the economy of any country to one of the most powerful ones in the world. However, lack of opportunities and skills are preventing this. A majority of youngsters belong to villages which deprives them from job opportunities. India, being an agricultural economy, leaves the youngsters with no other option than to do farming. The rural youth are an untapped potential that can be utilized for improving the per capita income of households. This can be done only if they engage in different productive activities.
To earn livelihood through other means, the rural youth needs to be skilled and trained in non-traditional skills.
We, at Yuva Parivartan, help not only the rural youth, but also the marginalized youth from lower strata of society. As an NGO, working towards youth empowerment, we conduct vocational training to both men and women so that they can become self-dependant. These courses are conducted through camps held in villages. Yuva Parivartan also encourages and trains school dropouts, who are not educated enough to eke out a living. With the help of vocational training conducted by Yuva Parivartan, such youth are empowered with skills so that they can earn a livelihood and lead a respectable life.
Let us focus constructively on tapping the power of youth for the betterment of the nation.
Yuva Parivartan(YP), one of the leading NGOs of India, has been working hard for the last few years to help the unemployed school dropouts. Yuva Parivartan imparts vocational training to such youth so that they become self-reliant and can earn on their own. YP’s entrepreneurship development program also helps in honing the entrepreneurial skills of school dropouts. This program focuses on the means of earning, how to set up a business, how to procure a loan, and to optimize resources to earn maximum profits.
Yuva Parivartan has also made significant contribution to improve the lives of jail inmates with the belief that everyone deserves a second chance in life. We work hard to rehabilitate inmates so that once they get discharged from prison; they can start a fresh and meaningful life. One such prison rehabilitation program was held at Yerwada Prison, that was aimed to provide skills for self-development. Apart from various skill development courses, they were also given a brief training on English speaking. To encourage them, certificates were distributed to the participants by Mrs. Mrinalini Kher, Honorary Secretary Kherwadi Social Welfare Association along with Senior Jailer.
As one of the India’s leading NGOs, we were invited by Mumbai Police to manage their First Time Offender (FTO) Rehabilitation Project. Under this project, people who commit offence for the first time are sent for rehabilitation. The first time offenders within the age group of 18-25 years are offered counselling and guidance sessions so that they can lead productive lives.
Working for school dropouts, Yuva Parivartan (YP) creates employment opportunities for the students who undertake vocational training at their out reach centers. We are partnered with major corporates in various industries who actively support us.
Now, Yuva Parivartan offers a chance to young individuals with dreams to take the nation forward, an opportunity of contributing to the welfare of the marginalized youth in our society. We are recruiting an enthusiastic workforce and anyone and everyone can come forward to raise funds for a noble cause through Yuva Parivartan’s new YP – RM initiative.
Be a Relationship manager
One hour a day, a good social network and proper communication skills will assure you a job as an YP Relationship Manger. Your earnings will be directly proportional to the amount of funds raised by you. An initial training & marketing support will be provided to all the volunteers who participate in this orbit changing initiative.
Come let’s go forward and lend a hand in improving lives!
You are required to send us a copy of your resume along with a recent passport size photograph and the approximate number of hours you can commit in a week. Mail your details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yuva Parivartan (YP) has succeeded in altering thousands of young lives in a short span. We have imparted vocational training to school dropouts through various projects with the help of which these individuals have become economically and financially independent.
Yuva Parivartan’s projects are based on four pillars, which are, livelihood training, community engagement, placement support and industry partnerships. Livelihood training enables the students to gain expertise in skills like Electrical Wireman, A/C Refrigeration, Motor Mechanic, Motor Driving etc. for boys and courses like Tailoring and Cutting, Beautician, Mehendi etc. for girls. Community engagement aims to address and solve problems faced by the youth jointly with us and local youth leaders by forming clubs.
The most important aspect is the placement of these youth after they are trained. In the new initiative by Yuva Parivartan, vacancies will now be identified within the YP format and students will be assisted through the entire interview and selection process. Identifying self employment opportunities is another aspect that will be stressed upon in this new plan. Apart from this, we will also be tying up with trade agencies and associations for employment opportunities in the unorganized sector as well. YP students will be taken physically to places which are potential employers so that the students get interested and enroll themselves for related courses. And the most important of all is that, YP shall be following up with regular feedbacks from every student post employment and give every kind of support needed to make the student a capable and eligible employee.
For more on this new initiative check out www.yuvaprivartan.org
Yuva Parivartan, the largest NGO in the country has been working hard for the last few years to redirect school dropouts of the country. Yuva Parivartan has been working and will continue to work selflessly in transforming such lives into more meaningful ones.
In India, the joint family system still prevails to a large extent. But often such families have less income as compared to the mouths that have to be fed.
Yuva Parivartan came across Mrs. Sulbha Sahadev Shinde, a resident of Ghatkopar, who has a huge family and her husband was the only earning resource. She had always wanted to help and assist her husband but was unable to do so due to lack of proper guidance.
But this was until she met us. As soon as Sulbha enrolled into our ‘Entrepreneurship Development Programme’, she realized what all she could do and also how to go about them, which included running a business, applying for loans from banks, dealing with customers, etc. She decided to try her luck at selling sarees, which she bought from wholesale markets. Within a short span, she started earning profits and with that she bought more sarees and catered to more customers. She now earns a monthly profit of Rs. 6000 approximately.
Yuva Parivartan apart from developing skills, also gives a boost to the self confidence and self esteem of the students. We have altered many lives and hope to make a difference to many more.
To know all our projects and activities, logon to http://www.yuvaprivartan.org