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Skill Development

The widening differences between the skill-demands of the current job market and the curriculum taught in schools and colleges is a key factor in fuelling underemployment in the country. Only 5 percent of students opt for vocational training ( compared to 50 percent in the other developed countries), and this bias causes an acute lack of skilled workers in India.

Since, skill-building is one of the most important factors that can contribute to employability and increased incomes, the Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation supports NGOs in this field and also promotes models of skill development that adopt a self-sustainability approach.
Financial Industrial Training for Youth from Underprivileged Backgrounds

Chittarranjan Seva Pratisthan

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Vocational Programme for School Dropouts

Kherwadi Social Welfare Association

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Empowering Persons with Special Needs through Skill Development

S.P.J Sadhana School

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Skill Building Programmes for Municipal School Children

Salaam Bombay foundation

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Rehabilitating Children in the Labour Force through Vocational Training Courses

Setu Charitable Trust

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Peer Educators Programme

Victory Arts Foundation

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Building the Capacities of Self Help Groups

Yashaswini Samajik Abhiyan

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