SWABALAMBAN (Supported By Reliance Communications Ltd.)

This project aims to improve the lives of poor women by training them to ensure their employment. It is a Vocational Training Program for the women belonging to the poor families. The proposal will be a vocational Stitching Unit where Adolescent/Community Mothers from the weaker section will basically be provided with training in stitching so later they can form self help groups or get enrolled in advanced course & later become self sufficient through self employment & placements. The training will be based on course approved NCVT, Govt. of India (National Council For Vocational Training) Modular Employable Skills Scheme. The course duration for each course will be for 6 months. Each batch will consist of 10 candidates. •    Started From: May " 2011.  •    Strength:  75 Beneficiaries. •    Skills Provided :
-    Tailoring on Ladies Garment. (Basic & Advanced Course)   •    Placement Status: 42 Students (Completed Both Basic & Advanced Course) out of 75 Students started their own Business & getting consistent orders from the market. •    Success Ratio : 56%. Out of 42 Students, 22 Students left their previous job as a Domestic Worker and completely involved themselves with the Stitching Industry.