Livelihood Promotion and Skill Training
Goat development Program: We have purchased the improved breed of goat (Sirohi) from the Bhilwara & made the purchasing process in accordance with veterinary doctor considering the breed pedigree weight, height, strength estimation etc. The cost benefit analysis has been also taken into account before buying & distributed them.
The candidates for these trades are selected on the basis of their innate ability and interest. ADARSH SHIKSHA SAMITI has development techniques for skill development and capacity building till now we have trained about 560 Candidates in accomplishing the objectives of skill development and capacity building. The training modules with access to modern technologies and equipment are provided to each trainee to build up confidence level through following methods of training.
- Hand on experience with modern instruments and technologies.
- Audio visual methods.
- Care training on the basis of individual evaluation.
- Awareness on HIV/AIDS, health, sanitation and hygienic conditions.
- Development of communication skills, EDP, Soft Skills, Marketing skills through entrepreneurship development programmes and personality development.
- Specialized lectures on community development self help groups.
Empowerment of Drop-out youth through Vocational Education Training:
The Aravalli Terrain, where Adarsh Shiksha Samiti works is one of the India’s poorest region. Most youth are particularly vulnerable and rely on low productivity subsistence agriculture or self-employment to sustain themselves and their families. The education is fundamental to all-round human development. Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development.
It is an unique investment for harnessing the country’s demographic dividend. Skill Development and Entrepreneurship development efforts across the country have been highly fragmented so far. Though India enjoys the demographic advantage of having the youngest workforce with an average age of 29 years in comparison with the advanced economies, as opposed to the developed countries, where the percentage of skilled workforce is between 60% and 90% of the total workforce, India records a low 5% of workforce (20-24 years) with formal employability skills.
With the present education and skill levels of those already in the labour force being very low, it would be a major challenge for India to reap its demographic advantage.
So, there is a need for quick reorganization of the skill development ecosystem and the promotion of which is necessary to suit to the needs of the industry to ensure enhancement of life of the population. India would surely rise to be the Human Resource Capital of the world by appropriately skilling its youth bulge and convert its advantage into a dividend.
The Skill development programme by Adarsh Shiksha Samiti help in the advancement of skills that are relevant to the tribal youths of the area and pertains not only to a huge quantitative expansion in skill training for the youth, but also to the much more important task of raising their quality.
With a goal to create opportunities, space and scope for the development of the talents of the Indian youth and to enhance their technical expertise, Adarsh Shiksha Samiti focuses on Youth Skill Development as one of its pillars.
After successfully organized the trainings and building up capacity of beneficiaries under different kind of rural microenterprises Adarsh Shiksha Samiti have distributed tool kits to members. It was just an assistance to engage them in income generating activities. Now all of them are self sustained.
About 560 members have been trained during this year and now they became economically self-sustained to generate the sources of income.
Adarsh Shiksha Samiti‘s observation is not only on a quantitative scale but also based on qualitative performance. It could be possible just due to the comprehensive implementation schedule of organized trainings and capacity building program.