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Stories of Change

Rekha's Success

A dropout turned into a beautician Rekha , an 18-year teenage girl was a VII class dropout from Dungarpur District village, Rajasthan state. Her father is a rickshaw puller and she being the eldest in the five-member family wasn’t able to continue her education. She used to depend on her husband even for the daily needs of their family. One day, Rekha learned from her friends that our ngo Adarsh Shiksha Samiti was imparting training in beautician course. She joined the course and did all the hard work to emerge first in the batch. After the training, and observing Rekha’s interest, our NGO helped her in getting a loan for establishing her own beauty parlour. She set up a shop in her village and began running the business. In course of time, owing to good orders, Rekha became a stable earning member in her family. Now, she supports her brother and sisters and pays for their education. Rekha’s family is happy to see her as a shop owner.

Rekha's Success

Name: Ms Dimpal Ahir                                                         

Father’s Name: Mr. Lal Chandra

Village: Bhinder, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Ms. Dimpal Ahir is running her beauty parlor. She was a school dropout and studied up to 9th fail . She is single. She has three brother and sister. One day she told to her friend that “I wanted to do something to stand on my feet but unable to identify any way and thought my life would be finished in four walls of my house” .Her friend told to Dimpal when she got the information about the beautician training, which was organized by Adarsh Shiksha Samiti for school dropout youths with the support of FVTRS, Bangalore. She didn’t want to miss that opportunity; she immediately talked in her family about the training and got the permission eventually. The training center was one Km. away from her house but the passion of doing something made her motivated to attend the training regularly. She successfully completed the Three month training program and awarded with certificate in 2019. There was a vacant room available in Dimpal’s house which is at road side corner. She thought to open her beauty parlor in the room but unable to show courage of telling this in her family.  “One day I talked about my idea of opening beauty parlor at home with my family members; but did not get permission; which was very disappointing; I thought my four months training would become waste and didn’t find any solution; but thankfully, by God grace I got the permission after one month due to my continuous effort” said Dimpal. Now Dimpal is running her beauty parlor at her house and developed the room as a Parlour. Where she provides beautician service to the women of area and also added beauty products and artificial jewellery at parlor which enhanced her income when she opened her beauty parlor she earned 2000 to 4000 Rs per month but now she is earning amount 7000 to 9000 rupees per month. “The decision of taking beautician training changed my life, Now she  applied for State open school exam of class 10th passed .It is my biggest achievement; Now I am living my life happily with my family”. Ms Dimpal Ahir      

The Skills moving on progressive way of success

Name: Mrs. Mamta Vaishnav

Husband Name: Mr. Gajendra Das JI                                      

Age: 27Years

Education: 10th

Category:  OBC

Family background:  Poor    

Mrs. Mamta Vaishnav a 27 years old woman. She lives at Yadav Mohalla at Sanwad of Kanor municipality area.  She has been gone through a several hardship in her life. She has big and joint family. Her father felt terminally sick while she was an age of 16 year. So she had to leave her study after class 8th & got married. Her husband is small shop keeper of Manihari & kangan Store. Starting in She would like to go with his husband’s shop and started with help to his husband’s work. It was at this precarious stage that. She came to know about the FVTRS sponsored skill development training at Adarsh Org. and took up a 3 month course in the Bag Making. Together with Training she acquired qualities of discipline, Leadership and other soft skill which became success in her carrier. This enhancement of her skill fetched her rewarding job of Bag Making. Now she has completely established self with her husband’s shop. She provides to bag material and others materials her good services in the market and she has passed 10th class by state open exam 2019. Now Mrs. Mamta is earning an average 5000 to 7000 rupees monthly from selling Bags. She is proud of having been trained in Adarsh Shiksha Samiti which has taught her to stand on his feet. Now Mrs. Mamta Vaishnav has a good entrepreneur in this area.          

My Dream Became True

Name: Mrs. Ayesha Pathan

 Mrs. Father’s Name: Mr. Mohammad Rashid

Age:  32th

Education:  10th

Category:  Minority                

Mrs. Ayesha Pathan is 32th years old woman. Mrs.Pathan belongs to other Minority caste of society in Bhinder municipality area. Her husband works in Kuwait which out of India. Now she is supporting her husband and three children with the income, she earns through the tailoring work. Her earning income is expected to Rs.9000/-per month & she has desire to perform her work effectively through acquired skill during training. She says that being the causes of poverty does not hinder me from being active in entrepreneurship development because it may only means of generating income. It enables me to pay for raw material, school & tuition fees of my children and may livelihood for me. About Adarsh’s training, she says it educated me a number of home based business skill which I did not have before. Mrs. Pathan Says ß I  learned how to plan my enterprise development work and to attract  customers & now  I  can promote my Beautician work at locally because  I  am getting a lot of customer contact & order for work Þ.I have passed 10th class in the training duration and will apply for next exam.

She adding that although in my business there is a lot of completion so I have to give it my best & every dropped out poor women should learn some skills and do their own business in order to be self reliant and live a life of dignity.

I would like to give thanks for the Adarsh training centres & its organizers because it has given a new hope for my life. I was not qualified to get any job but this training has equipped me so well that now I may earn my livelihood.

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