Vocational and Technical Education, for unemployed rural poor, is the key to income generation and better employment opportunities. Recent experiments in the developing world have proved that employable technical skills have a positive impact on the economic growth rate. Before initiating any Vocational Training Programme, it is imperative that needs of the industrial and agricultural sector be studied in detail and courses pertaining to vocational training be defined in accordance with that, so as to benefit the economy and the individual.
The Holy Help Organization is an innovative initiative of IRM as it imparts market-driven technical skills to the underprivileged rural community and empowers them economically. …
This fast-track employable skills training programme is designed to empower the underprivileged marginalized youth of rural areas:
Keeping in mind the demands of the beneficiaries, IRM’s Business Development Services Team has developed this latest vocational training programme. The nature of programme is comprehensive and focused on productivity. The focus of the programme is on working in a real-world situation, with projects and assignments simulating the workplace atmosphere. The trainees are assessed on day to day basis; their weekly progress is also monitored by the instructors and their learning level is individually evaluated at the end of the training. VTP imparts quality training, counseling to enhance self-confidence as well as post-training in terms of guidance to the trainees in getting gainful employment.