IGCSM INDO-JAPAN TITP
Congratulations
New Delhi Institute of Management
in partnership with
Indira Gandhi Computer Shaksharta Mission
for being empanelled as
Sending Organisation
for
Indo-Japan Technical Intern Training Programme
Felicitated by
Shri Dharmendra Pradhan
Hon'ble Minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas
and
Skill Development & Entrepreneurship,
Government of India

28th March, 2018
New Delhi
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Basic Computer Education To

20,000 Children In 15 States

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DDU-GKY

Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gramin Kaushal Yojna

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Special focus on empowering girls

60% of beneficiary base is adolescent girls and young women
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TITP

First Batch

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Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission

UPSDM Rojgar Mela

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About Us

Vision & Objectives

Vision

To be able to create the necessary awareness, for the need and importance of education and computer literacy of children and youth, for poverty alleviation and nation building. Providing and facilitating this education and ensuring its maximum reach and penetration in the economically and socially backward sections with a special focus on empowerment of women.

Objectives


1. Contributing towards the Indian government's "Mission IT for all" and providing avenue for children, youth and adults in computer literacy and education. And towards this end

  • providing a conducive and creative environment for children from less privileged backgrounds and design initiatives that can develop their physical, mental and intellectual growth and progress of children, thereby engaging in nation building
  • promoting the importance and relevance of computer literacy and IT education among women and youth and providing avenues for education and training.
  • remedial education classes for school children, especially on IT related subjects.
  • providing financial and other assistance to the orphaned, helpless, poor and deserving students without any discrimination of caste and creed, thus freeing them from shackles of child labour and discrimination.

2. Enabling and empowering the marginalised youth through market oriented skill training. And undertaking the following steps in that direction

  • designing and running skill development centres for youth offering training in modern trade oriented course such as IT, retail, banking, media etc.
  • establishing linkages with various stakeholders to grow and extend this initiative to maximum beneficiaries

3. Poverty alleviation & Empowering young women and adolescent girls by

  • promoting and setting up of Self- help groups thus encouraging saving habits, and financial independence among women.
  • providing avenues for literacy and education for women.
  • training women in market oriented trades that can generate self-employment and wage employment opportunity.
  • making available to people the benefits of the various schemes such as “Sarkari bhagidari” scheme that are run by the government.
  • assisting the youth in availing employability schemes.
  • participating in various schemes towards uplifting socially and economically backward sections of the society.
  • promoting and enabling equal opportunity for those who are differently abled.

4. Good health is a pre requisite for any development. It is a need for everyone and maximizing its reach is a requirement. Following are some steps towards that end

  • providing safe water and sanitation to the needy , thereby reducing incidence of disease among population.
  • organizing medical camps for family health and awareness.
  • creating awareness for protection against life threatening diseases
  • assistance during natural calamities to reduce incidence of epidemics

In a glimpse





Success Stories

  • One will normally find a serious look on Tanus face. But she has the most beautiful smile. And the best part is, her eyes smile at you too.

  • Ashish works as a computer operator in the Indian Army. He loves his job there and loves the whole atmosphere of extreme discipline, the most.

  • Amit works at an IGCSM training centre in New Delhi. He is a confident 20 years old, who shares the financial responsibility of their household,.

  • Preranas life was as ordinary as it could have been for a girl in her town. She went to school. Finished her 12th grade.

  • Though born to a farmers family, Rudra never wanted to be a farmer himself. His family and friends used to laugh at him back then.

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