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YUVA PARIVARTAN A project of Kherwadi Social Welfare Association Kherwadi, Bandra (E) Mumbai

Progress Report November 2010 TO May 2011

Supported by: Sir Dorabji Tata Trust

Period of Report:JUNE-2010 TO OCT-2011 1. Summary


The project is implemented in the semi-urban and rural area of Bhiwandi Taluka, Thane District in the state of Maharashtra. The semi-urban part has more than 75 per cent Muslim population. The area is communally sensitive. It has a lot of small and medium sized industries. Bhiwandi used to specialize in power-loom industry, and was known for its textile production. However, with mechanization of industry, many of the units have closed down, with a diversion to other units like Iron Cos & Chemical Cos. The rural area needs a different approach, also promoting modern and ecosensitive methods of agriculture and other relevant vocations. The findings of needs assessment reveal that in Bhiwandi multireligiousK communities are present. Hindus & Muslims are predominant as compared to other religious communities. Majority of residents in Bhiwandi have poor economic condition. Majority of the families surveyed had no income. Most of the residents had income below poverty line .School Dropout ratio is very high. A higher percentage of those interviewed have given feedback that because of poor economical condition they are not able given their children further education. A high percentage of people are illiterate in these communities and are working in private sector as unskilled labourers. There are very few vocational training institutes located in the communities. Huge MIDC area is present, & different types of companies are present.

During the period of report November 10 to June 11, most of the planned activities took off, with completion of training of 587 boys and girls in Tailoring & Cutting, Beautician, AC/ Ref, Wireman, Basic Computer and English Speaking, Mobile Repairing, Fashion Design, Masonry, Advance Beautician, Nursery vocations in two centre of hanuman Mandir & gayatri nagar, Shelar (Tie up with NGO SAI VAJRAI SEVA MANDAL) & Anagaon (Community Centre). The promotion and publicity was done with the help of rallies, community meetings, road shows, school visits, and interaction with local NGOs. The success has been fairly good. Apart from training, all students are given training in basic computer skills, English speaking and life skills. Initiation of drop-in centre and YP Club activities also start at community. Placement of students is seen as a major challenge and it was decided to involve all the project team members in this component. There was a campaign to intensify this work and a very high number of during period of report passed out 551 & placed 281 student placements were achieved

due to this. The team members expressed that they were successful in placements due to the campaign. Revenue generation through placement is also seen as a challenge. Community participation was attempted during the period and more activities are planned in the next quarter to strengthen this process. There are about 70 SHGs in the area, and opportunity to get them involved is tremendous. In the next phase, events are being planned to achieve this. We seek SDTTs help in networking with like minded NGOs/SHGs in the area. There is a project team in place with 15 members. They met regularly on a weekly basis and monthly meetings were also organized for regular review and planning. Capacity building on orientation to activities and strategies, training on placement and exposure visit to an existing project which is doing well, were organized. There was negligible staff turnover as only 3 staff left us during the period. Overall, the project has progresses well despite initial hurdles of girls not attending due to resistance from families which have been overcome by constantly engaging the community. The team members worked very hard to achieve the targets. Areas like quality education, placement of students, community participation have more scope to be strengthened during the consolidation phase. Processes of quality assurance and participatory monitoring and evaluation were firmed up to make the project implementation more effective.

2. Background of the Project


The Yuva Parivartan (YP) Movement was initiated in 1998 and formally launched by former President, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, in 2003 with a view to reach out to the out of school youth in the city of Mumbai. The aim of the YP programme is to increase the employability of school dropouts by imparting training in vocational and other skills, and assist them in finding employment / self employment to become earning and productive members of society. It also seeks to empower these youth by way of promoting leadership and active participation in social initiatives. Over the last ten years Yuva Parivartan has set up 30 outreach centres in Mumbai, Thane, Raigad, Pune, Nashik, and Bangalore & 5 Jail centers that offer vocational training programmes to the less educated youth in the age group of 16-25. Five out of these centres are located in jails providing vocational skills training to youth convicts between the age of 16 and 25 to inspire and motivate them to lead normal lives of dignity and self respect. Vocational training along with life skills, counselling and motivational talks by experts helps the youth bring meaning in their lives once they are released. The youth enrolling at the centres can choose any course from a basket of over 15 vocational courses, each of 3-6 months of duration. After the completion of the course, students are assisted for job placement or encouraged to start self employment. The centres train over 8,000 students per annum out of which over 60 per cent have been placed with reputed organizations and are self employed. Overwhelming percentage of the students have been women. Industry Partnership in running the centres has been an effective strategy, not only to facilitate the placement process but also in designing of the course content and giving hands-on training to the trainees. This project is the outcome of a detailed Impact Assessment and Institutional Evaluation Process that was initiated in 2007. The review team made several suggestions. The report was also shared with the team members internally and a formal presentation was made to Sir Dorabji Tata Trust in March 2008.

A proposal detailing the processes at the select three centres was submitted to the trust for consideration in October 2008. After a number of deliberations with SDTT, it was decided that instead of three centres, a peri-urban centre addressing employment/ Vocational Training needs of the migrant youth population could be considered for developing a pilot project to implement the consolidation process. This centre could be a model for addressing the special needs of the migrant population. Among the peri-urban centres of KSWA, Bhiwandi Outreach Centre and its extension centre was selected to be developed as a model on the basis of pre-determined criteria which included space availability for expansion, scope for introducing new courses especially for rural areas, staff enthusiasm, and the need and the response of the local population. One of the major criteria also was to select a centre addressing minority migrant population. The project which began its functioning from June 2009, has been taken up in collaboration with Shri. G. G. Dandekar Pratisthan which has offered its premises and infrastructure. Vocational training & placement of less educated deprived youth and school dropouts in the Rural & Slum Areas of Bhiwandi have been taken up. Areas including Navi Vasti, Gayatri Nagar, Rameswar Talav, Chayhan Colony, Ajmerner, Edgaha Road, Nagoan Talav, Balaji nagar, Kasai Wada, Ansar Nagar, Aasbibi, Ajami nagar, Pipe line, Temghar, Bhawani Lane, Phule Nagar, Dhamankar Naka, Angaon, Shelar, Vanja Patti, Pilanze, Lamaz, Raoji Nagar, Ranjnoli, Saravali, Sakhroli, Nadi Naka, Kamat Ghar, Varahal Devi, Juni ST, ST Depo, Padma Nagar, Anand Dighe Chowk, Gove Gaon, Mandai, Bhadwad, Pimpal Ghar, Nehru Nagar, Narpoli, Mansovovar, Feni Pada, Sonar Pada, Dubhad, Kharbhav, Chilcholi, Ashok Nagar, Vandane, Ghorsai, Depoli, Sonale, have been taken up. The total population of the slums covered is 80000 approx. The population includes people from different states of India like Bihar, UP, MP, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu & west Bengal and Maharashtra itself. The population consists of Muslims, Hindus and Christians. The project is being implemented mainly in 4 centres:

1. Hanuman Mandir which houses more than 75% families, who are predominantly Muslim
2. Gayatri Nagar which has mixed population of Muslims, Hindus, neo-Buddhists and Christians 3. Shelar Hindu which includes population involved in agriculture. 4. Angaon Hindu which includes population involved in agriculture 5. Bhiwandi rural, which includes population involved in agriculture.

6. Work with self-help group in Bhiwandi area


The objectives of the project are:

1. To provide quality vocational training and placement of less educated and drop out youth in the area covered
2. To provide a platform for youth to contribute to their own development and at the policy level by creating a youth movement.

3. To promote community integration and ownership, 4

4. To develop organisational systems, procedures and policies for maintaining quality by strengthening the documentation and MIS, building capacity of the staff as partners to YP, capable of self-sustaining the centre. 5. Collaboration with the government and other like minded NGOs to offer integrated development services to the youth groups. For sustainability of the Bhiwandi centre and the other activities of the organisation YP has also started two new initiatives aiming at revenue generation, namely, the Yuva Parivartan Placement and Training Agency and Entrepreneurship Development Institute (YPIED). Both these initiatives plan to raise revenue to cover almost 90 % of the project costs after the third year of its introduction.

3. Program Details: This section includes the activities of Bhiwandi ORC Bhiwandi & Gayatri Nagar ORC:

Summary of other programmes Hanuman Mandir


Activity Community Meetings Date /Month Total 7 Community Meeting, 1) 23/03/11 2) 30/3/11 3) 30/3/11 4) 6/5/11 5) 16/5/11 6) 18/5/11 7) 25/5/11 Road show-3 1)29/4/2011 2)7/5/2011 3)14/4/2011 Venue 1)Navivasti. 2)Sakharoli 3)Padma Nagar 4)Neharu Nagar 5)Phule Nagar 6) Asbibi 7)Govegaon Different areas in Bhiwandi 1)Asbibi, 2)Temghar, 3)Navi Vasti Participants An average of 3040 people from the community Per Meeeting Major Highlights Orientation to YP as well as Demo Boys course on AC/ref, Wireman Etc. & Starting new Community Center on Beautician, Tailoring & English Speaking. Starting New Community Center at Gove Gaon, Bhiwandi for Starting New Community Center with the Help of SHG.

Road shows

40 To 45 Helped to spread awareness about Residental & YP, & Courses came &Inquired other person participate pre show

Free Seminar & Demonstration

10/12/10

Rally

Total -3 1) 4/4/2011 2) 14//4/2011 3) 18/4/2011

School visit

School visits 3
1)13/3/2011 2)26/3/2011 3),2/4/2011

Parents Meeting

1 parent meeting in HM 1) 19/12/2011

HM ORC, Students, Ex Bhiwandi student and community members & Ongoing Students Different areas Community in 1)Dhamankar people & 2)Naka Students & EX3)Navi Vasti Students. Dandekar, Permission for School no 73 DEMO, Rally. Urdu School, Padmashree School & Collages. Hanuman Average Mandir. attendance of 35 to 40 parents

Information about Courses.

Promotion of YP activities & Course Awarness Orientation to YP activities and Collection of lists of school drop outs & Rally

Information on YP activities, encouraging parents involvement, Checking the irregularity of attendance of Students.

Community Event

1 Community Event 1) 8/6/2011

Gove Gaon

Average 19 to 25 Awareness about courses & New Womens. Community centre at gove Gaon.

Students Meeting

Council 2Studen counceling Meeting

1) 12/11/2011 2) 16/11/2011
48 Guest lecture 5 in March, 27 in April, 16 in May)

Guest lecturers

Hanuman 9 Council Mandir and Members from Gayatri Nagar Hanuman mandir &6 from Gayatri Nagar Hanuman an average of 15 Mandir to 20 students of Per Batch.

Participation in implementation of YP programmes

Introduction to new technique industries & Extra Knowedge.

in

Exposure students

visit

for 36 Exposure visit 1 in March, 26 in April, 9 in May.

Shops industrial.

and an average of 15 Raising confidence level of students to 20 students and awareness about market situation Per Batch. Marketing Knowledge.

Staff training

4 Staff training, 1)11/11/2010 2)26/11/2010 3)22/1/2011 4)6/5/11

H M mandir All Staff Gayatrinagar , Thane.

Capacity building of staff

Community 4 Community programme programme 1) 23/4/2011, (cultural activity 2) 30/3/2011, ,SHGs ,YP Club etc) 3) 30/4/2011 4) 6/5/2011

Navi Vasti, 25 to 30 Students Awareness about YP Club Program Sakhroli,Padma for Per Meeting. and Courses. Nagar, Phule Nagar, Asbibi.

Leadership Training Program for YP club 18/5/2011 Pilanze 12YP member club capacity building of YP Club members through leadership training

Community Participation

2 Community participation 1) 9/11/10 2) 28/11/10

1) Angoa 2)bhiwandi

37 YP club Capacity building of member from members through Angaon & 48 participation. From Bhivandi

YP Club community

Summary of other programmes Gayatri Nagar:


Activity Date /Month 2 Community Meeting 1) 31/1/11 2) 15/2/11 Community Meetings Venue Participants Major Highlights

Different areas in 30 members were Promotion of YP activities 1) Gayatri Nagar participated from 2) Awachitpada GY & 29 From Awachitapadw Mobilisation of students by creating awareness of our courses Ram Bhiwandi. Nagar, 23 members were Mobilization of students by participated creating awareness of our courses & Advance Course. Mobilization of students creating awareness of Program Activity. by YP

1 Road show 1) 22/3/11 Road Shows 2 Rally 1)4/4/2011 2)31/5/11 Parents Meeting 2 1)19/6/2010, 2) 27/10/2010 of 33 Exposure visits 1) 20 in Apl 10 2) 13 in May 10

Rallies

Areain Dhamankar 1)15 Students. Naka & Padma 2) 26 Student Nagar. Gayatri ORC

Parents Meetings Exposure students visit

Nagar 26 to 30 Members Awareness of Progress of there in Per Meeting. Pupils

Shops & Classses An average of 8 to Giving exposure to the students Institutes. 10 Students in a on the workings of market place Batch. in which they will be working in

future. All detail dates in muster at ORC Guest lecturers 36 Guest Lecture 1) 3 in Feb 2) 11 in mar. 3) 22 in May All detail dates in muster at ORC Staff training 7 Staff meeting One In H M month Gayatri nagar Every month of date 26 All detail dates in muster at ORC Community Event & 3 Community event. Cultural Day. 1) 16/11/10 2) 22/2/11 3) 13/4/11 1) Nuri Nagar, 2) Shanti Nagar 3) Ashok Nagar All Staff Capacity building of staff (Previous week feedback& next week future plane) Instructor sharing about problems & achievements. Gayatri Nagar An average of 10 Introduction to new techniques in to 12 student industries

27 to 35 Capacity building of YP Club Community members through community Members for Per participation. Program.

Road Show at Asbibi, Bhiwandi

Annual YP Club Meeting at Pilanze.

Staff Exposure Visit (Prem Kiran NGO)

Students Exposure Visit

Guest Lecture for Students

Community Meeting

Efforts made towards identification and promotion of youth activities:


In Hanuman Mandir we conducted 2 rally, 3 road shows, and 5 meetings with community, 1 parents meetings & one Alumni Program at Bhiwandi 29 persons Alumni for Program, Leadership training, community participation, Motivation talk, and Field Work in the Area. Annual YP club Meeting conducted at Pilanze.

In Gayatri Nagar, we conducted 2 rallies, 1 road show, 12 Staff meetings & 7 staff training. We Organised Cultural & Sports Day at Gayatri Nagar was participated in this Program. We conducted Alumni for Program at Bhiwandi ORC for helping for mobilization and starting new Community Centre. We started Free Agro Course at Community in Anagaon Bhiwandi.

Staff & Students Picnik held at Gayatri Nagar ORC at Haji Malang Sudents & Staff Participated in Program.

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Sr . N o 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Course Name Basic English Basic Comp AC-Ref Mob repairing Beautician Tailoring Fashion Design Multi skills

PLACEMENT RECORD FOR STUDENT IN GAYATRI NAGAR & HANUMAN MANDIR Total place Enrol March 11 ment ment November December To from s 10 10 Jan 11 Feb 11 May 2011 1 Nov From 10 Nov1 31 0 to B May till * E** P** B E P B E P B E P B E P 10 date 4 5 1 2 4 4 2 0 44 55 15 17 54 46 36 0 5 4 0 0 10 15 6 0 4 6 1 2 4 6 1 0 44 73 15 17 54 78 14 0 2 6 0 0 10 5 0 0 5 4 1 2 3 6 2 0 36 42 15 17 45 78 23 0 3 11 12 2 3 10 0 0 5 4 1 1 3 6 2 0 39 49 12 08 45 78 26 0 5 9 6 6 7 10 0 0 2 3 1 1 4 6 2 0 24 36 11 0 54 98 26 0 20 25 0 10 29 21 14 0 35 55 18 18 59 61 20 0 110 128 27 25 108 98 62 0

Studen ts Passed out from Nov 10 May11 108 125 22 16 98 98 60 0

Curre nt Batch es Runni ng 2 2 0 0 2 4 2 0

Curren t Stude nts Enrolle d 18 20 0 0 25 45 19 0

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Nursery Total

0 2 2

0 267

0 40

02 26

29 32 4

0 23

0 2 2 5

29 28 5

0 41

2 2 4

29 28 6

5 48

2 21

29 27 8

10 12 9

15 281

29 587

24 551

0 12

0 127

B* = Batches Running in the month E** = Total Students Enrolled ongoing in the month P*** = Total Students placed in the course this month

Placement for period Nov 10 to June 11 = (281 placed, out of 551 passed ) The placement includes self employment.

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Tasks Purpose: To provide underprivileged school dropouts with skills to enable them to earn a livelihood in order to bring them back into the economic mainstream at the selected two centres. Output 1: Demonstrated, replicable model of manageable vocational training centre in a peri-urban area offering both techno-based and agro-based vocational training courses By the end of 2010:

Major Strategies By the end of 2010:

Risks/Challenges Natural disasters and law and order situations preventing the access of the youth to the centres and staff to the community It may take longer than expected time to realize total Monetary self sustainability Closure of centres for unforeseeable factors like crisis/ accident at the location

Performance Summary By the end of 2010:

Job opportunities created for 800


trained youth from under privileged section at the Bhivandi centre

Job opportunities
created for 800 trained youth from under privileged section at the Bhivandi centre

We created job
Employment for 1258 trained youth from under privileged section at the two Bhivandi centres. By the end of 2010

By the end of 2010 Need assessment survey done at both the centres All the staff in place

Need assessment report Centre reports foe each of the courses QA manuals and M& E manual Students interviews QA reports M & E analysis and feedback report Batch-end database Geographical database

At least 12 regular courses running


Student Mobilisation through at least 12 Community meetings, 6 school visits, 6 road shows, 6 Rallys, 6 parents meeting, 4 community events, 1 medical camp

Industrial Needs Assessment survey will be completed by end 2010 All staff has place 14 regular courses are running Student mobilization through ,7 community meeting, 3 road shows, 03 Rallys, 01 parents meeting, 01 community events,

Improve the quality of classroom training by inviting at least 4 industry persons, 4 exposure visits to the industry and 6 visits for placement every semester for each of the course

Improved the quality of


classroom training by inviting at least 14 industry persons, 11 exposure visits per course to the industry and 28visits for placement every semester for each of the course

Course manuals prepared for at least 10 courses

All course manuals in 13 place


Networking has done with

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Output 3: Welfare and development efforts of under privileged youth leading to leadership development among youth in the community surrounding the two select centres and Increased participation and ownership from the community.

By the end of 2009 One alumni meet of the ex-students Plan and Begin Process of forming students Council at the centres At least one student programme organized by the student council Process and systems for monitoring and evaluation of the ORC by the students and the community youth in place

Report of student council activities for each semester Report of YP club activities Interviews with the council and club members Interviews with the parents and community people to know the impact of the activities undertaken

Crisis conditions aversive to implement planned activities e.g floods, riots etc

One alumni meet of ex-students done.

2 Student councils
formed in 2 centers. One student programmes organized in each center Monthly meeting for monitoring & evaluation done by students * community youth.

At least 3 YP clubs formed in the communities at each of the centres Two leadership camps completed for YP members At least 4 community meetings for YP mobilization

We formed 10 YP
clubs in 2 centers.

4 leadership
camps conducted in 2 center. 6 community meetings in 2 centers

At least 4 motivational talks by eminent speakers and two exposure visits to other youth activities centres or NGO At least two welfare activities undertaken and successfully completed by the students in the community

5 motivational talks by
eminent speakers and two exposure visits to other youth activities centres or NGO

8 welfare activities
undertaken and successfully completed by the students in the community

One annual YP club meet Drop-in centre established and at least 100 community members tart using the centre Anuual YP meeting conducted in Aug 2010. Drop in center established & 112 members enrolled. We collobrated with 6 NGOs working in the field of education,

At least one NGOs providing services related to health, education, recreation and economic development to the students or community youth at each of the centres in collaboration with KSWA

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a) Impact: 1) Project Team is fully aware of the activities& members are using participative approach for all the activities. 2) Motor Mechanical course which was facing hurdles due to non availability of instructor was launched successfully in June 201
3) The promotional activities for the project have gone well. Many people know about the project.

4) Enrolment of the courses has been 587 which is more than our target (500). This means that community has accepted the Project well. 5) As conveyed in our last report, many Muslim girls continue to come regularly to the ORC. The girls attending the courses have motivated
other girls to enrol.

6) As against the expected percentage (60%) of placement we have been able to place almost 73% of our students during the period May 10
to Jun 11 8). We are working towards collaborating our activities with FPAI for Health activities. We have also networked with Samaj Kalyan Nyas , Mahendra Samaj Kalyankari Sanstha . 9) An attempt is being made to form Bhiwandi NGO Forum in month of Nov 10 KSWA ORC is an active member of this network. 10) Govt. funds & schemes have been leveraged for Motor Driving scheme. There has been revenue generation (mainly in kind) through community participation. As well as Govt. funds & schemes have been leveraged for Central labour Board for Self help group on Entrepreneurship program.

7) We have conducted a meeting with Panchayat Samiti for getting funds for urban & rural girls for Vocational Training. They have shown
readiness to help.

8) We have conducted a meeting with Panchayat Samiti for getting funds for urban & rural for starting SHG project. They have already
approve Our DRDA project. 9) There was regular documentation of the activities. 10) Project Management through weekly and monthly meetings was done regularly. 11) Quality Assurance methods and M & E indicators have been formalized and are in place

12) We would be starting Vocational training courses like AC Ref, Wireman, Gardening, Multi Skills, Mobile Repairing, Tailoring, Beautician &
Mehendi & fashion designing at Observation Home for the destitute Youth. We will be training about 66 students both girls & Boys. However, their placement would not be a Challenge.

13) Better rapport with SHGs has been done. 14) We also shared YUVA PARIVARTAN COMMUNITY CENTER at Shelar 7 Angaon village in month of Nov 10 16

b) Challenges faced:
Overall challenges: 1. Documentation and MIS needs are in the process of being more inclusive of process indicators.

2. Detailed Needs assessment Job market survey has taken longer than expected.
3. Process of leveraging Government Schemes is very time consuming. 4. Sustained efforts of revenue generation and community participation are also seen as a challenge. 5. Employers feel that the students wont have etiquettes, honesty, motivation, responsibility and ownership. They need to be motivated to accept our students. 6. Motivating students and convincing parents/guardians towards career orientation and becoming self sufficiency. Peer pressure tries to demotivate the students from going to classes. 7. Industries, because of the bottom line profit making, are not willing to encourage and do hand-holding for the under-privileged youth. 8. Students are not willing to travel long distance to do jobs. 9. Some students want to earn money fast and with minimum effort, which is difficult.

Thus some of the challenges reported during Phase 1 have been overcome. We are trying our best to address the above.

c). Project Outputs and Dissemination


Detailing of the Need Assessment Surveys and Baseline: The Needs assessment survey pertaining to placement of the students has progred. The Questionnaires have been filled in from 750 different industries & the Survey has complited anuals, syllabi of programmes ; We have all the manuals, syllabi of the courses in place.

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d). Capacity Building


Topic Capacity building ( 1 Training) Participants Organised training on Capacity building for Staff and community representatives with 57 participants at Bhiwandi (Hanuman Mandir) (Trainer Mr.Ramesh malvi-Central labour Welfare Dept-mumbai) Staff Training on First training Organised on Placement for Staff on Placement 6/12/10 with 32 participants at Bhiwandi Hanuman ( 3 Training) mandir , Second training Organised on Time Utilisation for Staff on 15/2/11 with 37 participants at Bhiwandi Hanuman mandir, Third training Organised on Life Skills for Staff on 12/6/11 with 14 participants at Bhiwandi Hanuman mandir, , Staff training on Organised training on How to make SHG ? ,Follow-up SHGS ( 1) Training) & relation Build-up with SHGs On 15/1/11 with 15 participants at Bhiwandi Hanuman mandir Highlights Orientation to get clarity about the project and participative and participative exercises on strategies To increase their involvement in placement and do at list 84% placement.

Frequent Turnover of the SHGs members may affect the effectiveness and formation & nurturing of the SHG

Staff training on Fund Organised training regarding MES on Sep 10 for Raise sustainable ORC with 16 participation at Hanuman mandir ORC (Trainer Mr.Prashant shirsath) 100% sustain ORC and deals with CSO as a Partner NGO with help of staff and community member.

The capacity building programme on Fund raising & revenue generation will be conducted during the next reporting period 18

DRDA

Fee Based Vocational Trainings: Sr. 1. 2. Name of Program Advance Beautician Mobile repairing Duration 3 Months 2 Months Fees (Rs.) 1500 15oo No. Cand. 10 10 Total of Amount (Rs.) 15,000 15,000 30,000/-

7. Project Management Section Bhiwandi ORC Organogram

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Raju v wavhule Coordinator]

Ashwini Waghmare ORC Incharge

Sunita Mahajan [Beautician Inst.]

Hirabai Farde [Tailoring

Inst.]

Shama Patil [Fashion Inst.]

Pushpa Patil [English

Spk. Inst.]

Kiran Gaikwad [AC/ Ref. Inst.]

Sachin Pawar [Mobile Rep. Inst]

Ritesh Pashte [Computer Inst.]

Manoj Bansode. [IRDP Assit.]

Mahendra Pawar [Masnory Demo]

Ajay Mandlik [Masonry Eng.]

Gayatri nagar ORC Organogram Raju v wavhule [S.W. Co-ordinator]

Ashok Sabale [English Spk. Inst.]

Archana Nanavare [Beautician Inst.]

Vijay Patel [Computer Inst.]

Tosif Shaikh [Mobile Reap. Inst.]

Meena Mule [Tailoring Inst.]

8 . Overall Assessment of 2nd Year of Project: 20

During this phase of consolidation, most of the activities have been conducted as planned & we are trying our best to meet the challenges faced .Most of the challenges of Advance courses which were mentioned in the earlier report, have been overcome through dedicated efforts put by our Team. 8. Recommendations We are working towards, quality based, context based model for youth training and development, which can be replicated by other organizations also, and more so by the Government.

Outcomes of the Proposed Project:Twelve skills based and 2 rural based courses running at two centers at Bhiwandi:We have started seven skill based courses at Hanuman Tekadi which are Tailoring, Beautician, Electrical Wireman, Basic Computers, Fashion designing, Air Conditioning & /Refrigeration, English Speaking and five courses at Gayatri Nagar extension center which are Tailoring, Beautician, Electrical Wireman , Basic Computers and Air Conditioning & /Refrigeration . Apart from Industrial courses, our centers are situated in the peri urban and rural areas of Bhiwandi and thereby offer opportunities for the youth to take up vocational skills related to agriculture like horticulture, irrigation, animal husbandry, Poultry which are being conducted at our Wada center. We have prepared Manuals of following Agro based Courses 1) Soil Management 2) Horticulture 3) Agro Management, 4) Vegetables Farming 5) Nursery Management 6) Small Scale Industries, 7) Water Management 8) Poultry.
Increased staff and student ownership of the ORC :By conducting various programmes for students & staff we were able to involve them in the activities of the center. We gave them responsibilities to handle & held them accountable for the results. We also tried to solve the problems faced by them on day to day basis. This inculcated a sense of ownership in the students & staff & contributed in enhancing the quality of the programmes conducted for implementing the Project. We conducted following programs for students in order to increase student ownership of ORC: 1) Parents meeting 2) Best student of the month 3) Life Skills 4) Exposure Visit 5) Guest Lecture 6) Alumni Association meeting 7) Certificate Distribution Program 8) Sports day 9) Formed Student Council & conducted monthly meeting. 10) Established Drop in Center for Student 11) Picnic 12) Cultural day program 13) Offered free courses for poor students. We conducted following programs for increasing ownership of staff:

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1) Best staff of the month 2) Weekly meetings 3) Monthly meetings 4) Staff Training programs. 5) Picnic for staff 6) Exposure Visit of staff. 7) Discussed personal problems in staff monthly meeting Increased student and community participation in Managing and Monitoring the centre activities:We involved the students as well as community members in managing & monitoring the following programmes: 1) Training on Leadership of YP club and Community membersWe organized Leadership training for YP club members in Aug 09 and May 10 with 34 and 28 participation at Angoan and Pilanze village. Meeting agenda as above:a) Introduction between each other b) How will work with YP? c) What is Leadership? d) What is difference between community leader and political leader. e) Community Need assessment for find solve community social problem. f) Role of YP in solve community problem. g) Vote of Thanks 2) Community Participation in SHG meeting.We organized meeting for YP club members and SHG in June 10 and May 11 with 21 and 57 participation at Ramnagar and Sakhroli village Meeting agenda As above:a) What is the YP? b) How will you work with YP? c) Role of SHGs. d) Importance of SHGs e) How SHGs can start Small Scale business f) Training on candle,phenyl and Agarbatti making . 3) Field Work in the AreaWe organized Field Work in the Area for YP club members in Aug1o and May 11 with 20 and 26 participants at Navivasti and Pilanze villages. a) One day door to door mobilization of students at Pilanze village

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b) YP club members participated in Road show at Angoan, Kavad and Pilanze villages. c) Spread information of career fair in above villages. d) YP club members participated in Rally in Siddarth Nagar. 4) Community participation in community meeting.We organized SHGs meeting for rural women in Aug 10 and May 11 with 29 and 37 members participation at Angoan and Pilanze villages Following were discussed: a) What is the YP?

b) How will you work with YP? Courses in YP?


c) What is SHG? d) Informed the community the details of our courses. Collaborative work with Community Based Organizations, NGOs and Government:-

We collaborated with NGOs, FPAI, Social Activities Integration, Sahasi, Samaj Kalyan Nyas, Navjivan Lok Vikas Sanstha, and Nirmaraj Sanstha .We got support from Govt. for paying fees of Motor Driving scheme through Motor Driving School. There has been revenue generation (mainly in kind) through community participation. Govt. funds & schemes have been leveraged from Central labour Board for supporting Self help Groups on Entrepreneurship program. We started 3rd center with SHG support in June 10 at padgha village, Bhiwandi. . Family Planning Association of India (Bhiwandi):Family Planning Association of India conducted a General Medical camp for women at Hanuman Tekadi and Gayatri Nagar. A total of 402 women benefited with the camp. The common diseases found among them were. Gyanogical, Sexually Transmitted Infection, Tuberculosis, Skin diseases etc. We provided free medicines to the beneficiaries. Dr. Kulkarni provided information on maturation cycle (MC) in Life skill training programme for girls students.

Navjivan Lok vikas sansth and Nirmaraj Sanstha:With the help of Navjivan Lok vikas sansth and Nirmaraj Sanstha we organized Entrepreneurship 4 day training program for 23 SHGs groups( 140 womens) . They provided training as given below.
a) What is SHG? b) How to open an account?

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c) How to deal with the account d) What is gradation of SHG Groups? e) Use of Micro finance. f) How to get Loan? g) Uses of loan. h) Training on Candle making, Phenyl Making and Agarbatti Making Etc. i) Also provided Training certificate to all the participants

Social Activities Integration:In collaboration with Social Activities Integration, we organized 5 life skills training for students and staff members in the following subjects:a) Confidence building b) Positive thinking c) Motivation d) Problem Solving e) Health & Hygiene f) Grooming and etiquettes.

A total of 233 students attended the program. Sahasi Santha ;Sahasi help in Micro finance for 3 SHGs (76 Womens). Sahasi organized 3 sessions at Hanuman tehari and gayatri nagar on the following topiocs a) How to get micro finance b) How to apply for micro finance? c) Use of micro finance d) Interest on micro finance e) pay back plan of micro finance

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In the first phase we already enrollment 683 as against target of 540 i.e.26.48% more and placed 634 against target of 320 i.e. 98.12% more than target from June 10 to june 11 Course wise / month wise table of total students passed & placed/self employed during the period June 10 to june 11

Sr. No.

Course Name

Passed students from 1 June 09 - 31 may10 110 126 35 43 126 142 21 23 41 10 6

Placement from 1 June 09 - 31 may10 102 118 35 41 121 140 19 21 23 9 5 634

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Basic English Basic Computer AC-Ref Wireman Beautician & Mehendi Tailoring & Cutting Fashion Design Multiskills Motor Driving Tally Montessori

683 Out of 683 passed student 634 placed students (92.82%)

Tables giving the Quantitiwise Target versus performance of the activities as per Budget. Hanuman Mandir ORC Report Month - June 10 to june 11
Activity No of Event per year(target) June 09 to May 10 Performance Remark

Sr. No.

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1:01

Initial Need Survey

Assessment

1:02

1:03

Networking Industries Moblization Awareness Sensitization

with

Local Students Parents

12

217

We conducted a needs assessment survey at Hanuman Tekdi,Bhiwandi operation areas. The first survey was in the community & second survey was given to IMRB for establishing the placement requirement of Industries in Thane District so that courses could be changed to their requirements. We networked with 217 Industries in Gayatri Nagar operation areas

Community Meetings Road Shows Rally Parents Meetings

12 6 6 6

19 7 6 11

We conducted 19 community meeting in rural and slum areas. We conducted 7 road shows for student mobilization We conducted 6 rallies for awareness of VTP & student mobilization. We organized 11 parents meeting for building relation with parents and improve ownership in students. We organized 4 community events for promotion of center and give training on entrepreneurship for eg. Candle Making, phenyl making, Agarbatti making, paper bag making etc. We only organized 1 Medical camp for local community We did 23 school visits for collecting dropout students list and also mobilization for Advance courses. We started 7 courses in Hanuman Tekari center at Bhiwandi. We did 101 exposure visits to Companies to expose the students on the working of Companies. We organized 97 guest lectures to guide students for their Careers & motivate them for placements. We networked with 217 industries for placements.

Community Events Medical Camp School Visit Training Inputs Classroom lectures Technical-Instructors Exposure Visit Guest Lecture Placement -

4 2 6

4 1 23

1:04

8 96 96 216

7 101 97 217

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1:05

Alumni Association Student Council Activities Sports Picnic day/ Cultural day/

We organized 4 Alumni Association meetings.

1:06

250 250 1 Every Month 2

488 0 1 12 2

Annual Event Drop in centre Documentation Monitoring & Evaluation Training & capacity Building of YP Club Members Leadership Community Participation Motivational Talk Exposure Visits Field Work in the Area Annual YP Club Meeting Capacity Building of Staff Training of Staff

We involved 488 students in Sports day/ Cultural day/ Picnic program We could not organise Annual Event due to annual holiday in May. We will be conducting the same in June10/July10. We constructed DIC for local community and our students to utilize Gym, newspapers, books etc Documentation is the ongoing process. We document all data which is done at ORC as well as HO Monitor & evaluation is done at HO as well as ORC

1:07

1:08

1:09

2:00

2 4 4 2 6 1

2 4 5 2 6 0

We organised 2 leadership training for YP club members. We conducted 4 programmes for community participation in Entrepreneurship programs and leadership training programs We invited 5 guest lecturer s to give motivational talks to YP club members. We conducted 2 exposure visits for YP club members. We did 6 field visits in the communities with YP club members for building relationship and mobilisation.of students. We could not organize Annual YP club meeting. The same will be conducted in June10. We conducted 19 trainings for staff on Enrolment, Placement, sustainability, community work, capacity building and MES We conducted 44 weekly meetings with staff regarding weekly review and weekly plan

6:00

12

19

Weekly staff meeting

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44

27

Montly ORC Meeting Exposure Visit Career Fair

12 2 1

12 2 0

We conducted 12 monthly meeting with staff and student council members regarding monthly review and monthly plan We organized 2 exposure of staff visit to Wada We dont take career fair, but participate in Bandra center Career fair in June 11

Sr. No.

1:01

1:02

1:03

Gayatri Nagar ORC Report Month - June 201o to May 2011 No of June 10 to Activity Event per May 11 year Initial Need Assessment 1 1 Survey Networking with Local 12 119 Industries Moblization Students Awareness Parents Sensitization Community Meetings 6 11 Road Shows 4 4 Rally Parents Meetings Community Events Medical Camp School Visit Training Inputs Classroom lectures Technical-Instructors Exposure Visit Guest Lecture 4 6 4 1 6 4 36 72 4 11 4 1 17 4 39 73

Remark We conducted 1 initial needs assessment survey at Gayatri Nagar operation area. We networked with 119 Industries in Gayatrinagar operation area

We conducted 11 community meeting in rural and slum area. We conducted 4 road shows for student mobilisation We conducted 4 rallies for student mobilisation and awareness of VTP We organised 11 parents meeting to build up relation with parents and to develop ownership in students. We organised 4 community events for promotion of centre and to give training on entrepreneurship for eg. Candle Making, Phenyl making, Agarbatti making, paper bag making etc. We organised a Medical camp for the community We visited 17 schools to collect dropout students list and to mobilize for Advance courses. We started 4 courses in Bhiwandi Hanuman Tekari We organized 39 exposure visit for students to get an idea on How to work in company? We organized 73 guest lectures to guide students for their Careers & motivate them for placements.

1:04

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1:05 1:06

2:00

Placement Alumni Association Student Council Activities Sports day/ Cultural day/ Picnic Annual Event Training & capacity Building of YP Club Members Leadership Community Participation Motivational Talk Exposure Visits Field Work in the Area Annual YP Club Meeting

72 2 50 50

202 2 217 0

We did 202 placements in first phase We organised 2 Alumni Association We could involve 217 students in Sports day/ Cultural day/ Picnic program We couldnt organise Annual Event due to annual holiday

2 2 2 1 2 1

2 2 2 0 2 0

We organised 2 leadership training programme for YP club members. We conducted 2 programmes for community participation in Entrepreneurship programs and leadership training programs We invited 1 guest lecturer to give motivational talks to YP club members We organized 2 exposure visits for YP club member We did 2 field visits in the communities with YP club members for building relationship and mobilisation.of students. We couldnt organize Annual YP club meeting

Summary of table:We have completed 97% of the programmes which we committed for Bhiwandi and Gayatri Nagar ORC. We couldnt perform the following program 1) One medical camp in Bhiwandi Hanuman Tekari 2) Annual Event in both center 3) Annual YP Club Meeting in both centre 4) One exposure visit for Staff members 5) Exposure visit for YP club member in both centres 6) We couldnt start Motor mechanical course in Bhiwandi ORC 7) We couldnt start two more center between Bhiwandi Operation areas

Demonstration of a self sustainable model for vocational training:We already completed Advance Tally and Advance Montessori Course at Bhiwandi Hanuman Tekadi as a demonstration of self sustainable model for vocational training. 29

REVENUE GENERATION Revenue Generation through Advance Courses:- 295100/-Rs

Revenue Generation through community contribution in kind in Event:Community Contribution in kind from 1st June 09 to 30 June 11at Hanuman Mandir ORC Community Contribution Sr. Activity in kind from 1st June 10 to Remark No. 30 june 11 We conducted meetings with community. Every 1 Community Meetings 6000/time we get free hall or room for community meeting 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Road Shows Rally Parents Meetings Community Events Medical Camp Exposure Visit Sports day/ Cultural day/ Picnic 6000/3000/3000/4000/1000/4800/6250/We get free sound system thrice from community for road show We get free sound system thrice from community for rally We get free hall or room twice from parents. We get free hall or room thrice from community for community events We get free hall or room once from community for community events Every time we get free guest lecturer in exposure visit We organized picnic for students. Students bear traveling amount 30

9 10

Leadership Field Work in the Area


Collected Total contribution in kind from community

2000/3000/-

We get free hall or room twice from YP club members for Leadership Training YP club members give some lecture in community meeting for student mobilization

1 June 09

st

to 30 June

37050

Community Contribution in kind from 1st June 09 to 30 June at Gayatri nagar ORC
Sr. No. Community Contribution in kind from 1st June 09 to

Activity

Remark

30 June 1 Community Meetings 2500/We conducted meeting in community. Every time we get free hall or room for community meeting We get free sound system once from community for road show

Road Shows

500/-

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3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Rally Parents Meetings Community Events Medical Camp Exposure Visit Sports day/ Cultural day/ Picnic Leadership Field Work in the Area
Collected Total contribution in kind from community

500/500/1500/1000/1500/2500/1000/1000/1st June 09
12500/-

We get free sound system once from community for rally We get free hall or room once from parents. We get free hall or room thrice from community for community events We get free hall or room once from community for community events We got free guest lecture thrice during exposure visit. We organized picnic for students. Students bear traveling amount We get free hall or room twice from YP club members for Leadership Training YP club members give some lecture in community meeting for student mobilization

to 30 June

Major Activities of Yuva Parivartan Institute for Skills Development


MILESTONES: A host of activities were started under the aegis of the YPISD department this year. The milestones achieved were as under: 1. Starting of Academy Programs to run fee based courses. 2. A blend of Vocational Training & Entrepreneurship was seen in MORC Project at Nanded 3. Implementation of the MES program across Maharashtra and in Bangalore. 4. Govt. accreditations from Board of Technical Education, GoM to run Computer Course and from Labour & Employment Ministry as authorized Vocational Training Provider(VTP) under MES 5. Govt. sponsored programs for running employability / self employment based training activities 6. Joined hand with new Corporate partners for sponsorships for running employability training programs 7. Started management consultancy to other NGO for running Livelihood Project
NO. OF STUDENTS

Sr District

Name

of Sponsored by

Batches

No

of 32

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Thane Thane Thane Nanded Other districts

11 Thane

Program Fee Programs IT Trainings Retail Training IT Trainings Academy Courses Fee Courses Retail Training Academy Courses Fee Courses Academy Courses ORCs IT Trainings

Candidates Based Based Fee Based Tata Communications 7 6 12 3 12 4 6 19 85 10 4 168 56 165 345 90 89 35 168 93 843 62 105 2051 Amount (Rs.) 3,10,000.00 6,26,000.00 + Fees 19,34,400.00 17,65,850.00 13,70,000.00 2,70,000.00

sales Dept. of Employment & Self Employment Based Tata Capital Fee based based Fee Based

sales Dept. of Employment & Self Employment Fee based Based MORC Fee Based

through Fee based Based Tata Communications Total

Total Income including Fees: Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6

Name of Activity Fee Based Activities Academy Programs MORC Project (Sponsorships Contribution) Govt. Sponsored Programs Corporate Sponsored Programs Management Consultancy Total Amount (Rs.)

6,276,250.00
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As against projected Total Revenue of 74.30 lakhs for 2009-10,in the Original Proposal for 9 Districts, the same was reduced to 49 lakhs on pro-rata basis after amendment form 9 to 6 Districts.As against 49 lakhs, YPIED generated Rs 62.76 lakhs in 2009-10, an increase of 28% Revenue.

NEW INITIATIVES under YPISD: 1. FEE BASED ACTIVITY : Besides the general Vocational training courses conducted by the ORCs and the MORCs, KSWA for the first time made a shift in the scope of training activities undertaken, by charging fees to those who can afford to pay the same. Thus the Fee based activity was started. As the name suggests, courses spanning a wide cross section of topics were started in ORCs as well as outside to train the general (people who can afford to pay for courses) category of people at a fee. The course was conducted for a fee ranging from Rs. 1000 Rs.5000 and spans a period between 3 days to 45 days depending on the nature of the course undertaken. Courses were conducted on the following topics: EMU farming Saree draping Advance beauty training Digital photo editing Aroma Therapy Paper products A/C, Refrigerator repairing

2. ACADEMY PROGRAM The Courses for which we charge fees are treated as Academy Courses. Academy Courses are the advance version of ORC courses which in turn gives the specialization in some field to the candidates. These courses are increasing the employability opportunities to the candidates. We should target the area / community surrounding our reach area who is having High paying Capacity & to whom we normally do not cater. We have started advance courses in following four academies: a. English Academy b. Computer academy c. Beauty Parlor Academy d. Tailoring & Fashion Designing Academy 3. MORC : MORC is a project which is the unique combination of vocational training plus entrepreneurship. Since there are opportunities in rural and semi-urban areas, we have decided to reach out to the rural areas through Community Based (CBO) and NGO. These CBOs and NGOs will impart vocational skills to the masses by working as our MORC Partners. very limited Organisation

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Nanded District lies in the eastern portion of Marathwada region, which corresponds to Aurangabad Division of Maharashtra was selected as a venue for spearheading a pilot project of starting Mini Out Reach Centres (ORCs). The project was successfully implemented by overcoming the various teething problems that any new venture faces. 108 applications were received for potential partners to set up the Mini ORCs, after a round of extensive advertisement and publicity through newspapers distributed in the area, out of which 31 ORC partners were eventually selected. Since most of the small NGO / CBO are run by individuals, MORC project is assistance to potential entrepreneurs to earn while imparting skills. It is the model for imparting vocational skills through entrepreneurship development in rural and semiurban areas. 4. SPONSORSHIP ACTIVITY : Usually the Government gives the mandate for training to other Government organizations or NGO bodies certified by the Government. For the first time, KSWA was given such recognition to run Govt. sponsored programs, Some of the projects undertaken by KSWA under this category were : i. Directorate of Industries, Govt. of Maharashtra: Training to be imparted under the sponsorship received from Directorate of Industries, for urban poor. 50% of the candidates trained were from the scheduled caste and 50% were from the general category. The training was conducted on the following topics : Aromatherapy 30 students Paper Products 30 students Motor mechanic 30 candidates A/C and refrigerator repair 30 candidates All the courses were conducted in keeping with Government rules and regulations and the candidates were awarded certificates signed jointly by both officials- Government and KSWA. ii. Department of Employment and Self Employment (DESE): This activity was sponsored by the DSES where training was to be imparted in Retail Sales training to 513 candidates all from the SC category. The activity covered 3 districts namely Mumbai city, Mumbai suburbs and Thane. The mandate was to provide training to the students and to assist them for employment in the retail sales industry. Training of these students is over and the placement is underway. Some of the places where the candidates have been placed are Infinity mall, Westside stores. iii. District Rural Development Agency (DRDA), Thana, Government of Maharashtra: (started in April 2010) DRDA asked KSWA to train women & youth in Self Help Groups (SHG) in Wada Block of Thane district. KSWA imparted training in two categories: a) Basic Information on Development to 820 candidates b) In various Skills to 450 candidates. The topic in which skills training was imparted depended on the topic selected by the SHG. Some of the topics that skills were imparted were o o Goat farming Buffalo farming

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Brick (kiln) manufacturing

5. MES Schemes Demand driven short term training courses based on modular employable skills decided in consultation with industry Flexible delivery mechanism (part time, weekends, full time) Different levels of programmes (Foundation level as well as skill up-gradation) to meet demands of various target groups Central Government will facilitate and promote training while Vocational Training Providers (VTP) under the Govt. and private sector will provide training Optimum utilization of existing infrastructure to make training cost effective. Testing of skills of trainees by independent assessing bodies who would not be involved in conduct of the training programme, to ensure that it is done impartially. Testing & certification of prior learning (skills of persons acquired informally) The Short Term courses would be based on Modular Employable Skills (MES).

6. MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY Under the sponsorship through United Ways, KSWA is rendering Management Consultancy to AARAMBH (an NGO from Turbhe, New Mumbai) to run the Livelihood Project in Garment Industry. It includes Training of beneficiaries, arranging initial orders of garment industry, handholding of AARAMBH officials for getting job done from beneficiaries, managing orders, collecting payments from parties / market, distribution of profit among women & accounting & administrative techniques to run project.

Summary of Revenue generation for sustainability of Bhivandi centre Sr. Activity How arrived at Revenu Revenue No. e Generate generat per year ed in Rs. 2 years 1 Placement Agency 120 companies/ 2,40,000 120000 employers @1000 as .00 reg. fee X 2 years

Actual per year

We employed 1258 students out of 1640 passed .We have been able to achieve 77% placement as against target of 60%. However, Companies/ Employers are not willing to pay any charges for employing the students & hence could not generate the Revenue. Head placement Mr. Lobo suddenly expired in Oct10 .We 36

1200 students @1000 12,00,00 600000 placement fee per 0.00 student placed

Entrepreneurship 100 SHG groups 2,00,000 100000 Training and @2000 X 2 years .00 Development

3 4

Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rojgar Yojana Training for Industrial Labourers Maulana Azad Corporation for Minority Groups Events and Donations Other Government Schemes

500 BPL students@Rs. 1700 X2 years 500 workers @Rs.1000 X 2 years 100 students @Rs. 3000 X 2 years 5,00,000.00X 2 Years 3,00,000.00 X 2 years

17,00,00 850000 0.00 10,000,0 500000 0.00 6,00,000 300000 .00 10,00,00 500000 0.00 6,00,000 300000 .00

have a new Head placement from who is trying to generate the revenue. We employed 1258 students out of 1640 passed .We have been able to achieved 77% placement as against target of 60%. The students are from lower economic strata & are not able to pay placement fees. However, we have more than compensated the Revenue from other areas below. As per trade practise, the agents do not charge the employee any fee.We are trying to charge them. Training at Wada for SHG Women 43 SHG Groups (425 women & men) for Skills Development & 65 SHG Groups (630 Women & Men) for Basic SHG Functions. Raised Rs. 8,30,000/Fee Based Programs worth Rs. 9,01,000/Training to 120 youth from Mumbai worth Rs. 3,60,000 Corporate Sponsored Programs worth Rs. 13,70,000/- for 360 candidates Rs203500/Training from Deptt of Employment & Self Employment for 471 Youth worth Rs. 13,10,000/Revenue Generation through 37

Total Revenue generated in 2 years Running costs of the ORC-for 2 years

65,40,00 3270000 0.00 74,68,05 4.00

Motor Driving Government Scheme Rs 1,89,100/Revenue Generation through Government Scheme of Entrepreneurship training for Self Help Group Training Rs80000/5243600

Presently we have eleven staff in Hanuman Mandir ORC & five staff in Gayatri Nagar ORC as mentioned in organogram. Vacancies of project are Motor Mechanic & Agro Instructor. Meeting with staff are conducted on weekly basis for reviewing activities as per the plan as well and planning for the next weeks activities. Apart from this, monthly meetings are also held to review activities of the plan as well as planning for the next months activities. During the Community meetings for the activities conducted too, feedback is taken from them.

6. Overall Assessment
During this phase of consolidation, most of the activities have been conducted as planned & we are trying our best to meet the challenges faced .Most of the challenges revenue generation of Advance courses which were mentioned in the earlier report, have been overcome through dedicated efforts put by our Team.

9. Recommendations
We are working towards, quality based, context based model for youth training and development, which can be replicated by other organizations also, and more so by the Government.

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