The world is currently facing severe shortage of Skill developed professionals, which is estimated to grow up to 12.9 million by 2035. To address this gap and contribute towards the Central Government’s flagship Skill India Mission, Kadamba has initiated Skill training assistance. It aims at, developing a cadre of skilled human resources in allied sectors through quality trainings and offering sustainable livelihood options to the youth.
To start with, Skill training assistance includes student mobilisation activities in schools and colleges through presentations & posters and in villages & local communities through mobilisation vans, pamphlet distribution, community meetings, etc. The team further works with Village Pradhan, frontline workers to mobilise prospective students. Minimum qualification required for undertaking these courses is higher secondary. Once selected, students are trained in batches of 30 and course duration varies from 3 months to 6 months depending on the training course to the allied sectors.
Kadamba facilitates on-the-job training and placements for successfully assessed students at allied sectors through its sister organisation “KADAMBA FOUNDATION”