SPO India Emerging NGO Award 2017, New Delhi, SPO India Emerging NGO Award 2017, New Delhi,

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BCC Certification Programme By Sh Tapan Kumar Das, Commandant, SSB 46th Bn Malbazar. BCC Certification Programme By Sh Tapan Kumar Das, Commandant, SSB 46th Bn Malbazar.

Orientation Camp At NIPCCD Guwahati Orientation Camp At NIPCCD Guwahati

Under Ministry of Women And Child Development
BCC Certification Programme, June, 2017 BCC Certification Programme, June, 2017

Aaradhya Foundation
Felicitation as SAARC Mission Advisor by Samrasta International Organization, Nepal Felicitation as SAARC Mission Advisor by Samrasta International Organization, Nepal

Aaradhya Foundation
Felicitation as SAARC Mission Advisor by Samrasta International Organization, Nepal Felicitation as SAARC Mission Advisor by Samrasta International Organization, Nepal

Aardhya Foundation
 BCC Certificate Distribution Programme BCC Certificate Distribution Programme

Sensatization Programme on Women Empowerment And Skill Development Sensatization Programme on Women Empowerment And Skill Development

at Maynaguri
Mission and Vision

i. To develop the education for the underprivileged masses of the society, those who are yet to get the benefit of the modern educational development of the world by which the section shall reach in the industry ready human resource world. To establish, manage, maintain and run Educational, vocational and Technical Institutions in urban, rural and backward areas of Jalpaiguri District/ West Bengal, and/ or to provide financial assistance and other facilities to such institutions.
ii. To focus on preparing non- school going children for a formal school education and remedial education in order to bridge the stark gap that exists between the contents of the text books and the limited learning in rural schools to prevent future dropouts (under RTE Act, 2009). To assist government in the optimal use of infrastructure and follow the state sponsored education. It supplements the governmental investment recognizing that primary education is principally the responsibility of the government.
iii. To promote seminars, talks, awareness camps and workshops and to achieve high degree of proficiency in ethnic art and crafts, awareness about human trafficking, legal issues for minorities and women.
iv. To foster a process of ongoing change in favor of the rural poor in a way in which the process can be sustained by them through building and managing appropriate and innovative local level institutions rooted in values of justice, equity and mutual support. To establish, manage maintain and run homes, institutions for the welfare and relief of the poor handicapped, old, orphans, widows etc. for their education / training in household and cottage industries.
v. To promote harmonious understanding and equal respect for all religions, cultures, races and ideologies and for that purposes to arrange cultural exchange programs, seminars, tours etc. and establish, manage maintain and run spiritual co-operative communities and institutes of inter cultural understanding.
vi. To develop micro-finance, micro-insurance, micro-watershed etc. Sustainable practices in order to accelerate the sustainable development process for the rural masses. To make contact and linkages between and among formal and informal institutions that can strengthen the sustainable development process.
vii. To grant scholarships or provide financial aid to poor / meritorious students in the field of education.
viii. To complete, publish and distribute or give, financial aid, in the publication of any literature for the promotion of the above objects.
ix. To open branches where ever considered expedient for the promotion of above objects.
x. To provide economic independence for women so that they can fight for their rights and receive proper education and training to make their life more meaningful.
xi. To promote art and culture, child welfare, disadvantaged communities, education, employment, environment, food and nutrition, health, rural development, training, women's issues, etc.
xii. To promote and revive the traditional ethnic arts and crafts of India.
xiii. To promote a society where women will liberate themselves from subordinate status and determine priorities and make decision and enjoy equal social status in the society free from poverty and all forms of oppression.
xiv. To conduct research studies on the social a economic conditions of people with a view to involving ways and means for their development within their social historical frame works and to seek promotion of rural development such as provision of drinking water rural industrialization as well as Public Convenience for people.
xv. To explore ways for promotion of socioeconomic development in the community.
xvi. To train the downtrodden people in general for human resource development in view of the emerging needs such as database development, resource survey methodologies, computer, environmental, studies, health, education, and energy problems.
xvii. To communicate and coordinate with the Govt. Local and public authorities on various issues related to development welfare and public interest on different subjects.
xviii. To organized and take-up Health, Educational and Welfare programs for needy & poor Women & Children. To promote and protect Indian Traditional music, dance, handicraft, handlooms, Art, modern art & literature.
xix.   To organized vocational training for women and needy people.
xx.    To organized awareness camps, health camps, March, workshops, campaign and exhibition.
xxi.   To promote cottage industries, Khadi, and traditional handicraft.
xxii.  To aware people about their democratic & fundamental rights.
xxiii. To advocate Panchayati Raj system among citizens.


Our Aim & Objectives
Aim: The Scheme aims at enhancing the skilling capacities in ESDM sector through public and private sector for students/unemployed youth belonging to other disciplines by:
> Utilizing the existing human resource who are undergoing studies in schools (IX standard onwards)/ITIs/Polytechnics/UG Colleges (non-engineering) and the school drop outs/unemployed youth by providing them with additional skills that are recognized by industry for employment in ESDM sector.
> Encouraging new investments in training in ESDM sector by industry.
> Facilitating evolving of process/norms for (i) certification of various courses; (ii) providing opportunities for moving up the value chain; and (iii) recognition of institutions for conducting such courses, as per requirement of Industry in the ESDM sector.
> Provide 100 % financial assistance to the economically backward and SC/ST candidates and 75% financial assistance to the general candidates.
> Encouraging  entrepreneurship by providing necessary vocational training to the –
Students studying at -
                                      • IX/X standards onwards
                                      • ITIs
                                      • Polytechnics 
                                      • Under Graduate (Non-Engineering) 
Unemployed youth (indicative list)
                                      • School dropouts from 8th Pass onwards
                                      • ITI Certificate Holders
                                      • Diploma holders
                                      • Graduates(non-engineering)
                                      • Registrants in Employment Exchanges
                                      • Unemployed resources in the Non-formal Sector.