India is a country that is characterized by its diversity in demographic, resources, culture, religion, language and all other spheres of society. Where on the one hand this diversity gives the nation its unique identity, on the other hand, it is also the root cause of a vast variety of social issues. It is a country that is developing but with massively underutilized potential and a considerable population that is difficult to provide for. What it needs is a reformation of mindset, a betterment of skills and considerable investment on socio-economic upliftment. Read More »
Indian is a country with budding talent, it is the second most populous country which is known for its hardworking resources, and however what it lacks is inadequate skills. Indian are known for their hardworking capacity and their resourcefulness, what is required to get the best out of manpower is CSR Skill Development Training. Read More »
A broom is merely an object used for cleaning and in Indian context also for beating people in and around neighborhood for unharmful acts. It has been acted as a weapon for Indian women since its inception before the modern-day pepper sprays arrived in market. This insanely stick like tools with fibers usually of materials like hair, corn husks and plastic is seen to degrade the status quo of women and is debatable. This is evident from the fact that women not men are majorly seen doing the cleaning work at home because of the traditional responsibility of work bestowed upon them since ages.
Ever since Mr. Narendra Modi has become the prime minister of India, there has been a greater focus on Swachh Bharat Mission. He along with his cabinet member have allocated a great deal of investment in order to make India clean. It might seem to be a mammoth task but now it seems to be working. It is a fact that cleanliness is next to Godliness therefore it is vital to inculcate good habits about keeping surroundings clean and educate young children ,to keep the surroundings clean. Once they form a habit right from their childhood, it would remain with them till their rest of their life
Another major issue which goes along with Swachh Bharat Mission is Skill development. India is one of those countries which is blessed with one of the maximum manpower, however the sad part is unfortunately very few of that working class possess skills. Because of less of skills, they tend to work very hard, while making use of very little knowledge and equipment, still are not able to get the best out of them. This not only cost more but also does not guarantee 100% efficiency.
Keeping this in mind the www.seed.ind.in is taking several initiative in the field of training young and dynamic resources in the field of Carpentry, Electrical Work, Plumbing and Missionary. They provide many job oriented courses and upon completion also handle out certificates which help them in getting instant jobs. Many have also been able to start their own work and it has been seen that after completing the courses and training they are more confident and the level of services which they offer has also been very competitive. This not only benefits the services provider but also the person who is availing the service.
People who are educated and are aware of the opportunities are more or less aware of the impact of cleanliness and work shoulder to shoulder to enhance their capability as well as keeping the environment clean. Therefore in short skill development and Swachh Bharat Mission go hand in hand.
www.seed.ind.in provides a variety of program and services however Skill development has proved to be very successful and is operating at full capacity. Its aim is to train more and more people who can contribute to the growth of the country and go on to become successful individual in the future.
Convocation Ceremony for Skill Development Batch @ Kohlapur
On 11th April 2017 , Convocation of the second batch of students at the DHFL Skill Development Centre was held at Shahu Samarak Bhavan, Dasara Chowk Kohlapur .
The event was graced by chief guests Ms. Hasina Faras (Mayor of Kohlapur) and Mr Abhijit Magdum (Chairman and MD Bhima Builders) and Mr Sachin Shirgaonkar (MD RB sheller Pvt Ltd.). More than 400 students in batches have completed the Skill Development Course. The Major traits taught were Carpentry, Electrical Work , Plumbing and Missionary.
At the end of the event certificates were handing to the Students by Ms. Hasina Faras (Mayor of Kohlapur) and other Chief Guests as well
Skill Development Convocation Ceremony @ Chandarpur
SEED CSR conducted the Convocation Ceremony for the Skill Development Second Batch at DHFL Skill Development Centre Chandarpur at ND Hotel , Bapat Nagar Chowk, Nagarpur Road , Chandrapur.
Mr. Madhusudan Roongta (President , Chandarpur Industry Association ) was the Chief Guest at the Ceremony. Expressing happiness ahead of the Convocation Day, importance of Skill India was highlighted by Mr. Madhusudan Roongta.
During the event student were awarded with certification for completing their course. With this Major traits taught during the course were mainly Carpentry , Electrical Works , Plumbing and Missionary