Employability

Our Approach

We aim to develop fundamental competencies in the youth for entry-level jobs, with a promise of career growth - Self-Awareness, Organising skills, Communication skills, Inter-Personal Skills, Basic IT and Spoken English. The program is focused towards the youth who have completed their education at least till 8th Standard with a willingness and need to get employed within next three to six months. Personal interest, Aptitude and Career Progression opportunities in a particular role and industry are taken into consideration while facilitating placements for participants. The placed youth are also provided with need-based post-placement support so that they begin their career journey on a healthy note.

Kanak Singh

kanak@agrasar.com

Female students in our Employability program face double challenge - one that of finding aspirational jobs and other to convince their family members to "allow" them to go out and work. Over a period of last one year in Agrasar I have seen many of them being able to deal with this challenge and do well. However, I am in a dilemma whether to consider 70% Placement ratio of girls (as against 90% of boys) as satisfactory? I am sure the team is putting their best efforts. But, we need your support to do even better.
~ Kanak (Program Lead)

Our Impact

How We Do It

Participants every year

Participants every year

Children
5 to 12 years.

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Children
5 to 12 years.

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Children
5 to 12 years in each of the

Children
5 to 12 years.

Richa Sharma

richa@agrasar.org

One of the key components of our training program is exposure visits to organizations to help the participants understand the nuances of working environment. During these visits the participants experience the business processes, interact with team members, learn about job roles and the skills required to grow within the organization. It also helps the participants to relate better with the classroom sessions and develop relevant skills. While we organize the visits at periodic intervals, we would like to increase the frequency of these visits to enhance the participants' learning.

Our Participant

Tulsi

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Pratima

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Amit Kumar Singh

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