Skills development of youth as per their aptitude and need of the
local industry, and, facilitating meaningful placements.
Currently, Agrasar is running 05 Vocational Training Centres in Gurgaon, Haridwar and Saharanpur.
Facilitating access to basic services that people from marginalised communities are entitled to, as citizens of the country, but, often deprived of.
Agrasar has conducted a one year research in Gurgaon to understand the issues and challenges faced by migrants relating to identity, health, education, access to financial and government services etc.
A need-assessment study, supported by Avantha Foundation, being conducted for setting up a skill development program in Palwal, Haryana.
Agrasar's experiences from the field have been featured in the Cafe Dissensus magazine in the form of three articles
Agrasar orients the students of Gargi College, DU for their Community Outreach program.
Progressing with the community
Skills Development program for Garment manufacturing launched on 01 Sep 2014 in collaboration with Matrix Clothing and Concern India Foundation
Focusing on remedial and supplementary education, in under-served urban communities and ensure that children appreciate the joy of learning.