Sabke Liye Kaam

By , February 8, 2010 9:27 pm

kaamSabke Liye Kaam   provides gainful employment opportunities for the beneficiaries. Corporate tie ups are made for placement beside promoting self employment.

AROH Foundation has join hands with SMILE Foundation India’s Twin e-Learning Programme [STeP].  The programme aims at preparing urban underprivileged (adolescent youths) with skills in English Proficiency, Basic Computer Education and Soft Skills for enhancing their prospects of employment in fast expanding sectors like retail outlets, hospitality and BPOs sectors of India. The objective behind this programme is to create a pool of employable youth from the underprivileged section through skill enhancement in tandem with market requirements.

The curriculum of the course has been specially designed with industry inputs and their requirements. To bridge the skill divide among the target beneficiaries and industry requirement, the indigenously developed curriculum covers:

  • Basic Computers and BUSY Accounting package
  • Spoken English proficiency
  • Basic Management skills with focus on Retail Sales Management
  • Team work and Leadership Skill Development, Personality Development
  • Career Opportunities Guidance and Counseling
  • Gender Issues
  • Reproductive & Sexual Health, HIV/AIDS

Besides computer training and course lectures, interactive sessions on soft skills and industry knowledge by practicing professionals will be imparted. All students would be undergoing internship training to equip them with practical experience to connect theory to practice.

The Beneficiaries:

Under-privileged Adolescent Youth with a minimum qualification of 12th from recognized Boards/Institutions would be eligible for this course of six months.


A Certificate titled as “Microsoft unlimited potential Programme” of Microsoft Corporation will be issues at the time of completion of the course to each pass-out beneficiaries.

Target Number:

The Twin e-Learning Programme [STeP] in the IT trades will be implemented for 1,000 youth & Women in the age group of 18-30 years with special emphasis on inclusion of SC/ST and OBC population in a year.

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