Sponsor computer training for a poor young woman by Protsahan

Sponsor computer training for a poor young woman


Help young women like Vidhi overcome their circumstances and become computer proficient

Vidhi has completed her 12th from Sarvodaya government school, her father works as a Guard Supervisor. After completing her studies, she wanted to pursue further education but due to financial constraints she decided to support her family. She always had a positive outlook towards life and an urge to provide better education to her younger sister. She enrolled herself in Basic so that she can enhance her skills in computers which automatically laid a path for her to achieve something in life with her by appearing for interviews in companies. You can give with confidence because every program listed is GIVEASSURED.**


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About The Program

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Program Description

Protsahan conducts the Basic Information Technology(IT) course in collaboration with NIIT Foundation at Kamalini Vocational Training Centre for Women.

One unit of donations to this program will cover the cost of the trainer's salary, rent, center maintenance, training materials, certification expenses, utilities, and administrative expenses for one student for a month.

The purpose is to provide students with knowledge and understanding of the curriculum, which is more attuned to meet the industrial and job market needs.

Protsahan conducts a survey to mark out urban villages consisting of a sizeable population below a certain income level. They identify and select underprivileged girls and women who are capable of learning and earning. The beneficiaries identified are further screened by economic status, family income and the number of dependents.

The students undergo 42 sessions of typing to familiarize them with the keyboard and fast typing. The duration of the course is 3 months, and the curriculum involves MS office, typing skills, and Internet usage.

The course starts with an introduction to MS word following which, they are taught Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel. At the end of the term, examinations are held and based on the results the students receive joint certification by Kamalini and NIIT.

In all the training modules, connections to life examples are used to ensure better understanding. The project is executed at various stages with different teams like admissions, training, administration, and accounts.

The senior coordinator looks into the effective functioning of the two training centers by handling the administration and accounts.

The classes are held in batches - 16 batches in a year. Each batch has one trainer who trains 8-10 students.

When you donate to this program, you help women and girls from underprivileged backgrounds access to computer skills that can help them with better employment opportunities.

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About The NGO

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Kamalini Vocational Training Centre is a joint initiative of two non-profit organizations: educational Development Initiatives (a Registered Society) and Protsahan (a Charitable Trust).

Some of the women promoters of educational and Development Initiatives (EDI), after the experience in one of its projects for unprivileged girls, wanted to create an institution especially dedicated to women. Thus, was born Protsahan Charitable Trust.

In 2007 a MoU was signed between EDI & Protsahan through which EDI would provide management guidance, knowledge sharing and human resources (including volunteers) to Protsahan, and Protsahan on its side would bring beneficiaries, run the training activities for underprivileged women and facilitate volunteering programs organized by EDI.

In 2007 Protsahan launched its first Kamalini Vocational Training Centre in the urban village of Shahpur Jat. In 2008, a second centre opened in Kishangarh and in 2010 Protsahan and educational and Development Initiatives signed a MoU to jointly develop a new Kamalini Vocational Training Centre on the Gurgaon-Sohna Road, for which EDI acquired 5 acres of land. The new Kamalini centre operated by EDI opened in 2017. Since 2007, hundreds of women have gained valuable skills to increase their earning power and take better care of their homes and families.

Kamalini has enabled many women to achieve their aspirations of becoming socially and economically independent and above all to realize their inner potential.

Flexibility and care for students' real needs are the main features of their basic and vocational skills education. No formal education is required to attend the private certificated courses. Teachers adapt to the student's capacities and the length of the course is expanded to meet the need. The focus is on "performing" and not on "Knowing". Lecturing is restricted to the minimum and emphasis is given on "hands on training". Individual counselling with an encouraging approach is provided in order to optimize the students' performance. Training is provided to the women in the following areas: cutting and tailoring, machine and embroidery, basic IT, domestic workers programme, spoken English and soft skills.

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Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

Monica Rita de Souza

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Program Updates

Program Updates

7 October, 2021

Sponsor computer training for a poor young woman



In the last 5-6 months we have had 6 batches of computer students out of which 3 batches have completed their course. A total of 32 students enrolled in the course since we opened the centre after the lockdown. The area covered is the urban village of Shahpur Jat. Many of the students who enrolled were school students who decided to learn computers since their schools were shut and the classes were happening online. The computer course helped them to do many of their online projects and to improve their skills to help them in their future studies.

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It was difficult to get beneficiaries after the lockdown but after repeated mobilisations, the students started enrolling. In fact due to the schools being shut many schools going students were able to enrol on the course and take advantage of the free time they had. In the next few months, we plan to incorporate English Speaking classes for these students which will help them in their future job prospects.

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Stories from the ground: We had a student named Guglesh who has a beauty parlour as a family business. They wanted to computerize their business records and billing methods. So she enrolled on the course to equip herself with computers and help her husband. She has completed her and is now helping in the business.

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23 March, 2021

Educating poor young girls on basic computers



During the lockdown we were unable to give computer classes to girls online for the simple reason that they lacked the facility or the skill to attend classes online. Once we reopened our centre in October we invited girls to join our basic computer course. We realised that most of the school- going girls were very interested to learn computers since all their classes have now become online . They realised that they needed to have a good hang of operating computers and softwares like MS Word and Powerpoint. They are also taught how to operate the e-mail and search on the internet for information in order to learn new things. The idea is to accustom them to the use of computers so that in future they are capable of self-learning many technological upgrades. This is very handy for their future education. The teacher also assists them by giving personal advice on how to execute the online projects they receive from school.


5 August, 2020

Life- skill session for computer students



Life- skill session for computer students

We have organised a life skill session for computer students twice a month so that they are more confident and self sustain and to brush their skills and knowledge.
We have also conducted Basic IT exams for the student to check their level of understanding and knowledge and to see what they have learned during the training sessions.
The studentsalso got the opportunity to attend career mela where they gave interviews for various company.