Support poor students get access to IT and vocational training by Udayan Care

Support poor students get access to IT and vocational training


Shalini's journey from an closet artist to becoming a design executive

Shalini lives with her parents and four siblings in Badarpur, South Delhi. Her father works as a painter and mother is a homemaker. With five children to provide for, her father barely managed to make ends meet.

Badarpur is close to the Haryana border. It is a poor urbanized locality and girls in the community face a lot of constraints.

Shalini was a talented artist. Looking at her potential, Shalini's sister managed to convince her parent to enroll Shalini in the Graphic and Print Design Course. This course was being conducted at the Badarpur's Udhayan Care IT center.

Shalini cleared her screening process and joined the course. The course nurtured her talent and gave her the skill required to get better. She worked very hard at her subjects even with lack of resources at home.

Shalini got selected to do an internship in DDB Mudra Group. During the course of this internship she worked closely with their in house creative team. Her seniors were appreciative of her typography work.

This experience added wings to her career. She completed her course with flying colors.

Shalini is at present working with Brightwaay, South Delhi as a Designing Executive. She is working on improving her professional skills in the field of designing. She is now a confident young and independent girl. She also contributes financially to her family.

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About The Program

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Program Description

The programme acts as a platform to bring children, women and youth from economically weaker sections to access IT and vocational training.

Donations to this program covers the cost of Salaries, Travel and conveyance, Administrative expenses.

It empowers them through digital literacy and job-oriented skill training. The program was developed with the core belief that skills improve employability.

The 'Udayan Care Information Technology Programme' planted its roots in 2004, bringing technology closer to underserved communities and using it as a tool to improve their livelihood opportunities. The program operates from 13 centres spread across the 3 states of the NCR region.

The students go through a 3 step selection process which includes an interview, a written test, and a Thematic Aptitude Test (TAT). The program cost depends on the student's financial background. It is completely free for all underprivileged students.

The students get a diploma for the course completed .and these are not affiliated to any institution (3)

The IT centres offer various certificate and diploma courses in basic as well as advanced computer applications, such as

Community Technical Skills Program(CTSP)

Diploma in Graphics & Print Design

Diploma in information technology (DIT)

E-Accounting with Tally ERP.9

Desktop Publishing, Computer Concepts,

Diploma of Computer Application

Advance Diploma of Computer Application.

The centers also offer a Microsoft, Adobe certification, NIELIT (Govt of india) certification and Tally Authorised certificate too.

Emphasis on other aspects of holistic development such as soft skills training, English speaking skills, personality development and offer mentoring is also given to make the students ready for the professional world.

Udayan Care elevates the levels of computer literacy among youngsters, helping them keep up with an increasingly digital world. The programme focuses on disadvantaged sections such as densely populated clusters of slums that lack access to technology.

When you donate to this program you help an poor student become computer literate and increase their livelihood opportunities

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About The NGO

Udayan Care
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Udayan Care

Appalled by the stark reality of 31 million orphans in India and shocked by the condition of institutions housing them, a few like-minded people came together to take serious action. This obsession was the seed which sprouted as Udayan Care - which was registered in 1994, as a Public Charitable Trust.

Dr. Kiran Modi, started Udayan Care and the first Udayan Ghar (Home) for orphaned and abandoned children, in Delhi, with a strong belief that every individual is a catalyst of change. A doctorate from IIT, Delhi, Dr. Modi is a person of varied experience in several fields, including the media and has also been a founding member of several other trusts working for the disadvantaged.

They started with the Udayan Ghar Programme for orphaned and abandoned children. In 2002, they moved towards higher education for girls through the Udayan Shalini Fellowships. In 2004, they started the Udayan Information and Technology Centres to improve employability of underserved communities.

A thorough research on models existing for children in need of care & protection and opportunities for disadvantaged women and youth helped develop innovative models across all initiatives.

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Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

Kiran Modi

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education | children

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Awards And Recognitions

2014: Ranked 223rd best NGOs in the World

2014: Duruva Star Award

2016: 2015 Top - Rated Non Profit

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Renewals FY 19-20

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22 September, 2023

An update on the program you are supporting


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Activities and work undertaken in the last 5-6 months

1410 beneficiaries were supported through this program in Delhi NCR, with more than 50% of the beneficiaries being females, in Delhi NCR

Challenges faced and next steps

In Aug 2022, UCIT conducted a placement drive with the participation of 220 marginalized beneficiaries and 12 employers from different IT background, where UCIT's five computer learning centers and other NGOs graced the event The event resulted in the selection of 158 students with offer letters received on the same day. In this period, we have enrolled more than 48% of girls in all listed IT courses in our Faridabad IT Centre. During the period Jul to Dec 2022, a total of 545 students got placed in relevant jobs with average salary band of Rs. 8000 to Rs. 12000 per month. We are expecting more than 70 to 80 % placement rate with increasing enrollment number with the introduction of new courses in our IT centers. To enable more accessible and by establishing more IT centers which will create a more organised networks of IT centers throughout Delhi NCR and other states in India.

Stories from the ground

Kiran become a responsible girl in an early age as she lost her parents due to sudden demise. She grew up in Transit Camp, a slum area located in south Delhi�s Govindpuri along with 6 more brothers and sisters. After losing their parents all the siblings faced lots of financial crisis. To be a helping hand for her family she decided to do a job but it was not easy to grab one even being a graduate. One of her friends recommend her to join Udayan Care�s south Delhi IT Centre to pursue a computer course called �Diploma in Information Technology (DIT)�, post completion of her training she got a chance to work with �Manya Education Private Limited� (Okhla, Delhi) as a �Front Desk Counsellor� with salary of Rs. 20000 per month which is a really good amount for her at the initial stage of her career.

19 December, 2022

Udayan Care IT Skills & Livelihood Training Programme


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Activities and work undertaken in the last 5-6 months

Udayan Care IT Centre Program spreading their wings through the establishment of new IT Centres on PAN India level during the period of Jan’22 to Jun’22, has setup 4 new IT Centres in Kasna (Greater Noida), Dundahera (Gurugram), Vadodara (Gujarat), Secunderabad (Hyderabad) to provide quality training to underserved community in IT courses. Simultaneous work on their holistic development through workshops, activities, soft skills & personality development classes have been undertaken. Major Events Undertaken:

Women’s day celebration in IT Centres On the special occasion of Women's day, the students of Udayan Care IT Centre programme give a powerful message to the society through varied activities like role play, poster competition, presentation, speech etc. The activities designed were to show respect and support to the women as they face numerous hurdles to mark their identity and earn respect, still they never give up and stood tall and proud, combating all the odds. Our Badarpur, Vinod Nagar & Faridabad centre students performed role play acts to giving powerful messages like:- stop eve teasing, save girl child, girls education etc. same time our other centre students prepared posters with following the theme Break the Bais.

Exposure Visit organized for Graphic & Print Design students In Udayan Care IT Centres we are continuously making efforts to create a new normal environment after the 3rd wave of COVID. After a long stretch we got the opportunity to organize an industry exposure visit for the IT Centre youth. On 24th Feb'22 our Graphic Designing students visited a renowned company called "Wee Print - Digital & Offset Printing Solutions" (Patparganj, East Delhi). Mr. Sidhanshu Dhall (Chairperson) & Mr. Himanshu Dhall (Co-founder) interacted with our students to know about their course followed by the same explained about offset printing, digital printing & laser cutting works and varied but main components which a student needs to learn for working in the booming sector of Graphics & Print Design.

• Areas covered: Delhi NCR, Vadodara, Hyderabad and Number of people impacted- 1361 youth/children. Women • How we impact our beneficiaries: In Udayan Care IT Centre programme we intensely work hard to train underserved community youth in IT courses such as: - Diploma in Information Technology (DIT), Graphic Designing, E-Accounting etc. To make them employable during the training trainees we ensure their holistic development through various activities like : - training in soft skills & English communication, financial literacy, workshop sessions, industry expert session, peer group activities etc. post their training we ensure their placement in relevant fields with good entry level salary.

Challenges faced and next steps

  • In month of Jan to Mar’22 due to 3rd wave of COVID we maintained 50% strength in centre to keep proper social distancing in centre Simultaneously we kept students engaged with online classes like personality development, financial literacy & theoretical classes. During the period of May & Jun’22 we faced difficulties to ensure the placement of students. As their graduation exams are announced by the universities, we are in touch with students once they have completed their exam. We have started scheduling their interviews to increase the number of placements.

• The goal/aim/activity plan for the next 6 months for this program

  • Organize Campus Placement Drive & Grand Alumni Meet
  • Closely working with corporates, institutes and individual volunteer to conduct expert session on specific topics like : resume building, how to access job portals, mock interviews, cyber security, financial literacy etc. to ensure the holistic development of students
  • Organize Typing Speed Competition to motivate youth to make them focused towards the improvement of their typing speed
  • Actively work to engage employers in nearby of IT Centres to ensure the placement of students in relevant jobs with good entry level salary
  • Conduct capacity building sessions for the IT Centre staff

Stories from the ground

Vishal – Student (Noida IT Centre) After my higher secondary, I decided to pursue polytechnic diploma. I was trying to get admission, but due to COVID outbreak admissions got delayed. My father who was suffering with a disease gave his best to support me but his medical condition was going bad to worse day by day. He was unable to work which is why my mother decided to work in an export company as a helper. Same time I also decided to learn short term training course which would help me to get an entry level job. One of my friends connected me with Udayan Care’s Noida IT Centre where I started pursuing "Customer Care Exe" course. While my training was on, I lost my father too. After taking a few days break I resumed my classes, paid all my attention towards learning. As a result I got selected in HRV Investment Solution (Noida) as a Tele Sales Exe with 9000 Rs salary per month.

23 May, 2022

Udayan IT Programme


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Activities and work undertaken in the last 5-6 months

Placement Drives in IT Centres

Since unlock process started, the post 2nd wave of COVID Udayan Cares IT Centre placement team has been constantly working tirelessly to ensure our student's placement in relevant jobs. During the period we have conducted small placement drives session in our IT centres which are located in different cities like Delhi, Noida, Gurugram etc. We called the concerned person from the respective companies like - Konexions Back Office Pvt. Lt,d., Aerial Telecom Solution, Adroit Solutions Pvt Ltd etc. who listed with us to ensure placement of youth, more than 120 youth participated out of this 75 students got selected at the same time and received their job offer letter. From Jul to Dec’21 our 360 students who have completed job-specific IT training courses got placed in relevant jobs with a good entry-level salary.

Major Events Undertaken:

Participation in “Youth Leadership Summit” by GCF India On the glorious occasion of 152th Gandhi Jayanti GCF (Global Challenges Forum), India organized a youth leadership summit on 2H "Hunger to Health" & 2E "Education to Employment" aiming to highlight innovative initiatives and explore optimum means to a roadmap of SDGs in the current age of pandemic.

The students of Udayan Care IT Centre took the ardent initiative to be a part of this event, a theme picked up by us was "Education to Employment" a team comprising of aced students decided to portray a story on one of our beneficiaries named Kavita (Noida IT Centre) through a role-play (theatre). Their hard work & dedication has taken them to earn a rank in the top 6 presentations, being selected for enactment as the final presentation during the event, before the representatives of the UN. This indeed is a matter of pride for our organization and a prodigious experience for our centre’s youth too.

First Impact Volunteering Session by IDFC First Bank Udayan Care is a volunteer driven organization. Every year many corporate employees & university students apply to extend their association with Udayan Care as volunteers. IDFC First Bank celebrated their 1-week volunteer festival called "First Impact Volunteering Festival" from 7th Dec' to 14th Dec'21. During the said period 4 of their employees Mr Nikhil, Ms Puja, Ms Snehal, and Mr Abhilash who have experience in banking, HR, Sales etc. conducted a wonderful session throwing light on specific topics like "Email writing & Etiquettes", "resume writing", "Mock interview round" and educated on "how to create LinkedIn profile" for the Udayan Care IT Center students. 175 youth who pursue job-specific training in IT courses became part of these impressive sessions which were found fruitful and will serve as an aid in their workplace post completion of course training.

Areas covered: Delhi NCR and Number of people impacted- 1166 youth

Impact on our beneficiaries:

In Udayan Care IT Centre programme we intensely work hard to train underserved community youth in IT courses such as:- Diploma in Information Technology (DIT), Graphic Designing, E-Accounting etc. To make them employable during the training trainees we ensure their holistic development through various activities like - training in soft skills & English communication, financial literacy, workshop sessions, industry expert session, peer group activities etc. post their training we ensure their placement in relevant fields with a good entry-level salary.

Challenges faced and next steps

• Challenges faced: During the COVID situation, we faced difficulties to do training of trainees in a manner as we are targeting only underserved community youth they don’t have access of PC/Laptop any other gadget for making practice at their home which they have learnt during the online classes which are taken by our centre staff.

• Covid related hurdles faced by us: During the COVID period placement of students & complete training of trainees as per the stipulated timeline

• We overcome these hurdles through organising multiple training sessions for the staff & trainees to keep them engage with online classes to cover the topics listed in our curriculum, during the unlock process we have given extra time to beneficiaries for doing the practice which they have learnt during online classes. The process was taking time but it helped us to create an impact from the programme.

• The goal/aim/activity plan for the next 6 months for this program?

  • Programme expansion with establishing more IT centres in different locations (states)
  • Affiliation from National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC)
  • Explore more job-specific trades in the field of Telecom, ITes & BFSI which aligned with NSDC QP-NOS
  • Organize capacity building sessions for staff
  • Closely working with corporates to engage their employees as a volunteer with our centre students to mentor them for their career development

Stories from the ground

Alok – student (DIT) Grew up in Nangloi which is a resettlement urban colony where mostly the population are migrants from different districts of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar & Bengal (India). Alok used to go to a government school along with his younger brother. His father is a labourer in a factory and has always encouraged his children to complete their education, however, due to less salary, he was not able to do it adequately. After completing Sr. Secondary education, Alok decided to pursue his graduation through distance learning simultaneous started looking for a job opportunity but without any specific skills this was not possible and he did not want to work in a factory-like his father.

After he completed training in DIT from Udayan Care Nangloi IT Centre with the help of our placement cell, he got the job opportunity in a renowned firm called “Deepali Designs & Exhibit” (West Delhi) with 15000 Rs. Salary per month has tremendously helped his family.

5 October, 2021

Udayan Care Infromation Technology Programme


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Activities and work undertaken in the last 5-6 months

From Jan'21 till Apr'21 our centre worked actively to train the trainees at their respective centre following proper COVID guidelines, released by the government, but in mid-Apr '21 due to a spike in COVID 19 cases sudden lockdown was announced in Delhi NCR. Our Vijay Nagar (Ghaziabad) team worked really hard to ensure the smooth functioning of the project and developed effective strategies to engage students with online training classes and mobilize students in online training courses. During the period of Jan'21 to Jun'21, we have enrolled 48 students in IT courses.During the training of trainees, we always ensure the holistic development of students. Keeping the same in mind we have conducted 7 workshops & activities sessions virtually on specific topics like - Role of Artificial Intelligence, how to improve communication skills, financial literacy etc.

Challenges faced and next steps

2nd wave of COVID 19 became a major challenge to ensure the smooth functioning of our programme, however, our team partook in multiple training sessions to build their capacity to be resilient from the alarming COVID situation. Our team engaged beneficiaries with online training courses even in situations where our students had limited access to practice for their practical sessions. We created repository videos, e-content to trained our trainees as per the curriculum. We actively worked with some well renowned, external agencies like IBM Skills build, CSRBox, NIIT Foundation, and ICICI Foundation to organize varied workshops and sessions for our students to motivate them towards e-learning.

Stories from the ground

Impact story: Sweety, a 19 years old girl, grew up in Vijay Nagar where she was staying along with her parents and 4 siblings. Being the eldest among her siblings, she has a lot of responsibilities towards her family. After completing her intermediate, she started looking for a computer course that would help her grab a job opportunity. One of her friends took her to Udayan Care Computer Learning Centre (Vijay Nagar), where she started learning 4 months Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) course. Her hard work and dedication towards learning made her capable to get a job opportunity in one of the renowned companies called "Aerial Telecom Pvt Ltd, Noida". She is working as a data entry operator with Rs.8000 monthly salary + incentive. She is extremely happy to be independent and serve as a helping hand for her family.

23 March, 2021

Providing Digital Literacy and Vocational Training to underserved youth in Delhi NCR


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During this pandemic, Udayan Care IT Centres cater to underprivileged youth in communities in and around NCR Region. Closed, since the lockdown, we pivoted our professional skilling programmes to focus on employability and soft skills training that could be imparted on Mobile Phones. Less than 2% of these youth have access to computers at home. Even our Udayan Care IT centre staff continued to promote digital modes of training for their ourses, their strong community inroads gave ear to repeated stories of their students whose families had been rendered deeply vulnerable due to the pandemic, lockdown and loss of livelihoods. In July 2020, IT team conducted a survey of 636 families of IT students to assess their economic situation. This survey revealed 72% of families had earning-members working in the private sector, of which 62% of people lost their employment or faced deductions in their monthly salaries. Udayan Care IT team extended financial support to 133 families who were on the weaker side of the survey. Our engagement during covid-19

• Start training of trainees with using digital format (online classes through zoom & meet app)
• Staff engaged to attend capacity building training's which helps them in future to ensure quality in
training of trainees
• Make continue to follow up with beneficiaries to know about their challenges during COVID-19 (related to training, financial support etc.)
• We start giving possible support through Udayan Care “Emergency Response Fund” to those beneficiaries who are facing difficulty to arrange foods as they lost their livelihood during this pandemic.

5 August, 2020

Creating a better livelihood opportunity for under-served youth


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Creating a better livelihood opportunity for under-served youth

Udayan Care IT Centers ensures to provide quality training to youth, teenagers and women for the development of under-served community in Delhi and around the Delhi(NCR). During the period of Jan to Mar'20 we enrolled 468 beneficiaries in different IT courses like: DIT (Diploma In Information Technology), Tally PRO (e-accounting), Graphic Designing, CTSP (Community Technology Skill Programme) etc. Apart from regular training of IT courses we also ensuring holistic development of these students and conducted 27 workshops, activities, exposure visits with the help of external resource persons. 234 students successfully completed their training, and 92 students who completed their training in job specific trades and start working in field of accounting, data operation, designing with good entry level salary.

19 November, 2019

Students displaying their achievements proudly


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Students displaying their achievements proudly

22 July, 2019


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Program Update

Udayan Care IT Centre organized its very first graduation ceremony on January 25th, 2019, where 70 students were awarded certificates and gave encouraging speeches. On the occasion of Lohri , along with 27 alumni , the team conducted a "Donation Day" in order to build an ‘Alumni Network’ and that eventually led 19 students to donate a valuable part of their salary towards the programme . In addition to this, a session on “identifying passion” took place and was conducted by Mr. Mayank Mahar, a career coach, for the beneficiaries in order to motivate them to make their passion a career option.

Story from the field

Roshan, an intelligent boy, coming from a low socio-economic background got the opportunity to enhance his marketable skills by joining Udayan Care Computer Learning Center. Recently, he completed his 3 months of intense training in Tally ERP, as well as received mentoring in developing his soft skills, English speaking skills, personality development at the Center. While training, he came across as an energetic, curious and enthusiastic 19-year-old boy to his faculty members and his peers. Time to time he expressed his desire to help his family with finances.

Earlier he had enrolled himself in a computer learning centre near his house, however, he felt they were not able to provide him with the required knowledge that could help him get employment. After the recommendation of his friend, he decided to join Udayan Care Center which provides professional courses in highly subsidized rates

By the end of his course he received an offer from a reputed company as an MIS Executive with Rs.10,000/- as salary. Today, Roshan is living his dream and feels proud that he is able to contribute financially and support his family with dignity. Coming from a disadvantaged background, he feels lucky to have received a platform to groom himself and receive the guidance to be successful in his life.

What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19?1600
What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date15000
Village/City/State where project is locatedDelhi/NCR
Total Budget for the project for FY18-1913446213
Total Expenses for the project YTD12464000

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