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Training & Placement

Major programmes that highlight our contribution to meet the objective and commitments through the various schemes of the Govt for the target population (i.e.) the neglected, deprived and weaker section of the society are as follows:

  • Multiskilling training for sustainable jobs to rural youth
  • Data Entry Operator Programme for socially disadvantaged group (scheduled caste/ schedules tribes).
  • Training and certification in vocational skills
  • Training on Multimedia for disadvantaged group
  • Micro Enterprise Promotion

We are imparting training to more than 500 youths of weaker sections annually. The success of these programs is measured by getting the trainees into self or wage employment; among which the focus lies more on wage employment, which presently averages to 75%. Dhyeyapurti Seva va Swayamrojgar ani Prashikshan Co-Operative Soc. Ltd. organisation with sound position:-

Dhyeyapurti is an organisation with appreciable amount of resources at its command: We implement projects and programs without any external financial help or from external parties or entities. We are running a number of prestigious projects with its own finances. It is to reiterate that, besides financial capability, we have access to resource persons, experts and specialists having varied experience of working on major training projects like: -

1. Data Entry Operations: -
The programme is targeted to youths of rural area with focus on SC & ST candidates who have not pursued education after 10th standard and have remained unemployed. We have devised training program which is being delivered successfully since 2000-01 with an approx inclusion of 35 – 40 % female candidates in each programme. The trainees are selected from poor families in villages. They are provided inputs on computer fundamentals, typing and MS office, training also include modules on English and personality development. The program accomplishments are excellent % of placement ratio.

2. Micro enterprise promotion: -
In order to promote technology-based entrepreneurship, with the help of other industry partners we have initiated micro-enterprise promotion training programmes for unemployed youth. Which we have started from 2009,till now Dheyapurti have conducted more than 5 programmes in Nasik districts.

3. Job- Oriented Training Programs: -
We are imparting Job oriented training programs to the youth which is based on the requirement of service sectors – like Retail Trade, Facility Management, Ware housing Management.These training were successfully carried out with offers for placement of trainees.


Designing of training programmes

  • Demand-led Training; skills taught as determined by existing or recognizable potential opportunities in the market (i.e.) Identification of employment opportunities prior to conducting training was an important step followed in training programmes.

  • Skills to be imparted, pre-focused at wage employment, self-employment, depending on the training programme objectives, because each requires a different approach.

  • Rural skills training for grass root level target group are carried on-site.

  • For those already working, training was focused on skill enhancement (i.e.) up gradation of existing skills, so that they could increase their income.

  • A well-developed networking and association with potential employers as Industries & Enterprises / Associations, etc. who pose their demand for manpower requirement in their specific domain of work.

  • Association with support institutions who provide their infrastructure & expertise for training where we do not have its reach.

Organization and delivery of training –Approach

  • Training programmes are given attention to characteristics of the target group, time & work constraints of the trainees and adapt a client friendly delivery in terms of course duration, location (close proximity to the trainees) and flexi-timing schedule.

  • Awareness raising is one of the primary activities in programmes specifically designed for the grass-root for which aggressive effort are made to introduce the benefits and importance of the schemes and programmes to the target group.

  • Selection of trainees is done by taking into consideration the trainee’s interest for acquiring a particular skill or multi-skilling and the desired future use of the skills; consequences of dropping out of the course in these cases is almost nil.

  • The training content covers just 10 to 25 per cent of the time to theory; focus is on the most effective method of imparting training - the practical hands-on approach. Other methods adopted are, demonstrations, repetition and trial and error, and on-job-training (OJT) for live-environment experience in institutions, enterprises and with private agencies.

  • Training curricula is practical, ideally in local languages and, to the extent possible, suitable for illiterate trainees wherever the literacy level of trainee mattered (ie), included more visual presentations / pictures.

  • To enhance the relevance of skills training programmes, trainees are provided additional inputs on life skills, spoken English & Communication skills.

Gender aspects:

  • Conscious effort to include girls and young women in training programmes, to at least 30%.

  • Support facilities and measures including hostel, transport facilities to encourage participation of this gender, in the training.

  • The pool of women trainers is being increased.

  • Public and private employers are being encouraged to employ increased number of female apprentices.

Post-Training Assistance:

  • Training programmes also includes training counseling that seeks to match the interests of the trainees with the available opportunities.

  • Training programmes that are aimed for wage employment include career counseling and assistance for job placement by us through Institutional networking & NGOs.

A feedback system from the employers of those trainees who have opted for wage-employment mode of earning, while we have a well-designed monitoring system developed to track the progress of the trainee who have opted for self-employment mode of earning;