What is the Need

In every city of India, Migrants come mainly from Bihar, U.P., Bangladesh, Orissa, Jharkhand, Nagaland, Meghalaya & Nepal. They are mostly very poor & illiterate. They work for the community as – Rickshaw puller, Auto Driver, Cab Driver, Bus Driver, Hawker, Tailor, cobbler, farmer, daily wager, watchman, mechanic, maids and in other services as skill/unskilled workers.
Majorly all of them earn between Rs200-2000 per day. Their work is very taxing and irrespective of their earning they continue to live in shacks. Their objective in life is to make their children literate.
They enroll children to school; the child is promoted to subsequent class ever year. Majorly all these children do not score good marks, with much household pressure and no support from parents the child drops from studies.
These dropout children do not want to pick up the skills of their parents as they are labeled to be literate. Majority of them do not get job as their grooming and etiquettes do not match the industry standards. Many of these children become drug addicts, criminals and unwanted elements in the society. If this is not addressed immediately, it will have an adverse social impact and chances to redress more steeper.
This directly impacts the industry, as unskilled/skilled people are not available. One we are left with high unemployment and on the other hand no people to hire.
In India, school children dropout rate is more than 83%.

We have a single point agenda, to decrease this dropout rate by few percentage points. This is achievable, with your support and with support from others.
If we tweak just a few percentage of dropouts, we will fully be in line with – Twentieth-century economist Arthur Okun who states, that when unemployment falls by 1%, GNP (Gross National Product) increases by 3%.)
Community gets benefitted or otherwise these children are an easy prey for anti social elements. This is a winning combination for our Nation.

Figure primary source: –, 2009-13
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For any growing economy, education & subsequently providing employment is a challenge. Our Government is very serious. Many bold decision and initiative are being taken, but much more is to be done at the ground level.

India is rich in resource. With a population of more 125 crore, we have less than 4 crore of people purchasing online. ( ) . We need to use our strength, our population to the maximum advantage. More than virtual, we need to have more of physical interface. More than e-comm business we need to have more entrepreneurs. We can have more entrepreneurs only if there are fewer dropouts from schools.
We will have fewer dropouts from schools when we have a Counselor at the school level, who can understand the problem child is facing.

Our e2e ( education to employment ) model runs on all of that and more, in the following order:

  • 1. We test & identify the strength area of every child at nascent age.
  • 2. Meeting Principal’s of Government, Rural & Private schools.
  • 3. Collecting data bank of drop out children.
  • 4. Counseling of parents.
  • 5. Connecting with the drop out Child.
  • 6. Identifying weak children in school, who are more likely to drop out from schooling.
  • 7. Provide skill training in his/her strength area, between 14-18 years.
  • 8. Assisting child to select his career from more than 200 jobs option per strong area of that particular child.
  • 9. Giving exposure to children above 14 years in an area where they could excel.
  • 10. Some of the professions identified by us- Click hereSubsequently to assist the child in getting a job/service/business option.
    We work on single philoshopy:
    Education is only a boon if backed by employment.