Udayan Care, Delhi based NGO, launched its 16th IT Centre in Kasna, Greater Noida.
NEW DELHI, Apr 2 (The CONNECT) - Udayan Care, Delhi based NGO launched an IT Centre in Kasna (Greater Noida) to support the underserved youth to become employable. The IT Centre is being supported by Mercer Consulting India & Shikshadaan. The NGO has chosen Kasna area because it is centrally located in Greater Noida surrounded by villages Dandha, Khanpur, Sirsha, Gharbara Lucksar and Chuhtpur.
Reaching out to the youth at the critical age of 18-25 years, Udayan Care aims to build a strong skill training program for these youth so that they are ready to earn a livelihood for themselves and their respective families. The NGO’s initiative has come up as a measure of relief for several youths who were deprived of the resources to access digital literacy, skilled training, and employability.
The centre will provide Basic computer skills to advance job-oriented courses at our center for the youth between the age of 18-25 and place them in relevant entry-level jobs, said Manoj Shrivastava, Asst Director-UCIT Programme, Udayan Care.
Its courses are certified by Microsoft and Tally education Pvt. Ltd. The centre also trains Youth for their holistic development through personality development and soft skills classes, he said.
The centre will charge a nominal fee of Rs. 300 - 500 per month for each course and also provide freeships and discounts based on the financial condition of their families.
Udayan Care already runs 15 centres in Delhi, Noida and Gurugram. In Noida, the NGo runs IT Centres at HCL - Udayan Care Yuvakendra, Sector 57, Udayan Care Computer Learning Centre, Bhangel and Jagshanti - Udayan Care Computer Learning Centre, Gamma 1. Greater Noida.