Bala Vikasa Conducts Skill Development Training For 10 Rural Poor Youth With The Support Of CLP India
Helping rural poor youth to get better livelihood opportunities, Bala Vikasa conducted skill development training for 10 rural poor youth of Thandur Mandal and their families in Desktop Publishing (DTP) with the support of CLP India. Through the training program, the youth were enabled in Telugu Typing, Basics of Printing, and Microsoft Tools. Computers and Printers were given to the participants to help them with livelihood opportunities.
As part of the training program and to encourage youth in entrepreneurship, Computers and Printers were given to the participants to help them live an independent and decent life.
“With the outbreak of the pandemic I was worried of my future as not many people are hiring new employees. This skill development training program came as a relief to me as I am now confident that I can set up my own business and can hope for a better future,” Ramesh, Thandur