Equipping cohorts to succeed
As the world dramatically transforms, we work across the spectrum in a pursuit to equip cohorts, whether students or working professionals, with the skills, understanding and tools to succeed in this world. Imaginations are soaring and new generations have a different set of opportunities – as well as challenges. Our endeavour through this effort is to bridge gaps in the diverse ecosystem of stakeholders that makes up this new world.
We have worked with partners to support adoption of Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) model. Industrial Training Institutes are postsecondary schools in India constituted under Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Union Government to provide training in various trades. In a rapidly changing world, technical education is witnessing a growth ~ with stakeholders coming together to equip the generation entering the workforce with the right skills to succeed. Our effort has been in contributing to the vision of enhancing technical manpower in appropriate numbers with adequate skills, meeting requirements in industries and service sectors.
Our approach to supporting education initiatives, especially for girls goes beyond getting them into schools. Our focus is towards ensuring that future generations are equipped with the knowledge and skills to navigate a changing world and contribute to their communities. In furtherance of our endeavors to ensure education for all, we support the education of several students in need at the primary level of education. Additionally, we regularly make contributions of books, stationary, toys, clothes and medicines to Palna (an orphanage under the DCCW), Home of the Missionaries of Charity, and several schools in Delhi NCR. Our endeavor is grow these efforts to provide the opportunity for our future generations to compete on a global scale, lifting their households and countries
Organised by the All India Women’s Education Fund (AIWEFA) with support from the Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME), Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) and The North Eastern Council (NEC) - the North East Expo, held in Delhi, brought together stakeholders to discuss the status, including challenges for sectors such as food products, handlooms and handicrafts in the region. The BORBHAG Initiative Society served as a Knowledge Partner for the event to chart a path forward for critical sectors of the region.Learn More
The BORBHAG Initiative Society hosted a webinar on “Equipping students as they enter a New World of Work”, exclusively for the Vedica Scholars Programme for Women. The session saw attendance from 70+ young women during which our Speakers shared their guidance on entering a new world of work.Learn More