Training of BPL Candidates under DAY-NULM


From 25th September 2019, Sri Sarada Math Rasik Bhita has started Computer and Spoken English training for girl students under the Kamarhati Municipality as per the Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana-National Urban Livelihoods Mission (DAY-NULM) of the Govt. of India which strives for free skill training of the financially challenged urban people for market based jobs and self-employment.

Training of BPL Candidates under SUDA

This training, intended to financially uplift below poverty line candidates falls under the Swarna Jayanti Sahari Rojgar Yojana (Golden Jubilee Urban Employment Program) approved by the State Urban Development Agency. Under this scheme, candidates from the Howrah and Bally Municipalities received training in Microsoft Office and Internet. Sri Sarada Math Rasik Bhita also provided meals for the candidates and met their travelling expense.

Training of candidates under KUSP

Sri Sarada Math Rasik Bhita participated in the training program undertaken by the Kolkata Urban Society for Poor, in which 30 students from Bally Municipality received training in Financial Accounting and Microsoft Office.

Sarva Shiksha Abhijan & Railway Staff Training Program

Eighty-one school teachers and thirty Eastern Railway women employees received computer training from Sri Sarada Math Rasik Bhita under these two schemes.

Training of Group-D employees of IIT, Kharagpur

Special training in Computers and Spoken English was imparted to twenty five Group D women staff of IIT, Kharagpur, in order to improve their competency and expertise. A second batch of twelve students were trained in Lamination, Book-Binding, Photo-Copying and Silk Screen Printing.

Social Safety Net Program(SSNP)

Sri Sarada Math Rasik Bhita participated in the Social Safety Net Program sponsored by the Government of West Bengal and supported by the Department for International Development, Government of UK. The program aims to help employees of sick industries or their dependents find self-employment by providing them a diverse range of technical training in Computers. Fifty trainees were benefited by the undertaking.