63 %

Indians between 20-24 are unemployed

85%

Graduates in India not employable

$770 Billion

Could be added to GDP, if  women’s labor force participation increase by 10%

COMPLEX PROBLEM isn’t it ?

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Skill Development  Lets Change the world together

The Economic Survey 2019-20, tabled by FM Nirmala Sitharaman said during the period between 2001-2006, labour-intensive exports helped China generate 70 million jobs for workers with primary education whereas in India’s case, a boost in exports helped convert around 8,00,000 jobs from informal to formal between 1999 and 2011. These figures show the stark difference between the two countries and the immediate need for us to correct course.

Hence, we at Plan Care recognize the problem, which is lack of opportunity, not for lack of talent, so we have channelized our efforts through the “Prayaas” Program. Our goal is to provide the youth of India, especially Women, the training that they need to participate in the workforce. Under Prayaas, we are equipping the Indian youth and women to contribute to the Economy and add to the GDP. The Job focussed training we are trying to provide the platform for the under privileged to earn a good living. Our efforts are more focused on giving special attention to women, and to extend our support in every way possible.

Women's Rights

Skill Development

Literacy Rate

Financial Independence

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Skill Development  Lets Change the world together

The Economic Survey 2019-20, tabled by FM Nirmala Sitharaman said during the period between 2001-2006, labour-intensive exports helped China generate 70 million jobs for workers with primary education whereas in India’s case, a boost in exports helped convert around 8,00,000 jobs from informal to formal between 1999 and 2011. These figures show the stark difference between the two countries and the immediate need for us to correct course.

Hence, we at Plan Care recognize the problem, which is lack of opportunity, not for lack of talent, so we have channelized our efforts through the “Prayaas” Program. Our goal is to provide the youth of India, especially Women, the training that they need to participate in the workforce. Under Prayaas, we are equipping the Indian youth and women to contribute to the Economy and add to the GDP. The Job focussed training we are trying to provide the platform for the under privileged to earn a good living. Our efforts are more focused on giving special attention to women, and to extend our support in every way possible.

Scholarship

Community Connect

Communication

Work Ready Curriculum

Women’s Rights

Skill Development

Increased Literacy Rate

Financial Independence

Our Projects  Be a part of our solution

Sewing Training 

Computer Training

English Speaking Program

Inspiring STORIES From Ground

After his mother expired, Pratik had to drop out of school to take care of his younger brothers.

His father is a daily wage earner who works as a rikshaw puller. Pratik’s day would start early as he had to do all the household chores. Pratik was identified during a community mobilization drive by our team. His father was counseled and pratik was enrolled in School along with both of his brothers. He does not have to cook food everyday now as the centre provides them all facility and Pratik can go home and study. Now studying in class 7, Pratik is a bright He works hard and is determined to become a Army Officer someday

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