Disabilities create humiliating barriers in people and can submerge their persona. Being a disabled person is difficult in the general definition of society and today’s education system, and is a cause of discrimination in employment.
Access to sustainable job opportunities is one of the best ways to protect the rights of people with disabilities and help them to lead a dignified life.
Specially-Abled Vocational Education (SAVE) is an Anudip initiative that which offers IT-based vocational skills training and corporate job placement service to specially-abled youth and women in rural, semi-urban, and urban areas. Under this program persons with physical and visual constraints are trained on computer skills, communicative English, soft- and life-skills.
A SAVE training center is operated in partnership, with a local NGO working in the field of disabilities, and has access facilities for beneficiaries. Training is conducted 20 hours a week at each center per a pre-determined schedule. Duration of the course varies based on the content and practice needed, but is usually between two and three months.
After training in completed, students are facilitated by Anudip’s placement cell to appear for interviews at corporate employers for mainstream jobs. After placement our alumni are tracked for six months and mentored to success in the jobs.