Anudip transforms lives by creating aspirational livelihoods through digital inclusion in emerging economies. A nonprofit company with operations in India and USA, Anudip has been empowering motivated young job aspirants from difficult backgrounds since 2007.
Anudip beneficiaries, youth and women, are from high-need, marginalized communities; they may be religious minorities, tribals, political refugees, people with disabilities or victims of trafficking. They are led through a process of continuous improvement, in-depth and diverse training and continuous mentoring at the various skill development training centres across India. Our curriculum, enriched with educational technologies and customized content creates an immersive professional development program. Anudip’s stellar placement record stems from its training programs being tailored to the actual needs of employers, as well as to students’ career aspirations. Anudip is a strategic partner of iMerit Technology Services, a global leader in artificial intelligence, machine learning and other breakthrough technologies. More than 1000+ Anudip Alumni have been employed by iMerit.
Anudip takes pride in helping world class organizations implement their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) objectives and has always been responsible to its sponsors in fulfilling its commitments for accelerating socio-economic good.
To be amongst the country’s top 5 entities, enabling a life of dignity for marginalized communities through market aligned skills training, building capabilities and facilitating sustainable employment – in an increasingly digital world.
To positively transform 100,000 lives annually by 2024, through market-driven, digital interventions
Anudip works with the purpose of improving the socio-economic status of people living on the margins of our society. The industry aligned digital courses run at our skill development training centres transform lives by offering aspirational livelihoods.
“What is happening here is a small and quiet revolution of the human spirit and collective agency, people, local governance groups, partners, and inspired leadership with adaptive models of social change combined with imaginative organizations and business models to serve the poorest of the poor.”