Thus, it is envisioned to scale-up the capacity of the youths for employment and entrepreneurship by imparting skill. Bridging the skill gap of the weaker sections is critical at Adhikar as it widens the scope to generate sustainable income. Adhikar’s skill initiatives include transforming the un-skilled and semi-skilled youths as skilled labourers. Establish skill centers of excellence as skill hubs for unemployed youths with modern amenities, infrastructures and quality trainers.
Skill development process includes 3 specific states (i) Training (ii) Assessment (iii) Certification. The skill training at Adhikar is based on National Occupational Standard (NOS) for specific job roles formulated by Sector Skills Councils (SSCs).
Since its inception in 1991, more than 2350 youths have directly and 8000 members of the households indirectly benefited from the Skill Development project.