Hemangi Patel - a student of Shrimad Rajchandra Skill Development Centre successfully begins new job at Raj Uphaar!
On World Youth Skills Day, Shrimad Rajchandra Love and Care commemorates the success of the aspiring youth such as Hemangi Patel, who despite the pandemic, are constantly striving to enhance their skills for a better tomorrow!
Hemangi, a first year BA student, was trying to find a way to become financially independent, when she first heard about Shrimad Rajchandra Skill Development Centre, an institute that provides vocational and soft skills training to rural youth at no cost. Due to the lockdown, her college lectures were online and that made it possible for her to enroll for the 400-hour Domestic Data Entry Operator (DDEO) course. During this 4-month course, Hemangi received training in data management, data entries, file management and was introduced to accounting software. Additionally, she was trained in crucial soft skills like communication, leadership, and time management. After completing the course, she received a certificate endorsed by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
Hemangi then applied for a job at Raj Uphaar , where the skills she had acquired shone through and she was offered a position of a data-entry operator. Hemangi is grateful to the trainer of Shrimad Rajchandra Skill Development Centre for taking extra efforts to teach her additional skills that have helped her perform better in her job.