Yuva Parivartan Vol. 1, April 2012
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President's Desk
Dear Colleagues,

I would like to welcome you all to Yuva Parivartan’s first E-Magazine.

As we set foot into the new financial year, we thank our sponsors for reposing their faith in us. Yuva Parivartan aspires to reach greater heights to transform the lives of over 4 lakh youth. This is indeed a great challenge for us, as we need to perform with extraordinary commitment to reach this milestone. I am sure, as a team, our motivation to achieve this goal is at the highest level, after an orbit changing performance last year. Last year, we provided livelihood training to over 1 lakh students.

In the current year our main focus will be on the Yuva Parivatan Academy, through which we will assess and certify 2 lakh students that will be trained by 2000 small NGOs under the Authorised Training and Certification Centres (ATCC) program.The main responsibility is providing livelihood, and not just training. I know this is a challenge accepted with great confidence by all and I am certain that Yuva Parivartan will exceed this number by December 2012.

We have taken new strides in the world of social media as a part of our new brand initiative, through Facebook and LinkedIn. We have also started a blog which is regularly updated with news on Yuva Parivartan and its activities. Please read and contribute to the initiative.


Regards,
Kishor Kher

News
An Orbit Changing Initiative

Yuva Parivartan (YP) has decided to reach out to a new horizon from the current financial year by providing livelihoods to 4 lakh underprivileged youth who have dropped out of school. YP has been working on this single point agenda in the last two decades...

The Annual Conference of Yuva Parivartan


The 5th Annual Conference of Yuva Parivartan (YP) was recently held at Vasai, Mumbai between 28th and 31st March 2012 with much enthusiasm. The session was branded as ‘Kshitij – Go Beyond’ wherein almost 100 members of Yuva Parivartan from across the country...


Hospitality Training Program

Yuva Parivartan has taken a new step for the upliftment of the deprived youth, providing them another vital opportunity to build a better future. Having teamed up with ‘Youth Career Initiative', one of the reputed International NGO, Yuva Parivartan is bringing...
 
Touching Lives
Yuva Parivartan has tranformed the lives of hundreds of youth through vocational training programs. Here are some of the names
Name: Mrs. Shakuntala G. Kande
Occupation: Tailor
Income: Approx Rs. 4000 / month
Education: 5th Pass
Being a widow, Mrs. Shakuntala G. Kande was solely dependent on her late husband’s pension for fulfilling the needs of her family.
Name: Mrs. Tanuja Bharat Shinde
Occupation: Beautician
Income: Approx Rs. 5000 / month
Education: 10th Pass
Yuva Parivartan’s ‘Entrepreneurship Development Program’ enabled Mrs. Tanuja Bharat Shinde to achieve her dream of setting up her own parlour.
Name: Bhoop Singh Mahavir Bajoria
Income: Approx. Rs. 6000/ month
Occupation: Electrician
Education: 9th Pass
After failing his SSC exams and having a leg disability, Bhoop Singh Mahavir Bajoria was forced by his family to stay at home for three long years.
Name: Santosh Manohar Jadhav
Income: Rs. 5000 / month
Occupation: Service
Education: 7th Pass
This is the journery of Santosh, who rose from ashes to glory.
Santosh comes from a small tribal village called Umbarpada in Nashik district.
Shining Star - Arun

Arun, a resident of Bhootapalle village has struggled hard to reach where he is today. He recounts his story of giving life a second chance with the help of Yuva Parivartan.

Testimonial
“I have been connected with Yuva Parivartan for more than six years. They have been tirelessly working to provide vocational training to the youth. I have visited their training center for girls at Bandra many times and tried to up-scale their potentialities particularly those who are in the field of beautician and hair designing. Two of the YP girls are now working in a senior position in my parlour. I think YP is doing a great job in our society by making the youth socially productive.”

Nalini of Nalini & Yasmeen

Ms. Nalini Naegamvala, together with her partner Yasmin, ventured into uncharted territory 35 odd years ago, with the launch of their cornerstone salon in Mumbai. Nalini who changed and revolutionized the world of hairdressing. To know more, log on to www.nalini.in
Photo Gallery


In a recent seminar at Bombay Gymkhana Mr. Kher, met Prof. Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate and founder of Grameen Bank, Bangladesh where Mr. Kher appraised him on the recent activities of Yuva Parivartan. Dr. Yunus appreciated Yuva Parivartan's efforts.


Mr. Babu Joseph, Executive Trustee and CEO, Axis Bank Foundation inaugurating 'Kshitij', Yuva Parivartan's 5th annual conference held on the 29th of March 2012.


Mrs. Mrinalini Kher felicitating Dr. Jyotsna Bapat (Professor at IIT-Bombay) at Kshitij.


Mr. Kishor Kher with Mr. Unnikrishnan (MD & CEO,Thermax) and Mr. Rishi Kumar Bagla (Chairman and MD, Aurangabad Chemicals Ltd) at the CII summit entitled 'Driving Growth through Manufacturing in Maharashtra' held on 9th March 2012.
 
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