Enabling and Training Adolescents for a Successful and Healthy Adulthood

Radha Swami Educational & Welfare Society is a not-for-profit society providing vocational training with placement as well as employability skills training and career guidance to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in India.
Founded in 2009, Radha Swami Educational & Welfare Society was borne out of the belief that by helping young people to develop new skills, by giving them access to relevant vocational training and connecting them with employers, we enable them to take control of their own careers and lives, and to help their families break out of the cycle of poverty.

Why Skills Training?

Skill training facilitates the entry of the disadvantaged into the organised sector and therefore into mainstream society, while also providing much needed skilled manpower to growing sectors of the economy.

India's 'demographic dividend' - a quarter of a billion young people aged between 15 and 24 - should mean that we are well placed to meet the demands of strong economic growth, ranging between 7 to 9% annually. Yet, limited employability of young people leaves us vulnerable, with industry lamenting the lack of 'job ready' candidates to fill the roles needed to sustain economic growth.

India's unemployment and underemployment problem particularly affects those from lower socio-economic communities. Poor families remain in poverty simply for a lack of skills that could provide access to well paid jobs which employers have difficulty recruiting for. Joining the organised sector provides access to better salaries, cleaner and safer working conditions, fixed hours, job security, career growth and often other benefits such as free transport, healthcare and insurance.

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