As we all are gearing up to celebrate India’s 72nd Independence Day, we launched a campaign to convey the importance of independence and freedom through skills, knowledge and continuous learning. As a response to the campaign, here we share messages from LabourNet . Read on to see what they say.
Trainers talk about independence, freedom and empowerment through skills, knowledge and continuous learning
“I felt the real independence when I started earning and supporting my family my self. The feeling grew multi-fold when I started my own appeal micro enterprise with the support of LabourNet.”
Shilpa, Micro Entrepreneur and Alumnus, LabourNet Hosur
“Teaching is the profession that teaches all the professions. I truly believe that everything that we do and everyone we meet is put in our path for a purpose. I feel good to be a part of my student’s life where “my role” plays an important role to build their career and to make them good humans.”
Supriya, Soft Skills Trainer at LabourNet
“My concept of independence is not becoming independent myself but also supporting others to achieve independence. I feel I am doing my bit by working in the development space and help hundreds and thousands of youth to achieve it.” Saleth Arogyaraj, Centre Head at LabourNet Pondicherry Skill Development Center
“If knowledge is a tree then skill is the water which helps it grow. A tree gives you food and shade Skill gives you freedom from dependence and poverty. It nourishes an individual to have a better life” Haseena, Content developer at LabourNet
“My fundamental right to life includes “to live with human dignity free from exploitation”. Our skills give us freedom from exploitation. With skills in our hand and right attitude in mind, we can conquer the world. So, let’s be free and live our lives with dignity by becoming SKILLED.” Abhisuchi Srivastava, Regional Manager, Products and Consulting at LabourNet
“Independence to me simply is empowerment and it can be achieved only by skills, knowledge and wisdom. The more skilled one becomes the more empowered he/she will be.” Yogesh Gorte, Territory Manager-Operations @ LabourNet
“Undoubtedly, this is a techno-driven world. What makes you to stand out of the crowd is the skills and knowledge that you acquire via continuous learning and understanding.
Thus, skills and knowledge makes the individual strong and confident and motivates him or her to do something of his or her own thereby paving way for empowerment. As a result, ignorance is washed off making the individual independent enough to improve the socioeconomic status of self as well as the others.” Ummaiya Salma.S, Senior Content Executive,LabourNet