UDAY recently launched skill centre in Dindoshi, Mumbai as a part of their CSR Project with Omkar Foundation. This collaboration is expected to train 300 youth from the slum rehabilitation areas of Mumbai. The launch event witnessed the presence of Mr Venkat Rolla – CSR Head, Omkar Foundation and Mr Shailesh Waghmare – Business Head – Skills, UDAY.
UDAY and Omkar Foundation will be jointly responsible for mobilisation of candidates for the training program. The project includes setting up 5-6 training centres in the slum rehabilitation areas of Mumbai to provide free job-oriented skills training. The progress of trainees will be monitored on regular basis to provide need-based counselling the them.
The training also includes personality development sessions for the candidates. The trained and certified candidates will be provided full placement support and assistance through UDAY’s tie-ups and alliances with corporates and institutions.
The CSR arm of Omkar Realtors and Developers Private Limited is committed to inclusive development for the betterment of Mumbai city and all its stakeholders through slum redevelopment. As part of the slum rehabilitation sector, Omkar is engaged with slum communities and enable them to change their lives and destinies holistically, thus enabling the CSR vision of Omkar Realtors and Developers Private Limited, to go “Beyond Structures”. Omkar Foundation engage with the slum communities in order to improve their lives and livelihood through skill development, women empowerment, health awareness and environmental initiatives.
UDAY is the first Australian invested company that received training partner status with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). It works relentlessly to create a lasting impact through its three business verticals: Youth, Women and Farmers.
It intends to see self-sustained youth, independent women and progressive farmers. Its extensive skill development programs facilitate job-readiness among the beneficiaries as well as encourage entrepreneurship.
Through its youth business vertical, UDAY aims to improve the lives of the youth belonging to the vulnerable or marginalised sections of the society through skill development.
UDAY has trained 30000+ students across 46 job roles and 11 industry sectors.