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Sewa Yuva Jyoti

Digital Literacy And Personality Development Initiative

With the country striving forward on the path of development and technological advancement, it is the youth who are forebearers of this journey towards a Shining India. The training equips rural youth with digital literacy programs, laying special focus on personality development, soft skills and generating means of livelihood for local youth. It aims at bridging the gap between the demand for skilled labour and the supply of trained technology professionals. Most of these children don’t grow up with access to even the most basic technology, so when and if they decide to pursue a career in this field, they have a difficult time adjusting to and familiarizing themselves with different tools of the trade. Empowering underprivileged youth with digital literacy skills not only meets a key workforce demand but also extends much-needed access to education throughout various communities.

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Sewa International invites volunteers to come forward and support various initiatives by volunteering with us.

Field Of Activities

  • COMPUTER TRAINING CENTER – Throughout the 10 centers in all the clusters, a basic computer training programme is run for the digital literacy of the youth. The trainers aim at enabling the trainees in basic computer operation to increase their skill and hence provide them with better chances of employability.

  • REGISTRATION FOR TALLY COURSES – It is important to maintain a record of all monetary transactions in all offices . To record such transactions it is necessary for an individual to learn tally. Tally software is used so widely that it has become imperative for the students seeking jobs in the Accounts department of any company to learn Tally to the advanced level. Registration of students for the Tally Courses has been done in the computer centres in all clusters namely Pokhari, Dewal, Simli, Agastmuni etc.

  • BASIC CODING TRAINING BY NASSCOM – In order to identify, build, nurture talent in technology space and focus on making students job-ready from day 1, this training helps them get a head start to their career. It is also a step towards making the trainees acquainted with the requirements of the IT industry and the various job opportunities.
  • MOBILISATION FOR BAL PANCHAYATS – Seeing the effectiveness of the Panchayati Raj system, especially the way the Gram Panchayats got people involved and made real improvements in the villages, the Center for Integrated Development and UNICEF set up the first Bal Panchayats. The purpose of the children’s council was to involve the youth in asserting their rights, building their sense of community involvement, and training them to hold leadership positions in Gram Panchayats and higher tiers of that system when they reach adulthood. If the system worked so well for villagers addressing their own needs and participating in government, why shouldn’t children be involved in solving problems that affect them and their peers?

  • ESTABLISHING SEWA SANSADHAN KENDRA – Establishment of Sewa Sansadhan Kendra” has been done which was Inaugurated in Feb 2018. These Kendras act as a one-stop solution to all the problems faced by these SHGs. It provides facilities under one roof to the community for their knowledge development. The kendras help to disseminate information regarding how to apply for a pan card, Aadhar and even in the opening of bank accounts etc.

Feedback

  • I am grateful to Sewa International for providing me with this opportunity. I visited the place where this school began and was baffled at how 55 people could live in that small place. It takes great vision and dedication to complete such a task. We all know that education is the route from poverty to fulfillment. People with disability are at certain disadvantage but a facility like this provides them with the opportunity to realize their potential. I want to thank all of you.. the teachers, people who have made this possible, Sewa international and on behalf of UK parliament, I would like to say that you've made a difference! Let's pledge to make this difference in all the states across Bharat together. Let's give everyone an opportunity to become the best they can.

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    • Bob Blackman
  • The experience and exposure provided by Sewa International was very enriching. It is heartening to see people not giving up easily despite unfavourable conditions.

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    • Aneesh S V L S
    • MBA Student at NIFTEM, Sonipat, Haryana
  • Wonderful experience. The visit helped us in gaining a better understanding of the challenges faced by the village residents in terms of food technology and processing.

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    • Raunak
    • B. Tech. Student at NIFTEM, Sonipat, Haryana
  • Sewa International is doing a phenomenal jobin Uttarakhand providing means of sustainable development to the community specially women under various banners like Sewa Krishi, Sewa Arogyam, Sewa Mahila Jyoti etc. The mobile health van is a unique concept providing advanced services like ECG, Xray and other investigations at affordable prices. The team understands the need of volunteers and visitors and delivers accordingly. You don't feel like an outsider and they welcome you warmly into their family. I would request you to help them in their noble cause in any way you can.

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    • Dr. Nihkil Garg
  • Great initiatives by sewa. It feels great to work with people to know the people around Uttarakhand. Had lots of learning and good experience with the team. Since I was working in the field of village tourism I got an opportunity to explore the Village life local traditions and cuisines which was fabulous. Sewa has built a strong network between the people and NGO, it is just remarkable. You never feel an outsider when you are working with sewa over here. If got another chance i would definitely like to carry my work forward with sewa.

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    • Sourabh Veer
    • Volunteer
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