BSS shortlisted and sanction by the Ministry of Minority Development, Government of India, to conduct programmes on Leadership Development of Minority Women in Dehradun district. Accordingly, the programme was conducted in five minority dominated villages Hukumatpur, Charba andSelaqui in Sahaspur block, Chander Nagar in Raipur block and Muslim Colony in Doiwala block of the Dehradun district, The objective of the scheme for leadership development of minority women, including some neighbours from other communities living in the same village/locality, was to empower and instill confidence in the women, by providing knowledge, women, by providing knowledge, tools and techniques for interacting with Government systems, banks and other institutions at all levels. In these training sessions, many people of at all levels. In these training sessions, many people of eminence, social workers, research scholars, representatives from Banks, NABARD , elected representative and top officials of women empowerment and child development department, Uttarakhand, addressed the participants. State Minority Commission, Government of Uttarakhand, was kind enough to address participants and gave awards to them and also presided over the concludingsession. Workshops on leadership development of minority women were conducted on patters required by the Ministry of Minority Affairs ; non residential in villages and residential atour Head Office in Clement town, Dehradun. Village wise trainings were conducted in 3 sessions of 2 days each at village.
Skill Development Programs
Leadership Skills for Minority Women
In this photograph of minority women enjoying the discussion with Mr. Kamar Javed , AGM, NABARD and Director of Uttrakhand Gramin Bank about the banking schemes , NABARD schems for women farmers , Saving , Banking and Insurance.
Multi Skill Development Programs
Balajee open Multi purpose Training centre in Mahmud Nagar (Shankarpur ) for four months Beautician Course and one year Diploma courses On fashion designing among the minority community where more than 40 girls availing the training fascility.
Credit itself may not be a sufficient tool for poverty eradication in rural areas. They need a variety of services in which training on skill development is the most relevant. A lot of the young population are migrating towards cities inthe search of jobs leaving their villages & natural Resources. Starting small enterprises at village level will provide them an additional source of Income. To train unemployed men & women in our area of operation, R-Seti of Dehradun district supported by Oriental Bank of Commerce has come forward & agreed to provide training on livelihood generation activities.
The courses covered under training range from Poultry farming, Tailoring, Handicraft Development, Mobile Repairing, Beauty Parlor, Fruit Processing to name a few. Once the training of beneficiaries are over, Balajee Sewa Sansthan will arrange the credit to start the enterprise either by loan from Balajee or from any nationalized or rural bank. We will further help the people in providing backward as well as forward linkage for goods & services manufactured. For the children of our beneficiaries Balajee Sewa Sansthan established a wing by the name of INDO Academy for providing free computer training of unemployed youths. In the last three years, more than 850 students have availed this facility and got jobs in factories and other commercial institutions. On the demand of people Indo academy also provided English-speaking for personality development, tally, e-accounting as well as help in preparation for competitive examination for government jobs.
Our society is working for people's welfare through youth development works. BSS started working with the help of volunteers, social workers and the community. Under the development programme our Society, from time to time also organizes health & family welfare programmes for improving their health standards. BSS's working area at present Patna and Lakhisarai districts in Bihar, where literacy ratio is very low. They do not know how to preserve their health or to cure and prevent diseases, not withstanding the lack of funds.