Vocational guidance for poor

Free vocational training for the poor from Unnati.

There is something interesting for our readers and I am sure they will like to get involved in this venture.

An NGO, called SGBS Trust, has been working on uplifting the lot of the poor by conducting FREE vocational guidance. The name of the project is Unnati, their address is:

Temple Road, NGEF Layout,
Sadanandanagar, BANGALORE 560-038.
Phone: 2534-8642

In this new premises, opened in March 2008, Unnati has been conducting free coaching for the poor and ensuring their placement after completion of the coaching. Already over 400 poor youngsters have been well placed, thus transforming the lifestyle of the families.

Friends who have some time and money to spare would do well to contact this institution and support this activity.

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