Serve Samman Skill Development and Vocational Training-Dadari Completes One Year

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NEW DELHI: Serve Samman, a NGO, is successfully running a Skill Development and Vocational Training Centre at Dadari (Gautambudh Nagar, UP). The center is being run in support of Udayn Care.

dipak khannaOn September 19, 2014 Serve Samman organized annual function at Dedari centre to celebrate completion of a year of this center. During the occasion certificates were also distributed to the 30 students. Serve Samman is offering various courses at this centre such as NEILT- 1 year, CTSP (Computer basic)-3 months, DCA-6 months, ADCA-12 months, DTP-3 months, TALLY 9.0- 3 Months and hardware networking – 3 Months.

During the function Dr. Sushil Choudhary, President I Care Hospital; Dipak Khanna, Founder Trustee of Serve Samman; Kiran Mod, Director, Udyan Care; Deepak Sharma, Director-Jagshanti Udayan Ghar (Udayan Care) were present to encourage the students.

Sudhir Jha of Vednata foundation and Rusen Kumar, Director IndiaCSR were invited guests of the function.

During the occasion Dipak Khanna, Founder Trustee of Serve Samman, in his speech highlighted the aim of the Serve Samman – Skill Development and Vocational Training Centre. He said that, we are happy to provide skill and vocational training to the real needy people of our rural India. We are committed to provide essential infrastructure to run center successfully.


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