Parvaaz is an initiative of MoRD, Government of India is implemented by IL&FS Skills in partnership with TIE Foundation
About the Project:
The main objective of this programme is to mainstream the minority BPL youth of the country by empowering them with education, skills and employment. It is geared towards helping the learners attain minimal education required for employability and also upgrading the necessary skills needed to step into a new world thereby graduate into the next phase of their lives. It is specifically designed to provide a continuum based learning on a graded curriculum ensuring quality of education for minority youth school drop-outs/left-outs.
We have enrolled 2749 candidates since the launch of this project of whom 1069 have completed their course. Out of the ones who have completed the course, our placement percentage is more than 70% with 715 trainees already been placed. Of the total number of students enrolled 74% were male and 26% were female. Interestingly, most of the trainees trained are high school drop outs from 10th, 11th and 12th classes. Others were school graduates. The trainees belong from a number of states namely Asaam, Bihar, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.