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Vocational Training  for youth in Aziznagar Village.

A short term course in Basic computers and Open Office has been started for the Aziznagar  village community  for both men & women (unemployed youth) from 17th February, 2014.

This is the first batch to get benefited by the Computer Learning Centre set up by the Sreenidhi   Students of IB –DP 2014 Batch in Aziznagar.

There are 12 candidates are being trained now by the KMRF-instructor for the course of 1 and ½ month duration.

At the end of the course by 10 April, 2014 Course Certificates will be awarded to the participants.                   



Vocational Training / Capacity building

 The foundation held a youth meeting at different points of the village and data  collected helped:-

    ·      To arrive at the category  for educational and economical status of unemployed youth.

    ·      To identify their interest and to choose the appropriate training to be given.

    ·      To encourage and motivate to join the courses for skill development.

    ·      To assist financially and help with transport to reach the place of training.

Training in Bakaram- 2010

 About “Maggam work – Zari Embroidery

 It is a traditional embroidery work done by the women folk of Andhra Pradesh. It is a combination of Zardosi, Beads, Zari and semi precious stones (Kundan).

KMR Foundation has pioneered this initiative in our adopted village, Aziznagar to empower and develop a sustained livelihood in the women youth community.

 Around 16 women are being trained in Magam-Zari work and the training started in the month of  January 2010.

The training is been given by the village girls who were trained by KMRF in the year 2009. All of them attending classes regularly and intensive learning is taking place at the centre. The duration of this training course is 2 months.
Skill Development Training for female youth and women

 In Aziznagar village training centre around 20 of them both girls and women taking training from July 1st 2009 in “ Maggam Work”— art of designing 
 and working with zari, kundan, stones and mirrors on the fabric.

 Foundation has employed an expertise to help train the candidates. The training course will be for 3 months. Initially the training was given for 3 days
 a  week for two weeks. Subsequent weeks the coaching lesson will be once in every week. KMRF team will take care of supervising their practice
 session at the centre until they complete 3 months.

 It has been a satisfying event to see all of them attending the course regularly and learning with interest.
From January 2009 – June 2009

Foundation members have been engaged in continuously motivating the youth for training in certain courses that will help them enhance their skills in computers and other areas according to their interest, choice, ability and potential.

Transport to the training centre has been provided by the foundation for the Summer Course.

Foundation part funded the cost of training for the Light Motor Vehicle License Collaborating with the Driving Institute.

The data developed on the software system helps find and focus on the target group.


Name of the Village

Number of


Nature & Place

of Course taken


Date of


Job Placement


Training/ Practice





































10th/Inter passed


Boys: 12

Girls: 16













Training in Computer Course (D T P)






Light Motor

Vehicle Training.

Private Training



Basic Electricals

(N.A.C.) Hyderabad.



Summer Course.


April & May)




2 months

June- ’09.




3 months

(July ‘ 09)

Most of them

Continue with higher studies.






Getting practice in driving working under

Pvt. Company.

Found a job

Vocational Training Programme In the Villages - June 2008

The training of unemployed youth for various vocational courses was undertaken by KMRF. Out of 30 candidates registered for various course at Govt.ITI, Mallepally.Only 10 of them were able to continue with the training.The foundation took on the responsibility of continuously monitoring their attendance at the course and their progress by periodical visit to the institute. Team members’ constant meeting  with them and  encouragement helped to boost their confidence.

In collaboration with a nationalized bank twenty six women and girls were sent to the institute for self employment and training to undergo training in various courses like fashion designing, basic tailoring, hand embroidery and fabric painting. Two of them enrolled in Govt. ITI to undergo training in the Diamond cutting course.

The foundation is seriously engaged in finding job placement for the trainee through Govt  & Private organization.

Name of courses offered (3 months course) Candidates Joined
    Basic Electrical & House Wiring



    Desktop Program



    Basic Tailoring & Fashion Designing



    Diamond Cutting



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