of India’s youth are unemployed
of youth with formal training are unemployed
of youth don’t receive any formal vocational training
Sambhav is levelling the playground of career opportunities for youths with insufficient representation.
Access to Hard
Create access to training centres and classrooms for learning and skill development.
Promote curiosity-driven learning experience using quality trainers, the latest curriculum and efficient management.
Use hybrid learning and digital technology to build skills based on aspirations and community expectations.
Access to Linkages
to Formal Economy
Provide placement and hands-on training opportunities through existing local ecosystems.
Develop a roadmap of progress through timely assessment and track the impact of training.
Create alumni and referral networks for sustainable growth in opportunities and easy mobilization.
Foster partnerships with the school system, create collaborative advocacy, and opportunities for youth leadership.
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Hours of Training
Training hours per Candidate
I was able to get a job as a receptionist and a monthly salary Rs 10,000. Now I have a good career and I'm able to support my family financially.
I used to work as a Data Operator, and was unhappy due to the earning and growth. Now I run my shop. I have gained self-confidence and respect in my family as well as the community.
I had never dreamed I would be able to open my own garage. I have been able to earn respect as an entrepreneur, support my family, and the education of my three sisters. None of this would be possible without the support I have received.
Mohammad Kader Gazi
Automobile Maintenance Trainee
I learnt warehouse training and computer skill and got an opportunity to earn a monthly salary of Rs 12,000.
Data Entry Trainee