SAMPARC

Social Action For Manpower Creation

9, Varad Appts, 292, Yashwant Nagar

Talegaon Dabhade 410 507, Pune.

Tel no 02114 227335, 231472

Email Samparc@vsnl.com , Samparc_1990@yahoo.com

Website www.samparc.org

 

 

 

 

Project Proposal for Vocational Training Center

 

 

 

 

Aim of the Project

 

The aim of running the Vocational Training Center is to impart technical skill to the rural school dropouts and to empower the youth for future self employment jobs.

 

Background of Project

 

SAMPARC started the project in the year 1990 in a very small manner at village Bhaje. Courses like Welding, Wireman, Plumbing, Tailoring were started and in the last 12 years more than 1000 school dropouts were trained in the above courses and more than 70 % of them are employed in different industries.

 

In the recent monsoon due to heavy rains and cyclone, the roofs, doors, windows, etc of the Vocational Training center were severely damaged and affected and it now needs renovation and re-equipment. Mr Joshi is the incharge of Vocational Training Center and has calculated the estimated expenses and he came to the conclusion that about Rs. 2.5 lacs is required to reorganize the work.

 

SAMPARC therefore started to rethink this issue and decided that instead of spending money at the same place a new shade and classrooms can be erected near Malavli railway station where SAMPARC is already having 3 acres 17 guntha area land. If this land (10 guntha = 10,000 sq ft area) is used for VTC purpose then a new set up would come up.

 

Since the place is close to the railway station and is a central place for the surrounding 25 villages, there would be many students to be able to attend the training. So SAMPARC decided to have construction of 1500 sq ft area for 4 classrooms and 2400 sq ft area for workshop shades which will be able to fulfill the requirement for proper infrastructure of the Vocational Training Center. It is also important to purchase equipment for machinery to fulfill the training requirement for plumbing, wireman, welding, and electrician.

 

 

 

 

Budget

 

 

Sr No

Particulars

Amount in Rupees

1

Construction of classrooms

4,50,000.00

2

Working shade for training

4,00,000.00

3

Purchase of Equipment

1,50,000.00

Total

10,00,000.00

 

 

 

Self-sufficiency

 

Developing the project SAMPARC also aims to take up fabrication and electrical work within a period of 5 years, thereby making the project self-sufficient.

 

Recurring Expenses

 

The recurring expenses including salary, training costs, electricity, maintenance, etc would amount to Rs. 2,60,000/- per year.

 

SAMPARC aims to raise annually Rs 1,00,000/- by way of fees from the students and work from the jobs.

 

Conclusion

 

By developing Vocational Training Center, SAMPARC would be in a position to cover youth of about 100 villages of Maval and Mulshi taluka of Pune district to enhance skill building programme among rural school drop outs.

 

 

Amitkumar Banerjee,

Founder Director / Secretary SAMPARC.