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Don Bosco Tech in Partnership with The Indiabulls Foundation launched its program in 16 centres.

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On June 1, 2017, Don Bosco Tech inaugurated its first batch of General Duty Assistant (GDA) under the Indiabulls project in 16 centres located in Odisha, West Bengal. Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. The project was launched after Don Bosco Tech Society and Indiabulls Foundation entered a partnership to skill train 600 poor and underprivileged women from the rural areas of India in General Duty Assistant (GDA) domain, place them in different organization and empowering women.

 In Bihar, Buxar and Muzaffarpur centre was inaugurated with great enthusiasm and zeal by the staff, trainers and trainees. At Buxar centre the program began with the lighting of lamp by Sr. Poonam, Centre Coordinator – Don Bosco Tech, Buxar and followed by prayer dance by Ms. Gita, Trainee – GDA. Welcoming the parents of the newly enrolled trainees, Sr. Poonam states, “It is a great opportunity for trainees to change their fate towards a successful and bright future. Don Bosco Tech will help all the trainees to train and place them for better livelihood and future”. 

Md. Belal Ansari, Trainer – GDA, briefly explained the trainees and their parents about the domain, training program and placement opportunity once the trainee successfully complete her training program. He also spoke about the partnership and agreement between Don Bosco Tech and Indiabulls Foundation while working towards the common goals of eradicating unemployment by creating an opportunity through skill training program.

Sr. Pooja, oriented the trainees about the rules and regulation and disciplines that they had to maintained within the campus, in the class and during their exposure visit. She also motivated them by stating, “Each one of us has to struggle in the initial days of life, whether it is for our studies or training program, in-order to earn the benefits of our hard-work. So always remember the 3D’s – Determination, Discipline and Dedication, which will help you achieve the goal you wish to achieve in your life”. 

Parents were visibly satisfied and assured about the training program and the future of their daughters. 

In Muzaffarpur centre, the inauguration program of the pilot batch of GDA domain under Indiabulls was attended by Fr. Jesuraj, Centre Coordinator, Ms. Ipsha Pathak, Project Coordinator, Mr. Jayakar K. Gangulli, Mobilization Support – Head Held High as the Honorable Chief Guests. They were greeted with a welcome song and dance prepared by trainees. The program began with the lighting of the lamp by Ms. Ipsha Pathak, Mr. Jayakar K. Gangulli, Mr. Suresh Yadav, Trainer – GDA and a GDA trainee.  

In an opening note, Fr. Jesuraj spoke about Don Bosco Tech and its mission and vison. He said, “Don Bosco Tech has been in skill training lakh of youth and placed them in various organization and industry across India and they still look ahead to train more youth who are poor and underprivileged by training them in market oriented domain and give them a sustainable livelihood.
Addressing the audience, Ms. Ipsha said, “I am delighted to inform that this is the first batch and a pilot project of Don Bosco Tech in partnership with Indiabulls Foundation, which work for a common cause of skill training the youth from rural India, mainstreaming the employment chances and creating a sustainable rural economy”.

Motivating all the trainees, Mr. Jayakar state, “This program is an opportunity that should not missed or taken carelessly. If one work hard today, tomorrow you will be successful person who will be looked upon by his/her family member, neighbours and friends. So, make complete use of this opportunity and wish all for a better and bright future”. 
Trainees performed Nagpuri dance called Jenana Jhumar Dance, a traditional folk dance perform by women of Jharkhand region during the cultivation period for good harvest. The program in Muzaffarpur concluded with a vote of thanks by Mr. Imran, Trainer – Communicative English and ITeS.
At Jharkhand, Don Bosco Tech inaugurated its first batch of GDA domain under Indiabulls Project in Kokar centre, located in Ranchi district. The program was attended by Fr. Noble, Principal – Don Bosco ITC, Mr. Binod and Mr. Souib Alam from Magic Bus Foundation and Jharkhand State and Kokar centre team of Don Bosco Tech. 38 trainees out of 51 enrolled attended the inauguration program with their parents and guardian.

In his Inaugural speech, Fr. Noble said, “Today we need to promote the skill based education. Young people need to master their skills so that they will have bright future...also”. He further adds, “To achieve one’s goal in his/her life, a skill and a good education is require”. Applauding the promising partnership between Don Bosco Tech and Indiabulls Foundation, he hopes that the training program will provide a polish skill, personality and sustainable livelihood to the youths. 

Apart from Don Bosco Tech - Kokar, two other centre inaugurated the first batch of GDA domain under Indiabulls Foundation in Poreyahat and Lalganj. In total 106 trainees were enrolled in the three centres of Jharkhand.

While in Madhya Pradesh, the newly established Don Bosco Tech centre in Asha Niketan Welfare centre located in Bhopal district, celebrated the inauguration of first batch of GDA domain under Indiabulls Foundation project on June 1, 2017. 

The program was presided over by Mr, Jayanth Ruthe, Manager – Quality, Indiabulls Foundation and Mr. Kunal Shaw, Regional Coordinator – Don Bosco Tech Society as the Honourable Chief Guests. Altogether 35 trainees with their parents and guardians, Sr. Sarita, State Coordinator, Madhya Pradesh, Sr. Dorothy, Centre Coordinator and staff of Asha Niketan were present at the inaugural function. 

Welcoming the dignitaries, trainees and their parents, Sr. Sarita said, “The training program promises a sustainable livelihood and bright future to each and every trainee. The partnership between Don Bosco Tech and Indiabulls has given an opportunity to many young women who are poor and underprivileged, to seek for their dream of better and secure future”.

Addressing the audience, Mr. Kunal expressed his gratitude and appreciated the state team for the prompt action and preparation of the inauguration program in a very short notice. 

Mr. Jayant Ruthe spoke about India Bulls Foundation and partnership with Don Bosco Tech. He appreciated the arrangements of the programme where he distributed uniform, identity card and stationaries items to all the enrolled trainees. 

At the conclusion, Mrs. Philomina Robert (GDA Trainer) expressed his regards and gratitude while thanking The India Bulls Foundation, Mr. Jayant Ruthe and Mr. Kunal for making the day successful with their presence and giving the youth a chance to change their life. 

In West Bengal, Don Bosco Tech inaugurated 3 centres under The India Bulls Foundation on June 1, 2017. Centres that were inaugurated are Gayaganga, Alipurduar and Mamring which will start its first batch of General Duty Assistant (GDA) course.  

At Don Bosco Tech – Gayaganga, all together 102 female trainees who were enrolled under GDA domain were present. Mr. Indranil Dutt (State Coordinator – West Bengal) presided over the function as the Chief Guest, and Rev. Sr. Sobashni (Centre in-charge – Don Bosco Tech, Gayaganga) were the Guest of Honour. 

Programme began with a short introductory speech by Ms. Neelam Rana (GDA Trainer - Don Bosco Tech, Gayaganga) followed by different cultural entertainments and speeches.  Highlighting the significant roles, Mr. Romden Rong (Cluster coordinator - Don Bosco Tech, Gayaganga) said, “today’s youth are very lucky to have the opportunity coming at their doorstep to channel their life and future in a better way. So all the trainees enrolled today should make use of this opportunity without any wasting of time and effort in other things”. He gave a warm welcome to the honorable Chief Guest and Guest of Honour and thanked the entire team for being very cooperative and supportive to make the day successful. 

In his speech, Mr. Indranil Dutta shared the significance of youth development incorporating significant role played by Don Bosco Tech till date. He also mentioned the objectives of Indiabulls Foundation and shares that Don Bosco Tech is very fortunate to work with it. 

Rev. Sr. Sobhashni also shares her thoughts about skilling youth and thanked the parents for being positive by sending their children to learn and earn for the sustainable livelihood.  “Ek Kadam Sunhare Bhavisya Ki Aur...” – a theme, was infact well imparted to the youth present in the auditorium. 

To conclude the programme, Mr. Richard Lepcha (Trainer) expressed the words of gratitude and gave the vote of thanks while whishing the trainees a better future in their lives.

In a similar way in Odisha, Kuarmunda and Sambalpur centre of Don Bosco Tech under Indiabulls project was inaugurated with the total number of 120 enrolled students. While in Uttar Pradesh, Mauranipur and Hardoi centre and in Chhattisgarh, Bilaspur and Jagdalpur centres were inaugurated amid much fanfare and enthusiasm.