msa: Goraj Ashram will provide vocational training to poor boys in the village | News from Vadodara

Vadodara: Muni Seva Ashram (MSA) in Goraj will train boys from rural areas in vocational skills such as CNC operators, welding, fabricating fitters and as a field engineer who can repair refrigerators, air conditioners and washing machines via its vocational training center (VTC). ).
MSA had started VTC in 2011 as a public-private partnership program of the government of Gujarat. He had started classes in his own hospital. “Over the years, thanks to VTC, we have trained more than 3,000 female students from the disadvantaged section, mainly in the health system, to help them find meaningful jobs. We maintain contact with potential employers and help certified students find employment. We have secured employment for approximately 80% of certified students,” said Hemant Patel, volunteer and VTC manager at MSA.
Today, with the support of the Rotary Club of Bombay North (RCBN), VTC was able to procure equipment to run a new center through which boys from disadvantaged neighborhoods will receive vocational skills.
RCBN has pledged to provide laboratory equipment worth Rs 62 lakh for the MSA nursing college. Previously, RCBN members had donated almost Rs 3 crore for the construction of buildings at the VTC campus and the nursing school annex building.
RCBN in partnership with The Rotary Foundation, Rotary Club of Bergen Highland, Ramsey New Jersey, USA and Rotary Club of Baroda Jawaharnagar donated Rs 1.5 crore for the purchase of various equipment to support industrial courses at the new center which was officially inaugurated by a function at Kailash cancer hospital in Waghodia taluka.

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