Our aim is to reach out to weaker and unprivileged persons of the society and to propagate aspirational values among youth.
In our mission, we will rapidly expand skill development efforts in India by creating an end-to-end, outcome-focused implementation framework, which aligns the demands of the employers for a well-trained, skilled workforce with the aspirations of Indian citizens for sustainable livelihoods. Our website will create an end-to-end implementation framework for skill development, which provides opportunities for life-long learning and opportunities for quality long and short-term skill training that meets the aspirations of trainees. Outcome focused training will align employer/industry demand and workforce productivity with trainees’ for sustainable livelihoods. We will help the workers in organised and un-organised sectors to gain formal sector employment.
And, build capacity for skill development in organised and un-organized sectors, and provide pathways for re-skilling and up-skilling workers in these identified sectors, to enable them to transit into formal sector employment through a developed network of quality instructors. In turn, we will establish this ecosystem through high-quality teacher training institutions and leveraging existing public infrastructure and industry facilities.
The main objective of Nyas is to provide 360-degree development of the economically and socially deprived class. Nyas achieves this by planning and conducting various services and programs through education, health, and enculturation centres. Furthermore, Nyas holds multiple social functions for mass awakening in individuals.
As our Hon’ble Prime Minister said, “Corona crisis has also taught us the importance of local supply chains, local markets have stepped in to help us. Time has taught us that we need to start thinking about local and buying local. Many global brands once started locally. With the passage of time, and public demand and marketing, these brands became global. We need to be vocal about our local products by not only buying but also publicising them.” Quoting from Vedas, PM explained the importance of self-reliance,” Sarvam Aatmam Vasham Sukham. That which is in your control gives you happiness. We have to move ahead with new energy. Only we can make India self-reliant.”