Vocational Training Programs
Computer Courses: We carry out basic computer courses of three months and six months that have proved to be extremely beneficial. Our students have secured jobs in private sector, MNCs, malls and many other places after susccessful completion of the course.
Satat carried out ‘Diploma in Computer Application, Business Accounting and Multilingual DTP’ courses awarded by NCPUL and NIELIT. Courses offered were IT Tools and Business Systems; Internet Technology and Web Design; Financial Accounting Using Tally & Personality Development Introduction to ICT Resources; Multilingual DTP; Programming and Problem Solving Through ‘C’ Language; Practical & Project Work. 24 young boys and girls from Sriniwaspuri enrolled in this Government run course between 2014-2015.
Tailoring and Stitching Courses: Under this course, block printing, stitching kurta-pyajama, churidaar, blouse, peticoat, frock, cloth bags etc. are taught. The students are mostly women and girls from the neighbouring JJ clusters in Srinivaspuri. Around 10-15 women/girls get regularly trained in stitching and tailoring course every six months. With the acquired skills, women of our community work both from home, at our organisation or outside.
Tailoring and Beautician classes going on simultaneously.
Grooming and Beautician Course: With the growing demand of grooming and beauty industry, young girls and women of Sriniwaspuri have opted for this course. Around 20-25 students join the beautician course every six months and learn different kinds of hairstyles, techniques of facial, manicure, pedicure, spa, applying mehendi etc. We are very proud of our pass outs who fought all odds and are self-employed or are working in Parlours. Some easily earn Rs.15000 to 20000 per month.
Girls trying their hands on grooming classes at Satat Basti Vikas Kendra
Public Meeting and Community Library: Regular public meetings are held to make community aware of various socio-economic, legal and health related issues. Satat also contributed books to two orphanages in Port Blair in Andaman and Nicobar islands in 2004. The library books were donated in the memory of Tsunami victims. Satat acknowledges the support of the National Book Trust of India, Lioness Club and individuals for this endeavor.
Satat is also currently running a library where the books are accessible not only to the beneficiaries coming for various programs but, also to the surrounding community.
Legal awareness and free legal consultation is also given at Satat by the lawyers.
Glass Painting Workshop held on 30th September 2019
Our resource person for the workshop held at Satat was Ms. Enami Chopra. Our resource person divided our students into seven groups and explained each student very meticulously. Every student got a chance to paint in this workshop. The glasses used for drinking were sparkling with glass paints after the students applied different shades of glass paints to them. Ms. Enami appreciated all 28 of them and motivated them to engage in new activities in life.