Narayan Seva Sansthan – a charitable organization that runs charitable hospitals in the country for Specially-abled people, in particular for polio and by-birth disabled, Inaugurated Narayan Sewing training center for specially abled in partnership with Skill India Team, where they will be undergoing 30 to 45 days hands-on training on sewing machines. Post this training, Certificates and Placement opportunities will be provided to the candidate to make them self employed. Courses like Hand Embroidery, Garment Packing and basic training with the latest technology Sewing machine will be given by Skill India Team for free of cost.
This unique initiative will impart skill training to women of Rural India, which will help them to be a part of mainstream society. These training provided by Narayan Seva Sansthan will help specially-abled individuals to earn a livelihood and nurture their children’s with a good education. The NGO works for the upliftment of Underprivileged and specially-abled individuals by providing them vocational training in the field of sewing, embroidery and computer repairing.
Mr. Prashant Agrawal, President, Narayan Seva Sansthan said, “We are glad to inaugurate dedicated Sewing Centre for Women in Rural India. We are working for women empowerment for more than 2 decades where we are offering different vocational trainings to the rural women, students, and differently abled individuals. The NGO Skilled over 8,750 specially enabled individuals since 2011.”
Narayan Seva Sansthan, which is based out of Udaipur in Rajasthan, has operated over 3.5 lac patients in last 30 years. By birth or due to accidents, people lose their limbs which makes them dependent on others. An artificial limb not only improves their mobility but also makes them independent by instilling a new confidence. Artificial limbs make their normal day-to-day activities less tedious. The activities, which seem challenging or difficult, are much easily executed with the addition of artificial limbs.