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Financial Support for Private Vocational Training:

RPF helps reduce poverty by helping students get vocational education from recognized institutes who run certificate or diploma courses leading to placement in service sector. Many young people in our country from lower middle class or poor families start thinking to earn as soon as possible after school to support their families. To achieve this goal, they even plan to drop out after matriculation. They start working as office boys or low skilled jobs just to support their family. We understand that some of our training courses provide only attendance certificates, and not recognized qualification. Hence we help such needy youth to get certified training by linking with private institutes.

RPF helps them to get enrolled in regular certificate/diploma vocational courses in partnership with other institutional bodies running professional courses in such a manner that these students can get necessary skill based training and start working in skill based respectable jobs immediately after school. RPF also encourage and help young people from backward areas, who want to pursue higher studies with other training institutes in the city.

There are many certified private courses which assure job on completion. How RPF help youth from low wage household to get enrolled?

Strong demand for vocational education and training exists, but students from low income families don’t have access to financing these courses. Students typically have limited savings to fund tuition and corporate employers are unwilling to pay for tuition upfront despite their need for trained workers. RPF has developed a new way to fund vocational training offered by private institutes who provide placement to the students by liaison with Business
establishments /Industries/other establishments. We pay for students’ tuition upfront and upon completion of their training, if students come under a good capacity earning bracket, then a portion of their wage for first 6 months is taken to repay tuition costs. This is further utilized to train other deprived students. Many youths have benefitted from this help and got employed after course completion.