Mason training in Swarnjayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) at Drishtee (NGO) – Social Interns Needed

Drishtee is a social enterprise focused exclusively on rural India. But while that puts us in a decidedly exclusive category, it doesn’t begin to tell the complete story of who Drishtee is and what makes us special.

That’s because Drishtee is as much about character as capabilities. The philosophy that inspired our creation and continues to inform our every move is what enables us to develop truly innovative solutions.

Under the Swarnjayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) Project we have to train about 5000 Mason and the Labourers at the construction sites.

OVERALL GOAL of the PROJECT :

Capacity Building trainees from the ‘below poverty line segment’ for their skills on livelihood generation, increasing their employability and income generation abilities.

Intern’s deliverables

Impart Training to the aspiring candidates for Mason and Labour at the construction site. Ability to control a group of about 50 candidates in one batch and ability to train, technical knowledge in Civil Engineering.

Minimum Duration: 2 Months

Ideal Start Date/Month: 1st February 2011

Location of the Intern (HO or Field): Field (pls specify is it Mathura, Hathras, U.P)

Educational Qualification:

Candidates pursuing or completed their Civil Degree / Diploma. Experienced and Retired Civil Engineers are welcome.

Training ability to Impart Training to BPL candidates, good communication in Hindi, great passion and motivation in contributing to skill and capacity building in rural development sector.

How To Apply:

Interested Candidates to apply for this internship send your resume to

drishtee@indianinternship.com

Contact: geeta.s@drishtee.in

One comment to this article

  1. ankit agarwal

    on January 18, 2011 at 1:40 pm - Reply

    Sir, I am studying B.E.(civil) from M.G.M.’s College of Engineering and Technology,Panvel,Navi Mumbai, in second year.I want to join your program.please provide me with additional details

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