A Centre to develop employability and entrepreneurship skills
for underprivileged youth and women
is coming up in the city
A Learning Centre to enhance employability and develop entrepreneurship skills for underprivileged youth and women would be inaugurated tomorrow by Rotarian Shekhar Mehta, Global President of Rotary International, a volunteer service organization with over 1.4 million members.
Shekhar Mehta is the 4th Indian in the 115-year history of Rotary to become the President of Rotary International for the year 2021-22. His guiding mantra in life is “Service is the rent that we pay for the space we occupy on this earth”.
The Sarath Gopal Rotary Club of Jubilee Hills Learning Centre is coming up at Road No 10, Sidique Nagar, Lane opp. SLN Terminus, Gachibowli, Hyderabad. It is a project of the Rotary Club of Jubilee Hills, a 30-year-old Rotary club and the largest in the twin cities.
Rotarian Suresh Gupta, President of Rotary Club of Jubilee Hills, explained the objective of the Centre is to impart skill development courses in areas that are for tomorrow's markets. Also to develop communication and personal excellence skills to meet expectations of corporates; to instill a mindset of good work culture and human values, and to adopt ethics based on Rotary ideals to become dignified and worthy citizens.
The Centre will be run on philanthropic lines, he added.
Entrepreneurship Development, Spoken English, Accountancy Package, Financial Literacy, Hospitality-related skills, Paramedical skills, computer literacy, etc. will be imparted.