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  • Project Owner

    ULTRATECH CEMENT LIMITED

  • Project Title

    Success Story

    Project Category

    Skills & Livelihood

  • Project Start Date

    October,10 2015

    Project End Date

    March,03 2017

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25Lakh
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Life accelerated: Raju Vaishnav

Raju Vaishnav, a progressive resident of the village Medi ka Amrana, could not complete his education due to weaker financial health of the family. in the age, when everybody is busy in accomplishing his/her education and looks forward to welcome the new phase, i.e the married life, Raju was working as a waiter in a local Dhaba near the plant. He was all the day in serving food to the customers and washing the used dishes on a meagre salary of Rs 500/-. This is what he could do at that time to support his family of five members.

He used to discuss his life goals and objectives with the plant staff who used to visit the food joint for some evening tea and samosas, That was the time, when one of the plant officials saw the spark in his eyes and counselled him to get enrolled in the Aditya Jan Sewa Trust’s initiative to train the rural youth in 2 Wheeler Automobile repair Course. Raju, was quick in catching up the technicalities involved in the engine repair and maintenance process during the entire 50 day Training process. The batch comprised of 21 trainees yet Raju exceled in all the processes and assessments. On successful completion of the course, he was awarded with a well updated Automobile repair tool kit

and a certificate endorsed by Aditya Jan Sewa Trust and Zila Udhyog Kendra. With his positive approach and perseverance, he secured job in a workshop nearby, on a salary of 3500/- initially. But the thought of initiating his own venture and to establish as a young entrepreneur was roaming in Raju’s mind.

Raju approached the nearest Grameen Bank for a loan of INR 1,00,000/- which got sanctioned soon on the basis of the detailed project proposal submitted by him. During the training programme, the discussions with the trainers regarding the bank loaning process helped Raju grasp the things soon and work on the documentation requirements at the bank. The certificate with him too was an edge over other loan applicants.

Raju initiated his own shop in Shambhupura by taking a shop on rent, close to the highway which connects Chittaurgarh with Nimbaheda. The initial set up cost was approximately 1.25 lakhs, wherein a portion was loaned by the bank and rest was contributed by him. Today the shop serves not only Shambhupura but also the villages nearby for All types of engine repair, maintenance of wheels and their alignment and full service to Two-wheelers. The workshop also provides washing facility to the cars. He is assisted by a team of three, comprising of one mechanic and two helpers. He is able to earn his living and is able to save approximately INR 15000-20000 after taking care of all the expenses and salaries related to the workshop.

Raju, a bit shy, yet a master in his skills, pays gratitude to the plant’s initiatives and also appreciates the computer literacy efforts now being made by the plant. Social Impact Assessment – Aditya Cement Works

 

Raju with Training Certificate

Case 2 - A support pillar for the Family: Pawan Tank

Pawan Tank, an enthusiastic youth from Sindwari village, life for him was earlier not as easy as it is today. He used to struggle for the basic needs. His father left the family long back leaving him behind with responsibility to take care of his mother and one elder brother.

He shared his problems with one the team members of the plant who were taking care of the water fittings and infrastructure development processes in the village. The team briefed him about the training being given on mobile repairing in the Trust’s training center. He too, showed his interest towards the programme. And, this was the moment which determined the way forward. After getting enrolled, he maintained the continuity to reach the center well in time and pay proper attention to what was being taught in the center during the entire 3 month course. Skilled staff from Social Impact Assessment – Aditya Cement Works

 

Pawan : Mobile Store, Pawan tank

 

Narayan’s Mobile Shop

Micromax imparted the training to 25 youth from marginalized background. Narayan grabbed the theory as well as the practical part well and made up his mind to do something of his own and purchased the mobile repair kit for INR 5000/-.

Along with the traditional occupation of wheat farming, he opened up a shop at his home for mobile recharge and mobile repair, which initially gave him an earning of INR 3000/- to 4000/-. Motivated by the earning, he purchased a pre-owned computer and started using it for uploading movies and songs in the memory card of the village people. A village, where technology was a challenge, there, now most of the resident own smart phones and listen to the golden melodies of Mukesh and Lata Mangeshkar being uploaded by Pawan. Now, he earns roughly INR 6000/- only from the recharge transactions and other earnings are secondary. Now, he has also started selling the general provision items in the village through to same shop to augment his income. His brother too has joined him now and they now have purchased Television and refrigerator as well. He got married last year and now stays happily with his mother, brother and wife. This simply reflects that success comes to those, who really fight for it. A simple hand of support too can help someone build his/her future.

Case 3: Narayan – Progressive entrepreneur

Narayan, A youth from Karunda in the age of early twenties, is a victim of early age marriage. His father is farmer and earns barely 30000/- per year by growing wheat and mustard on the limited piece of the land he possesses.

A few years back, after finishing his primary schooling, Narayan was in search of a livelihood option, where he could earn a penny and support his family of five. Fortunate enough, seen by ACW staff, he was picked up to work as a supervisor on a salary of INR 7000/-, but this was not his ultimate objective in life. The doors of entrepreneurship were awaiting him. He, with his good work, was seen by Mr Vipin, from ACW team, and was enrolled in the Mobile repairing course along with 25 other trainees.

Trainers from Chittorgarh used to travel to the training center, to impart valuable training to the trainees. After excelling in the training programme, Narayan gathered courage to open up a shop of his own with an initial set up expense of INR,40,000/-. The shop offers selling of SIM cards, Top Ups & recharges of various network numbers, repair of hardware and software of cellphones. He initially has been able to earn 10,000/- per month which is aims to bring to INR 20,000/- by adding one e-mitra along with the routine mobile repairing shop. He is not only providing basic mobile facilities in the village at doorstop, but has also been able to set up successful venture in the village itself.

 

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Success Stories

Case 1 - Life accelerated: Raju Vaishnav

Raju Vaishnav, a progressive resident of the village Medi ka Amrana, could not complete his education due to weaker financial health of the family. in the age, when everybody is busy in accomplishing his/her education and looks forward to welcome the new phase, i.e the married life, Raju was working as a waiter in a local Dhaba near the plant. He was all the day in serving food to the customers and washing the used dishes on a meagre salary of Rs 500/-. This is what he could do at that time to support his family of five members.

He used to discuss his life goals and objectives with the plant staff who used to visit the food joint for some evening tea and samosas, That was the time, when one of the plant officials saw the spark in his eyes and counselled him to get enrolled in the Aditya Jan Sewa Trust’s initiative to train the rural youth in 2 Wheeler Automobile repair Course. Raju, was quick in catching up the technicalities involved in the engine repair and maintenance process during the entire 50 day Training process. The batch comprised of 21 trainees yet Raju exceled in all the processes and assessments. On successful completion of the course, he was awarded with a well updated Automobile repair tool kit

and a certificate endorsed by Aditya Jan Sewa Trust and Zila Udhyog Kendra. With his positive approach and perseverance, he secured job in a workshop nearby, on a salary of 3500/- initially. But the thought of initiating his own venture and to establish as a young entrepreneur was roaming in Raju’s mind.

Raju approached the nearest Grameen Bank for a loan of INR 1,00,000/- which got sanctioned soon on the basis of the detailed project proposal submitted by him. During the training programme, the discussions with the trainers regarding the bank loaning process helped Raju grasp the things soon and work on the documentation requirements at the bank. The certificate with him too was an edge over other loan applicants.

Raju initiated his own shop in Shambhupura by taking a shop on rent, close to the highway which connects Chittaurgarh with Nimbaheda. The initial set up cost was approximately 1.25 lakhs, wherein a portion was loaned by the bank and rest was contributed by him. Today the shop serves not only Shambhupura but also the villages nearby for All types of engine repair, maintenance of wheels and their alignment and full service to Two-wheelers. The workshop also provides washing facility to the cars. He is assisted by a team of three, comprising of one mechanic and two helpers. He is able to earn his living and is able to save approximately INR 15000-20000 after taking care of all the expenses and salaries related to the workshop.

Raju, a bit shy, yet a master in his skills, pays gratitude to the plant’s initiatives and also appreciates the computer literacy efforts now being made by the plant. Social Impact Assessment – Aditya Cement Works

 

Case 2 - A support pillar for the Family: Pawan Tank

Pawan Tank, an enthusiastic youth from Sindwari village, life for him was earlier not as easy as it is today. He used to struggle for the basic needs. His father left the family long back leaving him behind with responsibility to take care of his mother and one elder brother.

He shared his problems with one the team members of the plant who were taking care of the water fittings and infrastructure development processes in the village. The team briefed him about the training being given on mobile repairing in the Trust’s training center. He too, showed his interest towards the programme. And, this was the moment which determined the way forward. After getting enrolled, he maintained the continuity to reach the center well in time and pay proper attention to what was being taught in the center during the entire 3 month course. Skilled staff from Social Impact Assessment – Aditya Cement Works

 

Case-3 Narayan’s Mobile Shop

Micromax imparted the training to 25 youth from marginalized background. Narayan grabbed the theory as well as the practical part well and made up his mind to do something of his own and purchased the mobile repair kit for INR 5000/-.

Along with the traditional occupation of wheat farming, he opened up a shop at his home for mobile recharge and mobile repair, which initially gave him an earning of INR 3000/- to 4000/-. Motivated by the earning, he purchased a pre-owned computer and started using it for uploading movies and songs in the memory card of the village people. A village, where technology was a challenge, there, now most of the resident own smart phones and listen to the golden melodies of Mukesh and Lata Mangeshkar being uploaded by Pawan. Now, he earns roughly INR 6000/- only from the recharge transactions and other earnings are secondary. Now, he has also started selling the general provision items in the village through to same shop to augment his income. His brother too has joined him now and they now have purchased Television and refrigerator as well. He got married last year and now stays happily with his mother, brother and wife. This simply reflects that success comes to those, who really fight for it. A simple hand of support too can help someone build his/her future.

Case 3: Narayan – Progressive entrepreneur

Narayan, A youth from Karunda in the age of early twenties, is a victim of early age marriage. His father is farmer and earns barely 30000/- per year by growing wheat and mustard on the limited piece of the land he possesses.

A few years back, after finishing his primary schooling, Narayan was in search of a livelihood option, where he could earn a penny and support his family of five. Fortunate enough, seen by ACW staff, he was picked up to work as a supervisor on a salary of INR 7000/-, but this was not his ultimate objective in life. The doors of entrepreneurship were awaiting him. He, with his good work, was seen by Mr Vipin, from ACW team, and was enrolled in the Mobile repairing course along with 25 other trainees.

Trainers from Chittorgarh used to travel to the training center, to impart valuable training to the trainees. After excelling in the training programme, Narayan gathered courage to open up a shop of his own with an initial set up expense of INR,40,000/-. The shop offers selling of SIM cards, Top Ups & recharges of various network numbers, repair of hardware and software of cellphones. He initially has been able to earn 10,000/- per month which is aims to bring to INR 20,000/- by adding one e-mitra along with the routine mobile repairing shop. He is not only providing basic mobile facilities in the village at doorstop, but has also been able to set up successful venture in the village itself.