The National Skill Development Policy (NSDP) formulated by MoLE aims to increase the productivity of workforce both in the organized and the unorganized sectors, seeking increased participation of youth, women, disabled and other disadvantaged sections and to synergize efforts of various sectors and reform the present system. The Indian Government has a target of creating 500 million skilled workers by 2022. The main object of vocational education is to create opportunities for all to acquire skills throughout life and especially for youth, women and disadvantaged groups;
A large majority of India and world's population has little or no access to educational opportunities. Realising that the spread of education in rural and semi urban areas is crucial to the development of the nation, the Geetanand Ashram operates IAYF with an overall objective of building human resource capability, resulting in employability as well as entrepreneurship development across disadvantaged areas of the world.
We provide elementary education to disadvantaged children. This combined with vocational training programs empower the youth to be self-sufficient and economically independent.
We focus on a holistic approach with academic education imparted in harmony with moral and spiritual teachings. Students are taught to respect the traditions and culture of their country, realize the dignity of labour and the fundamental principles of human life, which contributes to building their character.
The objective of these centres is to reach out and make the unemployed youth suitable for industrial employment as well as gainful self-employment through high quality training for Yoga Instructor. We also conduct Education Awareness Camps at various villages for educational counselling. We inspire school dropped outs girl and boy child to continue their education through Open School / Universities so that they can stand on their feet with dignity and can contribute towards the nation.