Jamia Millia Islamia Signs MOUs with NGOs to support families of soldiers killed on duty

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Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI)’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) has signed Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with the two NGOs with the aim to develop sustainable livelihood programs and models for families of soldiers killed on duty.
The Delhi based university signed MoUs with Veer Nari Shakti Resettlement Foundation and Arunodaya Seva Sansthan. The MoUs will facilitate collaborative exchange and training between the three partnering institutions said a statement from JMI. The CIE will conduct training programs for the NGOs. The CIE will give training to families of martyrs both the armed forces and the Paramilitary forces to help them become self-employable, said the statement.
Veer Nari Shakti Foundation is a popular NGO that works for the welfare of battle causality, wife and dependents of war disabled, martyr widows, disabled serving Defense Personnel and veterans of Parliamentary Forces and Indian Armed Forces across Nepal and India. The NGO supports such families to run group businesses as per their skills and attitude. In short, the NGO helps these families to generate a dignified livelihood.
Arunodaya Seva Sansthan is another NGO that works for the welfare and empowerment of underprivileged children, women and youth through relevant education and market focused livelihood programs. The NGO is successful in implementing various skill development and women empowerment programs. Prof. Zishan Husain Khan, Director, CIE, Mr A K Tiwari, President of Arunodaya Seva Sansthan and Mr Prashant Tiwari, trustee of Veer Nari Shakti Resettlement Foundation signed the MoU on July 23, 2018.According to the Jamia Millia Islamia, the aimed purpose of the MOU was to utilize the strength of both the successful implementation of skill development program for benefit of the weaker sections of society.
Arunodaya Seva Sansthan will sponsor the participants under the Skill Development Program and provide assistance in the employment of the participants’ through their placement unit. They shall also provide assistance in self-employment of the participants and generate funds through CSR funding for Jamia Millia Islamia’s Livelihood Business Incubator- NDTV


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