We act as a promoter of research by motivating student to conduct research activities as well as a supporter of research by guiding research scholars through their research. Under Research Guidance Program, a webinar was organized in which 25 research scholars from different central universities like AMU, JMI, Hyderabad University, JNU and DU participated.
CTAG (Career and Training Advancement Group) has embarked on a remarkable mission that is both inspirational and transformative. Our primary goal is to offer mentorship and academic guidance to a carefully selected cohort of talented minority students, starting from the 9th grade and continuing until they embark on their professional careers. This initiative is designed to bridge the gaps in educational opportunities and empower young individuals from marginalized backgrounds to reach their full potential.
The selection process for this program is rigorous and merit-based. Approximately 25 students are chosen each year based on their performance in the National Minority Talent Search Exam, which is conducted by the Human Welfare Foundation. This exam serves as a platform for identifying and recognizing promising talent among minority communities, often characterized by their limited access to educational and career opportunities.
The aim of CTAG is not only to provide educational support but to create a platform for these talented minority students to fulfill their career aspirations and become leaders and role models in their respective fields. We believe that by investing in their potential, we are not only transforming their lives but also contributing to the overall progress and development of their communities.
Access to education is a cornerstone of social progress and human development. It’s not merely a basic human right, but also a crucial instrument for addressing multifaceted global issues, such as child labor and poverty.
We firmly believe in the transformative power of education. We recognize that, all too often, children drop out of the educational system due to various circumstances, depriving them of opportunities for personal growth and development. Consequently, these children often find themselves trapped in the cycle of child labor, perpetuating the vicious cycle of poverty.
To break this cycle, we implement a multi-faceted approach. First and foremost, we endeavor to bring dropout children back into the educational fold. By doing so, we provide them with a chance to acquire the knowledge and skills they need to escape the clutches of child labor and improve their future prospects.
We also invest in the physical infrastructure needed to support education. This includes constructing schools and developing educational facilities that meet modern standards, ensuring a safe and conducive learning environment. We understand that the quality of the learning environment has a significant impact on a child’s ability to succeed in their studies.
Currently, Human Welfare Foundation operates seven schools in different states, touching the lives of countless children and communities. These schools are not just centers of learning; they are beacons of hope, representing our unwavering commitment to combating child labor and alleviating poverty through education.