Tag Archive: ISTC

  1. ISTC distributed certificates to the outgoing batch

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    In a significant stride towards empowering the underprivileged, the Innovation and Skill Training Centre (ISTC), an initiative of the Human Welfare Foundation (HWF), celebrated a momentous occasion with a Facilitation cum Certificate Distribution Program for 120 students. These students successfully completed courses in ANM (Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery), CCC (Course on Computer Concepts), and DCA (Diploma in Computer Applications) at the Delhi Jamia Nagar Centre of ISTC.

    The ISTC, driven by its commitment to providing life skills training, aims to equip individuals with the necessary tools to break free from the cycle of poverty. The recent certificate distribution program underscores the organization’s dedication to fostering employment and entrepreneurship opportunities for the younger generation.

    The event was graced by esteemed dignitaries and mentors who extended their warm congratulations to the graduates. Among the notable figures present were:

    • Mr. M. Sajid: Director, Vision 2026 and Trustee, Human Welfare Foundation, HWF
    • Mr. Muazzam Naik: General Secretary, HWF.
    • Dr. Arif Nadvi: General Secretary, Ideal Relief Trust.
    • Dr. Minhajuddin: Director, Alshifa Hospital.
    • Mr. Ajay Dagar: S.I, Shaheen Bagh P.S.
    • Mr. Naofal P.K: CEO, HWF.

    Speaking at the ceremony, Mr. M. Sajid expressed his pride in the achievements of the students and emphasized the importance of such initiatives in creating a positive impact on society. The General Secretary of HWF, Mr. Muazzam Naik, reiterated the foundation’s commitment to providing opportunities for skill enhancement and socio-economic development.

  2. ISTC’s new center inaugurates in Kumardubi, Jharkhand

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    Human Welfare Foundation inaugurated a local center of Innovation and Skill Training Center in Kumardubi in Jharkhand. The primary objective of the ISTC is to provide valuable computer education, thereby equipping the younger generation with essential skills crucial for contemporary employment opportunities. By focusing on computer education, the ISTC aims to bridge the digital divide and empower youth with the knowledge and proficiency required in the modern workforce.

  3. ISTC Delhi distributes Certificates

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    The Innovation and Skill Training Center, a unit of Human Welfare Foundation organized a certificate distribution program at the ISTC in Jamia Nagar, New Delhi. Fifty-three students received certificates for completing their three-month to one-year diploma/certificate courses successfully. Some of these students had already secured placements in their respective fields.

    The event was graced by the presence of SQR Ilyas, Trustee of the Human Welfare Foundation, Mohamed Hussain B, Principal of ITI Narela & Mangolpuri, Delhi, and Mohd Ilyas, who distributed certificates and emphasized the importance of skill training. PK Noufal, CEO of Human Welfare Foundation, was also present.

  4. New Vocational Training Center inaugurates in Azamgarh, UP

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    A new Vocational Training Center, under the aegis of Human Welfare Foundation inaugurated at Jamiatul Falah, Bilariyagunj in Amzamgarh, UP by Maulana Tahir Madni, Director Jamiatul Falah in the presence of PK Noufal, CEO, HWF and Mohammed Arif, HoD, Healthcare, HWF and other dignitaries.

    The Center will run courses on Nursing in collaboration with Al Falah Hospital. After successful completion of the course, Students will be provided with placement assistance. Other paramedical courses will also run at the Center soon.

  5. ‘ISTC’ Distributes Certificates to 150 Students

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    New Delhi: Organized by ‘Innovation and Skill Training Centre’ run by Human Welfare Foundation under Vision 2026 at Abul Fazal Enclave, Jamia Nagar, distributed training certificates to 150 students on completion of various skill training courses. This includes 150 candidates in nursing, computer and other programs.

    Rihan Khan Suri, Pro Vice Chancellor, Delhi Skill and Entrepreneur University graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. He appreciated this initiative of Vision 2026 and called it a very important step.

    Encouraging the students, he said that this initiative of Human Welfare Foundation is very important in fulfilling the goal of Skill India, especially with respect to girls who have obtained Nursing Certificates today.

    He said, “We have seen during the days of Corona, the huge shortage of health workers, the reason why the importance of such centers increases manifold. This initiative of Vision 2026 will prove to be a milestone in nation building.”

    On this occasion, T Arif Ali, Chairman, Vision Governing Council said that financial resources play an important role in the development of any society and it is very important to have skills for employment. We need to strengthen our society financially. The efforts of the Foundation is towards achieving the goal of eradicating poverty from the society.

    “A successful daughter is always a valuable asset to the entire family,” He added.

    The Employment Department of Human Welfare Foundation has launched a nationwide economic awareness campaign under which youth are trained in Computer, Nursing, English speaking, Dialysis Technician, Digital Marketing and Customer Care Executive.

    Also skill trainings are conducted in Goat rearing, Poultry farming, Mosquito net making, professional driving, and dozens of other fields.

    The Program was attended by PK Noufal, CEO, Human Welfare Foundation, Salimullah Khan, Education Manager, Vision 2026,  Zahid Hussain,  Head , Employment Department, and Noor Muhammad Program Head, Employment Department.

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