CTAG Launches Law Entrance Coaching

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  1. CTAG Launches Law Entrance Coaching

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    The West Bengal chapter of the Centre for Training and Academic Guidance (CTAG), an initiative of the Human Welfare Foundation, recently initiated a coaching program tailored for law entrance examinations, marking a significant collaboration with Aligarh Muslim University’s Murshidabad Centre. Held within the prestigious confines of the MBA Seminar Hall at the University, this endeavor aims to equip aspiring law students with the necessary tools for success.

    The event witnessed the gracious presence of esteemed dignitaries, including Dr. Nigamananda Biswas, Director and Associate Professor at Aligarh Muslim University, Murshidabad; Dr. Syed Atif Jilani, Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Administration; Shaila Mehmood, Assistant Professor in the Department of Law; Dr. Md Sarwar Alam, Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Administration; Adv. Md Asmaul Haque, Social Activist; and Adv. Sujeda Khatun, Program Coordinator.

    The coaching program is meticulously crafted to cater to various law entrance tests such as AMU LLB, CLAT, and others. It encompasses a comprehensive approach, including regular mock tests, personalized counseling, and guidance sessions. Under the expert professionals in the field, classes are conducted at the AMU Murshidabad Centre, ensuring a conducive learning environment conducive to academic excellence. CTAG West Bengal Coordinator Farook was also present.

    The CTAG West Bengal Chapter has a commendable track record of providing coaching for the West Bengal Civil Service examination. Many of its alumni have secured prestigious positions within both state and central governments, a testament to the quality and efficacy of its programs in nurturing talent and fostering success.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  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’s ANM Course helps Gulnaz support her family

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    Miss Gulnaz Ansari an aspiring young girl of 21 years from New Delhi has done her schooling from Jamia Millia Islamia and currently pursuing her B.A through distance mode from JMI University.

    She has seven members in her family including her parents, two sisters and three brothers. All her brothers are earning doing odd jobs.

    While her parents assured her that she would have their support, regardless of what future endeavor she choses, she decided to pursue college and a career in health care.

    “It was really important to me to be able to help people every day. I saw a career in nursing as a way to give equal weight to both.” – Gulnaz

    She came to know about Innovation and Skill Training Center ISTC through an NGO and decided to pursue Assistant Nursing Midwifery Certificate course.

    After successful completion of her course from the April 2021 batch, she worked as an intern in Sanjivini Hospital for three months.

    Today, Gulnaz continues her clinical practice while serving as a Nurse at the Royal Kalindi Hospital earning herself Rs.10000/- per month.

    “Looking back on my career, there were many challenges I overcame. I really love science,” she said.

    And now with her job she is willing to do B.Sc from Jamia University.

    “My student peer group was instrumental in helping me navigate new social norms when I first started the ANM course. Gulnaz said “Working with a faculty mentor, both formally and informally, helped me develop my career goals and identify opportunities for professional success.”

    HWF wishes Gulnaz all the best for her bright future.

  6. First Aid Training Workshop in Haridwar

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    Human welfare foundation organised a First Aid Training workshop in Haridwar, Uttrakhand. In which 50 volunteers from diverse academic backgrounds participated. Mohd Shahzad, Community Health office lead the workshop.

  7. Vocational Training Workshops

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    .We conduct vocational training workshops to help underprivileged segments of the society improve their technical skills, enhance their employability level and enable them for employment and entrepreneurship.

    In 2021, we organized four-day workshops for automobile technicians in Haryana, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan providing successful training for 90 technicians. HWF also conducted workshops in Maharashtra for solar electricians associating with NSDC providing training for 212 participants.

    In 2020-21, we organized a four-day workshop for two & three wheeler automobile technicians in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. 30 technicians successfully completed the training.

  8. Innovation and Skill Training Centre – ISTC

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    India is one of the youngest nations in the world with more than 54% of the total population below 25 years of age. In next 20 years, the labour force in India will increase by 32%. Skill development training will improve the employability level and will enable the youth for employment and entrepreneurship. Skill development provides employment and entrepreneurship opportunity for the youth.

    It is a fact that a gap exists between the academic curriculum and actual requirement in industry and other sectors. Skill development programs identify the skill requirement, plan and implement required skill development programs. Though self-employment is one of the solutions to address unemployment issues, if the youth are not educated and trained for the skill requirement, they cannot succeed in that.

    The objective of Innovation and Skill Training Centre is to help the community for employment and entrepreneurship.

    ISTC offers the most sophisticated and comprehensive courses for aspiring young men and women in India.

    ISTC Offer Skill Development Courses in Paramedical and Computer Science. We Have Approx 36 Courses in Computer and 10 Courses in Paramedical. ISTC Delhi is Delhi Largest Skill Training Center with great Infrastructure for the Students with all the latest Tool and Technology.

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