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Youth development is a process that prepares a young person to meet the challenges of adolescence and adulthood and achieve his or her full potential. Youth development is promoted through activities and experiences that help youth develop social, ethical, emotional, physical, and cognitive competencies. Youth development in its broadest sense refers to the stages that all children go through to acquire the attitudes, competencies, values, and social skills they need to become successful adults. As children move through their developmental strategy acquire a set of personal assets, or supports that help them face the challenges and opportunities ahead. These assets allow youth to become resilient—able to bounce back from adversity. Their ability to develop successfully depends to a great extent on the support and assistance they receive from the people and institutions around them.


Youth across the world face serious challenges regarding skills and jobs. These challenges are greater for developing countries like India, which have long suffered from a shortage of skilled professionals.

One of the major issues which youth faces is the lack of soft skills including confidence and expression of thoughts. Soft skills are the foundation of building good relationships and are integral in one’s professional life. They are unable to present themselves in a certain way due to lack of communication skills.

What We Do

One on one interaction with young emerging and energetic youth, where we guide them according to their interest and skills also help them to get skill on various aspects which will help them to get them job.

Soft skills to build good personality

“As food is essential for living similarly a good personality matters in our professional life”

We give regulator weekly sessions with youth at community level, where we give training on confidence building, mock interviews with activities


  1. It allows children and young people to explore, discover and develop their skills and strengths.
  2. It makes youth responsible and self-reliant.
  3. It makes youth more aware of themselves and the world.
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