Graduation day of first two batches at Gulbarga – Their newfound confidence, finesse in speaking English and work capabilities has led to beginning of a journey towards success
It was curtains on the first two batches, consisting of 55 girls at Manisha Community College (Vikas Academy Trust, Gulbarga) who completed the 1000-hour Make India Capable (MIC) program. The official graduation day was celebrated for all pass outs at V. G. Women’s College, Gulbarga. The joy doubled when the local newspapers and TV news channels covered this one day event.
These girls will now pursue a career in home nursing/healthcare domain. They have enrolled for the nursing course offered by Manisha Community College. Head Held High (HHH) partnered with Manisha College to complete the first phase of capability development and human transformation. The second phase is focussed towards learning domain specific technical skills. With the second phase training, their jobs are 100% assured as employers like HCG Cancer Hospital and Basaveshwara Hospital have agreed upon employing these rural champions. Their newfound confidence, finesse in speaking English and work capabilities has led to beginning of a journey towards their success that seems to be unstoppable now. We believe that after completing the six month domain specific training program, they will be eligible to get into hospital/home nursing jobs.
The HHH trainers at Gulbarga are the comrades of the show. It is a team of experts that bonds well and understands the trainees. They put their best foot forward to train and transform these lives. This team at Gulbarga is headed by Karibasappa Vali, our cluster lead and the most consistent performer in HHH training programs. It is also focussed towards new achievements like boarding in new local partners, enrolling new batches and spreading its branches to nearby towns. Our North Karnataka cluster has produced the maximum number of trainees till date under the Make India Capable program which is a phenomenal success in itself.
This graduation Day saw participation of trainees and their parents, trainers, Head Held High’s core team members from Bangalore – Pawan Sharma and Swapna Handique, members of our local partner i.e. Vikas Academy Trust, volunteers, and potential employers. To honour the program,Yellaling Rampur, Head of HRD, HCG hospital was invited and these graduates were awarded with certificate of excellence.
With the entire world celebrating International Women’s Day on March 08, we, at Head High High, have contributed to women empowerment at grass root level. This is a collective effort to eradicate poverty and help others lead a life of dignity. We express our heartfelt gratitude to all those who have helped in making this pioneering program a success. We thank Sharana-Sufi blend of brotherhood at Gulbarga.