Dharma Bharathi Mission is delighted to announce BOSCH INDIA LTD. as a partner to implement BRIDGE short-term training on Employability Skills development Training programs for unemployed youth with placement assistance. The course started from 2nd November and admission was on till 8th November 2018.
For the inauguration ceremony, the Chief Guest was Mr.Tushar Gandhi, the great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.
In India, Bosch is a leading supplier of technology and services in the areas of Mobility Solutions, Industrial Technology, Consumer Goods, and Energy and Building Technology. Additionally, Bosch has in India the largest development center outside Germany, for the end to end engineering and technology solutions. Bosch Group in India employs over 31,000 associates and generated consolidated revenue of about ₨. 18,300 crores in 2016.
What is BRIDGE?
BRIDGE helps to fulfill the growing need for skilled manpower across sectors in India.
This 3-month short-term program has been designed and developed by Bosch with a focus on employability and life skills and delivered by Bosch through BRIDGE Centres across India. The objective of this job-oriented program is to utilize Bosch’s already established skills development competence to deliver a unique vocational training model for making underprivileged children employable, thereby providing a pool of high-quality skilled manpower, mainly to the services industry.
What does the BRIDGE training cover?
- Soft skills (for 5 weeks)
- Industry-specific and Job skills (for 2 weeks)
- Social Skills (for 1 week)
- On-the-Job Training (for 4 weeks)
Every day, students get one-hour coaching on Spoken English, Basic Computers (with hands-on experience) and Value Education.
Where do the BRIDGE students get placed?
BRIDGE candidates have been employed in the following sectors:
- Automotive Dealerships
- Retail Outlets
Some of the typical job roles BRIDGE candidates have received are:
- Customer Service Assistant
- Sales Assistant
- Warehouse Assistant
- Spare Parts Assistant
- Retail Assistant
How BRIDGE impacts young lives?
As of July 2016, more than 4,500 students (school dropout youth) have been trained and placed. 100 percent of BRIDGE students receive job placement offers. Most of them are first-generation employees to get into the formal job sector, where the remuneration and working conditions are far more organized and reasonable. Thus, BRIDGE offers a foundation for the young school dropouts to enter into decent jobs and build their life and career from thereon.