Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development for any country. Countries with higher and better levels of skills adjust more effectively to the challenges and opportunities of world of work.

As the proportion of working age group of 15-59 years is increasing steadily, India has the advantage of demographic dividend (younger population compared to the ageing population). Harnessing the demographic dividend through appropriate skill development efforts would provide an opportunity to achieve inclusion and productivity within the country and also a reduction in the global skill shortages. Large scale skill development is thus an imminent imperative.

    Project Shilp is an initiative by TALEEM Society to empower the underprivileged in the society (including SC/ST/OBCs, minorities, school drop-outs, EWS, rural and uneducated women etc.) with Skills, knowledge and qualification to ensure they are able to earn a living for themselves.

    Project Shilp aims to use skill development as an agent of change in promoting women empowerment in both urban and rural areas, with special emphasis in the unorganized sectors. Special efforts will be made to improve access for girls, people with disabilities and other vulnerable groups.

    Project Sanjeevani plans to educate & spread awareness on the prevention and control of various diseases like family planning; vaccinations, malnutrition amongst children and especially girls. Special emphasis is given to sanitation, general hygiene (both personal & Community), waste disposal methods, clean drinking water, pollution free heating and lighting devices.

    Project Shilp aims to provide training and development of relevant skills to meet the requirements in key sectors of Textile and clothing, Electronics and IT Hardware, IT Services, Banking, Financial services, Food Processing, Healthcare, Media and Entertainment, Tourism etc. while adopting changing technologies and market demands.