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Empowering Women through Entrepreneurship Program in the New Normal
29 June, 2022
Empowering Women through Entrepreneurship Program in the New Normal
  We were on the ground with the mentoring team during a project visit earlier this month. And like always, our most awaited bullet point...
Durga the fighter- fighting circumstances for a better future
22 February, 2022
Durga the fighter- fighting circumstances for a better future
20-year-old Durga sits awkwardly on a mooda. She rarely smiles; only something very amusing compels her to crack a grin. Perhaps her front teeth make...
From anger to positivity
21 December, 2021
From anger to positivity
19- year-old Karishma was tired and angry. My mother died when I was 11 years old. I was the eldest and so I had to...
In conversation with Mr. Manoj Kumar, Director, Department of Technical Training and Education
20 December, 2021
In conversation with Mr. Manoj Kumar, Director, Department of Technical Training and Education
Mr. Kumar was Chief Guest at the Certificate Ceremony organised for the trainers who completed our Capacity Building of Trainers in Employability Skills Programme at...
What industry wants from young people applying for their first job?
22 February, 2022
What industry wants from young people applying for their first job?
In an environment that is fast changing with technology, young people, particularly those from marginalised backgrounds need to be skilled and adaptable, to be employable....
4 January, 2022
Arti, who set up our 1st all women's batch
Thirty-two year old, Arti, a confident young woman, originally from Khanpur in South Delhi, moved to the quiet environs of Janauli, a village in Palwal,...
4 January, 2022
"I will prove to my father that I am no less than any boy"
Sanjay Kumar, a car parking assistant at Connaught Place, has always regretted having only one son, who is the youngest of his five children. 18-year-old...
6 March, 2018
A letter from 'Hope- A start'
“When I look at the life of people around me, I get an overwhelming feeling of how privileged I have been since childhood.  What  I  am...
6 March, 2018
ETASHA Stories: Vinay
“I was an introvert, and I used to spend most of my time at home. After joining the course, I made friends at the center, and I found an environment where I could speak to people in English...I have worked hard on my pronunciation; ‘aalso’ (also) has become ‘aulso’, ‘vas’ (was) has become ‘wos’, and I am still working on it.”
6 March, 2018
Happy Teacher's Day!
By Tjasa Kosar   I never thought of taking classes in a foreign country as a volunteer. But when I visited ETASHA’s centres and met...