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Case launched an 'Intensive Entrepreneurship Training Program' for 200 rural women of Haryana, India in partnership UNDP.

The trainees underwent rigorous sessions which included case studies, demand and supply surveys/analysis, market research, sessions about freelancing, product/service prototyping, sales pitch, filling out business model canvas sheets and a speaker session with real life successful woman entrepreneur.

 

The training enabled a greater degree of self-confidence and sense of independence in all the women. India's largest fashion-led hypermarket chain, offered the trainees to set up kiosks in its premises. Few women established their boutiques in local markets. An Australian company partnered with a group of women trainees to design traditional dolls for it and sell overseas.

 

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Airtel, the third largest mobile network operator in the world, has a huge technical training partner network.

Airtel conducted its technical partner selection and identification process and selected UDAY's Telecom Centre of Excellence as its training partner.

After winning the rounds on the basis of cost, deliverables and authenticity of deliverables Airtel joined hands with the centre. The training content is designed and developed by UDAY's international partner who are specialists in optical fiber & related fields. UDAY's initiative to have a state of the art institute reflects its commitment towards industry growth. The centre's technical expertise and the systematic deliverables offered are a perfect solution for Airtel's requirement.

The expected number of batches was 40 + with approx 800 trainees trained for the year 2017.

 

By aligning the training program objectives to Airtel's strategic goals, the centre ensured that the training helps trainees make an impact on company's bottom line.

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Pun.' Lloyd Ltd. (PLL) is one of the largest and most renowned infrastructure companies with operations in more than 20 countries. PLL awarded a training contract to UDAY to train 1000 PLL supervisors with a single point agenda of enhancing their productivity. Supervisors to be trained came from two trades: Civil & Mechanical.

During the initial phase of the engagement, UDAY decided to understand the current levels of productivity achieved by the PLL supervisors and determine the gap between the current and desired productivity.

UDAY prepared productivity baseline and fixed the targeted productivity levels. Customised training content was developed to fill the identified skill gap. The supervisors received training in functional as well as technical areas. UDAY also engaged in weekly compilation of individual DPR [Daily Progress Reports) and taking feedback from superiors such as Engineers and Resident Construction Manager (RCM).

Employees' productivity increased manifold as the training resulted in 10% higher productivity which in turn led to more than 200% ROI on training. The training also inculcated a culture of continuous improvement and development in the organisation while promoting individual accountability.

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