Under PMKVY we have worked on the dropped out and unemployed youth of the families to make them acquire employability skills
so that they become independent and run their families.
Bora Polyclinic also has its philanthropic arm called Sewa Samiti, a society registered under the Societies Registration Act,
1860 and is engaged in conducting programmes impacting national issues in the field of women welfare and empowerment, vocational
training and health awareness. Bora Polyclinic is partnering with various corporate to implement vocational skilling, livelihood
creation, education and women empowerment programmes.
In fact we are the first one of the foremost proficient training partners who as a mission is transforming India as the largest
pool for skilled manpower.
Our vision is to transform India through skills at scale and speed with standards. We want to make our people economically
independent. Since skilling is about practice and constant learning we are focused on desire to do and desire to learn. This
vocational education is closely associated with social economic development. It stimulates human mind towards creative thinking and
such creative thinking should be taken up from primary to higher level of education.
Bora Polyclinic strives to create a curriculum that focuses not only on delivering the core skills required for the job, but
also enhances the overall personality of its trainee. In the next several years, Bora Polyclinic will join hands with multiple Govt.
organizations to elevate the curriculum in terms of quality & outreach. Read More ...