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[Challenge:Future] Project Panorama !

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[Challenge:Future] Project Panorama !

  1. 1. PROJECTPANORAMATEAM NAME : A TEAM VASUPRIYA KAKAR SWETHA KANNAN AASHIKA SURESH COUNTRY : INDIA COLLEGE : M.O.P VAISHNAV COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, CHENNAI-34
  2. 2. WHAT’S THE REALITY?• 9.8% are unemployed youth. However, this figure excludes disguised, seasonal, frictional and part-time unemployment.• The states with the highest literacy rates seem to have the highest unemployment rates as well!!?! Your footer here
  3. 3. Insert your slogan here GETTING DOWN TO THE STATS 50% ARE THAT YOUTH LEAVES US WITH 0.6 BILLION YOUTH A TOTALPOPULATION OF 1.2 BILLION 7.6%OF URBAN YOUTH ARE UNEMPLOYED 13.9% OF 9.8% ARE RURAL UNEMPLOYED! YOUTH ARE UNEMPLOYED
  4. 4. THE TROUBLE MAKERS• Over population• Leading to a mismatch between the availability and CAUSES OF UNEMPLOYMENT requirement of jobs• Poor educative curricula Poor leading to unemployable Unplanned Population Educative Curricula graduates Growth• Vicious cycle of poverty, Migration of Poverty and Ignorance illiteracy and ignorance People From Villages To Towns• Inefficient implementation of government programs Mis-Match Of• Economic environment Demand and Supply which has widened the gap between the rich and the poor
  5. 5. WORKING A WAY OUTThe root of the problem seems to stem out of poor educativepractices, especially in the rural areas , which ultimately result inunemployable graduates. What we propose to do is tackle theproblem at the core by simultaneously fine tuning the youth to suitthe corporate environment, whether they are employees oremployers .PROJECT DESCRIPTIONPROJECT NAME: Project PanoramaTARGET GROUP: Uneducated Youth Educated Youth Men WomenGOALS : To initially reduce unemployment in rural areas.  To equip the youth with practical skills. 5
  6. 6. TEACH IT, REACH IT !• Target the youth of the rural areas . Setting up of education centres to provide practical skills and knowledge to the students which would lead to their overall development . Youth Patronization of Cottage• Target the uneducated unemployed. Imparting good Education Industries quality education and required skills to them will improve opportunities.• Target the young artisans and craftsmen. Patronization of cottage industries and selling their products Encouraging Employing through an online portal can tackle the income aspect Entrepreneurial Educated Start-Ups Unemployed of it and bring them out of poverty.• Target educated unemployed. They will educate, train and reinforce. Thus, the problem of unemployment of educated, capable youth is tackled. Vocational Education Build• Entrepreneurial Training, Vocational Education and Employment Skill Requirements according to the needs and wants and Skill Centres would be conducted . Training• Build Employment Centres. This would help educated unemployed locate suitable jobs and train them as per requirements.
  7. 7. SWOT AnalysisS WTRENGTHS EAKNESSES • Youth Power • Convincing • Education + potential partners Skills • Accessing remote • Patronization of villages Internal cottage industries • Semantic Barriers factors • Using over- population to advantage.O T PPORTUNITIES HREATS • To go • Threats from national. government • To go schemes. External international. • Resistance to factors • To make the change. youth skill efficient. Positive Negative
  8. 8. PHASE 1 – RESEARCH PHASE 2 - IMPLEMENTATION Employing educated youth to teach theChoosing a district. uneducated in rural areas. Scoping and Information gathering on the  Create an online portal to facilitate sale ofunemployment rate of the various villages in products by the rural uneducated tothe district. supplement their income. Finding out the resources present and  Train the educated for corporateresources needed. environment Building the education curricula.  Building the education curricula.PHASE 3 – ALTERATION PHASES PHASE 4 - REVIEW  Analyse the performances  At the end of the programme , a final  Provide a trial job to assess the review is made. progress.  Progress of every individual , both  If any discrepancies , make the students & teachers are evaluated. required changes.  Suitable job placements are found.
  9. 9. HOW ARE WE GETTING THERE? TIME HOW MANY WHAT’S IN ALLOTMENT IMPACTED IT? • 50 hours devoted • Initially, 25 educated • The youth employed to education per unemployed youth will will be paid for their be identified and 25 services week uneducated will be • The uneducated will • 10 hours on art placed under each one get regularized income patronization of them. through sale of their • The first phase of products the project will • Both will be trained for employability in target about 625 corporate firms in the youth. future -
  10. 10. FINAL SHOWDOWN

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