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PROGRAMS
District Learning Center

The District Learning Center (DLC) at Chhindwara started on the hypothesis that it is possible to bring a rural or semi-rural graduate to the same level of proficiency as the urban student by providing focused and high-quality training. This change in students can happen in as short a period as six months or upto a year, with the right mix of technology, training, industry input and experienced faculty. more …

Career Development Center

The CDC program focuses on setting up training centers in the urban slums of Delhi NCR with an aim to benefit its resident unemployed youth. A CDC provides vocational training courses, with the objective of providing employment in the organized industry to this youth group. more …

DU-CII Project

Program DU-CII Project is an initiative to ‘zap-the-gaps’ between ‘Education’ and ‘Employability’. It aims at developing professional programs for university students to help them gain the necessary employability skills. These certificate programs have been developed in collaboration with industry experts. more …

Science for school children

NIIT Foundation (NF) has initiated activities identify and provide the necessary support to smart children entering secondary education (Class 8/13-14years) in terms of supplemental training so that they pursue main stream higher education. The targeted area is science education to improve scientific and analytical abilities of smart children. more …

N Reach ( NGO Accrediation )

NIIT Foundation (NF) furthers its initiatives by offering services to NGOs focusing on education and training underprivileged youth. These initiatives include necessary pre-assessments that serve as a tool to assess the overall ability and qualification of the student. more …

Program for people with disablities

It is estimated that over 15 million Indians are hearing impaired and 80% of such individuals do not receive any formal education. There are only 500 schools that cater to this population; as a result, formal education continues to be a far-fetched dream for these youth. more …

Hole-in-the-wall

HiWEL Playground Learning Stations (PLSs) promote Minimally Invasive Education methodology, which encourages children to self-organize and take responsibility for their own learning at their own pace.more …


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