Activities

Equipping young adults with Job  Oriented Skills

What we do

Skills Academy

We equip young adults with job-oriented skills, helping them to stand confidently.

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Childcare

We organise support systems for children within slum communities, offering healthcare, nutrition and basic education.

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Hostels

We motivate school-dropouts to responsibly discover and harness their potential through vocational skills training.

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Franchise

Through IIDA you now have access to become an approved “Training Centre of NSDC” and more...

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What sets us apart

Promotion of
self-employment
Cost-effectiveness
innovative teaching
Internship
Flexibility in curriculum
Placement
Bridging the education gap
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How does it work?

Over the years IIDA has developed affiliations with Directorate of Technical Education, Slum Clearance Board, Tamil Nadu Open University etc. In August 2020 IIDA received the Approval as Training Partner of National Skill Development Corporation under the “Skill India” program, which operates under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India. Through IIDA you now have access to become an approved “Training Centre of NSDC” for fee based non funded short term and long-term programmes. This means that you can become a change agent in the lives of the underprivileged in your area. NSDC offers many programmes under 38 Sector Skill Councils of which IIDA is authorised to offer courses under the following Sector Skill Councils
IIDA has 8 main locations in India

LATEST FROM US

Skills Academy
Exciting new staff training workshop
June 29, 2022
After the Corona infections declined, many of our former apprentices are again engaged in activities, such as Daniel here in Bihar, North India, where he ran a Vacation School
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Press
Bent, not bound: Journey from slavery to crusade
Times of India
June 12, 2022
‍Jothi doesn’t remember a life before the rice mill she worked in when she was a toddler. “My father used to tell me it was home,” she says. ‍Starting at 4. 30am, her little hands ...
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