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Certificate ceremony

I just want to share my feelings about the function – Saturday, 20th February 2010. It was a great day for all at ETASHA, after 6 months we were celebrating the Certificate Ceremony of 8 Batches, CSWC 28, 35, & 3 and CES  5, 6, 7, 8, & 9. About 40 trainees were being awarded […]

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ETASHA Website Launched

At last! ETASHA is going global! Many thanks to Amit and his fantastic team at Paged Up (www.pagedup.com) who have created our beautiful website!  Visit us at www.etashasociety.org where you can see a short video that illustrates why India needs organisations like ETASHA, read about our work, meet our team and some of our trainees […]

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Chinese snakes are off the menu…

I have a fairly advanced evening group whose vocabulary is pretty good and who can communicate well in English; their main problem is pronunciation, one girl in particular, with whom I am making absolutely no progress, despite our meeting twice a week for an hour before class. So I am immersing myself (again) in methodologies […]

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Four years on…

ETASHA is a Delhi based NGO providing vocational and soft skills training for disadvantaged young Indians.  In the short time since our inception in 2006 we at ETASHA have had cause to celebrate many successes: We have gone from operating from a small room with a corrugated iron roof to opening two Career Development Centres, dynamic local hubs […]

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Guiding Young Minds – Article in The Hindu

TODAY’S PAPER » NATIONAL » KERALA July 10, 2009 Guiding young minds Staff Reporter THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: It is one of the most frequently asked questions to children all over the world: “What do you want to become when you grow up?” Answers apart, educationists believe the question can pose a “major existential” challenge to the children. […]

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Ready To Work- The Business Line

Business Daily from THE HINDU group of publications Friday, May 01, 2009 Ready to work Youngsters from disadvantaged sections of society are imparted employable skills to help them enter the organised sector.. Taru Bahl Young and enabled: A session on spoken English skills held at Delhi’s Lodi gardens by Etasha, which works with adolescents from […]

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HT Article

NGO training school dropouts for a better future December 27, 2007  |  RSS New Delhi: “Give a hungry man a fish and he will be satisfied. Teach him how to fish and he will never go hungry again.” Armed with this ideology, Etasha, an NGO in the capital, is training school dropouts in various skills […]

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