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Mother’s Day: ETASHA Interacts with Mothers of Trainees

  To celebrate Mother’s Day this year, we met the mothers of some of our trainees and spent an afternoon talking to them about the changes they’ve seen in their children as a result of our work with them, how they feel about their children’s growth, and what they would like to proudly share with […]

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Accenture Employees Volunteer at ETASHA Centre

  By Sanchari & Umesh A good cause is lucrative and meaningful in so many ways. Therefore, we, volunteers from Accenture, are striving to do something rewarding here at ETASHA – easing the workload of the dedicated faculty by helping the trainees enhance basic skills in math, computers and spoken English On our first visit […]

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ETASHA Stories: Shashi

By Neha Abraham Meet Shashi, a 20-year-old ETASHA trainee from Mayur Vihar phase III, Delhi. Shashi Bala is the eldest of six siblings. Her mother works at a factory fixing zippers on bags and her father is a dhobi. Every day she leaves for her CPCTT (Certificate Program in Computer Teacher Training) classes after cooking for […]

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ETASHA Trainee Goes to Slovenia

By R. Nithya Himanshu Shukla, 20, remembers hanging out with his friend on an afternoon when he received a phone call from ETASHA Society. It had been a few months since he finished the program on Customer Service and Work Culture (CSWC) from ETASHA’s Career Development Centre in Tigri (south Delhi), so the call was […]

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Helping Youth Deal With Anger

  By R. Nithya He had a job, true. He also had enough money for his family to survive in the resettlement colony of Dakshinpuri in South Delhi. But Raj Kumar, now 26 years old, wanted more. Not more money, but something more important and rather more difficult to earn. He wanted respect. “I never […]

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“It’s All About the Trainees”

By Katja Polc An early morning. Days are slowly becoming more pleasant and I love the blast of freshness in the air which helps me to get out of the bed.  My day starts with the usual first morning voice of our very own vegetable-seller who shouts on top of his lung in a dynamic […]

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