Mumbai Navratri Festival begins Navratri, Naata Foundation, ventured into new project with vocational education session for youth and people to take up skilled craft employment

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    Mumbai: On auspicious Navratri, Naata Foundation, ventured into new project with vocational education session for youth and people to take up skilled craft employment

    NAATA FOUNDATION, on the auspicious occasion of Navratri, ventured into a new project with vocational education session, that grooms youth and people to work as a technician or to take up employment skilled craft. They have started computer classes for tribal and slum youths to help them develop skill sets which will eventually help getting jobs.

    They also forayed into online Spoken English classes for these students. Their 1st Batch will start it’s 1st class From Monday.
    Their online teaching is spreads to all the slum schools of their projects and they feel blessed to have a very good set of teachers who are so committed towards their job and students are enjoying the classes.

    Mrs Anuja Saha, Chairperson requests one and all to be part of it and to follow them on the social media platform i.e.Facebook and Instagram by the name of Naata Foundation and also to be part of this education mission with them.

    Aspiring people can always inbox us and the Foundation will reach out to them.

    A Brief introduction on Navratri:

    Navratri, also called Durga Puja, in Hinduism, is a major and significant festival held in honour of Goddess Durga for Nine Days. It culminates with Dussehra (also called Vijayadashami) celebrated on the 10th day. Ladies are attired in true traditional sarees during the nine days festival and pay obeyance to the Goddess with traditional dance.

    Story courtesy: Mrs.Anuja Saha
    Chairperson, Naata Foundation

    News Edit by K.V.Raman

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