27th November, 2023 is a historic day in the journey of KEATS. The objective of skilling and employing the economically underprivileged rural youth has fructified with the commencement of training program at the SKILL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE at Ambarupeta, near Nandigama in erstwhile Krishna dt. This has been possible only due to the persistence and continuous efforts of our Managing Trustee Mr YS Subrahmanyam for the past three years.

The infrastructure in the RCC building of 13,500 sft consists of:

  • An administrative office
  • Counseling room
  • Computer Lab with 40 work stations and laptops
  • Two classrooms with teaching aids
  • Two domain labs with necessary equipment
  • Two separate dormitories for boys and girls
  • Pantry and dining area

A Center Manager along with support staff have been recruited for running the centre.

After due diligence, the course selected was Patient Relations Associate in the health sector. The first batch comprised 50 beneficiaries (of both genders) and was divided into two groups. KEATS is fortunate to have M/s Bollineni Medi Skills (under Kamineni Research Foundation) as training partner. They will be providing high-quality customised training experience.

The residential program of 60 days (480 hours) will be completed by end January, 2024. A second batch of similar strength will be imparted training from February, 24.

We are extremely grateful to Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd, Hyderabad for providing funds of Rs 40.00 lakhs towards training costs of the first two batches of 100 trainees. We are heartened that M/s IDRF (India Development and Relief Fund) has approved a grant of $50,000 for training another 2 batches.

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