(Year 2018-19)

Project Details

Village Care Society is registered as Voluntary Organization for development, reconstruction and Social work. It is a non-political, Non-Government Organization (NGO).  Village Care Society was registered on 20th  March 2001 under Society Registration Act 21 of 1860 & Registered under Mumbai Public Trust  Act 20 of 1950 on  3rd July 2001 by the devoted group of people working in the field of social work with the main objective of impacting education, vocational education and training to youths, women, and children for increasing their economical stability by generating employment or self-employment for them. Village Care Society has been conducting many seminars for women, youths and old person as well as farmers from time to time especially in rural areas.

Our society is  working in the field of social development and awareness among the common people. It has organized various programmes for the rural and urban people.Our society working for Skill development and have taken initiatives to:

  • Ensure youth emerging from formal education are employable with job or self-employment oriented skills
  • Ensure people stuck in low income jobs in the unorganized segments and can access growth opportunities through up-skilling / re-skilling programmes.
  • Make skilling aspirational for youth

With the above views and aims, the activities related to Higher Education, Technical Education, Skill Development, Agriculture Training, income generation, social awareness, self-employment, capacity building programmers, etc are being under taken by the society from time to time. Our society is carring out various welfare scheme aided unaided of Central and State ministry a well as from other NGOs.

Our Mission

“To involve the have not in the process of development actively, so that they become the equal partners to reap the fruits of development by their active participation and get fare share based on justice, equality and equal opportunities.”

Our Vision

“To bring the rays of hope in the lives of the last man of the society through our moderate efforts, which will bring him out of the darkness of political and social system and show him light of hope.”

Skill Development :

Maharashtra State Skill Development Society (MSSDS) is State Nodal Agency for Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship of Government of Maharashtra. 
MSSDS envisions to make available for the youth of Maharashtra an opportunity to acquire skill that are relevant to the market demand, thus making them readily employable.

MSSDS shall be appointing the Village Care Society as a MOU partner. The MOU partner may choose to become the VTP itself or seek support of the other training partners to conduct and administer the training, however, it is incumbent on the part of industry partner to inform details about agreement with training partners with the standing and ability of such training partner.

In order to facilitate the opportunity to candidates in various geographies of the state, the industry partner shall conduct the training in different locations in the state of which (Location) shall be the main training center. In all the training centers, requisite Infrastructure and expertise as per the norms shall be provided by the industry partner, the details about infrastructure and expertise with changes as per the norms of MSSDS

Skill Development Centers in Maharashtra :

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Skill Centers

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Skill Centers


Brighter’s Skill Academy


Vsure Skill Academy


Bhagyashri Global Skill Solution Pvt. Ltd.


Shewta Professional Fashion Dress Design Training Institute


Church of North India social service Institute


Sachin Coaching Classes




Hazel Skill India


MP Technical Institute


Sun Computer Institute  Kurkheda


Skill Academy. Sillod




Prevail Training Institute


Global Institute of Information Technology & Management


JB Skill Development Institute


Goodwill Seva Sahkari Sanstha. Ltd


Rodge Apparel


Aajeevika Vikas Kendra


Sarasvata Skill Development Center


Badhe Vocational Training Center


Khoman Skill Development Center


Optech Vocational Training Center


Kirti Skill Development Center


Mondal Skill Development Center


Shivchhatrapati Foundation – Village Care Society


Yash Technical Institute, Nandanwan


SKA World Lycee


Nagpur Skill Development Center


Smeeth Skill Development Center


Skill Academy, Jamod


Utkarsh Skill Development Center


Semana Vocational Training Institu


Village Care society


Sati Vocational Training Institute


Loksampada Sanstha


Unique Skill Development Institute


Elite College


Aspire Institute of Innovative Skill


Universal Institute of Skill Development


Renaissance College




Renaissance Industrial Training Institute

Information and Communication Sector

It is the training, which has to take the responsibility of providing them the normal youth so that they develop a positive tendency towards the community and act as torchbearers of the future. The focus of the awareness campaign will not be only on the youth. It will be more towards the family in particular and the community at large. The society will be given trainings through workshops and made aware of importance of computer education and enhance their awareness to spend their son and daughter with great enthusiasm.

Presently we are Vocational Training Provider (VTP) under Skill Development Initiative (SDI) scheme based on National Certificate in Modular Employable Skills programme of National Council for

Vocational Training (NCVT) under Director General of Employment &Training (DGET), Ministry of Labor & Employment, Govt. of India. And Maharashtra State Skill Development Society(MSSDS) under Ministry of Skill and Entrepreneur, Government of Maharashtra. We are training and skilling students in following sectors..


Information And Communication Sector :

  • Computer Hardware Assistant
  • Web Designing and Publishing
  • Account Assistant Using Tally
  • DTP & Print Publishing

Electrical Sector :

  • Electrician Domestic
  • Electrical Winder

Banking & Accounting Sector:

  • Accounting
  • Banking sales Representative
  • Banking Associate

Retail :

  • Sales Person ( Retail)
  • Retail Operations
  • Sales Person (Door to Door)

Medical & Nursing Sectors :

This year we provide skill training in various sectors by our various skill centers, 2101students enrolled their name for these various courses and got training and 99% students have been passed successfully and about 65% student got jobs in various companies and offices and around 14% students starts there entrepreneurship.

More to Education Than Just Books

Owing to the vast variety of career options available to young adults today, Central School of Nagpur ensures that a putative exposure to these multiple choices is given to all children who study within its realms. To help attain a more holistic and rounded development, it is necessary to look beyond books today. Central School of Nagpur offers its students a choice to attain first level of training in various professionals arenas.

Central School of Nagpur

We have started Central School of Nagpur school  from June 2018.This school we are started from Nursery, KG-1, KG-2, Ist and 2nd Class.  The School is affiliated with District Council, Education Department  Nagpur, Under School education Ministry of School Education.Total 65 students enrolled their name for these year.

Sakya Junior College :

We have started Sakya Junior College from June 2017. We are started from 11th and 12th Art, Commerce and Science  faculty In this junior college.  The School is affiliated with District Council, Education Department Nagpur, Under School education Ministry of School Education.Total 96 students enrolled their name for these year.

The admission procedure is conducted in accordance with the rules regulations laid down by the Govt. of Maharashtra. Admissions to Std. XI are given strictly on the merit basis of marks obtained at S.S.C. Examination.

Renaissance College Of Computer Science & Advanced Technology

Education of Computer is Education of Computer is an instrument or mechanism that moulds man in the real sense. Many defect or malfunction of it may possibility lead to breaking the backbone of a nation. Education will lead to confident in themselves, knowledge and understanding. There is definitely a need for intervention in the form of information, knowledge, skills, and awareness through a process of structured education system. In this context it would be necessary to make the educational facilities and provisions accessible to the children and make education attractive to youth.

We have proved ourselves to provide all these things under one roof. We have started  college in small premises now it become bigger.In the first year B.C.A., B.C.C.A., B.Sc.(IT ), B.B.A., PG D.C.C.A. courses affiliated with RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. 365 students enrolled their name for these courses. 78% students have been passed successfully.

We have conducted various programme for the recreation of the student. We celebrate national festivals on Independence Day. The student have celebrate the get to gather programme on the same occasion. Our students also go to various industrial visits. They show their talents through mimicry, mono act, dance etc. On time by time we have conducted Seminars on personality development and many more.

National Conference : Gender Equality & Women Empowerment

National conference on Gender equality and Women Empowerment was held on 6th March 2018 by Maharashtra State Commission for Women. The conference was organised by Renaissance College of Computer Science & Advance Technology in collaboration with the Association of Interdisciplinary Policy, Research and Actions(IPRA).

The conference was held 2 days before International Women’s Day. The conference brought together over 109 academicians and professionals from Maharashtra to share their experiences and researches for mutual learning and improvement. The conference has precious presence of Honoable Dr. Puranchandra Meshram, Registrar of Rashtra Sant Tukdoji Maharaj University(RTMNU),  Honorable Sau. Neeta Thakre, member of Maharshtra State Commission for Women(MSCW) and Honorable Dr. Shailendra Lende, Head of Department of Marathi, RTMNU. The conference structured into four technical sessions dividing the perspective study of participants into Social Development, Health and Safety, Legal and Entrepreneurship & Employment. This structure of conference allowed all participants to present their research papers and involve in practical discussions. 

Feedback from the conference was very positive – participants greatly enjoyed the chance to meet like-minded people from so many countries, the opportunity to network and to learn from one another, and the chance to explore ideas.

Since the formation and development of society for women and men, women have been given second the status of second gender. T his secondary status till today has proved biased for the women in the society and has been oppressing the rights of women as human. But according to science, Gender does not exist. Gender’ is a socio-cultural term referring socially defined roles and behaviours assigned to ‘males’ and ‘females’ in a given society; whereas, the term ‘sex’ is a biological and physiological phenomenon which defines man and woman. In its social, historical and cultural aspects, gender is a function of power relationship between men and women where men are considered superior to women. Therefore, gender may be understood as a man-made concept, while ‘sex’ is natural or biological characteristics of human beings. Most surprising our society has kept the notion before science and have always treated women as a weaker sex and subordinate to men.

The system of patriarchy finds its validity and sanction in our religious beliefs. As a result of Hindu law given by Manu, still in present modern day social structure, few exceptions here and there, women have no power to take independent decisions either inside their homes or in outside world. Socially-embedded problem like gender inequality requires coordinated social policy and long-term measures from any developing state.

As a rapidly developing country, India is plagued with societal issues related to sociocultural hegemony and gender inequality that result in disparities of income and opportunity. Women do 2.6 times more unpaid care and domestic work than men. While families, societies and economies depend on this work, for women, it leads lower earnings and less time to engage in non-work activities. In addition to equal distribution of economic resources, which is not only a right, but accelerates development in multiple areas, there needs to be a fair balance of responsibility for unpaid care work between men and women. Sexual and reproductive rights are critical in their own right. Shortfalls in these multiply other forms of discrimination, depriving women of education and decent work, for example. Yet only 52 per cent of women married or in a union freely make their own decisions about sexual relations, contraceptive use and health care.

The goal of the conference was to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment in all state level programmes, policies and organizational practices for strong, inclusive, sustainable and resilient economic and industrial growth and the effective integration of the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. Growth that is premised on inequality is not inclusive growth. Although there have been significant achievements since, many challenges remain, and women’s socioeconomic disadvantage is reflected in pervasive gender inequalities in earned income, access to productive resources and services, educational attainment, liberty to pursue a profession, property ownership, the ability to obtain credit, and time-use. State recognizes that everyone must benefit from industrial growth, and prosperity should be shared equally among women and men in all countries.

Women constitute half power of the country so in order to make this country a fully powerful country, women empowerment is very necessary. It is empowering women to understand their rights to be independent in every area for their proper growth and development. Women give birth to the baby means future of the nation so only they can better involve in making the bright future of the nation through the proper growth and development of the children. Women need to be empowered instead of treating as a helpless victim of male chauvinism.


Objectives of Conference are:

  • To incorporate stronger commitments towards gender equality including with effectiveness mechanisms.
  • To understand the difference between sexual harassment and gender
  • To analysis the different causes of gender
  • To increase awareness on their legal rights such as POCSO, PCPNDT, Cyber crime
  • To understand Indian penal Code for women.
  • To reduce gender-based inequities in health
  • To improve women’s knowledge on types and extent of gender based violence and its Consequences
  • To develop women Skills for bring team spirit and Self Confidence.
  • To close the gap in opportunities for women and men in the community and workplace.
  • To empower Social Rights, Political Rights , Economic stability, judicial strength and all other rights for wome

Key recommendations:

Increase the ability of women to participate in the labour force by ensuring the availability of affordable child care and equal treatment in the work place. More generally, improving the position of women in society and promoting entrepreneurship generally will have benefits in terms of women’s entrepreneurship.

  • Listen to the voice of women entrepreneurs. The creation of government offices of women’s business ownership is one way to facilitate this. Such offices could have programme responsibilities such as providing women’s business centres, organising information seminars and meetings and/or providing web-based information to those wanting to start and grow a business.
  • Incorporate a women’s entrepreneurial dimension in the formation of all SME-related policies. This can be done by ensuring that the impact on women’s entrepreneurship is taken into account at the design stage.
  • Promote the development of women entrepreneur networks. These are major sources of knowledge about women’s entrepreneurship and valuable tools for its development and promotion. Co-operation and partnerships between national and international networks can facilitate entrepreneurial endeavours by women in a global economy.
  • Periodically evaluate the impact of any SME-related policies on the success of women-owned businesses and the extent to which such businesses take advantage of them. The objective should be to identify ways to improve the effectiveness of those that should be retained. Good practices that are identified in this way should be disseminated and shared internationally.
  • Improve the factual and analytical underpinnings of our understanding of the role of women entrepreneurs in the economy. This requires strengthening the statistical basis for carrying out gender-related cross-country comparative analyses and longitudinal studies of the impact of important developments and policies, especially over time.

Conference Closing :

At the end, Rubina Patel a social influencer in Nagpur was invited on stage. She was felicitated with the event momento and shawl for her work on women’s right. Later, she gave a presentation to explain gender and description. She said that the gender is natural. There is Men, women and third gender. But, gender based description is created by the society. Those discriminations are biased and made purely to control women and stop them from developing.

After her presentation, Mr. Prashant Jambhulkar gave a vote of thanks to all the guests and participants. He also thanked village care society, all staff of Renaissance College of Computer Science & Advance Technology and students for their effort in whole preparation of the conference and ended the conference by expressing his expectation that the discussions and sharing through the research paper would be used at their level to shape the future of the society in the best interest of all the women in the country.

Conclusion :

The empowerment and autonomy of women and the improvement of their political, social, economic and health status is a highly important end in itself. In addition, it is essential for the achievement of sustainable development. The full participation and partnership of both women and men is required in productive and reproductive life, including shared responsibilities for the care and nurturing of children and maintenance of the household. In all parts of the world, women are facing threats to their lives, health and well- being as a result of being overburdened with work and of their lack of power and influence. In most regions of the world, women receive less formal education than men, and at the same time, women’s own knowledge, abilities and coping mechanisms often go unrecognized. The power relations that impede women’s attainment of healthy and fulfilling lives operate at many levels of society, from the most personal to the highly public. Achieving change requires policy and programme actions that will improve women’s access to secure livelihoods and economic resources, alleviate their extreme responsibilities with regard to housework, remove legal impediments to their participation in public life, and raise social awareness through effective programmes of education and mass communication.

Conference Co-Ordinations

 Dr. Shubhada Jambhulkar
Dr. Shailendra Lende
Dr. Jitendra Wasnik
Dr. Ashok Borkar
Dr. Shashi Jambhulkar
Dr. Shyam Koreti Dr. Satyapriya Indurwade

Dr. Priyadarshi
Dr. O. P. Chimankar
Dr. Narendra Bagde
Prof. Shantanu Borkar
Prof. Kushi Dongre
Prof. Sneha Khobragade Prof. Diksha Gabhane

Central Coordination Committee

Prof. Dinesh Dhande
Prof. Swati Gajrlewar
Prof. Akanksha Borkar
Prof. Amol Manekar
Prof. Jeevan Thorat
Prof. Sharadchandra Shrinil
Mrs. Pallavi Jambhulkar

Organizing Committee

Prof. Sanjay Choware
Mr. Sunil Shrikhande
Mr. A. G. Bhivgade
Mr. R S. Bijwe
Mr. Pravin Kadu

Conference Secretaries

Smt. Neeta Thakare
Mr. Prashant Jambhulkar

Bamboo Workshop And Training Program

The proposed area was once well known for the bamboo mat weaving activity. Bamboo mat weaving was the sole source of livelihood for majority of the population belonging to the underprivileged section in the area. The whole family was used to be engaged in this occupation of mat weaving and they never felt need f or migrating to other places or engaging in other labour activities. Such were the golden days of this occupation that nobody in the family ever felt need of seeking any other work outside the village. But, now it has declined so much that only rare families are found to be engaged in this activity and that too restricted to the older people. It has become impossible for the family to meet all their needs by solely depending on mat weaving work. Now, all the younger people are forced to work as a labourer in agriculture and allied sectors in the villag e. Many times they have to migrate to faraway places because of the unavailability of employment opportunity in the vicinity. Nearly all the families have legal status as a bamboo artisan and have permit to avail about 1500 bamboo per year from the forest department at concessional rates. The youth has all the required skills of traditional mat weaving activity but they don’t prefer to engage themselves in it owing to the meagre returns. The cost of bamboo has increased but the value of the output is not proportionately increased. The revival of the occupation is possible with advance technology support and value addition to the existing bamboo mats by processing them into bamboo mat boards. The revival of the occupation will not only solve the employment issue of the engaged youths but also new generation quality bamboo products will be available in the market. The revival will boost up economy of the region and also will provide the renewable source to meet the needs of construction and furniture material which is currently met by the wood.

  • Promotion of Bamboo : Plantation of bamboo will be promoted by providing support to the bamboo nurseries and bamboo plantation.
  • Designs: To trap large market new designs for the bamboo mats will be provided to the artisans. This will be done with the collaboration of various designing.
  • Technology Interventions: To improve the quality of the bamboo mat , better technology in terms of designing and machinery will be provided. This will also ensure greater productivity in shorter duration of time. Tool kit for the bamboo mat weaving will be given to each of the artisans. Local artisans participated in the training programme. They learns varies new mat weaving techniques and designs. Training will be provided to the artisans for their skill enhancement in mat weaving techniques and designs. Artisans will be trained in primary processing of bamboo and operating the required machines.

    The training program done  at Manditola (Kokna), Tah. Sadak Arjuni Dist. Gondia, on 1 January nd to 29th Feb. 2019. Mr. Sandip Ramteke,,Pitamber Tembhurne, Indrapal Raut was the main trainer  in this programme. 30 parents were present on this training.