Henria Unique Education Centre (HUEC) is an ISO 9001:2015 Certified Charitable, Social Welfare, Skill Development & Educational Organization. The organization has undertaken many skill development training programmes under the Ministry of State Govt. and Central Govt. to work out among poor, needy and down trodden people to eradicate poverty and unemployment in society. Henria Unique Education Centre(HUEC) always given priority to women, SC & ST and school dropout candidates in making them employable . The setting up of Henria Unique Education Centre(HUEC) in 2009 was triggered by the increasing demand of trained manpower for the jobs created in various sectors. It is one of the India’s large vocational training Provider with a goal to train 10,000 (Ten Thousand) people by 2022 through his above 100 Training Centre.
Millions of Indians still live Below the Poverty Line (BPL) and face a number of issues related to health, education and employment. Providing meaningful employment and livelihood opportunities to youth is an absolute necessity to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth given the favourable demographics.
1) Henria Unique Education Centre(HUEC) is also associated with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) of Govt. of India , National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM), Verious (SSDM) Paschim Banga Society for Skill Development (PBSSD).
2) We have eleven PBSSD empanelled Centre in various location all over West Bengal, always engaged ourselves to implement Skill Training and proper Education across all over west Bengal. Training Provider ID -PBSSD/TP/HAUEDUC/264.
3) Henria Unique Education Centre(HUEC) is also Accredited & Affiliated TP ( TP Id-TP008085 ) of Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Bikash Yojna Under Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Govt. of India..
4) Henria Unique Education Centre(HUEC) is also Accredited & Affiliated TP of Verious Sector Skill Council Under Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Govt. of India..
Henria Unique Education Centre(HUEC) focuses on training workforce that takes skill instruction responsibly and contribute in development of high priority projects for government and private authorities.India adds about 12 million people to its workforce every year, out of which only one-fourth are trained/qualified to execute skilled jobs.
To ensure the close of this gap in skills, Government of India has introduced the Skill India Mission that aims to train 550 million people by 2020. Since its launch, the Mission has directed significant attention towards the issue of livelihoods and skill development and has generated considerable support from key players in more than 20 different sectors.
- Health Care Sector Skill Council-General Duty Assistant
- Electronics Sector Skill Council-Field Technician Computing Peripherals
- Tourism & Hospitality Sector Skill Council-F&B Service Steward.
- Automotive Sector Skill Council-Driver Cum Mechanics Level-3
- IT&ITes Sector Skill Council-Data Entry Operator.
- Apparel Sector Skill Council-Self Employed Tailor.
- Agriculture Sector Skill Council – Paddy Farmer , Organic Grower.
- Retail Sector Skill Council – Seals Associate.
- Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council – Assistant Beauty therapist.
- Logistic Sector Skill Council – Transport Manager.
- Automotive Sector Skill Council .
- Domestic Worker Sector Skill Council .
With worlds second largest and world’s youngest population, our country has a vast opportunity to lead the upcoming decades with jobs created under Initiatives like “Skill India” and “Make In India”. We are using this vast workforce in transforming the dream of a good job and better livelihood possible Through below Govt. Projects like –
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) under the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Government of India.
• Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS) under the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India.
• Suryamitra Scheme under the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, Government of India.
• DDU GKY scheme under the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India.
• Seekho & Kamao and Nai Manzil Schemes under the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India.
The most inclusive form of skill development training Henria Unique Education Centre (HUEC)) is focused on is the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) at every level. The targets group for this program would be school dropouts at village level. There are about 68 per cent women learners and male contribute to about 53 per cent of school dropouts. Henria Unique Education Centre (HUEC) is opening hundreds of vocational training centre’s per state across the nation for training as many underserved youth as possible.