Skill Training and Employment for persons with Orthopedic Disabilities in INDIA

More we give importance to skill development, the more competent will be our youth - Shri Narendra Modi

Do you know someone from India who could benefit from a job and has a movement disability?
Do they want a job & want to earn enough money to support their family and invest in a good future?
According to the Census of 2011, there are 26.8 Million Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in India and 5,48,418 people suffer from orthopedic or movement disabilities in Maharashtra. 

Even though, PWDs are a significant percentage of the population of India, they face considerable challenges when looking at educational development and in gaining meaningful employment. Hence our project is focused on giving FREE artificial mobility aids to people with Movement Disability in India and helping them gain employment.
We provide free Jaipur foot, calipers, crutches and prosthetic hands, thereby enabling the beneficiaries to walk and move independently. The physical and emotional rehabilitation of the beneficiary ensures that they become earning members of society and are self-reliant. We facilitate skill training for the beneficiaries in partnership with local training institutes. 

Skill Training

This model enables us to rehabilitate our beneficiaries both physically and economically.

The beneficiaries are

  • Interviewed,
  • Put through effective grooming classes,
  • Computer training,
  • English training,
  • Resume building,

and then are assisted with job placements.

These trainings ensure that they have been trained as per industry standards and can be absorbed by different companies.

The skill training period takes anything between 3-6 months depending on how many trainings and classes a candidate needs. The learning pace of everyone is different, and we cater to individual needs to bring about the best outcome. Our expectations from candidates that sign up for the program is that they fully commit to it., ensure optimum attendance and are fully cooperative.

Every candidate that enrolls should be self-motivated and driven to get a good job to support themselves and their family.

Eligibility criteria to apply:

  • Applicant should reside in India
  • Should have a movement disability
  • Should be between 18 to 40 years of age
  • Should have studied at least up to 8th standard
  • Should be willing to travel around India
  • Will agree to attend an interview at our office, give us factual information and will send periodic reports once admitted into the program.


View our Report on Skills Development Training Program for Orthopedic disabled - Click Here!

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  • "My whole family visited the Jaipur Foot Center; the lead person explained how the Jaipur foot is designed for a specific patient; once designed, how it is tested and refined to perfection for maximum mobility, convenience, and comfort of the patient. In fact, the main technician was himself a recipient of a full leg prosthetics from RNCT. To our surprise, he demonstrated the utility and flexibility of this prosthetic by jumping off from a high stool without any trouble. We also visited other projects including Food for Education, Garment Distribution, and Vocational training for underprivileged children. We came away with a sense of gratitude for RNCT for the profound nature of the charitable work they perform on a daily basis. We look forward to future opportunities to contribute to these and other noble causes of RNCT."

    Kunal Shah
  • "The visit to Jaipur Foot Center was very wonderful and heartwarming experience for me. I saw first-hand the fitting of Jaipur Foot on the patients which enabled them to walk and be independent. Some of the patients and their families had travelled far distance. The patients were mainly from the economically under privileged group who could not afford these expenses on their own. The staff at the center was very courteous, helpful, knowledgeable and dedicated to serve the patients.I applaud the Mobility project and Food for Education activities of RNCT to uplift the human spirit. The smiling faces of the beneficiaries as they were leaving the center said it all.

    JItesh Vora
  • “ Our visit to the Jaipur Foot Center, was an extremely rewarding experience for my wife and me. Ashaben briefed us; about how they reach out to different communities to identify candidates needing Jaipur feet or Caliper; the Manufacturing Engineer, explained the materials and process that goes into the making of the Prosthesis. She explained why customization is needed for a smooth transition from the remaining limb to the Prosthesis. A young man, who had lost his leg in a road accident, told us his story and showed us, the use of the Jaipur Foot. Mobility that these devices provide is a tremendous gift to the recipient as well as the family and society as a whole.”

    Shirish Shah
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