Amogh is a charitable foundation aiming to provide appropriate support to different segments of our society, especially in the area of dignified living, life skills and work skills acquisition.
Work and Achievements
It all began in September, 2012 with a few like-minded people getting together, the focus of their attention being Special children who have completed 18 years of age. Inspired by the work being done by AMBA CEEIC, Amogh decided to adopt computerised data entry as its first project - Project Deeksha.
Deeksha was inaugurated in June 2013. With a group of 13 students in its first year, Deeksha made a fine beginning.
Pragati–is the work centre at Amogh. After completing their training in Deeksha, the students who have attained sufficient proficiency are inducted into ‘Pragati’. The trainees gain practical work exposure on computers. They work as a group and deliver on assignments.
Ananya – A new venture into product making ‘Ananya’ has also been started to cater to unique skills and interests of each student, aid their holistic development and empower them to be self-reliant.
The products made are: Ecofriendly Leaf Plates and cups, Note books, files, folders, door mats, candles, diyas, greeting cards, paper roll products and recycled coconut shells.
The training programmes of Amogh are free of charge.
Amogh’s immediate plan is to scout for various work options to cater to 30 students. Over a period operationally involve parents group to run the Centre and replicate such work centres in different locations through collaborative effort.
Fund Utilisation Statement
For imparting training to differently able children in data entry operations on computers, digital transcription, scanning and non-computer activities including craft work and eco-friendly leaf plate making by use of machines.