Consortium Minorities Association

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    Tax Status: 12A,  80G

Consortium Minorities Association

Plot No. 34, 2nd Stage, 3rd Main, 
Behind Hanuman Temple, Hanuman Nagar, 
Belagavi, Karnataka, 
India -590001

Our Mission

Affiliated to NIOS New Delhi and Vocational Training provider Government of Karnataka, for apparel, tailoring and fashion designing and IT/ITES for various computer courses and Karnataka State. 

Work and Achievements

The CMA’s IAS Academy is a charitable, non-profit, secular and non-sectarian, Registered Under The Indian Trust Act, Income Tax Act and Signed up with Niti Aayog Government of India Under NGO Partnership System registered voluntary organization, (Reg. No. B-KVI- 5/2001-2002 Dated. 12-04-2001) and Standard ISO 9001-2008(QMS) working in Belgaum District Karnataka State. This is Coaching Institute in Belgaum District of Karnataka for all Competitive Examinations such as UPSC/ KPSC/ BANKING AND ALL OTHER CET TO MEDICAL, TECHNICAL & OTHER COURSES.  This is run by M.B. Badbade, Chairman, Senior Retired Government Officer of the cadre of Special Deputy Commissioner and other State Level Officers who are highly qualified and experienced.  The infrastructure for coaching classes is available with all modern equipments.  The courses are conducted throughout the year.  We are conducting Free Orientation Courses for the benefit of OBC and Other Poor Students. And also we are conducting CET Courses for the Professional Competitive Courses.

This NGO has already been VTP registered under SDI Scheme Vide Registration No. 0919145 dated: 16-01-2012, Vocational training for development of modular employable skills (MES) under skill Development initiative scheme (SDIS) scheme in the certification by National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT). Government Certificate in Information Communication Technology 1) ICT101 Computer fundamental M.S Office and Internet 2) ICT102 Tally 3) ICT203 Desk top Publishing 4) ICT205 Computer Hardware. Fashion Designing 1) FAD307 Fashion Designing Grade I.

Fund Utilisation Statement

750 Minority women benefited under self employment programme who trained in apparel made-ups and home furnishing (tailoring and cutting/ sewing machine operator/ various in computer courses)

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