Youth forms one of the most vital groups of the society. But the real potential of this section remains dormant especially when the youth are deprived of education and skills. For mainstreaming the vulnerable youth in the mainstream of society, the organisaiton has recently taken up the task of capacitating drop-out youth through skill development. Eligible drop-out youth have been identified from the villages and linked to the training centres of the organisation to undertake skills building programs. These include: • Driving and four-wheeler mechanism • Electric work • Plumbing • Carpentry • Jewellery making • Tailoring and embroidery, • Apparel and garment manufacturing, • Beautician • Mushroom Cultivation and Vermi Compost Production. After completing the courses, the trainees are also guided to find suitable employment or undertake self-employment. The task is aimed at reducing the vulnerability of the youth by enabling them to access skills and a sustainable income. The agencies like Ministry of Rural Development, GoI, FVTRS, Bangalore and UKSVK have been supporting the organisation to empower the vulnerable youth.
Skill developmment in Classical Dance form
MSS each year organise a Bharatnatyam summer dance residential camp for the poor and marginalised target groups from its perdefined areas. The participants undergoes for an intensive one month training every year, for a batch this course will be completed in 3 years. So school going girls can apply for this summer dance course during vocations
It was in the year 1977 that, under the inspired leadership of Rt. Rev. Patrick Nair, Bishop of Meerut, Meerut Seva Samaj (MSS) was established. It was properly registered, under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 at Lucknow on July 1, 1977.
Meerut Seva Samaj