Primary Health Care is very important in lifes



Primary Health Care is very important in lifes
19April


The foundation commenced its humble pursuit towards skill development around seven years ago with only two computers and nine sewing machines. The passage of time has been underpinned with an accelerated demand and interest in acquiring vocational skills by boys and girls/ladies from in and around the cluster of villages spanning around 25 kilometres radius. Due to this, the foundation has humbly moved forward in its noble objective of imparting vocational training with an infrastructure of 20 computers, 11 sewing machines and four embroidery machines.

Initially there were two approved teachers in the ICT and one in the sewing faculty, which have now grown to four teachers in ICT and three teachers for sewing and embroidery. Some of the teachers currently working here were trained at the Kusum Foundation itself

All appointed teachers work on a monthly salary which is taken care of by Dr. Anand Kumar- who is now working in Union Bank of India (UK) Ltd (a wholly owned subsidiary of Union Bank of India, India) as Deputy Chief Executive & Executive Director in London, UK. As of now the yearly salary outgo comes to over Rs. 3.15 lakhs plus maintenance charge and other incidental expenses amounting to around Rs. 6 lakhs per annum.

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IT and vocational education for Kusum Foundation
14December

IT and vocational education for Kusum Foundation

Inauguration of our New Knowledge Centre to provide IT and vocational education in village Katesar, Chapra, Saran, Bihar on the 14th Dec'08.


Health camp learning session.
8April

Health camp learning session.

Health camp learning session in kusum foundation