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1 A Social Enterprises for Inclusive Growth
Krishi Gram Vikas Kendra ( KGVK) A Social Enterprises for Inclusive Growth KGVK is working towards integrated sustainable development in rural areas Jharkhand through convergent efforts of the Government, Corporate bodies, NGOs, scientific Institutes and beneficiaries since KGVK initiated putting holistic eight pillared theory of Total Village Management into practice by establishing the TVM Gurukul in 2006, a grass root knowledge management hub at Rukka, Ranchi.

2 (World Class training infrastructure and Other Facilities , for all who wish to organize training program at Ranchi. ) It gives me immense pleasure to introduce TVM Gurukul which has the World class training infrastructure and facilities at a reasonable service charge available for use throughout the year at KGVK, Rukka, and Ranchi. The environment and infrastructure availability at KGVK is suitable for conducting trainings and capacity building sessions.

3 TVM Gurukul A path breaking concept in integrated rural development.
Overview : Conceptualized as a Management School at the grassroots level, TVM Gurukul aims to empower village champions- encourage potential entrepreneurship in tribal villages of Jharkhand, focusing on youth groups and women who have demonstrated leadership qualities. Objective : To generate social inclusiveness and provide the socially and economically vulnerable population of rural Jharkhand a chance to be part of the mainstream economy . Services offered : TVM Gurukul focuses mainly on : Entrepreneurship Development programme & Vocational trainings Skill Development Training programme Faculty development support Program in Entrepreneurship development. Barefoot schools trainings, Sensitization workshop for Government officers, Corporate and public organizing Seminar & Workshop and training programs etc.

4 Salient features of TVM Gurukul
Open to all :- Training infrastructure and facilities are open to Govt. Department , Institutions , Corporate Houses , International donor agencies and NGOs . Trainings Halls : - Seven training room and conference room with a capacity of 35 to 125 participants in each. Modern training facility : Each room is equipped with training equipments – Laptops , computers , white board , LCD projection system , Wi-Fi facility , Audio visual Aid , P.A system etc. Library facility : The library acts as a resource centre which is fully furnished and updated information on rural development and other sectors . Rural development Books , journals , Research report , magazines , publications are available in the library . Accommodation Facility: Dormitory with a capacity 80 participants Hostel with a capacity of Participants Guest house with a capacity of 60 Participants 10 Executive rooms on a twin sharing basis Canteen Facility : Supply of Nutritious and healthy vegetarian food through hygienic and clean canteen. Safety and Security : There is also round the clock arrangement for security Nominal Service Charge : - The facilities and services can be availed at a very nominal rate .

5 Visibility Organisation building Guest House

6 Visibility Conference Hall

7 Visibility Training Halls

8 Visibility Executive Guest House Canteen

9 Additional features of TVM Gurukul
A Hub of Demonstration Sites for practical learning and exposure 54 acres demonstration farm which has got agricultural, horticultural, herbal and aromatic demonstration units. Soil Testing laboratory Digital Studio and Mobile Computer Training Unit Poly House & Shed net, each having area of 560 square meter for the purpose of cultivation of exotic vegetables. Five Poly houses , each having area of 128 square meter for the purpose of quality seedling production. One Mist chamber for hardening & culturing of young plant. Drip Irrigation system for efficient use of water & fertigation for 50 acres. Water conservation techniques like sprinkler, Low cost drip etc. Oil extraction and distillation Plant

10 Continued ………. Poly House Soil Testing laboratory
Dairy unit of 80 cows satellite communication based Village Resource Centre. ANM and community health training unit . Gurukul School Rural BPO Centres Shalini hospital and Narayan Soso hospital at Rukka Non-conventional energy units (Solar lights, Solar water heater, Bio Gas plant etc.) Poly House Soil Testing laboratory Non-conventional energy units Rural BPO Training Centre

11 Visibility Gurukul School ANM Training Unit

12 Demonstration Dairy Unit
Visibility Demonstration Dairy Unit Distillation Plant Aromatic oil extraction and distillation plant Demonstration Dairy unit of 80 cows

13 List of trainings we offer
SN Name of the Training Program Duration Target Group 1. Village Leaders (Sparks Training) 5 Days Village youth 2. SHG Training (Two phase- Basic and Leadership) 3 Days SHG member 3. Training on productivity enhancement through existing resources Master Trainer (Weaver, craftsman, tailor etc.) 4. Training programme on enhancing sales skill 10 Days Youth 5. Entrepreneurship Awareness programme 3 days Youth, final year student 6. Entrepreneurship Development Programme for budding entrepreneurs 2 week Potential entrepreneur 7. Faculty Development Programme in entrepreneurship 12 Days Faculty from educational institutions 8. Trainers training Programme in Entrepreneurship development 6Days NGO personnel 9. Soft Skill development (Achievement Motivation Training) 4 Days General 10 Skill Development Training on Mobile repairing Computer Hardware, Rural BPO, Artificial Jewelry, Kantha, Embroidery, Appliqué Work etc 8 week

14 List of trainings we offer
SN Name of the Training Program Duration Target Group 11. Training on Community Engineers 20 days Village youth, 12. Training on Paravet , 13. Off farm Training on Kroiler, Goatery, Dairy, Bee keeping, Mushroom Cultivation, Vermi compost. 5 Days 14. Para Agronomist 15 days Village youth 15. Advance agriculture Practices 3 days Farmer 16. Orchard Management 17. Dairy Management 6 days 18. Para Teachers 21 days General 19. Training on Village Education Committee 2 days Selected member 20. Training of Village Health Committee 21. Capacity Building on RCH, MCH, 4 days Grass root level Govt. Functionaries 22. National level Programme on Health Mid & senior Level Health Functionaries 23 Watershed user Group Training 3 Days

15 Faculty development Training at Gurukul
Achievement Motivation Training (Tower Building) Achievement Motivation Training ( Boat making)

16 SHG training on Group dynamics
Capacity Building Training at Gurukul Spark Training SHG training on Group dynamics

17 Kantha Appliqué Work Training
Skill development Training at Gurukul Kantha Appliqué Work Training

18 Our Past Experience in conducting Trainings
SN NAME OF THE TRAINING PROGRAMME PERSONS TRAINED A. CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT & VOCATIONAL TRAINING 1. Skill Development Training Programme in Rural BPO 60 Repair & Hand pump & Motor Repairing 30 Mobile Hand set Repairing (Hardware & software) 50 Repair & Maintenance of Electrical House hold appliances Computer Hardware Artificial Jewellery Making 2. Faculty Development Programme in Entrepreneurship Development for S&T Institutions 20 3. Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp for final year students of S&T Institutions 379 4. Entrepreneurship Awareness & Motivation training for Silk Reelers 600

19 Our Past Experience in conducting Trainings
SN NAME OF THE TRAINING PROGRAMME PERSONS TRAINED B. BARE FOOT MANAGEMENT SCHOOL 1. Training Programme on Developing skill in Sales of Silk and Handicraft Products 121 2. Training programme of SHG Leaders on Conflict Resolution and Group Dynamics 46 3. Training Programme on Productivity & Quality Enhancement for Master Craftsman/ Weavers 79 4. Advance Training of Master Trainers on Kantha stitching and appliqué work 180 5. Training programme for SHG Members on Business Plan preparation 54 6. Orientation Programme on MNREGA for SHG members 30 7. Training programme on fodder management & Para-vet

20 Our Past Experience in conducting Trainings
8. Training Programme for community leaders (sparks) on Total Village Management (TVM) 90 9. Training programme on SRI 230 10. Training Programme on Vegetable cultivation 67 11. Training programme on Horticulture 11 12. Training Programme on Advanced Agriculture practices 23 13. Training Programme on Vermi Composting 14. Training Programme on Mushroom (Oyster) cultivation 39 C. Two year full time residential programme - ANM Course The course is an initiative to contribute services in the Health sector for extending preventive, promotive & curative health care to the people. The Course is Affiliated by Indian Nursing Council, registered under Jharkhand Nursing Council syllabus of Mid India Board, Nagpur. 3 Batches with overall enrollment of 60 students were successfully completed assured 100 % placement with a starting monthly salary of Rs Batch Students 18 (Secured Placement 100 %) 24 (Secured Placement 100%) 24 ( batch recently completed and Placement in process ) D. Rural BPOs Total 180 youths were given training under BPO and 85 are placed with a assured monthly salary of Rs

21 Computer Hardware Training Incense stick making training
Vocational Training at Gurukul Computer Hardware Training Incense stick making training

22 Vocational Training at Gurukul
Bamboo art craft Mobile Repairing Mushroom cultivation

23 Computer Hardware training Skill Reeling Training
Skill development Training at Gurukul Computer Hardware training Skill Reeling Training

24 FDP Programme supported by NSTEDB Practical Exposure for the Trainees
Faculty Development Programme at Gurukul FDP Programme supported by NSTEDB Practical Exposure for the Trainees

25 Agencies which have availed our services
UNICEF JEPC (Jharkhand Education project Council)Jharkhand Department of Science & Technology Directorate of Handloom Govt. 0f India Handicraft & Sericulture, Govt. of Jharkhand NABARD Jharkhand Central Silk Board Department of Social Welfare, JHARCRAFT Govt. of Jharkhand PRATHAM Department of Road construction, Govt. of Jharkhand CINI BASIX World Vision Department of Rural Dev. CEDPA

26 Feedback fromAgencies which have availed our services
Aruna Agarwal Cambridge Institute of Technology , Ranchi (Sachin Nayak ITI ,Ranchi)

27 Feedback fromAgencies which have availed our services
Prakash Prem Satpathy , ITI Ranchi Dr. Prashant kr. Kar Central Tasar Research & Training Institute ,Ranchi)

28 Website :
Reach us through Postal Address: TVM Gurukul Krishi Gram Vikas Kendra (KGVK) C/o- Usha Martin Limited, Tatisilwai, Ranchi (Jharkhand) Location Address: TVM Gurukul Krishi Gram Vikas Kendra (KGVK) Neori Vikas, Rukka, Ranchi (Jharkhand) Website : (+91) ,

29 KGVK at a glance Legal Status : (Registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860) Registration Number : Bihar Registration No. (1/ ) dated New registration No. at Jharkhand: 370 dated Operation Area : Ranchi , Ramgarh, Palamu, Sareikela- Kharsawan and East Singhbhum district ( Jharkhand) KGVK is working under The Eight Pillars of TVM in 351 villages of the above mention district and has expertise in Natural Resource Management; Resource Mobilization and Infrastructure Development Health, Nutrition & Sanitation; Education; Women’s Empowerment; Tribal development; Energy Inclusion; Formation of SHGs and CBOs ; Capacity Building & Market Linkage; Livelihood promotion and Income generation activities .

30 KGVK at a glance Mission – Vision ----
To contribute to the Millennium Development Goals in the areas of our operation. Mission – To promote among the people of rural Jharkhand sustainable integrated development through partnership and Total Village Management (TVM) that makes a real difference in their lives, creating ownership and igniting initiative and innovation. We believe in integrated rural development which lies in a convergence of efforts of the Government, corporate bodies, NGOs, scientific/ research & development and capacity building institutes and, above all, the community.  This convergence is the P4 Principle of Public-Private-People’s Partnership.  Public – The public sector, along with donors, come forth with project financing. Private – Corporate bodies and NGOs contribute to project initiation and implementation.  People – The people themselves are empowered, through capacity building, to become ‘owners’ of the project, undertaking the responsibility to sustain the development process by themselves

31 Inclusive Growth - Model
The ultimate aim is to develop the selected TVM village in an integrated manner which will include economic development through Livelihood, financial Inclusion and NRM; Social Development through Resource Mobilization and infrastructure development, Capacity building and market linkages , Women Empowerment and other aspects of human development i.e., education, health , drinking water supply etc.

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