Guest Lecture Session was organized at Daksya Academy, Indirapuram for the students of Mobile Repair Technician program. Mithlesh Kumar, TechnicalManager ,Karbonn Mobile (Jaina Marketing & Associates) shared the challenges and opportunities in the mobile services industry and encouraged the students to enhance their learning by taking up real life projects.
Daksya Academy encourages creativity and critical thinking by using activity based learning tools in the classroom . Students of MRT batch 8 performed Live Service Center activity, to understand the challenges and pressures being faced by the service staff in a “Mobile Repair Service Centre”
Skilling for Women Empowerment
Daksya Academy puts a high thrust on" Skilling for Women Empowerment". In its latest initiative, more than 4000 women are learning SELF EMPLOYED TAILOR program (under the HSIIDC project) across 28 Daksya Academy Silai Centers in 5 districts of Haryana. The students are getting exposed to various stitches and fabrics, and are learning to use them to stitch different kind of garments for their family and friends.
Daksya Academy has "Recognition" as one of its core value systems. Good performances at the classrooms are appreciated by giving "Recognition Cards" to the deserving students. This leads to positive reinforcement and high motivation among the students, thereby improving their overall performance.
Mr. Harish Patwal having 15 years experience in top brands( Pizza Hut ,Mc Donald’s) shared his rich learnings with the CSE students(batch 9 and batch 10) in an engaging session. He shared the key personality traits that are required for success in the Hospitality sector, and how the students should prepare for the same.
Signing a MoU with UPSDM
Daksya Academy is proud to announce signing a MoU with UPSDM for conducting placement linked skilling program for rural BPL youth under the MORD sponsored DDU-GKY program. Daksya Academy will train students from Hapur, Bulandshahr, Kanpur Dehat and Muzaffar Agarwal and support with them sustainable jobs in the Electronics, Hospitality and Apparels sectors.
Future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. Daksya Academy students start their skilling program by scripting their dream page. Every student writes her dream in her own creative way. This dream page sets the tone for dedicated hardwork at the Academy leading to an exciting career ahead.
Activity based learning
Creative Learning is important part of developing classroom environment , that can bring out the best in students , Daksya Academy promoting creativity with in Curriculum .Students of Self Employed Tailor program at Various Centers are engaged in doing fine embroidery work , frock making and drafting as a part of their activity based learning schedule.
Activity Based Learning
Students of Mobile Repair, Batch 7, participated in a Fault Tracing and Troubleshooting activity for a Smartphones. It was a fun learning activity with lots of learning for students. Our Students appreciate the Activity Based Learning tools being used at Daksya Academy, and are asking for many more. Thank You Ravi Sir, for your tireless innovative efforts to enhance learning! !!
Mr Lokesh Chauhan, General Manager Trio Mobile Max Mobility Private Limited met students of Mobile Repair and inspired them to pursue a career in Mobile technologies. He also discussed the need and importance of Digital Transformation in Businesses and how it relates to the mobile industry.
Ms. Lilawati, an industry expert in stitching, shared her experience with Batch 8 students of Sewing Machine Operator course. In her interaction with the students, she encouraged students to join export houses for a challenging and rewarding career in the Apparel sector. The Apparels Sector is poised for excellent growth in the coming years, and there will be tremendous opportunities for the deserving professionals.
Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna has come as a shot in the arm for young India. In another success story, Daksya Academy’s Mobile repair course student Chander Shekhar, was hired as a Service Engineer at TPF Technologies at a starting salary of Rs. 16,000 per month. We are proud of him and wish him lots of success.
After doing some odd jobs, Saroj joined Daksya Academy’s PMKVY Sewing Machine Operator course and since then things have only started looking up. In the Daksya campus placement, Raj Laxmi Export House hired Saroj and she’s now working there as Link Machine Operator. And thanks to the training and guidance at the Daksya Academy, Saroj has now taken the first step to secure her children’s future.
Mohit always knew he's good with machines but didn't know how this could give him a career. But after getting introduced to Daksya Academy's PMKVY Mobile Repair Technician's course, Mohit now has new found hope and aspiration. After completion of the course, Mohit has been recruited by BlackBerry Mobile Service Centre as a Mobile Technician. And Mohit knows this is just the beginning of a new life.
Mr Deep Pant ,CEO of B2X shared his experience with the students of Mobile Repair course. He encouraged them to build a career in the mobile services industry, which is poised for extraordinary growth in coming 5 years. B2X has recently signed an exclusive deal with Google for servicing their PIXEL 2 handsets. B2X and Daksya Academy are exploring possibilities to collaborate in the handset repair segment
Despite being a girl born to a lower middle class family, Kiran wanted to have a career of her own, so that she can support her family.The PMKVY Sewing Machine Operator course at the Daksya Academy has opened that window of opportunity for her.Armed with all the tricks of Apparel industry, Kiran got placed at Raj Laxmi Export House as a Link Machine Operator. She still can’t believe her luck and credits the success to the Skill trainers at Daksya.
Nitish Kumar is the son of a farmer, and comes from a small village. After completing the Counter Sales Executive course at Daksya Academy, he got an opportunity to work with PizzaHut. Nitish Kumar has been awarded “Employee of the Month” for 2 consecutive months.We are proud to celebrate his achievement, and wish him all the success for a great career in the Hospitality Industry.
In a country obsessed with having a male child to complete the family, Neetu and her younger sister were brought up without any gender bias by their lower middle class parents and remarkably so. Today Neetu has made her parents proud and achieved more than what her parents could ask for from a son. Neetu is ambitious, determined to make it big in life. Daksya Academy's Counter Sales Executive course gave her the perfect launching pad to start her career - Neetu has been hired by PVR CINEMAS Cinemas after the completion of her course. This is only the beginning to a long and successful career.
Mahfooz didn’t have the financial backing to pursue his dream to study and make it big in the Electronics sector. But PMKVY’s Mobile Repair Technician course at Daksya Academy opened doors for him that Mahroof never thought was possible. Armed with the deep knowledge of mobile repairing techniques during the three-month course, Mahfooz has now been hired by BlackBerry Mobile India service center as a Service Engineer.
World Tourism day
#WorldTourismDay is commemorated each year on 27 September. The purpose is to spread the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic value. Daksya Academy students decided to celebrate the occasion by extending a special welcome to the visitors of the AkshardhamTemple.
It has been Daksya Academy's endeavour to have close industry interaction. And we've been humbled by the industry's overwhelming response to Daksya Academy's Skill Training. Recently we played host to Nitin Srivastava, General Manager (HR), PVR and and his team. And it was a proud moment for us when PVR hired five PMKVY Hospitality students during campus interviews.These recruitment happened during the Campus Placements that were organised by SKILL GRID, a wonderful initiative of Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council connecting the certified students with prospective employers. Monika Narang, Assistant GM-Industry Connect from Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council, also graced with her presence.