India is home to the largest youth population on earth. Of the 1.3 billion people that live in India, 72% are less than 35 years of age. This unreached people group will lead and shape the course of India over the next 20+ years - one of the largest populated nations on earth, and one of the most unreached and unengaged countries in the world. Investing in this initiative today will have a lasting impact for years to come.
There are around 300 million middle class Indians; the middle class in India are primarily young urbanites. They are educated, prosperous, opinion makers, and hugely influential. We know that new forms of worship, fellowship, and discipleship will be needed to reach these young urbanites.
Identifying the need: Many young graduates in large cities like Delhi find themselves not qualified to enter the "career world", as they lack basic computer and office skills.
Our solution: The Knowledge, Information, and Integrated Training (KIIT) Center. The KIIT Center will meet these needs. The young people trained at the KIIT center are 1) ready to contribute in a modern workplace environment, and 2) attractive first hires for many of the computer-literate companies located cities like Delhi/Gurgaon and Kolkata.
Will you help us expand the KIIT model in North India? Please click here.
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