Animeria is indulged with the government to help build a workforce in India by providing necessary skill sets to Students, Working Professionals, Government Employees etc in their respective fields of work. Animeria is actively participating in government programs centered around delivering education and training to schools, beneficiaries of government programs, members of underprivileged societies and employees of government organizations.
Animeria has been working closely with the central and state governments, PSUs and other government organizations in India, to help them tackle their manpower challenges.
Animeria provides training in the following sectors:
Corporate Social Responsibility is a management concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and interactions with their stakeholders.The purpose of corporate social responsibility is to give back to the community, take part in philanthropic causes, and provide positive social value. Businesses are increasingly turning to CSR to make a difference and build a positive brand around their company. Social responsibility is the responsibility of an organisation for the impacts of its decisions and activities on society and the environment, through transparent and ethical behavior that contributes to sustainable development, including the health and the welfare of society.
Animeria offers Education and Employment Enhancing Vocational Skills Solutions which are specifically targeted at under-served children and youth. In partnership with PSUs and Private Organizations whose CSR mandate includes education and skilling, we create custom offerings that mobilize students, train them in the areas which have been mutually agreed on and then place them in private sectors. The advantage of this to corporate is that they do not need to focus on the non-core area of sourcing and training.
The services offered by Animeria are as follows:
1) Setting up captive Skill Training Centers in locations of interest to the corporate, typically urban slums and villages
2) Sponsorship of students including specific profiles such as SC/ST, Girls, BPL, People with Special Needs, etc.
3) Setting up of Award winning Hole-in-the-wall learning stations to bridge the digital divide.