Implementing skill development & training programs which improve the employability of the working population including school drop-outs, semi-skilled and un-skilled workers. These programs are designed to have high local relevancy, in-built flexibility and

  • To train young work force with the market savvy skills and provide required competency to the middle aged for enabling them to move up the ladder of growth. When these individuals are up-skilled in the current economic space their chances of acquiring better employment opportunity increase

  • Promote and support Self-Help Groups by convergence with other institutions.

  • Work with Forest Based Livelihood - NTFP ( Non timber forest products)

  • To develop understanding about skill development, skill training, employment (both wage / self) and livelihood improvement

  • Provide market linkage for agricultural and NTFP products.

  • Women’s empowerment through livelihood enhancement- This will focus on enhancing the capacities of rural and urban disadvantaged young women to improve their livelihood potential by imparting financial literacy and building entrepreneurial capabilities.

  • Education for underprivileged children.

  • Work for the society and provide selfless service with honesty

  • PSDECS approach to livelihood includes reducing economic and social vulnerability by enhancing employability, skill-building and vocational guidance to help increasing income and earning potential, increasing awareness of government entitlements through rights advocacy and focus on augmenting rural income using improved and sustainable agricultural practices.


We fully recognize that humankind faces a critical challenge in protecting the global environment. Our entire life support system is dependent on the well-being of all the species living on earth which is commonly termed as the biosphere. The biosphere refers to one global ecological system in which all living things are interdependent and for its protection we need do –

HABITAT PROTECTION- It is a management practice that seeks to conserve, protect and restore habitat areas for wild animal and plants, especially conservation reliant species, and prevent their extinction, fragmentation or reduction in range. It is a priority that cannot be easily characterized in terms of any one ideology. For this we –

  • Need to focus on protection of umbrella species such as Tiger. As it represents the health of our ecosystem

  • Increase the tree cover and save forest

  • Work with forest-dependent communities living near protected forest Areas to consider alternate livelihoods and work on resource management combined with conservation.


There are number of people severely deprived of at least one of the essential goods and services they require to survive, grow and develop. Some regions of the society have more dire situations than others, but within our society there are broad disparities – between urban and rural areas. We are aiming to alleviate poverty by

  • Educational – to establish, run, maintain or assist any educational or other institution for providing schooling, coaching, guidance , counselling or vocational training or to grant individual scholarships for poor, deserving and needy students for elementary and higher education.

  • Relief for the poor – to give financial or other assistance in kind by way of distribution of books, notebooks, cloths, uniforms, or meals for the poor and indigent and to the persons suffer due to natural calamities.

  • PSDECS vocational projects have been uniquely focused on the entire spectrum of training, employment, and entrepreneurship and market linkages, making their products inclusive, accessible and affordable.