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Title: Vision 2020 : Towards a Healthy, Inclusive and Skilled world

Vision 2020 Towards a Healthy, Inclusive and
Skilled world

Our vision for 2020 is to make India more
inclusive, healthy and skilled
1. Inclusivity
  • The term inclusion implies an all-embracing
    societal ideology. For individuals with
    disabilities and special needs, inclusion secures
    opportunities to learn alongside their
    non-disabled peers. Although establishing truly
    inclusive classrooms might be a tough task,
    parents and teachers approaching it with a
    positive attitude can make vital inroads in the
    right direction.
  • We believe that creating a more inclusive society
    will not only benefit special needs children, but
    also raise a generation of people to be more
    compassionate towards those with different (but
    not necessarily lesser) abilities.

2. Health
  • With increasing population, India is also facing
    a drastic increase in individual health problems.
    Each year, almost 38 million deaths occur in
    India due to non-communicable diseases. 16 out of
    these 38 million deaths occur before the age of
    70, and 82 of these premature deaths occur in
    low and middle-income countries.
  • It is important to provide everyone access to
    healthcare facilities, and make them aware about
    the diseases they might be suffering from. To
    ensure that the underprivileged are not deprived
    of these facilities, organizations like the Ponty
    Chadha Foundation organize regular health and
    food distribution camps. Through such activities,
    the foundation addresses hunger, food security
    and community health for marginalised groups to
    drive them towards socio-economic development and
    a better quality of life.

3. Skills
  • To grow and prosper, the worlds needs a skilled
    workforce. As a result, skill building and
    knowledge development become powerful tools to
    empower individuals and improve their social
    acceptance, and are widely recognized as the
    driving forces behind the financial growth and
    community development of any country.
  • Nearly 4.75 million people join Indias workforce
    annually the challenge here is to provide
    employment to all of them. To achieve that,
    candidates need skills training that can make
    them employable. We need to build institutions
    that can support such skill development
  • In an age where job creation is a challenge in
    itself, it is important that skills are given due
    prominence right at the school level. While we do
    so in our educational institutions, namely
    Genesis Global School and Mata Bhagwanti Chadha
    Niketan, we also train the rural youth to gain
    skills required for an independent livelihood at
    Sardar Kulwant Singh Chadha Skills Academy.
  • Believing in ones talents, abilities and
    self-worth can empower individuals and nations to
    walk down an even brighter path, but feeling
    included, being in the pink of health and having
    the skills to grab each opportunity makes one
    determined and capable to strive for excellence.
    In more ways than one, that is a goal we should
    all aim for.