Vocational education in India aims to develop skilled manpower through diversified courses to the needs of especially the unorganized sector and provide justice to himself-employment skills in people through a large number of self-employment oriented courses. Industrial Training Institutes (ITIS) and polytechnics provide vocational education.
Aware of the fragility of ecosystems and our symbiotic link with it, TSVP has historically applied a systems-based approach to watershed development, focusing on people-centric participatory interventions. With more- than- normal weather variations now being experienced.
TSVP's Sustainable Livelihood Initiative is a model that has helped empower thousands of people, particularly women, in rural parts of India. Through this initiative, TSVP reaches out to the under privileged segment of the population and in doing so, helps as many people as possible at the bottom of the pyramid by providing them with livelihood.
TSVP strength is in its process based approach. TSVP recognizes the importance of involving communities in the design, implementation, management and oversight of community-based initiatives; in particular for the development of community infrastructure, promotion of livelihoods and improving access to health care and education services.