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“Give to every human being every right that you claim for yourself.” ~Robert Ingersoll

        Jagruti Foundation for Rural Development has been established with the motto of reaching out to the below poverty line masses in Rural India by providing them with training and placement programs that help enhance their standard of living for the better. This foundation is a CSR initiative of the PET and commenced in August 2005. With the noble endeavors of few professionals, Jagruti sought to venture into addressing the core problems of Rural India – Poor health, lack of sanitation, illiteracy, unemployment, no proper accommodation, and child labor.  

        Jagruti Foundation has an effective and well coordinated team of professional volunteers, teachers and staff who are committed to work relentless towards improving the standard of living of those living in rural areas. Jagruti seeks to make a huge difference to the social and economic problems faced by the rural population of India with well monitored education system, training and placement programs, improved health and sanitation, advanced agricultural practices, environmental initiatives and social welfare programs for women empowerment. By developing a scalable institutional framework, Jagruti Foundation focuses on poverty alleviation by providing better livelihood opportunities, amenities and infrastructure facilities through innovative skill training and placement programs.

        The foundation seeks to provide skill based training to the BPL youth and place them into the leading hospitality and tourism firms of India. The idea is to cater to the lucrative demand for manpower in hospitality industry. Jagruti has so far trained 3332 and placed 2596 BPL youth into leading hotels, restaurants, airlines, resorts, and clubs of India. This organization plans to train and place 20,000 rural youth in the next 3 years.