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About us

Infimind Educare Foundation (IEF) is the CSR arm of Infimind Institute of Skill Development Private Limited which will primarily focus on boosting the skills through need based training programme to create livelihood opportunities among the students, youth, girl child, women and other underprivileged section of the society. Sector specific knowledge and skill enhancement are the two important key to become expert thus increase performance through more productivity of every business and establishments. It is vital that employers from both public and private sectors, have the workforce they need to enable them to grow and prosper in a global economy; employers and learners need skills and training provision to be both relevant and of better quality. There is a need to recognize the importance of creating a hybrid Education system that prepares individuals for the world of work, providing them with skills related to a specific industry, trade, or occupation.

Infimind Institute of Skill Development has an expertise and pool of resources and has conducted skill development programme on various topics for 1000 students so far across India. It has also worked with various other industries and corporate while providing them skill enhancement related services as per customized requirement. Infimind Educare Foundation has planned to extent support and work with various like minded organizations to provide maximum benefit to the community. Infimind Educare Foundation has also planned and started to work with some local NGOs to enhance the skill of their team members and community people.

Infimind Educare Foundation (IEF) is registered under Section 8 Companies Act 2013 on 26th August 2020 to enhance employability through need based vocational and skill development training programme for the youth (both girls and boys), women, working professional, workers, underprivileged people at urban, semi-urban and rural India. It will also focus to provide required training and skill upgradation among the marginalised people who would require training on a sector specific necessity. The aim is to have a working population that is fully active in the labour market, appropriately qualified and equipped with skills to innovate and contribute to the prosperity of our nation.

In the present pandemic situation, unemployment is one of the latest burning issues; the current data said that it is about 150 million people who have lost their livelihood directly or indirectly triggers the unemployment issue nationwide. This is a global economic disaster, and every industries are redefining their business strategies, which is therefore mostly required new skillset for all the professional to cope with this changing work pattern. However, Infimind is planning to join hands with the corporates, local NGOs, and related government authorities to work together towards best possible solution to achieve the market requirements. Apart from the formal sector, we all know that informal sector has been badly affected by the pandemic, so to restart the informal economy, up-skilling and re-skilling would be one of the major priority.

Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development in a country. The National Skill Development Mission launched by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship on 15th July 2015, aims to create convergence across sectors and states in terms of skill training activities. This Campaign aims to train over 400 million people by 2022. Hence, this is already a priority set by the Government of India. On the other hand, the National Education Policy 2020, which was approved by the Union Cabinet of India on 29th July 2020, outlines the vision of India’s new education system. The new policy replaces the previous National Policy on Education, 1986, the new policy aims to transform India’s education system by 2040. Through introducing vocational and skill training to the children since their early age to gain more practical knowledge which would be beneficial for their future. The mode of delivery could include full or part-time study at a tertiary college or independent training provider and through apprenticeships with employers where students gain nationally-certified skills relevant to their industries.

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Our mission is to provide skilled training to the youth of the Society thereby empowering them to Skill/UpSkill their knowledge.  The core vision of the Foundation is to ensure that all people be it in Urban, Semi Urban or Rural areas can acquire the necessary skill sets that will enable them to be meet the industry requirements or help them in their journey of self employment.

Our Objective

Infimind Educare Foundation strives to provide affordable, and quality education to each and every individual who is looking at either building their career from scratch, want to upskill, or just want to add another feather to their cap!


To Educate, Enrich and Empower the youth by imparting the necessary skill sets that are in need in both the national and international markets in various sectors such as Information Technology, Digital Marketing, Health Care, Retail, Soft Skills and related segments.

Skill Development and Employment Opportunity Scenario in India

India, with over 50% of its population under 25 years of age, and being the 5th largest economy, is one of the youngest and fast-growing nations. In contrast, formal workforce contributes only to 2% of the overall workforce in India. Formal workforce is Japan contributes to 80% of its workforce, and the same in South Korea is a whopping 96%.

It is predicted that by 2022, India will face a dearth of 500 million skilled workers across all sectors, thereby allowing a huge potential for skill development. This only shows that there is a huge gap between the supply and demand of skills required by the economy.

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