Save The Children is  one of India’s biggest NGOs, established in 1919 with presence in 120 countries. Save the Children works for providing equality, equal education, equal nutrition, equal health, equal opportunities, gender equality, and life-saving humanitarian situations and relief during natural disasters to the most deprived children of India.Save The Children is not only a project rather it covers some feelings from heart for those needy students as well. Program itself utilises skill development structure under NSDC, specific module Training, On Job Training, Hands on experience and Placement support to them. It is a complete way to describe employability for needy students. Save the Children India has since achieved the following successes:

  Across the country, we’re inspiring influential public figures to help us put an end to needless child deaths.

  We’re taking healthcare to the impoverished areas of India and have pioneered new ways of reaching communities with simple solutions to malnutrition and child and maternal deaths.

  We’re working in nearly 2,000 communities to shift attitudes towards child labor in agriculture, which employs a third of India’s working children.

Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. In the world, we give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.

Save The Children is a way to provide  employability skills, vocational Training and providing opportunities to the children to make them employable.

SLIEM has successfully trained  many students in remote areas of West Bengal.

Trades covered under this scheme – AC Repairing Technician, Hospitality