By 2023, India’s population is expected to become the world’s youngest; more than 600 million Indian citizens will be under 25 years of age and more than two thirds of the population will be eligible to work. This means that a growing number of India’s youth need the right educational infrastructure to develop skills and adequate opportunities to get employed or become entrepreneurs
Building academic and technical knowledge is not enough , as marginalized youth need inspiration and guidance. No matter how smart we may be academically , the youth need to learn and practice LIFE SKILLS to go along with it . This will help them to cope up with real-life situations . The growth and advancement of a country rely on the development and improvement of youthful personalities .
HaaS Foundations established to Promote areas of Education and Youth Empowerment