Soch Trust enables entrepreneurs with sustainable business strategy, branding and marketing including digital marketing for social enterprises to succeed in any economy.
‘Soch’ is a non-government organisation (Trust) founded on the fifth day of January 2013 with registration number IN-DL64116596538323L. Soch is a community-based organisation that operates pan India to develop societies in various ways.
AREA OF OPERATION
1. Harpreet Kaur
2. Suramrit Singh
3. Kamaljit Singh
4. Deepak Raj Singh
To see a community, where children, women, youth and men live a positive, healthy and happy life style.
‘Soch’ is formed to:
• Reduce displacement of rural population.
• Promote artistic skills, regional products and agriculture.
• Connect rural world with urban world and vice versa.
• Utilise the best of both of the worlds to provide dignified source of income.
• Preserve and promote the cultures.
• Generate employment.
• Encourage entrepreneurship.
• Promote human rights in businesses.
• Reduce e-waste by utilising old smart phones and tablets.
• Prevent environment with the use of solar-power based products, like chargers, etc.
• Bridge the gap between skills and industry demand.
• Identify, educate and grow the potential of Indian masses
• Work with Government and citizens to contribute for the betterment of the society
• To promote socio-economic development and status of women, children, youth and men in community settings adopting behavioural change communication strategy.
• To impact rural, urban, remote and in between worlds to build a better world together.
‘Soch’ is formed to:
• Develop skills among youth, by providing skill-based training,
• Develop business strategies and implement for the industries those need it,
• Provide direction to the masses promoting any good cause,
• Build trust with strong implementation of strategies and projects
• Advocacy and sensitisation
• Behavioural Change Communication (BCC)
• Community based care
• Youth friendly programs
• Training peer educators
• Health targeted programs
• Tribes of India
• Community based organizations
• Rural teachers
• Traditional, religious and community development associations
• Policy makers: local, state and national level
• Health care activities in urban areas and jhugi areas surrounding urban areas that include free health camps and awareness programs.
• Vocational training: programs are organised for specially-abled students to build skills and make them profitable.
• Training programs for groups of 25 to 30 women in sub-rural areas.
• E-learning modules for rural areas
• Labour development: worked with civil contractors and construction labour to impart skilled training
• Artisans’ development program: organizing artisans into self-help groups, promotion of savings and credit activities, and small businesses development through microfinance
• Farmers’ development program: bring mandis to them and training them to market their produce
BENEFITS ATTAINED FROM DIFFERENT PROGRAMS
• Increase in skilled workers
• Hubs of trainers, workers, marketers, planers, designers at different places
• Self sustained industries
• Creating entrepreneurs
• Increase in employment
• Increase in real goods and services
• Increased purchasing power
• Increase in consumption of other commodities
• Growth of other industries
• Growth of the region (rural/urban)
• Development of the culture of the region, thereby, culture of India
• Increase in tourism
• Overall growth and development in all spheres of lives
• Increased peace and prosperity
• More independent industries
• Decrease in rate of forced migration
We have physical presence in India and Digital presence globally.
Pearls Omaxe, NSP,
New Delhi 110034