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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. Registered under section 80G of Income Tax Act 1961. Soch is a community-based organisation that operates pan India to develop societies in various ways.

New Delhi

PAN India.

1. Harpreet Kaur
2. Suramrit Singh
3. Kamaljit Singh
4. Deepak Raj Singh

To see a community, where people live a positive, wealthy, 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

• Women entrepreneurs
• Aspiring entrepreneurs
• Startup entrepreneurs
• Struggling entrepreneurs
• Tribes of India
• Community based organizations
• Rural education institutes
• Community development associations
• Rural, remote and urban skilled people

• 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

• 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

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