Who We Are

About JSS

What We Are

JSS refers to an institute that conducts skill upgradation programme in a non-formal mode in rural and urban regions of a district. All programmes offered under the scheme are based on the polyvalent or multi-dimensional approach.

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Our Values

The major inventions of JSS are Vocational Development Programmes and life long education to the marginalized community in the Nation. The JSS is focusing on collaboration is mainly with Govt. Departments, Universities, Major industries and other Educational Institutions

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Our Mission

To identify the real dependent in the community through the participatory approach and to intervene for the apt solution through the community owned and managed self-sufficient and sustainable livelihoods. Our success journey has started from 2006 onwards under the Nilambur Muslim Orphanage Commitee.

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Our Vision

The enable the marginalised section of the society through grass root level community owned participatory interventions and make them self-sufficient. To ensure equality in gender, development and livelihood life long education, skill and welfare measures of unreached and to lead them a happy life

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Meet Our Council

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Abdu Samad
Vice Chairman
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V Ummer Koya
Director,JSS
Ismail Moothedam
Board Member
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Beena
Board Member
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A P Unnikrishnan
Board Member
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Bushra
Board Member
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Shihab
Board Member
K P Jalseemiya
Board Member
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Venugopal
Board Member
Vijayakumar
Board Member
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Vinod P Menon
Board Member

What They Say

Testimonial

“The training has helped me work confidently anywhere and earn a steady income”

Jinshad M
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"It was my goal to make a great journey after Plus 2. I was unable to do this because my family’s financial situation was poor. Taking the DDUGKY course taught me how to talk and behave well with people"

Hijas Ahammed A
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“ The vocational training in Jss helped me to learn auto repair very clearly only in ITI. The possibilities of practical experiences were very great in Jss, and this made it possible to carry out a good job ”

Ajmal KT
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“ I finished my Ayurveda therapist course at JSS Malappuram. I did this course after 12th STD. This allowed me to develop my various skills and increase my level of confidence. This enabled me to join Ashwani Ayurvedic Medical College & Research Centre Bangalore. The work rewrote my standard of living, then your authorities supported me to the end to attain my goal ”

Abdul Majeed K
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“ It was my goal to get a job after ITI, but I could not achieve it. My practical knowledge was extremely poor. In this situation, I was familiar with the DDUGKY course directed by Jss, they gave both theory and practical courses better than in ITI. It was the turning point in my life”

Arjun MK
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SCHEME OUTLINE

JSS refers to an institute that conducts skill upgradation programme in a non-formal mode in rural and urban regions of a district. It provides both academic and technical resource support to target groups from these areas and serves as an institutional framework that offers non-formal mode skill development programmes to disadvantaged groups. Its initiatives include vocational and skill development programmes for non-neo-literates and individuals having basic level education in both industrial/urban and rural areas and other school dropouts. All programmes offered under the scheme are based on the polyvalent or multi-dimensional approach.



OBJECTIVE THE GOAL OF JSS

To enhance occupational skills and technical knowledge of the non/neo-literates and individuals having basic school education. To raise efficiency, increase productive ability and enhance their livelihood opportunities. To identify and assist traditional skills in the district through skilling/upskilling. To create master trainers who are eligible to work in a department/agency of skill development through training and orientation programmes. To collaborate and coordinate with other departments/agencies who are working in the field of skill development. To widen the range of knowledge and understand the social, economic and political systems and creating environmental awareness. To promote national values and align with national programmes. To promote self-employment and facilitate financial support, including loans for the target group through linkage with credit and consortium membership.