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Community Development Through Polytechnic


India is a vast country with a population of approximately 115 crore. 75% of India's population lives in about six lac villages. There is a visible difference in rural and urban, rich and poor, highly educated and lesser educated, forward and backward areas. While resourceful people, particularly those living in urban areas, have had access to better education and professional training, but vast majority of those who live in rural areas and slums are lesser educated and hardly undergo any technical, professional and vocational training.

In fact, for most of such people, quality education and higher technical and professional education is unaffordable. In terms of career options, such lesser educated and not so fortunate people tend to work in low paid unorganized sector. Per person productivity of such persons works out to be a small fraction of productivity of those who work in organized sector of Indian economy. In an increasingly competitive economic environment of our country, the unorganized sector, which is so important for the country, needs to increase the productivity of its manpower for its survival and growth. Yet another paradox before the Indian informal sector is that it can not afford employing highly educated and professionally trained manpower which usually aspires for highly challenging, rewarding and satisfying career. The only option available before the Indian informal sector is to depend upon relatively low paid manpower trained through nonformal system of skill development. There is, therefore, an urgent need to train millions of persons every year through a countrywide network of non-formal skill development. Such non-formal skill training should attract beneficiaries from all cross-sections of Indian society with special emphasis on SCs/STs, OBCs, women, school dropouts, minorities, physically disabled, economically weaker sections of the society and other under-privileged persons.


The main objectives of the scheme are:

  • To Carry out Need Assessment Surveys to assess the technology and training needs.
  • To Impart Skill Development Training to the intended target groups.
  • To disseminate Appropriate Technologies for productivity enhancement.
  • To provide Technical and Support Services to rural masses and slums dwellers
  • To create Awareness among the target groups about technological advancement and contemporary issues of importance.


Staff List

Name Designation Contact No.
Smt. Sarita Katiyar Chief Coordinator 9412936001
Smt. Manju Bhatt Internal Coordinator 9634223895
Sri Shobhit kumar Chauhan Cashier 9412143437
Sri Brijpal Singh Accountant 9458348810
Smt. Shashi Shah Store Keeper 9758897398
Smt. Vandana Kukreti Community Development Consultant 9997410246
Shri Sidharth Kumar Junior Community Development Consultant 8979425167
Sh. Daya Ram Helper 9760528322

CDTP Centre

S.NO Name of Trainer Name of the Centre Name of the Trade
1. Sri Surender Singh Maidnipur ,Shimla Bypass Dehradun Computer Maintenance
2. Smt. Shiksha Nautiyal Charba, Shaspur, Vikas Nagar, Dehradun Beautician
3. Sri Ankit Sharma House Wiring &Motorwinding/Electrician House Wiring &Motorwinding/Electrician
4. Smt Kanchan Kaul Prem Nagar Dehradun Computer Hardware & Networking
5. Sri Devender Singh Charba, Shaspur, Vikas Nagar, Dehradun Plumbing & Sanitary Works
6. Km Huma Khan Muslim Mohalla, Lakhibagh,Dehradun Cutting & Tailoring

Government Girls Polytechnic, Suddhowala, Dehradun , Uttarakhand-248001