• Jain Textiles powering rural enterprise in Gharounda, Haryana, with skilled women trained at PMKVY centres.
• LabourNet’s mega job fair held at Mangalore: Out of 700+ participants, 300+ were shortlisted by 65 companies.
• 70 employers select vocationally skilled school pass outs across Haryana.
• Inaugurated training for construction mason as part skills initiative by MORTH.
• Over 30 widow trainees participated in the International Widow day program organized by Rotary India Literacy mission, presided over the by Hon. Vice President Shri Venkaiah Naidu.


LabourNet is a social enterprise that enables sustainable livelihoods for disadvantaged men, women and youth in urban and rural areas. Our three-pronged engine integrates social and business impact by bridging the gaps in Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship.

We focus on formalizing the informal by improving the socioeconomic status of people associated with unorganized value chain. This is achieved through skilling interventions, facilitating wage/ self-employment and entrepreneurship by bringing together all the stakeholders: large, small and medium enterprises, corporates, government, individuals and educational institutions.


LabourNet is uniquely poised to create social impact while delivering business value to all stakeholders of the livelihood eco-system. Our solutions are powered by our combined capabilities in employability and entrepreneurship, capacity building, project implementation and impact consulting. Primarily targeted at the corporates, schools, individual and government, our solution stack is backed by our experience and expertise in 28+ sectors and massive scale in over 60+geographic clusters in 23 states and 5 union territories of India.


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Balachandran Warrier
CEO, Manipal Foundation
Education without Specific Skill sets is like an Empty container. They should go hand in hand for individual and community well- being” This philosophy has enriched our partnership with LabourNet , each complimenting the strength of the other.Results are most gratifying, encouraging us to scale up our activities, touching the lives of thousands of marginalised youth and women, Pan India.
Vivek Prakash
General Manager, CSR, Jubilant Life Sciences
JBF has partnered with “LabourNet” a social enterprise for a focused approach to impart specialised training around its manufacturing locations across country. This partnership is yielding positive results in employment generation for trained skilled rural youths and offering a sustainable model of skill development that shapes them into entrepreneurs. In the last two years of partnership with LabourNet, we have observed that the centres are becoming self-sufficient day by day and hope within 2 years or so, the centres will be able to run totally in a self- sustainable manner.


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