Rani could not go for further studies because of the poor financial condition of her family. Her father is a vegetable vendor and her mother is an agricultural labourer. It was difficult to run livelihood with such meagre income. She wanted to take up a job to support her family and the financial constraints. But her lack of education and employability skills came in the way of securing a decent job.
Despite her will to do something for earning, she was unable to find a job that could secure her financially. After hunting for a while, she came to know about GMR Varalakshmi Foundation and its vocational training programmes.
GMRVF's vocational training initiative works towards bridging the skill gap between employers and those who seek employment, creating livelihood opportunities for the unemployed and unskilled people in the country. The foundation strongly believes that building and nurturing skills amongst youth, especially women, is key to making a difference in their lives and society. With this belief, the foundation works towards channelizing youth and women towards entrepreneurship and livelihood development, so that they may participate equitably in economic progress.