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Empowering rural youths IVAC way! 500 youths trained in art of Ayurveda till date

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Mysuru: Indus Valley Foundation (IVF) and Indus Valley Ayurveda Centre (IVAC) in the city is empowering rural youths of the state.
When most of the youths drift away from education mainly due to financial constraints, IVAC is helping them make a career by training them in the realm of Ayurveda. It’s been doing so for the past two decades.
As a non- profit organisation, IVF founded by Dr Talawane Krishna and Savitri Krishna is offering a free course in Health and Ayurveda for such youths from rural and tribal areas. It includes 12 months free training, with food and accommodation and stipend.
Krishna said “We go to villages across the state, only to encourage youths to learn the art of ayurveda. After training, they can find job opportunities either at IVAC or any other centres. There are many such youths who have successfully made a career not just in the country, but also abroad.”
Despite ups and down in business, we continue this noble initiative in the interest of rural youths. Be it our customer or any individual who seek our service, they are not just spending on their health, but are also doing their mite in training these students, said Krishna.
Even in this pandemic time, we have continued with the training programme and 500 youths are trained till date. They are all empowered with a better rewarding career, added Krishna.
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