One of the primary ways that The SAGE Foundation works towards achieving its vision is by offering training programs to underprivileged graduates for high-paying white-collar jobs in the BFSI sector. This includes providing education and training in areas such as finance, business, technology, and entrepreneurship. The SAGE Foundation also offers mentorship and networking opportunities to help young people develop the skills, knowledge, and connections they need to achieve success in their chosen fields.
The SAGE Foundation also offers a different pedagogy to develop necessary employability skills among its students.
This pedagogy includes facilities like
Additionally, we take a step forward with creating mobile applications for courses like the ask- Business English App, ask – Job interview Prep, and ask- Banking Course to make learning efficient and advanced for our students.
The SAGE Foundation has with NGOs, Corporate CSR, Foundations and local communities over the last few years to train 10,000+ underprivileged youth get jobs in the corporate world at salaries ranging from Rs. 2.50 Lakh to Rs. 5 Lakh per annum.
A recent survey revealed that 100% of our graduates still retained their jobs in spite of widespread COVID related layoffs.