Sucess Story 

Batch 24

Sheetal Chougule: 21 years, lives in Wadarwadi, Shivajinagar.


Her father is a plumbing contractor who operates on a very small scale. Her mother passed away in 2010.  She has two siblings (brothers).  Sheetal completed her 12 Std. Commerce and has a backlog of subjects to clear in FYB.Com. She had to discontinue her education because she is required to take care of all the household chores for the entire family. She also has a part-time job in a clinic to augment her family income.


Sheetal is very articulate, highly organized, sincere and is always willing to learn to learn new things. The build-up of self-esteem and confidence at the Parneeti Training Center has motivated her to consider resuming her academic career.  Her interests lie in culinary arts and dreams of taking up a career in Hotel Management and Hospitality Services. She could also be groomed for a responsible Admin. position in Office Management.


Batch No. 25

Akash Devdare: 22 years, Gultekdi, Pune.


His father is a casual labourer.  His mother is a housewife.  He has one brother who studied up to Std. 8, has a vocational Diploma (4-wheeler mechanic), and wishes to start his own workshop.

Akash is a very energetic and conscientious individual, having worked long hours all his life to finance his academic career path.  He has taken up several small-time jobs these past years to earn money for his educational needs so that he does not burden his parents for funds. He is presently studying for his Masters – M.A. – II (Economics). His aim is to be a Professor in the Indian Army.

Akash has brilliant leadership qualities and organizational skills.  Besides being good at public speaking and presentation, the spontaneity he has displayed at the Parineeti Training Center – for event management and group activities – is highly commendable and exemplary. With his thirst for knowledge and the fact that he is a “reader”, he has a great potential to inspire and manage people.


Batch No. 24

Yogita Pawar: 21 years, Vaiduwadi, Chaturshringhi, Pune.


Her father is an auto-rickshaw driver.  Her mother is a housewife.  Her elder brother is an office-boy in a private organization (@ Rs. 6000/- p.m.) and her younger brother studies in Std. 12 (Com.).


Yogita completed Std. 12 (Arts) in 2015 but had to discontinue her studies because of her family’s financial problems.  She needs to take up a part time job and complete her graduation externally. The Parineeti Training Course has helped her overcome her shyness, reticence, self-confidence, including her public speaking and presentation skills.  She is very sincere, trustworthy and has the potential to be a diligent individual and a dedicated / dependable team player.  She may be groomed for future income generation projects by Parineeti, operating from her own residence. 




Mangesh Talekar: 28 years, Warje Malwadi, Pune.


Mangesh’s parents are from a farming background.  His father passed away in 2010.  His elder brother and mother look after the farm.  Mangesh has completed his MSW studies (March / April 2018). 

When Mangesh joined the Parineeti Training Center he had very low self-esteem and poor self-confidence.  Having gone through our training in Batch 13 and later as part of GAIN-1, where he completed a three-month internship at the Parineeti Training Center, he made remarkable progress with his holistic growth and development.  He has a good personality, is very sincere and diligent in his work output, and will be an asset to any organization that hires him.

Through Team Parineeti’s efforts, Mangesh has been selected for a one-year internship in the Corporate Social Responsibility Department at Sandvik Asia Private Ltd, @ Rs. 15,000/- per month, with company transportation and other facilities. He starts work on Monday, 16th July 2018.



Batch No. 6

Sayali Payal: 22 years     ) 

Batch No. 9

Ashwini Payal: 21 years  ) Dandekar Bridge Vasti, Sinhagad Road.


Sayali and Payal are sisters with three more siblings, their parents and grand-parent living in a very small premises close to  Dandekar Bridge, off Sinhagad Road, amidst extremely hostile living conditions.  Their father works as a casual labourer with a very meagre income.  Sayali was the first of the sisters to join the Parineeti Training course, followed by her younger sister, Ashwini.  As undergraduates, both of them did extremely well at soft skills and spoken / written communication skills in English.  They simultaneously secured employment with Boomerang Soft, Pune a year ago and are confidently handling global IT accounting services till date.  Their five figure salaries have now boosted the family income substantially. They have invested in a two-wheeler to reduce their transportation time to / fro the work place.  Very soon they will target a better quality of housing to raise the standard of living the entire family. Sayali and Payal very much intend to complete their B.Com degrees and aspire for greater responsibilities in their present employment.  

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