At: Bodra, P.O. – Junbedia, Dist. – Bankura – 722155 West Bengal, India
Country office: CNI Bhavan, 3rd Floor, 16, Pandit Pant Marg, New Delhi-110001 Telephone No: 011 – 43533300
— Our Goal
“Families of persons affected with leprosy and other disabilities gain increased earning capacities on a sustainable basis to cope with emergencies and are part of mainstream society.”
— Our Vision
“People affected by Leprosy living with dignity in transformed communities that have overcome leprosy.”
— ADMISSION PROCEDURE
The Candidates who are seeking admission shall produce Medical Certificate from the Medical Officers of Govt. Rehabilitation Homes, PHC, NGO Leprosy Centers for having self-affected or parents affected in the prescribed format supplied by us. Referring center will refer during July for admission in August. Written and Aptitude test will be conducted and considering occupational therapy report cum qualification trade been allotted.
The Training and follow up passed out trainees is totally different from other Technical Training Centers. Our Training is most practical oriented to meet the present day manpower need of the industries and for self-employment. Out special training activities are as follows.
MORE ABOUT US
The Leprosy Mission Trust India (TLMTI) has a rich history of 140 years of addressing the needs of people and communities affected by leprosy. It is the largest NGO in the country working for people affected by leprosy in 8 States of India addressing issues of health, education, sustainable livelihoods, community development, advocacy and research. In India TLMTI cater its service through its 14 hospitals, 11 Community Based projects, 6 Vocational Training Centers, 5 Snehalayas, 1 Research Resource Centre, Research Laboratory-1 and 1-Media Centre.It also supports the National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP) in 4 states – Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Delhi and UP. TLMTI works in partnership with Government of India, WHO and other international development organizations.
TLMTI’s Vision is ‘People affected by leprosy living with dignity in transformed communities that have overcome leprosy’.To achieve this vision, TLMTI is, over the next 5 years, (2011-2015) evolving from a service delivery oriented organization to one addressing holistic development, rights of leprosy affected people and removal of stigma; working at every level of need.