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North Delhi

History

North Delhi is bordered on the east by the Yamuna River and, across the river, by the districts of North West Delhi to the north and west, West Delhi to the southwest, Central Delhi to the south, and North East Delhi to the east. North Delhi has an estimated population of 887,978 people (2011 census) and covers 59 square kilometres, with a population density of 13,019 people per square kilometre. Model Town, Narela, and Alipur are the three administrative subdivisions of the district. The Udayan Shalini Fellowship Programme was established and conceptualized in North Delhi, in the year 2002. This Chapter can be considered as the foundation stone our USF Programme, which is now spread in different parts on the country.

In July 2017, with the support of SVP (Social Venture Partners), we established an Udayan Care IT Training Centre in Budh Vihar, Rohini to train the youth from economically poor section with job-oriented IT skills so that they can get entry level jobs in some office or corporate.

After three years, to change the catchment area, the centre was shifted to Nangloi area in North Delhi in 2020 and Home of Hope, UK came forward to support the Centre.