SAMAPRC aims to change the life of under privileged youth from below poverty level and from social and economic backwardness to develop the youth for skill development, to help them to gain confidence and to make them employable.While working in the community, Mr. Banerjee came across many rural school dropouts. Looking at the challenge for the development of the youth, it was decided to start Vocational Training Program for the rural school dropouts in the year 1994 at Bhaje village in a 2400 sq.ft room for welding, electrical wiring and Tailoring course. In 2007 additional courses like Motor Winding, Computer and Fashion Design were added to the training program.
The Vocational Training Centre aimed from the beginning to train rural school dropouts especially from the weaker sections. The centre has trained more than 4500 rural school dropouts from surrounding 45 villages. More than 80% students are employed in the different nearby industries in MIDC in Pimri, Chinchwad, Talegaon, Lonavala, Khopoli, Panvel, Roha. The centre has also tied up with Lonavla and Talegaon industries, and Maval Panchayat Samiti for the training of the students from the below poverty level.