Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement Employee Review
Typical days I went through is when I was successful in completing the project. I learnt new things like animation, got a little knowledge on some software like Adobe audition, photoshop, PPT presentation and animation, camtasia and most importantly I got to know people who are in struggle and helping them without expecting anything from them as I am working in NGO which works in the field of education, health, community empowerment etc.... There is no hardest part in the job. open environment in the workplace.
My days were long even for a six day week. Day ended quickly with races between meetings, pouring over data and struggling with trying to keep with austerity measures. Field trips were fun. I had good colleagues. Everybody wanted to do a lot of good but ONLY in their own way- that was the hardest part ! I enjoyed all my visits to schools. I learned a lot of things, but the best lesson was that negativity at work is definitely not my cup of tea. This job also gave me ample scope for introspection. It has helped me refine the role I would like to play to enhance my career.
Visits to Schools.
Long hours, lack of clarity, data unavailability
The work culture is very good but lack of knowledge in leaders whom they call as program Coordinators, and their most of the suggestions which comes from Top level management will change according to the need of the Coordinators perspectives. That's why only buckets can survive in North Karnataka regional office.
Should work without JD for years
No additional benefits to the employees at North Karnataka regional office.