Jobs for disabled | Jobs For Disabled in India - Youth4Jobs
Youth4Jobs focuses on education and employment of persons with disabilities.
It is powered by the fact that a job to one member of the family takes the entire family out of poverty in sustained manner.


    A Belief in:
  • Transparency
  • Potential of the Poor
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Creativity & Innovation


Community Mantra: This is your project: We work together to improve your lives

Company Mantra: Hire from us because it makes business sense... Not out of pity or sympathy


A Better Future for Young India


Partnering with Stakeholders and vulnerable unreached communities to co-create pioneering solutions for an inclusive workplace

Our Achievements


5.7 million households

Village Connect


550 partnerships

Corporate Connect


27 Centers 18 States

Our Skilling Centers


Trained 19700

Youth Trained


65% - aspirational youth placed in companies

15% - local rural livelihoods

Balance - Higher education & Govt. Jobs

Youth Placed


5 states

14 universities / colleges tie ups

500 placed in companies

College Connect

Our Reach

8 years young. Largest in this space

We go where India needs us. Y4J is present in BIMARU states like Jharkhand and Odisha; as well as remote states in the North east.

Youth4Jobs' work helps achieve SDG Goals

Real Life Changing Stories

Apurva Nimbalkar

Deputy Manager - Axis bank

Apurva Nimbalkar came to us when we began customised trainings for the banking industry in at Mumbai. He is visually impaired and had a Masters degree. But was searching for an appropriate job in the last few months.

Axis Bank managers took guest lectures in our trainings and participated in interviews with other banks like HDFC, HDBFS etc. Apurva was selected as Deputy Manager (HR) Axis Bank with a princely salary of almost Rs. 9,00,000 annually. Our team rejoiced with Apurva and his parents, knowing now that his future is secure.


Kaoru Yokoyama Takata


“The initial feedback on the performance of speech & hearing impaired people in our shop floor has been very positive and we are keen to double the openings to include both men and women with disabilities.

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