Livelihood skills include technical and vocational abilities (carpentry, sewing, computer programming, etc.); skills for seeking jobs, such as interviewing strategies; and business management, entrepreneurial, and money management skills. The key pillars of the Sustainable Livelihood framework concept are:  1) context of livelihood, 2) assets, 3) institutions (transforming structures and processes), 4) strategies, and 5) outcomes. Radhaji Charitable Trust believes in sustainable livelihood goals. Trust not only believes in creating facilities for youth to get trained in various disciplines but also provide them opportunities where they can use their skills to earn a respectable livelihood.


The Trust focusses on urban poor and rural youth and provide them resources free of cost whereby they can develop their skill set. The SL (sustainable livelihood) concept offers a more coherent and integrated approach to poverty. The sustainable livelihoods idea was first introduced by the Brundtland Commission on Environment and Development, and the 1992 United Nations Conference on
Environment and Development expanded the concept, advocating for the achievement of sustainable livelihoods as a broad goal for poverty eradication.
After training youth in skills of computer, tailoring, fashion designing and selling, Trust also works on their personality development through English speaking, interviewing methods motivation so that they are prepared for bigger tasks like jobs or starting their own ventures.
For this entrepreneurial classes are also given to students. Trust also arranges for mock interviews and idea sessions where experts prepare youth to take on responsibilities. The trust also calls corporate companies for job interviews where youth of Mohali district are suitably placed.