Since July 2011, more than 300 students received certificates under Technical Education and Community Outreach Scheme (TECOS), Directorate of Technical Training and Education (DTTE), Delhi Govt.
Kamalini issued more than 200 certificates to students completing long term courses (more than 6 months).
A feedback survey done in 2011, among former Kamalini students, 60% of reported increased income
(saving money at home, being employed for the first time or getting better paid).
The feedback survey also reported that 79% of the students gained in soft skills
(like punctuality, discipline, sociability, friendship, hygiene, entrepreneurship spirit, good manners, team spirit, etc.)
Thousands of rural women will gain skills for sustainability in the new
campus coming up on the Sohna Road, Haryana..