JIMS has been running karmarth for last 15 years in which it has tried to help the under privileged sections of the society. Nearly 15,000 students have been able to get employment immediately after completing their course. The primary objective since the start has been skill development of the students aged between 18 and 25 to help them get suitable employment. They were also supported to start their own entrepreneurial journey.
Looking into the fast changing needs of the industry and the changing landscape of skill development by the NSDC centres and also the penetration of the Internet facilities at a very economical price across the country, it is now being thought that karmarth should now use the blend of online and offline training and also bring new programs which will lead to better career opportunities for the under privileged. It is also thought that more partnerships are to be explored rather than running it by our own trainers. Edumedha has been launched to make it compete with the ed-tech companies which are growing at a very fast pace in the recent years. This name also gives it a modern look and helps in the initial traction and brand recognition and would make the under privileged people feel proud to be a part of it.