In 2007-8 the Society launched a pilot initiative to generated internet-based self-employment opportunities. MSS researches identified hundreds of self-employment opportunities for publication on www.seekluck.com. More than 50,000 Indian youth have registered with the site in order to benefit from this research project. In addition the Society sponsored several new websites by internet-based entrepreneurs including www.moneyweavers.com, www.abolishdiabetes.com and www.geniuschildren.org. More than 100 articles were published in New Indian Express.
In November 2008, the Society initiated work to develop a computerized expert system to guide individuals on strategies to improve harmony and good relationships between married men and women. The study includes identification and analysis of 10 major categories of problems and development of a ten level scale of harmony, on which users can evaluate the current status of their relationship and identify measures to raise it to a higher level. The immediate objective is to examine 1000 common relationship problems and formulate strategies to address them. See www.romanceeternal.org.
In 2008-9, the Society designed a new type of website for vocational training and job placement, providing users with opportunities for gainful self-employment and employment, and a system of skill certification.
The growth of the world economy has generated millions of new jobs for people selling products and services, such as retail products, manufactured goods, financial and other services. Selling is an essential vocational skill for development of a modern economy, yet there are few formal training programs to equip sales people with the knowledge and skill needed for success in this vocation. MSS is in the process of developing a web-based e-learning system for sales people in different industries.