Tata Power empowers 300 youth with an array of employ-ability programs under Kaushal Vikas Yojana – a vocational training initiative
Maharashtra, January 23, 2017 – Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company, has always been a pioneer in providing employment opportunities to the youth, residing around its operation areas. In continuation with the philosophy, Tata Power established four employability centres at Maval in Bhivpuri region. The employability centres were established to provide vocational skills to youth from the region and the adjoining areas.
These centres were established under the ‘Kaushal Vikas Yojana’ scheme aimed at training the youth of the region, to be employed or self-reliant. This initiative witnessed 300 youth participating in the training program and getting certified. Moreover, 187 youths were successfully placed in various nearby industries, hotels and hospitals, securing a successful and bright future.
Speaking on the initiative, Mr. Mahesh Paranjpe- Chief – Hydro & Renewable Operations, Tata Power, said, “We, at Tata Power have always strived hard in improving the standard of lives of our communities with special emphasis on youth development programs. The establishment of the employability centres under the Kaushal Vikas Yojana is another step towards reinforcing our commitment towards the youth of our society. The developmental program has helped close to 300 youths in the region in providing them with training and certificates and have encouraged thousands in participating in such programs in future. We will strive hard in improving their lives with such interventions and be a part of the journey of success for our communities at large.”
Under this programme the youth of Bhivpuri region are trained in various trades like electrical wireman, domestic home appliances, health assistant, hotel management, micro office specialist, CNC lath Machine operator, beauty parlour expert and many more. The enrolled students are provided with certification from recognized institutes/ vocational board such as Maharashtra Board of Vocational Institute, Tilak Vidyapeeth, Micro office, ICE, Mumbai and CIT.
Tata Power would continue to engage with the youth of its operational areas and would strive hard to be the catalyst for change for the region for a brighter and prosperous future.
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