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A CSR CONCLAVE ON “Enabling CSR Policy to invest in Secondary Education for Girls and Job Oriented Vocational Training for Young Women in Telangana”.

By on August 5, 2019 0 70 Views

365telugu.com online news, august 5, Hyderabad 2019 : We are pleased to inform you that the T-Social Impact Group, in association with Mahita organization and Plan India, is organizing its 9th Round Table Discussion on issues pertaining to “Secondary Education and Job Oriented Vocational Courses” for girls and women.

The discussion is scheduled to be held on:

Date: Thursday, 8th August 2019 

Time: 10:30 am – 1:30 pm (followed by lunch)

Venue: Minerva Grand, Adjacent Silicon Towers, Hitech City Road, Kondapur, Hyderabad-84.


This quarterly meeting will be chaired by Sri Jayesh Ranjan IAS, Principal Secretary, Department of IT, E&C. The Guests of Honour, Smt. Viziendira Boyi, IAS, Director, Department of Women and Child Development, Sri Navin Mittal, IAS, Commissioner of Collegiate and Technical Education and Dr. R S Praveen Kumar, IPS, Secretary of T.S.W.R.E.I Society will be addressing on the initiatives on women’s issues.

The private sector in India is increasingly contributing to girls’ development through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. Many of the Corporate have collaborated with governments, NGOs and UN agencies in ensuring maximum enrolment of children in primary schools. T-SIG is organizing this discussion to further dialogues with the corporate bodies to steer attention to the issues pertaining to Secondary Education and Job Oriented Vocational Courses for girls and women on issues. This discussion is an attempt to bring together representatives of the Corporate Sector and Government Departments to amplify opportunities of secondary education for girls and skill-building towards economic empowerment of young women.