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Allcargo to skill over 7400 youth in the next 3 years

By Niranjan Mudholkar,

Added 22 April 2017

Signs MoU with Maharashtra State Skill Development Society (MSSDS) under the CSR initiative ‘Nipun’

Allcargo Logistics' CSR arm has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Maharashtra State Skill Development Society (MSSDS) to train over 7400 youth in Maharashtra. This initiative will help Allcargo to enhance its scope of work under its skilling initiative ‘Nipun' and would substantially contribute to the Government of Maharashtra's Skilling Maharashtra Mission.

Trainees will be primarily skilled in the fields of heavy and light commercial vehicle, warehousing and unarmed security guards. The initiative aims to provide placements to at least 70% of the candidates. The initial training batch will start in Uran and will be replicated in other areas.

Arathi Shetty, Non-Executive Director Avashya Foundation said "We are committed to our cause of skilling India to create suitable employability and do our bit to improve the standard of living of our country. We are extremely excited to work with the Government of Maharashtra on this initiative and look forward to more such associations."

Welcoming this agreement Vijay Waghmare, IAS, CEO MSSDS said, "We believe this is just a beginning of our alliance with Allcargo Logistics Ltd. We look forward to work with them on many such projects in the near future as well. Armed with our reach and Allcargo's training expertise under ‘Nipun' we can create a positive impact on multiple lives."


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