India CSR News Network
CHENNAI: Kamarajar Port Limited (KPL), a Miniratna Category-I Central Public Sector Undertaking under the Ministry of Shipping, today launched Skill Development Training programmes for 865 youths including the training on Tailoring under Corporate Social Responsibility here in Chennai.
Pon Radhakrishnan, Minister of State for Road Transport, Highways & Shipping, Governement of India, inaugurated the Training programmes in presence of M.A Bhaskarachar, Chairman cum Managing Director, Kamarajar Port Limited.
As a token of launching the training programme on Tailoring, tool kits for tailoring were distributed to the trainees.
Following this event, training session virtually started at the training venue at Athippattu village. Simultaneously the training programme on Tailoring” commenced at other training centres also in the villages, Vallur, Ennore (Ward 1 of Corporation of Chennai), Thiruvellavayal and Light House Kuppam.
Each batch will consist of around 20-25 trainees. Duration of training is 36 working days. On successful completion of training, stipend and transportation allowance will be distributed to the trainees along with Course Completion Certificate.