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DC Inaugurates Women Education, Employment And Empowerment Programme

DLF Foundation in association with Adhyapann, CII and the Government of Haryana introduces W3 - Women Education, Employment and Empowerment Programme with the aim to bridge the gap between girls’ skills, aptitude and attitudinal readiness for the job market.

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DLF Foundation, the philanthropic arm of DLF Group, has introduced a special skill training programme for the students in Govt. Girls College, Sector 14, Gurugram. The W3- Women Education, Employment and Empowerment programme was inaugurated today by Deputy Commissioner Amit Khatri.

The initiative has been launched by DLF Foundation in association with Adhyapann, CII and the Government of Haryana.

At the inaugural ceremony, Deputy Commissioner Amit Khatri said, “Educating, Skilling, grooming and empowering the youth is the need of the hour. We appreciate that DLF Foundation in association with Adhyapann, CII and the Government of Haryana has taken this innovative initiative and has planned a holistic intervention. We hope that girl students would be trained as per the industry requirements which will help in shaping bright futures.”

The objective of the programme is to equip girls with vocational skills along with the focus on grooming, communication, workplace etiquette and timelines, as well as training in computer graphics, website designing and financial softwares. By providing hands on experience, the program will upskill students in accounting and designing softwares.

The programme will help in empowering these girls with skills necessary for not only employment but necessary for life. With the focus to promote their transition from college to productive employment, the programme will impact nearly 8000 girls in the college over the next few years.

DLF Foundation aims at empowering communities and building lives. Working with the same vision, the Foundation has taken this initiative to bridge the gap between girls’ skills, aptitude and attitudinal readiness for the workplace market. It aims to promote the transition of girls from college to productive employment.



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