CSR Projects planned for 2023-24

SHE Skills

SDGs addressed: 

  • Reduced inequalities
  • Gender equality 
  • Quality education 
  • Decent work and economic growth 
  • No poverty 

Project objective: To skill women above 15 years of age in lower and higher order skills. The project is modeled to support women empowerment and to help gender gap initiatives of various companies. This project will provide any skill based on the candidate’s aptitude and interest. Foreign language proficiency will be offered for new international opportunities. After completing the skill course at the local level, employment opportunities will be facilitated.

Target group: Women above 15 years

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 6,000 women candidates 


Project Naipunya

SDGs addressed: 

  • Quality education 
  • Decent work and economic growth 
  • No poverty 
  • Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Project objective: To skill and groom graduates from socially and financially backward communities in higher-order skills and on personality development skills.

Target group: Graduates

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 5,000 students


Project Aspire

SDGs addressed: 

  • Quality education 
  • Decent work and economic growth 

Project objective: To train candidates from the general public, candidates who have taken career breaks, and candidates from economically and socially disadvantaged communities in lower and higher order skills through our Community Skill Parks.

Target group: General public

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 3,500 students


Project Samathwa

SDGs addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities
  • Reduced inequalities
  • Decent work and economic growth

Project objective: To skill candidates from transgender, SC/ST, and BPL communities in order to prepare them for employment or entrepreneurship, thereby improving their standard of living.

Project target group: Transgenders, SC/ ST candidates, BPL candidates, fisherfolks, persons with disabilities, rural and tribal candidates, etc.

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 3,500 candidates


Project Aashraya

SDGs addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities
  • Reduced inequalities

Project objective: To shape candidates, particularly children, during their childhood through personality development, and to curate thinking courses to improve their thinking abilities and to have an appealing personality.

Project target group: Children, inhabitants of orphanages and underprivileged students

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 1,000 candidates


Project Nirbhaya Naipunyam

SDGs addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities
  • Reduced inequalities
  • Decent work and economic growth
  • Zero hunger (through employment) 

Project objective: To skill women survivors of sexual abuse, human trafficking, domestic violence, and other social issues for entrepreneurship or employment.

Project target group: Women survivors of sexual abuse, human trafficking, domestic violence and other social issues; and people in unorganised sectors.

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 500 candidates


Project Digi Literate

SDG addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities

Project objective: To skill the general community, especially elderly, who aren’t fluent with digital devices such as mobile phones, laptops, smart TVs, etc.

Project target group: Anyone who wants digital literacy, especially elderly

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 5,000 candidates


Project Suraksha

SDG addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities

Project objective: To skill the general community, especially youngsters who aren’t fluent with financial terms and options available for them to achieve financial freedom and stability.

Project target group: Anyone who wants to attain financial literacy, especially youngsters.

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 2,000 candidates

 


 Project Oorja

SDGs addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities
  • Affordable and green energy

Project objective: To promote entrepreneurship in affordable and clean energy.

Project target group: General community

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 500 candidates

 


Project Swasthya

SDGs addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities
  • Good health and well-being

Project objective: To create skilled healthcare workers to meet the increasing demand in rural and urban areas.

Project target group: General community

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 3,000 candidates

 


Project Rise

SDGs addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities
  • Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Project objective: Startup creation and mentoring 

Project target group: General community

Targeted number of beneficiaries for 2023-24: 100 candidates


Centres of Excellence

SDGs addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities
  • Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Project objective: To establish centres of excellence in various fields as part of the state’s effort to develop a skill ecosystem.

Project target: To create infrastructure that can help establish a skill ecosystem in the state.

Targeted number of CoEs for 2023-24: 15 Centres of Excellence

 


High-End Computer Labs & E-Learning Parks

SDGs addressed: 

  • Sustainable cities and communities
  • Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Project objective: To establish e-learning parks in various locations throughout the state as part of the state’s skill ecosystem, using 10 high-performance computers.

Project target: To create infrastructure that can help establish a skill ecosystem in the state.

Targeted number for 2023-24: 14 high-performance Computer Labs & E-Learning Parks