New Delhi: RINL provided skill development training to 100 beneficiaries in Visakhapatnam to support specially-abled persons, said the Steel Ministry in a statement. Further, it added, "RINL spent Rs 4.95 lakh towards imparting necessary skills with the support of Jan Shikshan Sansthan (under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship) to the trainees as part of corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative of RINL."
"As part of the initiative, 100 divyangjans were trained at three training centres i.e., Sreya Foundation, Sujathanagar, Sunflower Special School, Pedawaltair, Lebenshilfe, MVP Colony in Visakhapatnam. On successful completion of the training program, certificates were also provided to the participants on Tuesday," the statement said.
"To make it convenient for the beneficiaries, RINL management provided the skill training at their respective day care training centres in various skills such as tailoring, preparation of home needs like agarbattis, candle making, phenyl making and detergent making through special trainers from JSS (Jan Shikshan Sansthan). The duration of the training in tailoring was for three months and training in preparation of home needs was for two months," the statement added.
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