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Inauguration of 'Panchakarma Therapy' training programme

NMDC in association with Santhigiri Institute of Paramedical Sciences will provide training of 'Panchakarma Therapy' to the youth, under the CSR initiative of NMDC
Hyderabad: NMDC Limited, a leader in the realm of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has, in continuation of its commitment to 'Mission Skill India' taken up a skill development initiative to be implemented through M/s. Santhigiri Institute of Paramedical Sciences, a unit of Santhigiri Ashram, Thiruvananthapuram. The programme was inaugurated by NMDC's Director (Personnel) Sumit Deb, and was presided by Swami Pranavashuddhan Jnana Thapaswi, In-charge – (Administration) of the Santhigiri Institute of Paramedical Sciences and was attended by the officials of NMDC and the prospective trainees. During the event, Director (Personnel) dwelt upon the need to promote (Panchakarma Therapy) the traditional Indian systems of medicine and create greater awareness among the public of the benefits thereof, besides stressing on the employment opportunities available in the field of Indian system of medicine. This initiative, will not only impart training to 15 needy youth of surrounding communities around NMDC projects/units/establishments in the Panchakarma Therapy coming under the Ayurveda system of medicine but also provide assured employment opportunities for the trainees, besides furthering the cause of promoting the traditional system of medicine. Disclaimer: This story is a press release and is being published without any editing by PSU Watch desk. Our editorial team has only changed the headline.