Project Adhyayan and Project Saksham- CSR Projects India
 
 
 
 
 
 

CSR Project By:  Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys Limited
Project Budget: INR 4.45 Cr

 

Project

Project Adhyayan and Project Saksham  (2016-17)

 
 

Project Sector

  • Education, Employability and Livelihoods Enhancement
 
 

Implementing Partners

Indian Metals Public Charitable Trust (IMPACT)
Bansidhar & Ila Panda Foundation (BIPF)
 
 

Project Description

Under Project Adhyayan - Education for all and Project Saksham - Developing skills and employment opportunities for youth, Company has undertaken following projects

Funding rural and tribal schools

IMFA continue to sponsor several rural and tribal schools in the districts of Keonjhar, Jajpur and Cuttack.

Sponsored electrification in school

IMFA sponsored the electrification work in Deopur UG Government High School, Therubali benefiting over 200 students.

Study tour for tribal children

IMFA organised tour for tribal students of Therubali Upper Primary School. It provided the children exposure and understanding about Odisha’s culture and history. The tour included 50 students along with village education committee and school staff visiting different historical places of the state.

Distributed essential study materials

IMFA supplied essential study materials like school bags, note books, 200 mats to tribal schools at Therubali and Sukinda. The initiative was aimed at ensuring quality education and minimal dropouts and covered 5,800 beneficiaries.

Donated school furniture and play equipment

IMFA donated fabricated desk and benches to three schools at Choudwar benefiting 1,141 children. Additionally, IMFA installed play equipment like slides, seesaws and swings in a Choudwar school, benefiting 170 children.

Creative Workshops

IMFA conducted these for primary school children in Choudwar, where 300 children from two schools participated and pursued their passion.

Capacity Building Training for School Management Committees (SMCs)

To create awareness on the role of education and achieve zero dropout, IMFA organised regular community meetings and capacity building training for SMCs.

Prof Ghanashyam Dash Scholarship

It provides financial assistance to promote professional education to students from economically marginalised families. In FY 2016-17, IMFA bestowed the award on six meritorious students from Odisha. The scholarship covers 90% of academic fees and related expenses for the entire duration of the course. Additionally, IMFA provided financial assistance to tribal students at Therubali.

BIPF Sukinda ITI (Pvt)

At Sukinda, a new state-of-the-art residential Industrial Training Institute (ITI) named BIPF Sukinda ITI (Pvt.) commenced its academic session from FY 2016-17. It is affiliated to National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) and offers training in trades like welder, fitter, electrician and so on. This year 96 students have enrolled for the programme.

Therubali Private Industrial Training Institute

Approved by NCVT, it trains students in different skills like welding, plumbing and others. This institute has trained around 1,500 students, since its inception, and over 1,331 are now employed in respectable positions. Currently, 77 students are preparing to join the skilled workforce.

BIPF is the PIA (Project Implementation Agency) for MoRD Skill Programme

In FY 2016-17, IMFA signed the second MoU with Odisha Rural Development and Marketing Society (ORMAS). In partnership with Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), this project will train 360 candidates as Industrial Sewing Machine Operator (ISMO), and Electrician Domestics and Turning trade. BIPF Choudwar Skill Centre is training girls as SMOs and BIPF JKPur Skill Centre is imparting training to boys for the trades of Electrician Domestics and Turning.

Empower Tribal Women

IMFA inaugurated a tailoring training centre to empower tribal women in Therubali. The centre attracted candidates from the villages of Khedapada GP, Kartikaguda GP and Therubali GP. Till date, IMFA have trained 120 women. Besides, Company has organised a specialised training on Applique work for 15 tribal women of Therubali.

 
 

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