CSR: Rolls-Royce Unnati Scholarship Programme Calls Women Engineering Students to Apply
CSR: Rolls-Royce Unnati Scholarship Programme Calls Women Engineering Students to Apply – Rolls Royce, in association with Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) India and Buddy4Study has welcomed applications for the Rolls-Royce Unnati Scholarship Program for Women Engineering Students.
Rolls Royce is focused on propelling STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and the ‘Unnati’ activities are pointed toward enabling women in STEM careers. Chosen candidates of the Unnati Scholarship Program will be given one-time monetary help of INR 35,000 and suitable guidance and mentorship.
Launched a year ago, the CSR program is pointed toward offering financial help and mentorship to merit young women candidates concentrating in first, second and third year of undergraduate engineering projects.
Rolls Royce Unnati is presently accepting applications for granting the current year’s scholarship, and the last date for submitting the application is 31st March 2021.
Kishore Jayaraman, President, Rolls-Royce India and South Asia said about the development and improvement of any economy, as our ‘Unnati’ programs are a modest approach to enable women and young female candidates in STEM related careers, and to release their innovativeness and profitability into the working environments of things to come. These are the architects and engineers of tomorrow, and through this association with CAF India and Buddy4Study,we desire to help these meriting candidates in accomplishing their career goals.”
Anuja Kadian, Head of CSR, Rolls-Royce India and South Asia said: “Rolls Royce is focused on propelling advancing and interest in STEM subjects and careers. We are glad to collaborate with CAF India and Buddy4Study for the second year of our Unnati Scholarship Program.
Meenakshi Batra, CEO, CAF India said: “We are pleased to be an accomplice in the Rolls-Royce Unnati Scholarship Program to additional the goals of ladies in STEM fields. We accept that projects like these go far to help young women who frequently think that are difficult to proceed with their advanced education because of family conditions.”
Ashutosh Burnwal, Founder, Buddy4Studysaid: “We are enchanted to accomplice Rolls-Royce and CAF India for the second year of Unnati scholarships.’Buddy4Study’ goes about as an extension between scholarship searchers and contributors so that meriting candidates can get financial assistance to their need. We have seen the distinction that the program has made in the existences of the chose candidates a year ago, and anticipate proceeding with the great work.”
This scholarship is being offered by Rolls-Royce India as a component of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities that principally center around supporting and empowering candidates intrigued by Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects.
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