Dalmia Bharat Foundation MoU with BSL to Enable Social Transformation
Dalmia Bharat Foundation (DBF), the Dalmia Bharat Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm, has inked a MoA with Bokaro Steel Plant (BSL) to support community-centric activities in Jharkhand by yearly upskilling 600 adolescents. The goal of the MoA is to construct a skill training centre through DBF’s DIKSHa (Dalmia Institute of Knowledge and Skill Harnessing) centre to provide short-term, placement-based courses to local children in the neighbouring communities.
Shri Chaudhary Ratnesh Kumar Sudhanshu, Dy. General Manager (CSR & SAIL-Uday), SAIL-Bokaro Steel Plant, and Shri Vishal Bhardwaj, Dalmia Bharat Group Group Head – CSR and Chief Executive Officer, Dalmia Bharat Foundation, signed the MoA.
“Since our inception in 2009, we’ve seen our role evolve from that of a resource provider to that of a vital enabler of positive social change. Mr. Vishal Bhardwaj, Group Head – CSR, Dalmia Bharat Group and CEO, DBF, said, “While we’ve produced a legacy of progress and change for the better, we continue to work to ensure that we fulfil newer economic and environmental needs and close larger societal gaps as much as feasible.”
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In collaboration with DBF, the skill development centre in Bokaro Steel City will assist build Jharkhand’s social ecosystem. While BSL will supply the essential infrastructure, DBF will be in charge of the center’s day-to-day operations, including faculty and placement support.
Mr. Chaudhary Ratnesh Kumar Sudhanshu, Dy. GM (CSR & SAIL-Uday), SAIL-Bokaro Steel Plant, said, “BSL and DBF share a common vision and value system for bringing about a transformative change in society by leveraging its demographic dividend through empowering the local youth through training that makes them market-ready.” “We are confident that by combining our skills and experience, the youngsters being trained at the DIKSHa facility will receive quality, need-based training for gainful employment in a variety of industries.”