ESL Steel Limited has launched skill schools for unemployed youths of our country. A Public Relations Officer from ESL Group said, “we aim to impart skill-training through short vocational courses”. He further added that post-training, the students will be earning between Rs. 10000-15000 every month. The beneficiaries of the projects include men and women between the age group of 18 to 35 years. The project falls in line with the Skill India Mission, and it intends to empower people
and improve their per capita income, said Pankaj Malhan, CEO, ESL.
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