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Codleo launches CSR initiative for women’s IT skill development

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Codleo, a CRM consulting firm, has launched an initiative for women’s IT skill development. In sync with ‘Skill India’, this initiative is focused on the endeavors to empower women and enable them to adapt and learn skills that will help them gain employment opportunities in the ever growing IT sector. This initiative will pave way for a sustainable career.

The CSR arm of the company, Codleo Foundation, has emphasized on building a workforce that is skilled and will be employable. This will help in reducing the unemployment among the IT graduates in India.

“The youth of India having completed their B. Tech stares at an uncertain future because of the present market dynamics and ends up joining BPOs and other industries out of desperation. Our initiative aims to hone up their skills in the latest technologies, which they can learn quickly with real-time project exposure during the course, rendering them skilled to join the workforce,” said RS Maan, Chief Revenue officer, Codleo Consulting.

Vocational Education is the need of the hour as the industries are moving towards digital presence amid the ongoing pandemic. Witnessing the surge in demand for skilled talent in the market, Codleo Foundation takes a step further to provide specialized courses, and training to young women, mothers, and youth”, he added.

The CSR arm has planned to invest approximately 30 lacks for the funding of this initiative. The firm has collaborated with leading IT companies in order to provide placement opportunities for the students completing the course. In addition to this, they have also partnered with educational institutions for training the students with new technology trends for a better understanding of the market.

This initiative targets women who gave up their careers for reasons like family or other reasons. It will enable them to upgrade their skillset as per the requirement of the market.

Avantika Tyagi
Avantika Tyagi
Avantika Tyagi is a student at JNU who is actively proposes philanthropically led responsibilities by different businesses. She opines strongly in favor of leading companies working towards discretionary CSR activities, and how they need to categorize their foundational responsibilities apart from social duties.

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