Indian Oil to gift hi-tech stitching machines worth Rs.13.6 lakh to empower women

Indian Oil to gift hi-tech stitching machines worth Rs.13.6 lakh to empower women

Mohali, December 30, 2022 (Kulbir Singh Kalsi):

Punjab State Office of Indian Oil Corporation shall be providing high-tech 23 stitching machines integrated with laptops for digital designing worth Rs.13.6 Lakh to Sukh Amrit Society in Kharar.

A memorandum of understanding was signed here today by Indian Oil’s Arif Akhtar, General Manager (HR-CSR), and Jaswinder Kaur, of Sukh Amrit Society. along with senior officers of the Punjab State office of Indian Oil.

The support for the equipment was recommended by DC, SAS Nagar. ED &SH, PSO Sh. Jitendra Kumar.

Sukh Amrit Society in Friends Enclave at Kharar is an empaneled Training Partner of the Punjab Skill Development Mission and registered with Punjab Small Scale Industries and Export Corporation and works under the aegis of NITI Aayog, affiliated by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development – National Institute of Open Schooling of the Government of India.

The Society has the necessary expertise and experience to train the destitute and unemployed women in the area to train them in graphic designing on the accompanying laptops and stitch the latest apparel, and help them sell in the marketplace to become financially independent.

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