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According to the National Skills Development Policy, India has a target of skilling 500 million people by 2022. Currently, a huge gap exists between the need of the industry for an employable work force and the capacity of the skill development programs.
Siemens employs its competencies to promote science and technical education in India. The key initiatives that have rolled out to address the focus areas are:
Siemens CSR-Siemens Scholarship
As a responsible Corporate Citizen, Siemens India endeavors to support and promote technical education, leveraging its core competencies such as innovative technologies and know-how so as to produce ‘industry-ready’ technicians and engineers. Siemens India offers scholarships and a holistic development to meritorious engineering students from economically disadvantaged families who aspire to become engineers.
Siemens Government Industrial Training
Support upgradation of government Industrial Training Institutes in cooperation with Confederation of Indian Industry by providing know-how on various modern technologies such as computer numerical controls, industrial automation and industrial drives.
Learn more about Siemens ITI Upgradation Project
Siemens CSR-Educational Support
Siemens supports Welfare Society for Destitute Children, Mumbai (also known as St. Catherin’s Home) in addressing one of the most pressing issues facing urban India – homeless, destitute children.
Learn more about Welfare Society for Destitute Children, Mumbai