CSR initiative for underprivileged youth of West Bengal
06/30/2015

A CSR initiative is planned to reach all the students who wants to start career in the professional field but financially not capable enough to study.

Online PR News – 30-June-2015 – Kolkata, West Bengal – As a pioneer in the field of tourism studies, Trade Wings institute always worked with the mission to take tourism studies at the doorstep of the middle class and lower middle class society. With over 50 centers all over India, our target is to reach every nook and corner of the country. Since 1989, we are working on the same mission and created end numbers of tourism professionals who are presently working in different international and domestics organizations.

Taking one step further, this time we decided to reach the weaker section of the community. We are planning to bring underprivileged students into the filed of Tourism and Logistics. A CSR initiative is planned to reach all the students who wants to start a career in the professional field but financially not capable enough to study the professional courses.

Previously we have experience of conducting such training programs as a partner with Balmer Lawrie & Co. Ltd. We trained more than 200 underprivileged girls all over India where we brought down our fees by 50% and rest was funded by Balmer Lawrie & Co. About 60% of the passed students are presently working in the professional field.

Our study shows that there are thousands of students in colleges who want to start their career as soon as they complete their academics. But, in the present market scenario, it is hard to get a job without any proper training and technical knowledge. We will provide them the platform. We will provide them knowledge, training and placement assistance.

Our Plan is to offer a 75% discount to the students. Our course fees are Rs. 36000 and Rs. 34000 respectively for Tourism and Logistics course. These courses will be offered to the students at Rs. 9000 and Rs. 8500. Courses are designed in such a way that the regular college students also can attain the course. There will be 6 hours training in a week (2 days in a week, 2 Hours a day).