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For students at Mata Jijabai PG Girls College, Malabar Gold, and Diamonds organizes a scholarship distribution ceremony

3rd April 2024: Malabar Gold and Diamonds, announces a significant initiative aimed at fostering education among promising young women. The company organized a scholarship distribution ceremony at Mata Jijabai PG Girls College in Indore, extending support to 124 deserving students. The event took place on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024, marking a milestone in the company’s commitment to empowering communities through education.

Totaling an impressive ₹1,170,000, the scholarships represent a tangible investment in the educational journey of these talented individuals. Malabar Gold and Diamonds’ steadfast dedication to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) shines through these endeavors, reinforcing its pledge to enable access to education, particularly among girls.

Esteemed guests Dr. Anoop Kumar Jaggi, Principal of Mata Jijabai PG Girls College, and Dr. Sudhir Kumar Saxena, Administrative Officer, graced the occasion, underscoring the significance of this collaborative effort.

“At Malabar Gold and Diamonds, we firmly believe in the transformative power of education,” says Noushad Ali, Showroom Head, Malabar Gold & Diamonds-Indore. “Our commitment to nurturing talent and fostering academic excellence, especially among young women, remains unwavering. This scholarship program exemplifies our ethos of giving back to society and creating pathways for a brighter future,” he adds.

Expressing gratitude for the invaluable support, Dr. Anoop Kumar Jaggi, Principal at Mata Jijabai PG Girls College, acknowledges the impact of this initiative on the students’ educational pursuits. He said, “We extend our heartfelt appreciation to Malabar Gold and Diamonds for their generous scholarship program. This noble gesture will undoubtedly alleviate financial burdens, enabling our students to focus wholeheartedly on their studies and realize their academic aspirations.”


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