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Kamdhenu Jeevandhara Graduates the first batch of Tech-Ready Youth in 2024

18th June 2024: Kamdhenu Jeevandhara Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of Kamdhenu Group dedicated to social empowerment, today celebrated the successful completion of its first computer training program batch of 2024.

The ceremony saw students receive their certificates, marking a crucial step towards their future careers. Believing in giving back to the community, Kamdhenu Jeevandhara has been empowering underprivileged youth with essential technical skills for over two decades. Through the program, Kamdhenu Jeevandhara has successfully trained numerous children, many of whom are now thriving in their careers.

Living by the principle of community upliftment, Kamdhenu Jeevandhara offers free computer training to underprivileged youth. This initiative equips them with the in-demand technical skills needed to thrive in the modern job market. The comprehensive program covers essential computer operations, popular software applications, and internet skills. This sets these young individuals up for success by allowing them to confidently compete for promising job opportunities.

Ms. Radha Agarwal, Chairperson of the Kamdhenu Jeevandhara Foundation, said, “Witnessing the successful completion of our first batch in 2024 fills us with immense pride. Equipping our youth with relevant technical skills is paramount to their success in today’s competitive landscape. This program exemplifies our dedication to empowering the next generation and giving back to our community. Kamdhenu Jeevandhara remains committed to this successful program and looks forward to empowering countless more young people to achieve their career goals.”

This ceremony was a heartwarming occasion filled with joy for the students, their families, and the Kamdhenu Jeevandhara team. Students expressed their gratitude for the program and its life-changing impact.


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