TCS Recruites 11 Students From TPNODL Vocational Training Centre

Balasore: TP Northern Odisha Distribution Ltd (TPNODL), is a joint venture between Tata Power and the Government of Odisha. The TPNODL Employability Training Program in association with TCS has successfully helped 11 students from Vocational Training Centre, Balasore, secure placements in TCS.

The program, which aims to equip individuals from disadvantaged communities with essential soft skills and provide job-readiness skills, has enabled these students to overcome social, economic, and cultural barriers to achieve professional success.

The selected students underwent a rigorous 21- day training program in communication skills, teamwork, problem-solving, time management, and other vital skills. The training was provided by experienced professionals from TCS and was designed to prepare the students for the challenges of work life and beyond. The training also included workshops on resume writing and appearing for interview. Out of a batch of 48 students, 5 had already been placed in TCS Kolkata in an earlier round of interviews. Currently, 6 more students have been placed at TCS Bhubaneswar, taking the total tally of students placed at 11.

“We are thrilled to see these students succeed in their academic pursuits,” said Mr. Bhaskar Sarkar, CEO of TPNODL. “Our program aims to empower underprivileged individuals by providing them with the necessary skills to overcome challenges and achieve their goals. We are proud to have played a part in these students’ success.”

“I am grateful to TPNODL for providing me with the training and support that helped me secure admission to my dream institution,” said one of the selected students. “The training has given me the confidence to face challenges and pursue my goals. I look forward to making the most of this opportunity.”

The TPNODL Vocational Training Centre is a part of TPNODL’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, which aims to empower individuals from marginalized communities through education and skill development. The centre has benefitted hundreds of individuals since its inception and continues to make a positive impact on the lives of many.

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