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ONGC on Thursday, 20 September 2018 signed five back to back MOA’s with National Small Industries Corporation limited (NSIC), Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology (CIPET), Vivo Healthcare, Jawahar Lal Nehru University (JNU) and Helping Hands under Annual and Special component plan for SC and ST. The MOA was signed by GGM (HR) Mr. Manoj Barthwal, Head Cordinations, Delhi in the presence of GGM (HR) – Chief Skill Development Centre Dr Alka Mittal, and the respective dignitaries representing the five beneficiaries.

ONGC signs MOA with five beneficiaries under CSR

Under Project “Prayas” - The first MOA was signed between ONGC and Helping Hands, represented by IPS Joint Commissioner, Delhi Police Mr. Robin Hibu. Mr. Hibu said that the aim of the project would be to strengthen individuals coming from far flung places of North East to Delhi through training, guidance and coaching in the incubation center to make them more confident citizens so that they assimilate with the main stream. A team of IAS, IPS, IRS, Supreme Court Lawyers, doctors is working together for the cause. “The collaboration with ONGC will help us to have an incubation center. Although, we are for now only aiming at the northeastern population, but we believe that they are the ones who need it the more than others” added Mr Hibu.

ONGC signs MOA with five beneficiaries under CSR

MoA was signed with JNU for the project on ‘Documentation and Preservation of Indigenous and Endangered Runglwo Language and Culture” was presented by Prof Rana Pratap Singh, Prof Vaishnao Narang and Dr Sandhesha Raypa. While talking about the project Dr Sandhesha focused on the need to preserve and acknowledge the endangered Runglwo language, used exclusively in the Himalayan belts in Uttarakhand. The initiative is unique as the project will not only document of endangered language, culture & traditions of Rung tribe, but also through intensive Workshops for the current young generations of Rung community, in Delhi and Dehradun it will be passed on to the current new generation. The project will bring the community and the researchers together on a platform where they will be able to contribute equally and help each other grow.

Special initiative by ONGC to force the “Skill India Mission” and empower girls

Special initiative by ONGC to force the “Skill India Mission” and empower girls

MoA was signed with Vivo Healthcare for the certificate course on Dialysis Technician and Radiology Technician. The details of the project were presented by Chief of Marketing, Vikas Kohli who explained that with the collaboration with ONGC will help to train Radiology technicians to use advanced radiographic equipments and also train healthcare professionals in operating dialysis machines utilized for patients having kidney diseases. He further emphasized on the growing need of well trained professionals in the field and mentioned that the trainees under the project get 100% placement.

Signing of MoA between ONGC and CIPET

Signing of MoA between ONGC and CIPET

This was followed by signing of MOA with Central Institute for Skilling and Technical Support (CIPET) – Murthal, represented by Principal Director Mr SN Yadav, Chief Manager, Technical Mr BP Patro and Mr Priyank Advani. Mr SN Yadav, talking about the project, said that the team is engaged in providing skilled and professional workforce by imparting training on demand driven, industry oriented courses, in the fields like Mechnaical Workshop, Information Technology, Multimedia and Animation, etc. Under the project six month residential training, will be extended at Murthal center in the field of Plastic Processing with 100% placement to 30 SC/ST girls from economically poor section.

The final MOA of the event was signed with National Small Scale Industry Corporation (NSIC) represented by General Manager Mr OP Singh. The project by NSIC will benefit 60 boys and girls for the extensively focused certificate course in the area of Electric and Motor winding and Assistant Beautician.

ONGC signs MOA with five beneficiaries under CSR

The selected projects were part of the initiative taken by All India SC ST Employee Welfare Association of Delhi unit under Project “ Swawlamban” and “ Prayas” with an objective to empower and enrich the oppressed section of the society through Skilling.

Appreciating the project plan by all the five beneficiaries, GGM HR, Dr Alka Mittal congratulated them in the successful planning and wished them luck for working on the project. The event was graced by the presence of Incharge CSR Mrs Shashi Prasad, DGM(HR) -  Liasion Officer Mrs Manjari Nigam, and the Office bearers of AISCSTEWA, Delhi unit and others.