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Ashok Leyland extends CSR initiative


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Hosur, Tamil Nadu: CV makers Ashok Leyland Limited, flagship of Hinduja Group, today launched the ‘Road to Livelihood’ initiative, an extension of its current ‘Road to School’ program under its CSR commitment.

Tamil Nadu School Education Minister Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi inaugurated the program at the Government Girls High School, Thally in Krishnagiri District.

The ‘Road to Livelihood’ program will focus on students in Grade 9 to 12 and help them prepare for meaningful opportunities post their school finals. Its primary objective is to get them on a path of sustainable livelihood, a Leyland release said.

These students will receive structured interventions focused on spoken English, digital skills, employability skills and most
important of all, career counseling. This program will be rolled out in 133 schools in Tiruvallur, Salem, Namakkal and Krishnagiri districts this month.

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