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BPCL Partners with Youth4Jobs to Empower Specially Abled Individuals


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Mumbai: BPCL, a leading player in the energy industry has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Youth4Jobs, a leading organisation dedicated to empowering youth and promoting inclusive growth.

This partnership aims to facilitate the deployment of over 250 specially abled individuals at 90+ BPCL fuel stations across India, including major cities such as Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Bangalore, marking a significant milestone in BPCL’s efforts to empower diverse talent.

Speaking on the launch of the initiative, Shri G. Krishnakumar, Chairman & Managing Director, said, “BPCL is proud to spearhead this initiative, that is consistent with our Brand promise of being a caring organization. By partnering with Youth4Jobs, we aim to create an enabling environment where every individual can thrive.”

Under this collaboration, Youth4Jobs and BPCL will work together to create a positive and inclusive impact through various initiatives such as a step by step hiring process, various diversity training programmes and awareness campaigns.

At this empowered fuel station, the team communicates using Silent voices, employing hand gestures as a mode of communication. Embracing the principles of equality, the station fosters an environment that understands approachability, capability, reliability, dependability, and responsibility, promoting equality.

Youth4Jobs is a social enterprise that works towards empowering youth with disabilities through skill development, employment, and inclusive growth. With a focus on creating inclusive opportunities, Youth4Jobs has successfully enabled thousands of youth with disabilities to gain financial independence and lead dignified lives.

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