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As we continue to pursue business growth across the globe, we strive to enhance our support for the education of underprivileged children in various parts of the world. Through a plethora of tools and programs, you too can steer initiatives to help the financially and socially disadvantaged children in your geographies, to realize their potential and contribute to social progress.


Empowering Girls
Titan Industries' Titan Kanya initiative, undertaken in association with Nanhi Kali and IIMpact, focuses on girl child education with an aim to support 10,000 girls. The initiative supports 60 Learning Centres of the IIMPact model consisting of over 6,000 Nanhi Kalis (girl children). Additionally, employees & associates support more than 3,000 Nanhi Kalis.
Promoting Budding Talent
Since 1974, Tata Steel has been providing financial assistance through scholarships to meritorious students belonging to the disadvantaged sections of society. The company disburses nearly Rs1.5 crore annually in the form of financial assistance to SC/ST students through the Jyoti Fellowship, Moodie Endowment, Millennium Scholarship and the VG Gopal Scholarship. In the last three years, the company has provided financial assistance to over 3,500 students.
Empowering through Education
Tata group has been involved in various educational initiatives that empower beneficiaries, thereby enabling sustainable livelihoods and the possibility of becoming leaders across the industry and government. For the past several years, Tata group has been partnering with a number of universities in South Africa to support postgraduate students that show financial need, and academic competence, with the award of the Tata Postgraduate Scholarship. To date Tata Africa has disbursed in excess of R10-million towards this initiative. The bursaries are not faculty specific, allowing a wide range of candidates to be supported across all academic fields.


Adult Literacy Program
For the millions of Indian adults struggling to free themselves from the web of illiteracy, TCS’ Adult Literacy Programme (ALP) offers a crucial second chance at attaining freedom and empowerment. According to the 2011 census, India has over 287 million illiterate adults who don’t know how to Read, wRite and perform basic aRithmetic (the three R's) and thereby have no means to contribute towards its increasingly growing knowledge-based society. In order to provide an impetus to the Government of India’s endeavours to tackle the mounting problem plaguing the nation, TCS set up its Adult Literacy Programme (ALP) in the year 2000.
Using scientific understanding of cognition and perception, the Computer-based Functional Literacy (CBFL) solution uses animated graphic patterns to facilitate visual and auditory learning to enable non-literate adult learners above the age of 15 years to achieve functional literacy in their native language in approximately 50 learning hours. CBFL is currently available in nine Indian languages, 2 African tribal languages and Arabic. TCS works closely with governments at the state and district levels, NGOs and corporates to implement CBFL in the local language as a supplement to their Adult Literacy Programmes, and helps in their deployment as well. Supplementary content is sourced from reference textbooks or primers from the National Literacy Mission (NLM). As of September 2018 an overall total of 7,58,376 persons have been made literate through the programme.
Digitizing the Literacy Movement
TCS uses its expertise in Information Technology to conceptualise and develop Computer Based Functional Literacy (CBFL), a cost-effective and cutting-edge solution which has the potential to lift our country's literacy rate in record time. This programme has used a mix of teaching software, multimedia presentations and printed material to educate over 200,000 individuals till date.
TCS also spearheads the Employability Training Programme comprising corporate etiquettes, basic computer skills, English and interviewing skills, among others, to rural youth across India. Till date, 50,000 youth have been trained under this programme.
Giving Wings to Their Dreams
Jaguar Land Rover's Education Business Partnership Centres (EBPCs) introduce young people to real-world operational challenges and encourage them to pursue engineering and manufacturing careers.
JLPR has five EBPCs to enthuse school kids in the fields of engineering, manufacturing and automotive businesses towards which it makes an annual contribution worth £350,000.


Instilling Reading Habits
In China, Tata has teamed up with The Library Project to establish libraries with children's books in local language for rural schools. Shelves or furniture are also donated. Existing space is generally utilised to create a reading room or a reading corner. Till date, Tata companies in China have set up 13 libraries and have donated over 8,500 books in Fujian, Hebei, Anhui and Shanghai.
Nearly 390,000 books have been donated throughout the US and Canada through the First Book reading programmes since 2007. 15 community events were conducted and 11 Tata North America companies were engaged.
Tata at Harvard
The Tata Group donated $50 million to Harvard Business School (HBS) towards building a new academic and residential building in the campus. Christened as Tata Hall, the building accommodates the growing number of participants in the school's broad portfolio of Executive Education programs, enhancing their education experience. Inaugurated in 2013, Tata Hall supports the school's educational mission to mould the next generation of global business leaders
Moulding Young Minds
Tata Global Beverages provides high standards of education at the High Range School in Munnar, Kerala. The School was set up for the benefit of the children of employees of Tata Global Beverages and Kannan Devan Hill Plantations in Munnar with the objective of moulding young minds through all-round education.
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