New Delhi : CMC bagged ‘Best Vocational training Company Serving Social Cause- CSR’ award from Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) for “English Intervention Program”, which is an in-school supplemental learning program for students from classes UKG to 10th providing courses on spoken and written english skills.
“We’re extremely happy to receive this award from Assocham. The award recognizes the company’s contribution in addressing the lack of quality education and empowerment opportunities among lesser-privileged children through holistically designed programs,” said Maya Swaminathan Sinha, Founder and Director, Clear Maze Consulting Pvt. Ltd. and CMC Skills Pvt. Ltd.
Shailesh Shahi, General Manager, CMC, received the award from C P Singh, Minister of Urban Development, Housing and Transport Department, Govt. Of Jharkhand at the ASSOCHAM National Summit on Skilling India – The Way Forward, on July 31, 2017.
Expert panellists in different sessions were including ASSOCHAM Ranchi Regional Office Director SK Singh, Jharkhand Skill Development Mission Society (JSDMS) Mission Director Ravi Ranjan, Central Tasar Research and Training Institute (Ranchi Centre) Director Ajit Kumar Sinha, Amity University (Ranchi) Vice Chancellor Raman Kumar Jha, ICA Edu Skills Pvt Ltd MD Narendra Kumar Shyamsukha, Ranchi University ex-VC LN Bhagat, JSDMS ex-MD RP Singh, Veer Kunwar Singh University (Arah) ex-VC SP Singh.
Recently, CMC Skills Pvt. Ltd. also won awards for “Skill development through PPP model” by Indian education Network.
Atul Jaiswal, President – CMC Skills received the award in an Awards Ceremony organised on July 21, 2017 at Hotel Le-meridian, New Delhi. (ANI)