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Tech Mahindra Foundation Launches An “All Women” SMART Academy for Healthcare in Mumbai

Tech Mahindra Foundation Launches An “All Women” SMART Academy for Healthcare in Mumbai

Tech Mahindra Foundation under its Employability vertical has launched Tech Mahindra SMART Academy for Healthcare in Mumbai. Its third SMART Academy is in association with Auxilium Convent School, Pali Hill, which was conceptualized following the success of the first two healthcare academies in New Delhi and Mohali.

Inspired with Tech Mahindra Foundation’s CSR mandate of benefiting over 50% women beneficiaries, the Mumbai Academy is an “All Women” Academy with both the staff and student being women. To strengthen the objectives of SMART Academies for Healthcare, Tech Mahindra Foundation recently launched the #MainBhiHero campaign that aims at creating awareness about the skill-gap of Paramedical Professionals in the country. This All Women SMART Mumbai Academy is a major step ahead in this direction.

Tech Mahindra Foundation Launches An “All Women” SMART Academy for Healthcare in Mumbai

Inaugurating the new Academy in Mumbai, Mr. Anand G. Mahindra – Chairman, Mahindra Group, said, “This All Women Healthcare Academy in Mumbai, will open new doors for women and ensure that they get equal access to quality education and career opportunities in the healthcare sector. Indian women have made us proud in so many ways. Their nurturing hands will make a big difference in our Healthcare Services.”

The Mumbai Academy is a state-of-the-art institute envisaged to create skilled Paramedic and Allied Healthcare professionals. It is equipped with hospital simulated labs, industry-relevant study material, and experienced faculty to help young women make a career in the noble healthcare sector.

About Tech Mahindra Foundation

Tech Mahindra Foundation is the corporate social responsibility arm of Tech Mahindra Limited, a Mahindra Group Company. The Foundation set up in 2007, as a Section 25 Company (referred to as a Section 8 Company in the Companies Act, 2013), has been working tirelessly in the areas of education, employability and disability, with a keen focus on corporate volunteering.

Inauguration picture:  From Left – Ulhas N. Yargop (Director, Tech Mahindra), Vineet Nayyar (Former Executive Vice Chairman, Tech Mahindra), Chetan Kapoor (COO, Tech Mahindra Foundation), Anand G. Mahindra (Chairman, Mahindra Group), M Rajyalakshmi Rao (Independent Director, Tech Mahindra)

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Suman Chaudhary
An engineer by education and writer by profession, Suman keeps tab on startup ecosystem of India and leads the research team of IndiaWeb2 for covering funding deals, merger & acquisition and market reports.

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