Scotland academicians learn from Chandrans Yuva

Glasgow Kelvin College Scotland Directors, faculties, experts and students visited Chandrans Yuva foundation in Podhanur to learn the skill development programs, Corporate social responsibility, Individual responsibility activities.

The students of Glasgow Kelvin college takes the success stories of Chandrans Yuva Foundation in  empowering differently abled & transgender community and have expressed interest to apply the same in Scotland to  bring financial freedom & build confidence in facing the society. The story of South India’s first transgender RJ – Sujithara’s story inspired them to bring lot of transgenders into radio jockey field. They learned about the various activities of the Chandran’s  Yuva Foundation as a field study and  wished to implement the same in their country. Alastair McGhee, Director of Business development, Glasgow Kelvin College led the delegation.