Ashok Leyland launches ‘Road to Livelihood’ programme

Ashok Leyland Limited, flagship of the Hinduja Group, launched the ‘Road to Livelihood’ initiative an extension of its current ‘Road to School’ program under its CSR commitment.

Minister for Education Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhil inaugurated the program at the Govt. Girls High School, Thally, Krishnagiri District in the presence of. K Nantha Kumar, IAS, Commissioner, Department of School Education and N V Balachander from Ashok Leyland Limited.

N V Balachander, representing CSR and Corp. Affairs for Ashok Leyland Ltd., said, “Our Road to School program has successfully brought in societal equity and inclusion through providing quality education in under-resourced communities. Building on this, we are excited to launch the ‘Road to Livelihood’ project, which will equip the high school and higher secondary school students with relevant knowledge and life skills.”

The ‘Road to Livelihood’ program will focus on students in grades 9 to 12 and help them prepare for meaningful opportunities in spoken English, digital skills, employability skills and most important of all, career counselling.