Dubai Firm Offers Jobs to Underprivileged Indian Students - The New Indian Express

Dubai Firm Offers Jobs to Underprivileged Indian Students

Published: 05th February 2014 02:27 PM

Last Updated: 05th February 2014 02:27 PM

Four underprivileged students from India were given permanent jobs by a Dubai-based company after they completed their apprenticeships with the firm. Dubai-headquartered Transguard Group said the initiative was a part of its commitment to develop next generation talent.

"Through this initiative our aim is to help disadvantaged youth break the cycle of poverty and afford them an opportunity to build a career in one of the region's most exciting industry sectors," said Mark Povey, a spokesperson with Transguard Group.

The company has a partnership with Bangalore's Christel House School to provide a two-year in-house vocational training to talented students.

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