First Batch of arvato’s Community Training Program passes out with flying colours
Gurgaon, India, October 21, 2008

The inception batch of 15 students of the Community Training Programme successfully passes out. This Training Programme is a social initiative from arvato & one of its technology major clients to bring together youth from the weaker sections of society and provide them access to new technology and basic computing. The first batch of the Training Program passed out in October 2008 with all the students passing the program with flying colours and easily surpassing the qualification criteria.

“We are encouraged by the ability and skills demonstrated by these students belonging to modest backgrounds. Their enthusiasm & willingness to learn is astounding! Through this program our aim is to narrow the educational gap in India & empower the youth from the disadvantaged sections of society by providing them the necessary impetus for their professional lives ahead” says Ankush Bhandari, Country Manager, arvato India.

For this program arvato has successfully partnered with leading NGOs and educational institutions and have a dedicated team supporting this initiative. There are currently 80 students in training and we look forward to training 500 students within the next 6 to 8 months.