eClerx and NASSCOM Foundation Train60+ Female Students in Chandigarh on Employability Enhancement Skills



28 September 2018


eClerx – a global provider of critical business operations services to over 50 Fortune 500 companies and NASSCOM Foundation, announced the completion of training of 60+students under the eSkills Employability Enhancement Programme. 

The eSkills Employability Enhancement Programme is an eClerx CSR initiative and is conceptualized and governed by NASSCOM Foundation.Under the program, the students were trained on industry aligned courses in Customer Relationship Management (Non-voice) through an on-campus approach with MCM DAV College for Women from Chandigarh.

While congratulating the students on their graduation, PD Mundhra, Co-founder and Executive Director, eClerx Services Ltd, said “The graduation ceremony is the culmination of the program that prepares these young aspirants for achieving their career goals. We are happy to have been able to equip this first batch of our eSkills Employability Enhancement program candidates with new age skills, and hope that this proves beneficial to the students from under-served communities while becoming a source of sustainable talent for our industry”

Mr. Shrikant Sinha, CEO, NASSCOM Foundation,said. “We are glad to have partnered with eClerx to train the youth from underserved communities on key skills and make them employment ready for any IT-BPM company to hire – A win-win for both, the society and the industry.Our partner, eClerx, through this initiative has helped us to set an extraordinary example of how CSR money can be used for the benefit of creating more employment opportunities for the ever expanding young population of our country.”

Training wasimpartedin Chandigarh to the students in accordance to the guidelines set forth by the National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC) through a classroom based, instructor led framework. The programme equipped the target beneficiaries with the SSC NASSCOM Qualification Pack for CRM Non-Voice QP 2211.

The programme also trained beneficiaries on life skills, functional English oral and written communication skills, business etiquette, problem solving, time management, customer orientation, interview skills, and other soft skills enabling them to find employment across the IT-BPM industry.


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