Even during the pandemic, teaching sessions will be started at Jio Institute in Navi Mumbai on behalf of Reliance Foundation. Apart from this, attention is also being given to the development of women. This announcement was made by Nita Ambani at the Annual General Meeting of Reliance.
In the 44th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) today, many important decisions were taken for the development of the youth and women of the country. Under this, Reliance talked about starting Jio Institute in Navi Mumbai. In the meeting, Nita Ambani said that despite the Corona period, the academic session of the institute will be started from this year itself. Not only this, scholarship will also be started by Reliance Foundation.
Nita Ambani said in the virtual meeting that it took us time to develop Jio Institute, but this institute will be useful to make us aware of new methods and develop the ability to learn something new throughout life. It will cover the technical aspects. So that students can develop the ability to do something on their own.
He said that our top priority was COVID relief. But in the midst of all this, all our other development work should continue. We are continuously developing in the fields of education and sports. We are also working hard to make our dream project Jio Institute come true. Despite the pandemic, I am happy to announce that Jio Institute is all set to start the academic session at its campus in Navi Mumbai this year itself.
Her Circle of Women’s Work
Nita Ambani said that on Women’s Day in March this year, a digital platform called Her Circle was launched by Reliance for women. It is an inclusive, collaborative, interactive and socially conscious digital movement. Apart from this, Reliance Foundation has also partnered with USAID to launch the Women Connect India Challenge this year. It aims to empower more and more Indian women with digital access and opportunity.
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