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Project �Parijat� for the differently-abled under OIL�s CSR inaugurated

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DULIAJAN, Dec 3 - The Resident Chief Executive of Oil India Limited, Pranjit Deka inaugurated �Project Parijat�, a CSR project of the company in association with the OIL Hospital towards providing sustainable livelihood to the differently-abled while enhancing their skills and mental wellbeing.

The project is implemented by the Vocational Training Unit of Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre which has engaged itself for the development of differently-abled people since 1999 at Duliajan. The inaugural event was also graced by Oil India's Public Affairs department General Manager Dileep Kumar Bhuyan, DK Talukdar, General Manager (MS-Physiotherapy), Amiya Pathak Borpujari, Director of Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre, OIL officials, members of Zaloni Ladies Club and students of Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre (MRC) and their parents.

As part of the project under vocational education, the differently-abled students of MRC at Duliajan will be trained to produce garments for the newborn babies that will be gifted by OIL Hospital to all babies born there. The garments will be tailored by the students in the age group of 15-18 years who are no more part of any formal education system but have stayed with MRC. The Project will provide meaningful and sustainable livelihood opportunities to the students and help them earn income thereby enabling their socio-economic empowerment.

Project Parijat aims to assimilate the differently-abled students with the mainstream society while ensuring their continuous engagement in productive activities, which is one of the essentials for positive mental health.

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Project �Parijat� for the differently-abled under OIL�s CSR inaugurated

DULIAJAN, Dec 3 - The Resident Chief Executive of Oil India Limited, Pranjit Deka inaugurated �Project Parijat�, a CSR project of the company in association with the OIL Hospital towards providing sustainable livelihood to the differently-abled while enhancing their skills and mental wellbeing.

The project is implemented by the Vocational Training Unit of Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre which has engaged itself for the development of differently-abled people since 1999 at Duliajan. The inaugural event was also graced by Oil India's Public Affairs department General Manager Dileep Kumar Bhuyan, DK Talukdar, General Manager (MS-Physiotherapy), Amiya Pathak Borpujari, Director of Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre, OIL officials, members of Zaloni Ladies Club and students of Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre (MRC) and their parents.

As part of the project under vocational education, the differently-abled students of MRC at Duliajan will be trained to produce garments for the newborn babies that will be gifted by OIL Hospital to all babies born there. The garments will be tailored by the students in the age group of 15-18 years who are no more part of any formal education system but have stayed with MRC. The Project will provide meaningful and sustainable livelihood opportunities to the students and help them earn income thereby enabling their socio-economic empowerment.

Project Parijat aims to assimilate the differently-abled students with the mainstream society while ensuring their continuous engagement in productive activities, which is one of the essentials for positive mental health.