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Home Youth Education United Technologies and partners to help educate the less priviledged.

United Technologies and partners to help educate the less priviledged.

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A Rs 4.5 million contribution came on the occasion of International Literacy Day.


New Delhi. As part of its International Literacy Day (September 8) initiative, United Technologies, a company that provides a broad range of high technology products and services to the global aerospace and building systems industries, recently announced to fund the education of 800 underprivileged children.

On the occasion Palash Roy Chowdhury, Head- CSR Council, UTC India, along with partners, United Way of Delhi and The Atlanta Foundation (TAF) presented cheques for Rs 4.5 million to NGOs Literacy India and KHUSHII. The two NGOs work with underprivileged women and children.


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