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DIAL’s vocational training school brings hope for many

DNDEL7023 | 7/17/2017 | Author : Anvit Srivastava | WC :247 | Education & Careers

Just a year ago, Mohammad Hilaluddin was among the scores of unemployed youths in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh. Today, he is an airport supervisor in Barcelona, Spain. This transformation in Hilaluddin’s life has come courtesy the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme of the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL).The father of the 23-year-old is a labourer and he has five more siblings. There was barely enough to survive and Hilaluddin was at his wits’ end when a neighbour told him about the DIAL training school. After finishing the mechanised cleaning course at the vocational training school in Palam, he started off as a mechanical cleaning staff at a small firm in Delhi. “After completion of the 50-day course in 2015, a co
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