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  • When the mind is strong, nothing else matters


    Born with a physical affliction, Aruna discovered – with the help of Mahindra Pride School – that she had abilities stronger than her disability

    As a child, Aruna suffered immensely due to a polio-induced condition that paralysed the lower part of her body. More than physical, the agony was emotional and mental as the condition forced her to become a burden on her parents, especially her father.

  • Tech Mahindra Foundation: Shaping minds, shaping the future


    The Foundation is the corporate social responsibility arm of Tech Mahindra Limited. Established in 2007, its’s work in primary education focuses on three thematic areas: empowerment of teachers, school improvement, and learning enrichment. The programmes are run in two modes — directly implemented through the Foundation and with partner organisations.



  • KC Mahindra Education Trust: Giving wings to ambitions


    Since its inception, Mahindra has been a socially responsible corporate — going beyond the legal and statutory requirements — to make responsible investments in the community. Corporate Social Responsibility has always been an integral part of the Group's vision and is the cornerstone of our core value of being a Good Corporate Citizen. Over the years, the Group's efforts in education, health and environment have transformed lives of thousands of people all over the world.



  • Mahindraites Volunteer: Sparking A Culture Of Giving


    The Mahindra Employee Social Options (ESOPs) programme gives employees added purpose and breaks the monotony of everyday life

    For Vinodini Bhargava, a Mahindra Research Valley employee, weekends are for spending time with her children. The only difference being her children are a batch of 20 government school students.

  • Fostering Learning Through Technology: Helping Dreams Blossom


    As a teacher at Project Nanhi Kali, Shobha Gehlot is an ardent promoter of education in her village.

    The right support at the right time can change a person’s life. The story of 20-year-old Shobha Gehlot, one of Project Nanhi Kali’s most vibrant and enterprising teachers in Madhya Pradesh, is an excellent example of this.

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