Tata Tea entity to offer e-learning to workers’ children in West Bengal

Tata Tea’s northern Indian branch, Amalgamated Plantations Private Limited (AAPL), will provide free online learning facilities to the children of workers in its gardens located in the Dooars region of West Bengal, an official said on Thursday. company manager.

APPL Chief Executive Vikram Singh Gulia, inaugurating a pilot project in Damdim and Neora Gardens, said children in grades four to 12 will benefit from e-learning facilities which will later be extended to all 36 gardens remainder of the business.

He said that after receiving such training, children will be able to get good jobs in the market.

APPL Administrator Amitava Sen said that this facility will open doors for accessing better job opportunities in the future.

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