Project Panchhi: Vedanta Recruits 40 Odisha Girls For Lanjigarh Refinery In Kalahandi

Bhubaneswar: Vedanta Aluminium, India’s largest producer of aluminium, launched ‘Project Panchhi’ at its alumina refinery at Lanjigarh, in Odisha’s Kalahandi district, on the occasion of International Women’s Day.

A total of 40 girls from economically backward communities were identified for recruitment at Vedanta’s Lanjigarh operations.

They were handed over offer letters at the felicitation ceremony attended by MLA Pradeep Kumar Dishari, District Collector & Magistrate P Anwesha Reddy, Sub-Collector Dr Biswajit Das, Block Development Officer Jitendra Mishra, Panchayati Raj Institution (PRI) members from 10 Gram Panchayats in the peripheral community spanning Rayagada and Kalahandi districts, Deputy CEO of Vedanta Limited – Alumina Business GG Pal and CHRO, Vedanta Limited – Aluminium Business and Group Anchor for the project Dilip Kumar Sinha.

‘Project Panchhi’ is Vedanta’s corporate recruitment drive which aims to employ 1,000 girls from financially backward communities across its diverse businesses in metals, mining, oil & gas situated pan-India.

The target group is girls from lower income families who are likely to opt out of studies and be denied a fulfilling career, owing to financial and social constraints.

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