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Skills Development

TCI Foundation works for the skill development of tribal women and girls of Kara Block and conducted regular training and imparted skills for tailoring, stitching and embroidery to 40 women in two quarters; after the training they were independent to initiate their own setups or to work with other establishments.

The youngsters (boys and girls) of Kara Block of Jharkhand were imparted computer training by TCI Foundation, enabled them to setup their own establishments or to work with other establishments.


Road Safety Drive

TCI Foundation in association with JK Tyre conducted the Road Safety Camps at Chandigarh, Haridwar, Vashi, Bhiwandi and xxx. The drive was initiated for heavy duty vehicle drivers. Mechanics and other allied population in Transport Areas to disseminate education and information on road and traffic rules and regulations in India and to standard operating procedure to tackle situations in the event of emergency situations. The drive was supported by the State Transport Department and State Traffic Police. The renowned trainers were facilitated by Society for Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).


Transystem Education Grant-in-Aid

TCI-DAV Pubic School under TCI Foundation, being located in remote area of Jharkhand is always in forefront to educate the tribal area children in the Kara Block of Distt. Khunti. The school has gradually gained students strength of more than 613 in the academic year 2016-17. The school was in media limelight for its achievement in sports and extracurricular activities. Ms Apporva Surin won Silver Medal in 100m race in DAV National Sports held in Ranchi and was selected for participation in Zonal competitions. The school was credited with CGPA of 9.8 in the academic session 2015-16. The school along with education also involved students in social activities by celebrating World Environment Day, World Sanitation Day, Swach Bharat Abhiyan and other initiatives.

The Transystem Logistics Internationa-l Limited initiated Educational Grant-in-Aid of worth Rs. 5,00,000/- (five lakh rupees) to the deserving and economically weaker students of TCI-DAV Public School for the academic year 2016-17. The grant-in-aid was awarded to the students after rigorous evaluation of economic status of their families and consideration of merit after conduct of competitive exam and sports trials in the school in the presence of parents and village authorities.

TCI-DAV School was evaluated by Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) and was awarded its recognition for next five academic years.


National Capacity Building Initiative

The National AIDS Control Organization Government of India, in collaboration with Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and TCI Foundation conducted three days Master Trainers Training at New Delhi from 20-22 September 2016, wherein eight officials from TCI Foundation were deputed for Mater Trainers Training including Mr. Akram Quazi Project Coordinator Bhilwara, Mr. Gaurav Maurya Project Coordinator Haridwar, Mr. Punit Kumar Program Officer HQs, Mr. Shivendra Kumar Jha Project Manager HQs, Ms. Sonia Manager Quality Control & Sustainability HQs, Ms. Namita Mehra Executive HR and Ms. Sheelu Juneja Training Consultant. The trained Master Trainers shall impart the training across India to the State AIDS Control Society supported project staff. The creation of Master Trainer cadre shall be useful tool for the country to be used in future for strengthening the HIV/AIDS control and prevention initiative of Government of India.


Our Reach To Differently Abled Persons

TCI Foundation Jaipur Foot & Rehabilitation Centre at Patna successfully implanted prosthetic and orthotics devises to 108 beneficiaries. The centre since April 2016 has catered its services through static and satellite clinics to more than 700 patients. The centre through its mobile prosthetic workshop has reached to unreached and underprivileged population in Jharkhand and Bihar States. The centre is proudly associated with renowned medical organizations in India and abroad.


Blood Donation Drive Across India

To commemorate the death anniversary of TCI Founder Sh. P.D. Agarwal, blood donation camps were organized by TCI Foundation in joint collaboration with National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) and TCIL. The camps were organized at Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Haridwar, Vashi, Bhiwandi, Ruderapur, Jaipur, Pata, Kanpur and Bhilwara, wherein 274 units of blood were donated by the volunteer. It was heartfelt that Indian Army officials voluntarily donated blood at the camp organized at TCI Foundation Clinic Jaipur powered by Government Undertaking Hindustan Petroleum Corporation of India Limited (HPCL), and above all the record breaking blood donation of 87 units was recorded at TCIF Clinic at Jaipur managed by Project Manager Mr. Laxmikant Sharma under supervision of Program Officer Mr. Punit Gupta.

The Foundation has enacted Blood Donation Policy which shall be implemented across all centres of TCI Foundation as well as offices of TCIL. Blood donation databank has been developed at TCI Foundation Headquarters which shall be comprising of details of the donors and a nodal officer of TCI Foundation shall be in direct liaison with blood banks and NACO to manage the requirement of blood units for TCI and TCIF employees, in case of emergency.


Initiative For Family Healthcare

TCI Foundation in association with JK Tyre Industries Ltd. and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited successfully organized family healthcare camps to cater specialized medical services including dental care, lung function test, STI and HIV screening at Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Vashi, Bhiwandi, Haridwar, Allahabad, Dobbaspet, Ravulapalem, Jaipur, Satara, Gobindapur, Pata and Kanpur. The patients infected with sexually transmitted diseases were treated holistically by the qualified specialists. The cases requiring special attentions were referred to designated government hospitals. Total 1892 patients were treated in seventeen camps conducted at the mentioned locations.


Healthcare Drive For Truckers

TCI Foundation staff deployed at 21 clinics in India were able to deliver the significant medical and healthcare services to the truckers and allied population. Healthcare education and information on Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), HIV, AIDS, drugs abuse prevention, and family care planning was disseminated amongst targeted population.


Life at TCIF

TCI Foundation a family of more than 500 professionals, including Medical Doctors, Social Scientists, Educationists, Counsellors, Technicians and Outreach Members. We work with number of partners in India and abroad. We are guided by the ethics to bring equality and better life for all, wherever they live.