Learning Links Foundation (LLF) , a not for profit, dedicated to “Empowering Lives”. Working in the Formal and Non-formal Education sector has join hands with DIYguru for upskilling of army veterans. The training will enable veterans to get upskilled in the domain of EV repair and maintainance and troubleshooting as part of DIYguru CEVT program.
The army veterans will be undergoing 30 days of hands on training at DIYguru facility and DoReal Motors facility in Delhi NCR where they will be retrofitting a TATA Nano ICE vehicle into an EV vehicle. At the end of the programme there will be placement drive for the trained veterans to work with the EV industry.
LLF Foundation has four domains of specialization; enhancing the Quality of Education, strengthening Citizenship, harnessing the power of Technology for Educational and Social Improvement and supporting Sustainable Social Innovation. The Foundation works closely with the Ministry of Human Resource Development, the Ministry of Information & Technology and State Governments across many States. In addition, teams at Learning Links Foundation work with Universities across the country, State Councils of Education Research & Training, (SCERTs), Prominent Private Schools, Apex Bodies like NCERT, NUEPA, NCTE, NAAC, NIOS etc., multilaterals and partners and other NGOs for the implementation of various programs in India.
DIYguru has been in the news with it’s recent tieup with Govt. of Karnataka and TATA Technologies for upskilling of students and working professionals. The platform has till date catered to 60,000 + students all across india and outside india mainly in nepal, Bangladesh, Malysia and Brazil.