‘Sakhi Drishtikon’, a digital vision for rural women

Chennai: Capgemini has launched ‘Sakhi Drishtikon’, an initiative to train and hire rural literate women in India from economically weak background with a location mobility challenge.

This initiative aims to tap into the potential of educated rural women who are not able to reach out to opportunities, The Sakhi Drishtikon initiative started with an aim to bring women from rural India into the mainstream workforce, it said and added: “The program cycle of Sakhi Drishtikon begins with the selection of the candidates by Capgemini enlisted NGO partners. This is followed by a four-week foundation training by Capgemini’s Digital Academy, a 12-week technical training by CIS Academy, and a four-week job shadowing where trained resources will be assigned to each candidate as technical buddy.”


NT Bureau