Thiruvananthapuram, Mar 4 (PTI) The Adani foundation has
launched a project aimed at providing career building
opportunities for students and youth hailing from Kerala''s
The project, part of the foundation''s CSR activity, will
be held in association with Lifology.com, the world''s top
career accelerator for youth.
Gujarat-based Adani Ports and SEZ Private Ltd is
developing the Rs 7,525 crore International Transhipment
Deepwater Multipurpose Seaport at nearby Vizhinjam.
Contrary to the conventional model of social
responsibility campaigns, the project aims to provide career-
building opportunities to students from the state''s less
developed coastal areas using the Lifology.com platform, a
press release said.
"Working with Adani Foundation fills us with positive
energy to drive the youth in these regions to successful
There is a huge potential in these parts that we can
channel towards the pursuit of excellence in various career
fields," Chief Executive Officer of Lifology, Praveen
Lifology, being world''s first career accelerator for
teens is looking for more opportunities to be a helping hand
to the less privileged communities across India, he added.
The platform determines the best fit career track for
young students using Al powered psychometric assessments.
Career coaching based on the personalized reports will be
carried out by the Lifologists (career coaches of
The coaching process starts after the personal
assessments conducted on mobile devices or personal computers.
The students are given access to the Lifology platform
for a year.
As the platform made an amazing impact for the initiative
held a year ago, Adani Foundation requested the continued
support from Lifology for this year as well.
At Vizhinjam under the CSR of Adani Vizhinjam Port Pvt.
Ltd. we are trying to develop the human potential among the
youth in under-served regions across the country, Unit CSR
Head of Adani Foundation, Anil Balakrishnan said. PTI UD
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