"It is not enough to be compassionate. You must act"
- Dalai Lama

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We at Tech Mahindra Foundation are supporting projects which empower all to RISE.

The journey of ‘Empowering through Education’ began in 2007 and through our interventions, we continue ‘Giving wings to young Dreams’ across 11 cities in India. The Foundation works with the mandate that 50% of its beneficiaries are women and 10% are Persons with disabilities. Over the years, the Foundation has impacted 2,90,425 direct beneficiaries across all the programs except COVID Relief (as on 31 March 2021). In the FY 2019-20, we impacted 38,337 direct beneficiaries and in the FY 2020-21, we impacted 30,820 through all our programs except COVID Relief.

Our COVID Relief Program has impacted 25,13,819 lives lives through 512 COVID Relief Program across 17 states in the country (as on 11 June 2021).

The actual beneficiaries of our social initiatives are from the community itself. We at the Foundation, connect with the community at different levels of program ideation, program design, execution and review with the intent of designing and implementing programs for the community at large. We have witnessed the community flourish through our various programs in employability, education, disability, and corporate volunteering and the aim for years to come is to maximise our impact by incorporating innovation and sustainability in our projects.

lives through our COVID Relief Program
direct beneficiaries over the years
direct beneficiaries in FY 2020-21


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Youth have been Trained in SMART Centres and Academies

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Placement rate

To boost the country’s overall economic growth, it is essential to train the youth with the requisite employability skills and prepare them to become independent. In FY 2020-21, close to 15,268 youth were trained and in FY 2019-20 and close to 20,288 young women and men were trained under our SMART programs to gain better employability opportunities in trades and industries. More than 75% of the graduates are placed in jobs across multiple industries in the FY 2020-21 after completion of their training. The Foundation enables the youth to acquire employable market-oriented skills and links them to potential employers, thereby facilitating the development of self-reliant and confident individuals.

*Cumulative figures are as on 31st March 2021


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Children were supported across our education programs

As part of our teacher training program Shikshaantar

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Teachers were Trained

Access to quality education is the key to the betterment of the individual and society. Our ARISE program was able to reach out to 6,398 children in FY 2020-21 and reached out to 9,817 children in government schools in FY 2019-20. Also, our Shikshaantar program trained 6,378 teachers in FY 2020-21, trained 3,797 teachers in FY 2019-20. The Foundation is committed to bringing in a systemic social change with special emphasis on school development programs and capacity building for educators. The focus remains on enabling children from the underprivileged and marginalized socio-economic strata to get quality education and optimise their full potential.

*Cumulative figures are as on 31st March 2021


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Children with Disabilities were supported with inclusive education as part of ARISE+ Program

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Persons with Disabilities were benfitted with Skill Development under SMART+ Program

Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities needs to be eradicated from society by providing them with opportunities for a better future to lead a dignified life. Our ARISE+ program reached and benefitted 2,776 Children in FY 2020-21 and 2,864 in FY 2019-20 with Disabilities by providing chronic therapy as well as special education, to help them lead fulfilling lives. Similarly, our SMART+ program provided market related-entrepreneurial skills and job opportunities to 1,687 Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) in FY 2020-21 and 1,556 Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) in FY 2019-20. The Foundation focuses on inclusive education and skill development training for Persons with Disabilities to restore their dignity and independence.

*Cumulative figures are as on 31st March 2021

COVID Relief Program



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projects in 17 states across India

The Foundation is implementing the COVID Program intending to contain the spread of the virus and also aiming at protecting the communities that are most at risk of serious social and economic disruption due to public health measures undertaken to suppress COVID-19 transmission. Our COVID Relief Program has impacted 25,13,819 lives through 512 COVID Relief Program across 17 states in the country (as on 11 June 2021).  Since March 2020, the Foundation continues to provide dry ration kits, cooked meals, life-saving medical equipments and safety gear like PPE kits & masks and sanitized community toilets. We are working towards minimizing the impact of the pandemic on public health and limit its potential for further disruption to the lives and the economy by addressing the challenges of weakened healthcare systems and entrenched inequalities in a post-COVID world.

*(as on 11 June 2021)


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Tech Mahindra Associates

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Hours of Volunteering

Coming together for the disadvantaged communities to promote empathy and understanding of social inequalities is a solution to reduce inequalities in society. In FY 2019-20, 32,063 Tech Mahindra Associates clocked 168,176 hours of volunteering across our projects in India and around 31,830 of them clocked 164,278 hours in FY 2018-19. The Foundation encourages Tech Mahindra associates to share their time and skills in a socially constructive manner for community development. They volunteer towards our beneficiaries through programs that range from community-based such as Swachchta to learnings that are curriculum-based, such as Soft-skill trainings to SMART students. While in the process of building the community of change-makers, the most important thing that we do is to sensitize our associates to understand that all this is a ‘Way of Life’ which at Tech Mahindra we call ISR (Individual Social Responsibility).

*Cumulative figures are as on 31st March 2020

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