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Education offers the youth a foundation to achieve their potential. However, millions of children drop out of schools for financial reasons. The Infosys Foundation promotes primary education among underprivileged children through global partnerships.

Inspiring and mentoring upcoming scientists and mathematicians
Inspiring and mentoring upcoming scientists and mathematicians

With the objective of encouraging students to pursue further studies and research across disciplines, especially in mathematics and science, Infosys Foundation has partnered with Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI). The grants from the Foundation have enabled the institution to enhance its infrastructure along with certain basic necessities for all students.

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Providing a boost to engineering students
Providing a boost to engineering students

Infosys Foundation started the Spark-IT program in September 2014. Specifically for engineering students, the three-month course aimed to provide technology and communication skills training to those who consistently performed well academically.

The program received a tremendous response and attracted applicants from all over the country. Infosys Foundation also tied up with a number of institutes in Delhi, Hyderabad, and Pune in order to gain a wider reach.

Eliminating hunger in the classrooms
Eliminating hunger in the classrooms

One of the most effective ways to curb dropout rates in schools is by feeding its students so that they do not have to earn to pay for their meals. Nestled in the Bannerghatta Forest area of Bengaluru, Sri Ramakrishna Vidya Kendra is on a mission to end classroom hunger among children belonging to the below poverty line (BPL) segment as well as the local tribal community.

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