Ajay S. Bhutoria, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Zensar, said, “Building the next generation of talent is of utmost importance. I am very proud of our team’s efforts in South Africa. By providing a platform so these deserving students can develop their skills, we are creating a more stable and brighter future for us all.”
James Donald, CEO, Tomorrow Trust said, “In Zensar, we have found a like-minded partner that understands the critical need to invest in these children’s education. They have the vision to upskill future talent for the fast-growing ICT sector in this region. We are extremely grateful for this partnership and look forward to working closely with Zensar to continue impacting more children and youth of South Africa.”
As per the regulatory filing, Tomorrow Trust works with local partners like Zensar to invest in enhancing the educational ability to bridge the gaps that COVID-19 created.
Notably, this donation comes at a time when the pandemic has resulted in many young students discontinuing their studies, and this initiative aims to provide digital access to these students. They can pursue developing key competencies and have the option to learn from anywhere, keeping safe in the ongoing pandemic.
At around 2.24 pm, Zensar was trading at Rs289.75 per piece down by 1.7% on Sensex.