Group Discussion Topic: Charity begins at work
According to an Economic Times report, 100 campus recruits from XLRI-Jamshedpur, IIM Calcutta and other b-schools came on board at Bharti Airtel. They will all be put through an intensive six-month induction programme before they are sent for their first assignment, a 15-day stint at Satya Bharti Schools in Punjab and Rajasthan.
The schools are run by the Bharti Foundation to provide free, English-medium education to deprived children.
Many top-notch companies like Bharti, IBM, Citigroup and HSBC are engaged in such philanthropical work.
Half of IBM's workforce spent a day volunteering, working with NGOs and in community services, on Thursday.
Citigroup has also asked its new recruits to spend time in community service activities. These activities include spending time with children and old people while working with NGOs.
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