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CREDAI gives scholarships to children of construction workers

Published On : 03 Dec 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews network

Mangaluru: The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI) Mangaluru Chapter gave away scholarships to 20 children of construction workers from this academic year.

Credai Mangaluru Chapter President D B Mehta said that students welfare has been a priority and as a part of its commitment towards the education of the poor and needy, Mangaluru chapter of Credai has decided to provide scholarships.

The scholarships are being given on a merit basis to ensure that the children of labourers do not end up as unskilled labourers and instead continue their studies.

He also said that the Credai Mangaluru chapter has ensured that all the construction labourers on site of Credai members are registered with the labour welfare board and have identity cards to take up the benefit from the government. Karnataka Building and other Construction Workers’ Welfare Board is collecting 1% of the project cost from the employer as cess.

He also said that CREDAI aims to give scholarship to 100 children from next year.

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