The Adani Foundation’s Adani Skill Development Center has flown the success flag over the seven seas. On October 15, the London-based Adani Skill Development Center won the Stevie Award for “Organization of the Year – Not-for-Profit.” The first organisation from India to win in the Gold category is ASDC.
After examining groups including Junis Global of the United States of America, TM Forum of London, the Cement Industry Employers Association of Turkey, and Life Services Alternatives of the USA, a panel of 35 judges named ASDC the winner.
Through its network of skill development centres around the nation, ASDC has made a substantial contribution to the social and economic advancement of the nation’s lower classes. The institute gives its pupils high-level instruction in skill upgrading to help them become independent.
For consideration in a variety of categories, including Company of the Year, Marketing Campaign of the Year, Best New Product or Service of the Year, Startup of the Year, Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year, and Executive of the Year, more than 3,700 nominations from organisations of all sizes and in almost every industry were submitted this year.
The competition this year included a number of new categories to honour businesses and people for their contributions to thought leadership and social media.
Through more than 75 courses in more than 20 areas throughout 11 Indian states, ASDC offers job-oriented training. More than 1 lakh adolescents, including more than 60% of women, have become employed as a consequence of the organization’s initiatives. The institute has put 19 young people in the field of skill development on a global scale.