Sona Comstar partners with Ashoka University to promote Women Scholars
Sona BLW Precision Forgings Ltd ("Sona Comstar"), Ashoka University one of India's leading automotive technology companies, has signed an MoU with to provide scholarship to eligible Women Scholars pursuing Computer Science or Mathematics as their major/minor in the undergraduate program.
The program will benefit fourteen meritorious and deserving women students from economically weaker backgrounds for three years.
Commenting on the partnership said, "We are delighted to partner with the prestigious Ashoka University to provide scholarships to women graduate students.
Our partnership with Ashoka University is a step towards promoting women's representation in STEM education and workforce."
The partnership between Ashoka University and Sona Comstar in extending scholarships to women students pursuing undergraduate studies in mathematics and computer sciences is in line with the university's focus to expand its sciences programme.
It is a great opportunity to promote STEM education among women from Venkat economically Eshwara, Pro weaker Vice sections Chancellor, in India.
Ashoka We hope University, that more students will be encouraged to take STEM courses through this opportunity and add to our robust sciences programme in the - ENDS university," - said.
Founded in 1995, it is headquartered in Gurugram, India and has emerged as a global supplier with nine manufacturing and assembly facilities across India, USA, Mexico, and China.
Sona Comstar is a leading supplier to the fast-growing market.
Women's participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in India has risen over the years, but their participation in the workforce remains low.
Women's lack of participation in the workforce is a cause of concern for the manufacturing industry.
One of the root causes is that the talent pool for women in STEM is small.
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