Adani Gangavaram Port

Visakhapatnam:29th August 2023 Adani Gangavaram Port the deepest and the most modern port in the country as a part of its CSR program has taken a significant step in its commitment to community development by inaugurating the 1st Adani Evening Education Center (AEEC) at MPP School, Dibbapalem. This initiative is implemented in association with Adani Foundation and it aims to support more than 200 students in the first year. Participatory learning methods are being adopted to increase students’ attendance and effective learning and lead to progressive performance in academics.

The Adani Evening Education Center (AEEC) at MPP School is designed to help underprivileged students excel in their studies through engaging learning methods. It’s also a great initiative to help children and adults who discontinued their education due to personal or economic reasons to reinitiate their studies. The program’s goal is to improve attendance, learning, and academic performance. This initiative will expand to 5 villages across 2 locations in the coming months. The next center will be started at ZPH School, Gangavaram village very soon.

Adani Gangavaram Port has been actively involved in enhancing education in local communities. The establishment of a Computer Center at ZPHS, Gangavaram has been a witness to their commitment to empowering the youth with valuable skills. This initiative brings into line with the Adani Group’s core values and commitment to community development through education and skill-building.

Speaking on the occasion Adani Gangavaram Port Limited management said” We are committed to the development of the community by providing education to the underprivileged children’s in our neighbourhood. We believe education is a powerful tool for bringing a positive change. The Adani Evening Education Center reflects our dedication to improving education and contributing to the growth of our communities. Adani Gangavaram Port Limited is also planning to engage with the people on Skill development & infrastructure in the future”