News: Darwin Platform Group aims to create 4Mn direct employment across the nation

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Darwin Platform Group aims to create 4Mn direct employment across the nation

Announcing it’s ambitious, spirited and bold expansion and employment generation drive, Group Chairman Mr. Ajay Harinath Singh, said that these are the times to build national hope and do our own bit to keep up the nation’s morale while adding to nation’s future well-being.
Darwin Platform Group aims to create 4Mn direct employment across the nation

Undeterred by the temporary economic slowdown while seeing a new resurgent India in coming months, the USD 6 billion Darwin Platform Group of Companies (DPGC) has announced mega business expansion plans. And in the process, has also launched the most ambitious employment generation drive to provide hope and energy to the nation facing the crisis of a life-time.

The  Darwin  Group  has  allocated  Rs  7,000  crores  to  expand  its  footprint  in  retail, agri-business,  healthcare  &  pharma,  energy  amongst  other business  domains.  The Group is targeting to provide direct employment on a monthly payroll of minimum Rs 20,000 to at least 1.5 lakh people in each Indian state, which adds to approximately 40 lakh direct employment generation over the due course of time pan-India.

Announcing it’s ambitious, spirited and bold expansion and employment generation drive, Group Chairman Mr. Ajay Harinath Singh, said that these are the times to build national hope and do our own bit to keep up the nation’s morale while adding to nation’s future well-being.

“India has a very bright future and we as a nation will bounce back with vigour very soon. This is an opportune time for future planning, business expansion and infusing hope in the nation. Our Group has crafted an ambitious but realistic expansion plan and, in the process, we will also spur massive – the biggest in recent years - employment opportunity across India,” said Mr. A H Singh.

Darwin   group   has   interest   in   multiple   business   verticals.   While   retail,   agri, healthcare & pharma, energy will get about 20% each of allocated Rs 7000 crore, rest of the capital outlay will be infused in other business verticals.

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