Khamree Mo Sikkim!
Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) has embarked on a mission to raise awareness about career opportunities among the youth in Northeastern India. To achieve this goal, MSIL has joined hands with the Indian Navy for the ‘Khamree Mo Sikkim’ outreach program, a collaborative effort dedicated to the progress and well-being of the region.
The program’s primary objective is to enlighten and inspire the youth about the abundant career prospects within the Navy. It aims to create a sense of aspiration and reinforce bonds with the local communities in the Northeast.
The Grand Expedition
The initiative kicked off with a grand expedition spanning 6,500 kilometers, commencing from the Indian Navy base at Lonavala. The journey involves 45 Navy officials driving five vehicles, including three Maruti Suzuki Jimny and two flagship Grand Vitara SUVs, over several weeks.
Covering Key Regions
The expedition’s route traverses significant regions, including Mhow, Jhansi, Lucknow, Varanasi, Patna, Bagdogra, Gangtok, Lachen, Gurudongma, Kolkata, Bhubaneshwar, Vishakhapatnam, and Hyderabad.
Three Distinct Stretches
The expedition unfolds in three distinct stretches, each with its unique focus and purpose. The first stretch takes participants from INS Shivaji to Bagdogra. The second stretch comprehensively covers Sikkim, while the third stretch extends from Gangtok, Sikkim, to INS Shivaji, concentrating on empowering rural youth along the eastern coastal region.
Engaging with Local Communities
As the convoy winds through diverse states during its journey, participants engage closely with local communities. They deliver motivational lectures and offer invaluable guidance on defense entrance exams at esteemed educational institutions.
Embracing Culture and Heritage
The rally is more than just an expedition; it promises to weave history and culture into its outreach program. Along the route, participants explore historically significant monuments, blending adventure with the richness of cultural heritage.
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