News from APPL Foundation

A Tea Harvester Training program for OCHIAI Harvesters was organized at APPITI Rowta with faculty support from OCHIAI from 3rd to 8th September 2018.

Digital literacy has become the new buzzword in education as parents and educators alike work to help students prepare for a world that is increasingly online.

TANGLA, July 23: In a bid to provide accommodation facilities to girl students, a 100-bedded girls’ hostel of the Amalgamated Plantations Private Industrial Training Institute (APPITI) was inaugurated at Rowta in Udalguri recently.

A 100-seater Girls Hostel at Rowta, in Udalguri was inaugurated recently. The hostel was opened to provide accomodation facilities to girl students the Amalgamated Plantations Private Industrial Training Institute (APPITI).

On 16th July 2018, APPL-F met the Hon’ble Labour Minister of Assam, Shri Pallab Lochan Das and acknowledged their support for Sirish. The Tea Community is the backbone of the Tea industry and has contributed to the economy and culture of Assam. We conceptualized this annual cultural festival ‘Sirish’ to showcase the rich cultural diversity of the Tea Tribe community.

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