Building on India scholarship program 

KPMG in India launched a college scholarship program for underprivileged students in 2007 and since then has granted over 1,000 scholarships at institutions across India.
Building on scholarship program

KPMG in India’s education program is supporting the Lady Shri Ram College for Women, including a new resource center for visually impaired students.

This year, the program was expanded at the Lady Shri Ram College for Women , a leading liberal arts college to help create a resource center for students with visual disabilities. The resource center has been remodeled and equipped with technology, including book scanners that convert text to audio, handheld magnifiers, a Braille embosser and large print keyboards so that visually impaired students can better access academic material.

“Our association with KPMG started five years ago through their scholarship program,” said Kasturi Kanthan, head of the College’s department of English. "Since then our relationship has grown with KPMG providing spoken English classes for students and supporting our new resource center for the visually impaired.”

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