Tally to raise the standard of Dalits in Bihar

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Bangalore: Tally solutions announced the first batch of beneficiaries under the Bihar Mahadalit Vikas Mission (BMVM). As per the understanding with the Government of Bihar, Tally will conduct its training programs on Tally. ERP 9 in all the 38 districts of the state and help the government in its initiatives to raise the socio- economic status of the Mahadalit community in Bihar. The project will target 1140 beneficiaries in the first phase. Avinash Gupta, President of Tally Solutions said, "Tally endeavors to aid in the socio-economic improvement of the Mahadalit community through training and development activities. The Tally Academy offers a structured, sustainable framework to impart skills to unemployed and underemployed, and hence help the community earn acceptance in the society." BMVM with the SC-ST Welfare Department had started the Dashrath Manjhi Kaushal Vikas Yojna under the direction and vision of the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, whose dream is to raise the communities falling under the category of Mahadalits from just a miserable existence. BMVM conceived and executed this project in the state of Bihar targeting all such communities. One of the beneficiaries of the program said, "I am preparing myself to gain knowledge and support my family by securing a job and earn a status for my family and myself in society." Complete funding towards the project is borne by BMVM including a daily stipend of 75 to the beneficiaries till completion of the training programme.