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Company continued its efforts towards peripheral development of its surrounding villages. The vocational training programme to local unemployed youths in collaboration with Jan Sikhshan Sanstha (an organization under the Ministry of Human Resource Development) is being conducted regularly. They were imparted training on different trades like mushroom cultivation, health care, training in cottage industries like making of candle, incense stick, greetings card, sericulture, chalk making and tailoring etc. One mushroom drier has been donated to villagers so that their products are well preserved for better market prospect. Company organizes free medical camps periodically and distributes free medicines to the surrounding villagers. With a view to provide free medical services to the local population, Company has set up a Rural Medical Centre at Narwapahar. The Talent Nurture Programme (TNP) of the company imparts free education to the children of the economically backward people of the surrounding villages. Under this programme, every year about 30 children are being selected from the tribal community of the surrounding villages for admission to Atomic Energy Central Schools run by the company. Apart from free education, these students are provided with complete set of text books, exercise books and uniforms at free of cost and also a monthly stipend of Rs.300/- for male child and Rs.400/- for every child. Besides above, company also organizes various sports activities for employees as well as local youths at regular intervals under the aegis of the Jaduguda Sports Council. Family welfare programme and blood donation camp are also organized from time to time. Health camps are also being organized at regular basis for local villagers. UCIL follows approved Rehabilitation & Resettlement Policy in letter and spirit. More than one thousand land displaced persons in various projects have been provided employment. UCIL has started Industrial Training Centre to equip local youths with skills required in Industries. Classes for first batch of 20 students has started from academic year 2008-09.