Uber partners with army welfare body to enroll the services of ex-servicemen
As part of the partnership, AWPO will refer potential ex-servicemen who wish to become driver-partners on the Uber platform.
AWPO assists in the placement of Indian Army ex-servicemen in private sector jobs and provide entrepreneurship opportunities.
This tie-up is intended to create driver partner opportunities for over one lakh ex-servicemen and women.
In September last year, Uber had unveiled its
"At Uber, we understand that members of our armed forces are some of the nation's most talented, committed and skilled people. It is our honour to extend our hand and provide access to opportunities for entrepreneurship and empowerment," claimed Uber India President Amit Jain.
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