The company said it has started a programme 'Samarth' for this purpose and has partnered with various bodies including NIIT foundation, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, LabourNet and Udyogwardhini, among others.
In May 2014, Tata Housing had announced its foray into Sri Lanka with an investment of over USD 400 million (about Rs 2,400 crore) to develop a township project at Colombo in tie-up with Urban Development Authority (UDA) of Sri Lanka.
With developers in a race against time to clear their inventory and push sales, property buyers are spoilt for choice as realty firms are offering discounts, freebies and attractive financing schemes, say experts.
Tata Housing will invest about Rs 1,500 crore to develop two new residential projects in Mumbai and Kolkata and has started selling apartments from today through its online 'National Home Buying Week'.
Marking the World Environment Day noted sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik has created a unique sand sculpture in Puri depicting the importance of protecting the environment and building eco-friendly homes.