O.P. Jindal Schools:
The company is running co-educational schools at Raigarh, Nalwa and Tamnar in Chhattisgarh, Angul in Odisha and Patratu in Jharkhand, where quality education is being imparted to over 10,000 students.
O.P. Jindal Institute of Power Technology:
The institute offers various undergraduate and postgraduate courses, which are based on renovation, research and modernisation of power plants by applying the correct methodologies and techniques. In accordance with the educational policy of the organisation, students are also provided with practical training on handling of power technology equipment. The institute promotes its long-term vision of tapping the best available talent from the nation and trains them accordingly in order to meet the heavy demand of the power industry.
O.P. Jindal Institute of Technology:
The Institute offers 4-year undergraduate engineering programmes in mechanical, electrical, electronics, civil and metallurgy courses. The curriculum for the courses is diverse and enriching, which helps students to deliver in new and creative ways. The institute is committed to develop a pool of high quality, professionally groomed technical and engineering manpower that will be respected for professional and social values.
O.P. Jindal Community Colleges:
These colleges have been established as an entirely philanthropic, pioneering institution is the realisation of the vision of Shri O.P. Jindal to educate and train a "skilled workforce who makes the products and services of industry as per international standards”.
These institutes offer vocational training in trades like electrical, welding, plumbing, fitting, computer operation, cutting & tailoring, steno Hindi and automotive. These institutes are located at Angul & Barbil (Odisha), Patratu and Godda (Jharkhand) and Punjipathra (Chhattisgarh). Besides the above educational initiatives, the company has also adopted four Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Sarangarh, Kharsia, Gharghoda in Chhattisgarh and Barbil in Odisha. Besides this, adult literacy programs have also been undertaken where close to 300 community teachers are teaching.