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SDC India International conference and SDC India CSR

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Mr. V.R.Sai Ganesh (Trustee SDC) honouring Manish Mandana (Joint Managing Director - Mandana Industries) during 13th International SDC Conference 2018

The SDC is a professional, chartered society. They are also a global organisation, with their Head Office in Bradford UK, they have an international network of regions and activities. Their mission is to Educating the changing world in the science of colour.

The conference saw the presence of Mr. V.R.Sai Ganesh (Trustee SDC), Dr. Graham Clayton (CEO, SDC UK) Manish Mandana (Joint Managing Director – Mandana Industries), Archana Kochar, Dr. Aneel Kashi Mmurarka, Anjani Prasad and many more.   Read more

KPIT Awarded the FKCCI CSR Awards 2018 for CSR Excellence in Basic Education

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KPIT receiving the FKCCI CSR Awards 2018 for CSR Excellence in Basic Education

KPIT Technologies (BSE: 532400; NSE: KPIT), a global technology company specializing in IT consulting and product engineering, today announced that it was awarded the FKCCI CSR Awards 2018 by the Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FKCCI). The award for CSR Excellence in the Basic Education category for KPIT’s contribution via the Chhote Scientists project was presented by Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka, Mr. G. Parameshwara, at the FKCCI CSR Conference and Awards – 2018 held in Bengaluru. Read more

Embassy Group Wins Dual Recognition at The Prestigious India CSR Leadership Summit 2018

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Embassy Group, India’s leading real estate developer won dual honours at the prestigious India CSR Leadership Summit, organized by INDIACSR.

Embassy Group were recognized for their exemplary CSR leadership and innovation and were conferred with the Community Initiative Award for their holistic program interventions in government schools in Bangalore. They also won the runner-up award for the Best CSR Inter-Company Collective Action Project for Collaboration. Read more

Stonehill International School Hosts Forum to Champion – The Cause Of Child Friendly CSR in Corporate India

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The Indo-American Chamber Of Commerce (IACC), in association with Event partner, Stonehill International School (An Educational Initiative of The Embassy Group) and ChildFund India hosted a forum on creating Child -Friendly CSR programs in corporate India. The forum titled, “Making CSR Child- Friendly” held at Hotel Le Meridian on 3rd April 2018 endeavored to promote and support accountability towards child development through committed corporate social responsibility. This event served as a platform to discuss and highlight relevant concerns such as online protection for children, on-road safety for children, child protection measures in school, child safety standards and parents protocol, government child safety mechanisms, infant mortality and female infanticide. Read more

Relaxo CSR Project with Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital

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Relaxo Foundation and Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital have signed MoU on 15th Jan’18 to implement jointly developed 3-year long project ‘Nayan’ in the Tijara block of Alwar district. The project will provide comprehensive quality and sustainable Eye care services from primary to secondary level to more than 2.5 lakh people of 187 villages of Tijara block.

The long term project goal is to create a positive and facilitative environment for positive health seeking behaviour in the under privileged sections so that early identification and treatment of ‘Avoidable Blindness’ is made possible in a self-sustainable quality oriented delivery system which furthers the  goal of Vision 2020.

According to Census of India 2011, out of total 121 crore population, approximately 1.21 crore are visually impaired. The main causes of blindness in India are Cataract (62.6%) Refractive Error (19.70%) Corneal Blindness (0.90%), Glaucoma (5.80%), Surgical Complication (1.20%) Posterior Capsular Opacification (0.90%) Posterior Segment Disorder (4.70%), Others (4.19%) Estimated National Prevalence of Childhood Blindness /Low Vision is 0.80 per thousand. Read more