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CSR: Using Solar Energy To Combat Light Poverty

With the non-renewable energy resources extinguishing at an alarming rate, while the demand for energy increasing even faster, it is time to explore alternate energy options. We have been blessed with tremendous energy sources that are natural and available for free which we fail to utilize productively. Sun is a huge example for that. Sun...
International Yoga Day

CSR: Promoting Healthy Lifestyle On International Yoga Day

Yoga and Ayurveda are interrelated branches that encompasses all of human life and the entire universe. Each has its unique place and function, but each overlaps into the other on various levels. Yoga and Ayurveda are two healing disciplines that are related to each other according to the Vedic literature in India. The natural sciences...
Drought in Karnataka

CSR: Increasing Safe Water Access For At-Risk Communities

Massive droughts have hit the southern India with huge drop in rainfalls and ground water levels constantly depleting due to improper use. In Midst of the river wars going on between the states, many communities are suffering without access to fresh water for day to day use. In Karnataka, the water shortage has worsened with...
Sanitary Pads

CSR: Sanitary Pads Hazardous To Environment

Menstrual Hygiene is a subject that is not openly spoken of in India. This communication gap has caused hazardous implications not only to the health of several women in the country but also to the environment. With release of the Bollywood movie ‘Padman’, use of sanitary pads and its importance has come into light. Many...
street food in india

CSR: Cleaning The Street Food

Food safety and hygiene is of paramount importance in order to prevent illnesses with focus on achieving the highest possible level of good health and well-being in India. Promoting hygienic food handling practices and increasing awareness on personal hygiene can help in building a strong foundation of good food habits amongst people. In an attempt to inculcate...
CRM for non-profits

CSR: CRM For Non Profit Organisations

There has been a huge paradigm shift in the way the businesses worked after the term Customer Relationship Management (CRM) was coined. The service sector has become very dominant in today’s world, leading the other businesses to provide additional services along with the products to increase as well as retain the existing customers. Personalisation...
Training Women in Paramedic skills

CSR: Empowering Women With Paramedic Skills

According to Union Ministry of Health and Welfare Data, Healthcare sector in India is facing acute shortage of trained professionals. There has been a shortage of 2 lakh paramedics in the country till 2015. Addressing the national concern, while working towards social issues such as women empowerment and healthcare in rural India, Apollo Munich Health...
Sanitation infrastructure india

CSR: Building Awareness And Infrastructure For Sanitation

Kota of Rajasthan is the 25th largest district in India. The district located at the banks of river Chambal, is yet to achieve the tag of an Open Defecation Free district. Lack of awareness and proper infrastructure for sanitation has led many young students to fall sick forcing them to miss school. In a bid...
Congenital Heart Defects CHD

CSR: Healthcare For Children With CHD

Healthcare is critical to every individual irrespective of their income. However, the infrastructure of public healthcare in India is not enough to accommodate large number of patients. The private healthcare does not allow people with low income to get services for its high expenses. This results in many people to ignore healthcare for monetary...

CSR: Solar Power All The Way

Sustainable methods are the need of the hour and in India, solar drying is one of the most preferred choices and a promising technology owing to its vantage on utilisation of renewable energy. This initiative has helped the farming communities to build more sustainable business and also contribute to the development of agricultural sector...

CSR: Cleaning Up The Blues For Survival

It is believed that in the last decade, the world has produced more plastic than it has in the whole century. India alone generates 60% of the world’s plastic waste, which has adverse impacts on the health of our oceans, rivers and marine life.  Over the past few weeks, several events and campaigns across the...
Maruti Suzuki Cars reducing emission

CSR: Innovations To Reduce Emissions And Water Usage

Climate change has become a global concern today. There is a huge pressure on the automobile industry to focus on reducing the carbon footprint. Globalisation and liberalisation policies in India have increased the number of road vehicles by almost 92.6% from 1980-81 to 2003-04. These vehicles mainly consume non renewable fossil fuels, and are a major contributor...
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