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CSR: Say WAAT to Online Crimes

Online abuse, trolling and cyber bullying are rampant in cyberspace. Research by software security firm Norton found that 76% of women under age 30 have faced some form of online abuse or harassment. The problem is a pertinent one in an age where social interactions, education and professional activities take place via a digital...
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CSR: Removing Stigma Around Menstruation

Talking about menstruation has always been a taboo in India. And menstrual hygiene has been almost non-existent in several parts of the country. Menstruation is considered to be impure in many religions. This has made even the most educated people to believe and enforce that a menstruating woman should avoid worship places. In many communities...
CSR: Adopt A Village, Educate And Transform Rural India

CSR: Adopt A Village, Educate And Transform Rural India

Although rural India faces a plethora of challenges, right from the regulation of electricity and water supply to farming and transportation of the produce to the markets to bringing in a reform through education and development, technology coupled with a vision can bring in a sea change to the rural landscape of the country. AAS...
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CSR: Waste Generators Become The Recyclers

Waste Management is a pressing problem faced by the metro cities in India. The urban citizens of India are used to consuming all kinds of branded products available in the city, making them a large percentage of waste generators. Lacking awareness about the importance of its management, or being plain ignorant towards it, the...

CSR: 15 Years Old Boy Cycles To SPEAK OUT

The scope of bullying has multiplied in the last few years with students from varied socio-economic backgrounds interacting with each other. It could either be for not having a premium smart phone or for posts on a variety of social media platforms. Although it has been a part of the growing process amongst peers,...

CSR: Physically Differently-Abled Indian Cricket Team Heads To Singapore

Cricket has grown into a folly over the years for Indians. Companies too are willing to sponsor and participate in them. The sport receives a large chunk of the limelight along with cricketers earning about 2 crore rupees annually. This is in the games. With the lime light they receive, they easily make way...

CSR: Power Packed Walks With Empowering Talks For Women

Today, women are playing a significant role in sustainability initiatives, which covers environmental and societal issues, issues of gender equality and inclusiveness in the workplace. There is an increase in the engagement with sustainability leaders from across industries, highlighting important milestones while taking on the challenges faced by women in sustainability. Having walked 3800 kms...
Child birth in India

Healthcare For Child Birth On CSR Agenda

Child birth is a difficult yet an exciting phase especially for first time parents. It is that precious experience that every couple looks forward to with lots of expectations. However, it is very vital for the child and mother’s health. The duo could face life long ailments if they are not subjected to proper...
Rural Development

CSR: Technology Making The Villages Smarter

Mahatma Gandhi has said, “The future of India lies in its villages”. The rural India has a lot of potential to grow sustainably, which is why the statement made by the father of our nation stands true, even today. The attitude of the people living in the rural areas is much more accepting towards sustainable...

CSR: Tackling Malnutrition Systematically and Holistically

Child and maternal malnutrition continues to be the most challenging risk factor for health loss in India, according to the Economic Survey for 2017-18.  The Survey noted however that there has been significant improvement in the health status of the individual as life expectancy at birth has increased by approximately 10 years from 1990...
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CSR: Life Of Firefighters

“What would you like to be when you grow up?” asked a teacher to her class of third graders. ‘Doctor’ ‘Engineer’ ‘Pilot’ ‘Shahrukh Khan’, came the answers of the students. No one said, ‘Firefighter’. Not even Manav whose father was one. The job of a firefighter is daring and challenging. It involves risk of accidents,...

CSR: Garbage Generation At Sport Stadiums During Matches

When a cricket team is playing against a rival, the only priority for the entire country is the team’s victory. The spectators in the stadium are too nervous to pay attention to anything else. How does it matter where you throw the plastic water bottle or the biscuit packet, as long as the batsmen...
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