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Indian-origin Patel told ET the UK is looking for ways in which it can support and add value in terms of investing in human capital.
Infosys Foundation has a CSR budget of about Rs 269 crore for the 2015-16 financial year, up from the Rs 254 crore the company spent in the last fiscal.
A total of 40 students were enrolled in the first batch, with 120 more to be trained in three subsequent batches throughout the course of the year.
Godrej Saloni plans to pull 1 million people out of poverty by the year 2020 and Nudge foundation would be an ideal partner in this case.
Utkal Alumina International Ltd has been conferred with 'IDA Award 2015 for Excellence in CSR in Education' by providing access to quality education for the underprivileged sections of society.
'Steps for A Cause’ is a fund raising opportunity will launch at the same time as their 100 Day Race commencing on September 2, 2015.
L&T is focusing its CSR activities in four key areas: water and sanitation, healthcare, education and vocational training.
ITC has one of the largest and most effective CSR programs in India Inc. Here’s how its social outreach programme works.
38.6 million people are benefitted by SAIL’s healthcare initiatives, which includes 57 primary health centers and 21 hospitals.
Tata Steel runs its CSR programmes with the professional zeal of a business unit and keeps it ears glued to the ground in the communities it works with.
On the healthcare front, Tata Motors organises medical camps and trains community members in first-aid as mid-wives and as community health workers.