In this ever-growing Indian society, a need for getting a productive, effective and valid education has become the staple objective for all our youth. India, which is divided into 29 States and 7 Union territories, naturally holds an important responsibility to impart and Promoting Education in India amongst its youth and induce a quality-driven management system in multiple sectors of our society by the future generation. Our Indian education system has introduced a number of provisions to initiate educational facilities to varied sectors in our society. However, it is also a known fact that initiation and implementation are two different sides of the coin. Education, being a basic need for all our children, needs a strong implementation platform to ease the process of building a bright future of these young Indian minds. Read More »
Whole world is talking about India and that is because our talented citizens are settled worldwide. Our doctors, scientists, architects, designers, etc. are leaving great impressions of their work throughout the world. Hence, everyone has very high expectations from Indians. But still most of our rural areas have low education level. This demands prime need for Promoting Education in India much more than ever. Read More »
CSR initiatives in India are not an old concept but it took a long time to make it mandate for every firm to invest into CSR activities. At Seed CSR we have an impeccable team who are considered best to plan CSR initiatives in India with maximum outreach. Our volunteers are already spread across India and so we successfully implement well-planned CSR project in any part of country. Out of all the CSR initiatives for education, quality healthcare, environment sustainability, social infrastructure, skill development, sanitation and hygiene, CSR for rural development is more in demand throughout the year. Read More »
South India is home to many rural communities and villages with cultural variation distinguishing them, but poverty amassing many together. The lack of funds and technical backwardness highlights the poor plight of the village systems – where the population is too unaware to even know what amenities they are lacking. One of the primary ways to ensure a path towards a growing lifestyle is to ensure good health since all other developmental efforts bank on it. However, there exists a massive disparity in the availability of this service within urban and rural areas, where the latter doesn’t even get access to basic sanitation, let alone proper medical services. Read More »
Role of CSR programs towards betterment of every single individual, community and nation is well known throughout the world. This demands not much explanation about Corporate Social Responsibility, but to be précised CSR NGO programs in Delhi is a link between society and corporates for addressing social and environmental issues effectively. Read More »
Our Roots are our villages and we still depend on these villages for some of our prime needs. One of those prime needs is food and this is majorly done in villages by our hard working farmers. They work die-hard all year long to feed entire nation, but are they getting in return what they are worth for and what they deserve! Read More »
Recently, ACC MD’s wife Mrs. Seema Akhouri & GM’s wife Mrs. Ritu Srivastava visited the ACC’s Disha CSR Hub, Jamul to witness the skill development activities and recent developments. She was warmly welcomed here by the students and trainees with a bouquet of flowers. Read More »
Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd with SEED CSR as implementing partner flagged off the Mobile Medical Unit Programme under TKM CSR initiative. MMU initiative has been extending free medical services to wards where there is limited access to primary health care and caters to the economically weaker section. Aim of the program is to strengthen the PHC’s and making people aware and educated for better health.
The MMU programme will also focus on mass education to prevent the diseases through formation of Health Committees and engaging with Anganwadi and ASHA workers
On 31st August 2017, The Managing Director of Toyota Kirloskar Motors, Mr. Akito Tachibana visited the TKM – MMU Unit and had discussion with SEED CSR team to understand and provide his inputs for the MMU program.
Providing a well-deserved boost to the CSR Initiative, on the first day itself more than 50 Beneficiaries were given free medical check-up in the Mobile Medical Unit.
Mr. Akito also interacted with school children and Communities during the inauguration session
During the project phase, the MMU unit will be visiting the identified 10 villages, and will provide clinical examination, treatment and follow-up of patients, free of cost to all sections of the society. The unit will also screen the villagers for Curative Services, Reproductive & Health Services, Family Planning Services and will refer the cases to Primary Health Centre and Other Health Centres for confirmation of the diagnosis, provide treatment and will carry out follow ups in subsequent visits
ACC with Seed CSR as Implementation Partner on 29th August inaugurated Skill Development Centre which will extend the skill enhancement and training to the Youths of Sindri Dhanbad.
This Skill Development Initiative will focus on imparting skill to the youth through employment assistance.
The Chief Guest Shri Piyush Pandey (IPS) Sundri City , Dhanbad in the presence of Vaibhav Dixit and Ravi Niwash , CSR Manager ACC Limited Sundri Cement Works inaugurated the Centre with their valuable few lines.
Mr. Ravi spoke about the Objective of ACC Cements for the implementation of the Disha Skill Development program.
He further went on to inform the guests present about Seed CSR’s Work and their association at a national level with ACC. Mr. Ravi, thanked Mr. Piyush Pandey’s Police Force for the support to enable the setting up of this project centre. The idea behind the program is to raise confidence, improve productivity and give direction through proper skill development. The project aims to impart skill development training to 250 youth from the Dhanbad area in 5 different employable trades
Over the course of post-Independence India’s corporate life span, the contribution of corporate firms’ to societal improvement has had tremendous change in its form. It has grown from being corporate philanthropy or donation and charity, to strategic corporate social responsibility (CSR) that benefits the firms as well. CSR has gained even greater momentum since India’s ratification of the Paris Accord in 2016 giving sustainable development a large amount of significance in the country’s international standing in terms of fulfilling Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations. Read More »