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CSR
Emami Group has a rich history of imparting vocational training to unemployed youth in rural areas, designing various self employment schemes for unemployed youth and providing community medical support as a part of their Corporate Social Responsibility programme.
 
Emami Realty Limited endorses the approach to address the needs of society, environment and economy.
 
'We undertake that we will prudently use natural resources, strictly avoiding reckless business practices that can jeopardize the overall health and safety of people as well as the environmental balance. We intend to uphold this value by our involvement in promotion of eco-friendly practices towards our customers and stakeholders focusing on technological solutions and take up social projects which would be beneficial to society at large.'
 
Emami Realty intends to take up two types of CSR activities.
One level of activity will be initiated at the corporate level while the second level will be initiated at project sites:
 
Corporate CSR activities will have:
Free medical/health check up camps, blood donation camps and eye check up camps
Mid-day meals to Municipal/ Government schools
Merit scholarship for vocational training of needy and meritorious students
Distribution of books in nearby schools to needy students
Events for promotion of the objectives of National Environmental Policy 2006 such as World
Environment Day on June 5
Event for promotion of sports
Event for promotion of culture
 
Project Site CSR activities will have:
Initiatives for under privileged children in project catchment area
Subsidized canteen facility for labour
Conducting Free Medical Camp for labour
Plantation of new trees, maintaining old trees in project catchment area
Provision of water kiosks in surrounding areas
Provision of waste collection bins in surrounding areas of project site
Beautification of the pavements in project catchment area
 
 
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