BHEL provides uniforms to 78 destitute children under CSR initiative

TIRUCHI: As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, BHEL, Tiruchi, donated school uniforms to 78 inmates of Tamil Nadu Manavar Illam, Tiruverumbur, a home for destitute children, recently.

P. Nainar, General Manager, Human Resource, and S. S. Pillai, General Manager, Public Relations and Administration, handed over the uniforms worth Rs. 50,000, to the children.

Mr.Nainar said the BHEL would distribute uniforms to 1000 school children this year. Scholarships worth Rs.10 lakh will be granted this year to students belonging to the downtrodden and weaker sections of the society for pursuing higher studies, he said, adding that the company has earmarked Rs. 1.55 crore for its CSR activities this year  N.P.M. Manoharan, Secretary, Parimanam Primary School; M. Palanivel, Additional General Manager, Human Resource; N.P.M. Balasubramaniam, Secretary of the home; and A.Antony, Convener of CSR projects, offered felicitations.

(The Hindu)

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