Nilima Khetan Joins VP CSR of Hindustan Zinc-Vedanta Group 

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NEW DELHI: Neelima Khetan has joined Hindustan Zinc Limited, Vedanta Group as Vice President CSR in November 2015, a source said. She will lead the CSR projects of the Hindustan Zinc.

Earlier she was Coca-Cola India South West Asia’s Director – CSR & Sustainability worked over 3 years stint at world’s leading beverage companies. Neelima, who has been a company boar as director – CSR & Sustainability since October 2014, joined Coca-Cola India in May 2012 – September 2014 as General Manager – CSR & Sustainability and played a key role in shaping the company’s CSR projects.

‎Nilima, who has over 16 years of professional experience, is regarded as a stalwart in the field of CSR strategic planning and execution.

PGDRM in Rural Management from IRMA, Neema has worked with American India Foundation and Seva Mandir.

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