BHEL Supports Creating Infrastructure for Mentally Challenged

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KOLKATA: Electrical engineering major BHEL has extended a helping hand for creation of infrastructure for the mentally challenged.

The company extended financial support of Rs 1 crore to NGO ‘Sane and Enthusiast Volunteers Association of Calcutta’ for construction of a 50-bed mental hospital and rehabilitation centre, a day care centre and an education facility at Thakurpukur benefiting 500 patients.

The facility was inaugurated by Governor M K Narayanan in the presence of CMD BHEL, B Prasada Rao.

“We are proud to say that all our activities, including CSR initiatives are dedicated to the growth and prosperity of our great country,” Rao said.

(PTI, 27 November 2013)

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