Mitsubishi Electric is an electric and electronic equipment company working towards a sustainable society. As a responsible corporate citizen, Mitsubishi Electric India realises the need for sustainable development.
The company is working towards accomplishing its CSR objectives through various initiatives such as Clean Drinking Water program for government schools, health awareness, skill development competition etc.
This year, the company included areas adjoining Chandigarh city in the CSR plan as well. It is the company’s endeavour to align CSR initiatives around Government policies for benefit of the society.
Chandigarh is one of the greenest and cleanest city of India. The city is also known for its well planned infrastructure and Mitsubishi Electric would like to be a part of the growth story of the city and it’s adjoining areas like Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Panchkula etc. and will support social initiatives in addition to the strong business network presence it already enjoys.
Mitsubishi Electric India has decided to extend support to five Government Schools around Chandigarh including Government Primary School, Papdi; Government Elementary School, Chachumajra; Government Primary School, Matran; Government Primary School, Zirakpur and Government Middle School, Zirakpur in Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar.
The water ecosystem installation included water RO, water Cooler, water tank and water drinking bay for the students. The inauguration of the Clean Drinking Water facility was done by Katsunori Ushiku, Managing Director, Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. Around 12 employees of Mitsubishi Electric India and 15 NGO volunteers joined in the inauguration ceremony at the school.
Addressing the initiative, by Katsunori Ushiku, Managing Director, Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. said, “We would like to support the school going children with necessities at their schools. It is our aim to be a partner in development of India through our philanthropic activities. We have covered five government schools in adjoining areas of Chandigarh with drinking water installations. We will extend our support in the coming years as well, thereby working to maintain a healthy ecosystem.”