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CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility )


ADHAR (Association of Parents of Mentally Retarded Children) is a pioneer organisation providing life-long residential care for mentally challenged adults.

Construction Of Dormitory and Multipurpose Hall By ADHAR:

As a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), CDSL and its group company has sponsored for construction of New Dormitory and New Multipurpose Hall for ADHAR.

New Dormitory for Male Residents is with the capacity of 50 special adults. The New Multipurpose hall is to be used for socialisation of the residents and also for various activities like Morning prayer, Yoga classes, Dance & drawing classes, Residents enjoying movies / cricket matches on Sundays and holidays (on projector), Playing indoor games like carom, puzzles etc. The hall can be also utilized for parents meetings, Organising various health camps for residents / staff, Celebration of festivals like - Ganapati, Diwali, Birthday celebrations, founder day, staff meetings etc. It also will act as Centre station for relaxation visitors / students groups visiting for study tour.

Inauguration Of Vocational Training Centre By ADHAR

As a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), CDSL and CVL has sponsored a generator set of 40 KVA, 36 seater Bus and construction of Vocational Training Center and administrative office for ADHAR. The Center was inaugurated on August 15, 2016 by Shri. T. S. Krishna Murthy, Chairman, CDSL. The Center will endeavour to promote vocational training to residents so as to develop their skill sets. In the vocational training center at Adhar, residents are engaged with different activities like embroidery, screen printing, painting, drawing and making chalks, candles, Agarbattis, ,office files, dusters etc.

Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund (CMPRF):

Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund (CMPRF) is working towards relief and rehabilitation in the state caused due to the recent “Gaja” Cyclone. CDSL has donated for the Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund (CMPRF). CDSL’s Tamil Nadu Regional Head, Mr. AR Vasudevan along with Mr. B. Karthik, Mr. V. Nagappan & Mr. K.Srinivasan, presented the DD to Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister Shree Edappadi K. Palaniswami on Feb 14, 2019.

The Nest India Foundation:

The Nest India Foundation is a registered charitable trust functioning at Mumbai, India. Established in Jan 2008, the objective of the Trust is to help orphaned destitute children attain their full potential. It currently runs a home for destitute girl children in the name ‘Angel Nest’.
Currently ‘Angel Nest’ is sheltering and educating 29 girl children. CDSL has donated a mini van which will make it more convenient for these children to travel to school.

Varasidhi Visual Vidhyashram (VVV) Trust:

VVV is Prime Educational and Social Trust, which has been serving underprivileged children and women of South Tamil Nadu since 2016. VVV is an NGO, Charitable Educational Trust in Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu. VVV had started an educational training programme for competitive exams and other soft skills training free of cost, so as to equip them to get qualified for employment with the Government.. The trust had already acquired a rental building with three class rooms which are equipped with necessary infrastructure to meet this objective.CDSL has donated towards the purchase the equipment required by VVV for conducting training, which includes play school basic needs, white board, LCD , projector & audio system. CDSL has also sponsored a 8 seater van for transporting the children to the training centre and for other welfare activities of Villagers.

Page last updated on March 13, 2019     Dept: