Making education a part of our CSR program helps us to shape young minds for a better future. We have partnerships with affiliated schools that help us in sponsoring education, resources and including community participation program in their curriculum.
Our organization has introduced a program where our representatives go to these schools and impart knowledge on the usefulness of social service, and invite interested students to take part in our CSR projects as volunteers.
We award student scholarships based on merit, but we also find students from communities that are indigenous, marginalized, underprivileged, poverty-stricken and backward.
In some schools that do not have enough resources, we found SUPW (Socially Useful Productive Work) activities, for example, teaching embroidery and knitting, gardening, cooking, painting, etc.