Corporate Social Responsibility
CSR & SD
HLL Biotech Ltd. is socially committed to helping people enrich their lives in every way possible. The Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainable Development (CSR&SD) policy of HBL is to ‘be a socially responsible corporate entity with thrust on three pillars of sustainable development – Social, Environmental and Economical’, helping many activities grow into consistently successful entities of their own.
HBL has ensured sustainability of programmes through community participation, contribution of resources by local community and other like-minded organisations etc.
By following the CSR&SD guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), Government of India, HBL aims to develop and implement need-based, result-oriented, professionally-managed CSR &SD activities supplementing the development initiatives.
CSR & SD ACTIVITIES
As per the MOU signed between HLL and HBL for the year 2014-2015 Approved by DPE, HBL is committed to do the following activities this year
Distribution of School kit and Installation of RO plant for Drinking water in Govt schools of Chengalpattu Taluk.
Medical camp and Eye check-up camps in villages in collaboration with leading Medical College.
Drawing up a CSR plan for selected villages in Chengalpattu Taluk.
We have completed the CSR plan for selected villages in Chengalpattu Taluk and submitted the report to Board on its 12th Board Meeting.
We have also completed 12 medical and Eye check-up camps in and around the villages of chengalpattu in collaboration with Sri Satya Sai Medical College and Research Institute, Chengalpattu.
Distribution of School Kits containing school Bag and Notebooks along with Pencil and Pen has been handed over to children of 7 Government Schools in Chengalpattu Taluk.
We have also distributed School shoes and Socks to 79 children studying in Panchayat Union Primary School ,Malalinatham which is proximal to IVC site.We have installed 6 RO drinking water treatment plants in schools around the IVC site which has benefitted nearly about 600 students.