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Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya Awards

Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya Awards

We have been regularly organizing Felicitation Ceremony for those who have meaningfully contributed towards the cause of society through CSR activities.  We have been recognizing the good work of those companies and individuals by giving away ‘CSR Trophies’.

On 6th June 2014, we organized 1st “Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya Award for Best CSR Practices in Education”. The objective of these awards is to felicitate those organizations who are doing a remarkable job in giving something back to the society.  This exclusive event aims at recognising the CSR activities in Education sector by the Corporate houses in India and their invaluable contribution in upliftment of the standards of education in India.  More than 200 participated in eighteen different categories for more than twenty awards. Some of the renowned organizations who enthusiastically participated in this event, are GAIL, ONGC, BHEL, Indian Oil, Oil India Ltd., Maruti Suzuki, Amway, Coca Cola, SRF, Tech Mahindra, etc.  Selection of Award Winners was done through an open and transparent process executed by an elite panel of judges consisting of highly dignified and subject matter experts. We organize  this award every year to recognize individuals, PSUs, Corporate & NGOs for their contribution in the field.

Categories:

Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya (M3) Awards accept entries for the following

  • Teachers’ training
  • Focus on values
  • Support to talented students for admissions to premier engineering and medical colleges
  • Skill development
  • Scholarships to poor and meritorious students
  • Girl child education
  • Education and rehabilitation for physical challenged
  • Education and care of slum children, orphans and abused children
  • Support to students of disturbed areas
  • Remedial classes for school students for improving performance
  • Mid-day meals
  • Culture development
  • Infrastructure creation, toilets
  • Building libraries
  • Building of institutions, schools/colleges specifically for promoting rural talent
  • Computer training and employment
  • Research and development
  • Innovation in education
  • Development of technology
  • Stakeholder partnership models
  • Any other area of substance not specified above

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