HAL will fly high with its educational initiative

GN Bureau | September 7, 2015




As a part of social responsibility the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Sunabed,a has stepped out with CSR to initiate a skilled work place for empowerment of tribal dominated region like Koraput.

HAL Established in 1969 after acquiring over 3,000 acres from 16 villages there was no such rehabilitation and resettlement policy then.

Following the intervention of district administration and local senior citizens, the HAL management had agreed to adopt eight villages under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to provide employment to locals and basic facilities like health, education and drinking water.

In the past two decades CSR activities of HAL Koraput division has evolved to integrate business interest with the community and tribal society exhibiting social, environmental and ethical behaviours.

The CSR policy of the company was formulated in late 2010 with the objectives of implementation strategy permissible activites which were under taken by CSR. It adopted 8 villages for CSR program are; Jadaguda, chikkapar, badbadigam, sanbadiga, Dumriput, old Sunabeda, Kakigam and Minarcamp.

HAL has implemented many CSR programs in these past days in these said villages, such as; constructions of roads, community halls, school buildings, provisions for tables, chairs, cupboards, computers, audio-visual equipments in schools.

Availability of good quality water, help to reduce physical labour, sumps and over head tanks, pipelines to residence.

 Computer or IT training program and tailoring training program for ladies, self employment generation programs like making of pickles, pampads, doll, candles, agarbaties, leaf-plates, mushroom cultivation and technical education under TTI under HAL training program.

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