New Delhi: IndianOil won the National CSR Award under Women and Child Development category for its Assam Oil School of Nursing project at Digboi.
The project covers 9 cities and 47 districts of Assam with enrollment of 60 students per year for two courses in nursing & midwifery. IndianOil has spent an amount of RS. 490.60 crore on various CSR initiatives during 2018-19.
Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs Nirmala Seethraman, gave away the award at a function here. IndianOil Chairman Sanjiv Singh and Director (HR), Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra received the award.
Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs Anurag Thakur , Ministry of Corporate Affairs Secretary Injeti Srinivas were also present On the occasion.
IndianOil has been actively engaged in a gamut of social welfare/upliftment activities across the nation in addition to reaching essential fuels to the nook and corner of the Country.
IndianOil’s key Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) thrust areas include ‘Safe drinking water and protection of water resources’, ‘Healthcare and sanitation’, ‘Education and employment-enhancing vocational skills’, ‘Empowerment of women and socially/economically backward groups’ among others.