Mitsubishi Electric India Plants Trees As Part of CSR Strategy

Mitsubishi Electric India Plants Trees

Mitsubishi Electric India has made consistent efforts towards making positive contributions to the society through its products and technology. In order to boost this objective, Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. has conceptualized its CSR plans for the next Financial Year and will focus on achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals by supporting the initiative of Government of India.

The initiatives selected cover the broad areas of Skill Development, Community Development & Climate Action. These activities support United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of Quality Education, Clean Water & Sanitation, Good Health & Well-Being and Climate Action. The programs in-turn relate to Government of India’s missions like Skill India, Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, National Rural Health Mission, National Mission for a Green India.

The company will follow this strategy in the mid-term and implement its various CSR activities under this preview in Gurugram, Pune, Bangalore and other areas of its business operations. The launch of this year’s activity was done by Managing Director of Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Katsunori Ushiku. The launch activity included Clean Drinking Water facility creation and Tree Plantation at Government Senior Secondary School in Jamalpur. This will benefit approximately 927 students.

A tree plantation drive was also carried out in the periphery of the playground of Government Senior Secondary School in Jamalpur. A total of 100 trees were planted with drip-irrigation facility to conserve water and ensure zero-mortality of trees in the initial years of root development.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Katsunori Ushiku, Managing Director, Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Corporate Responsibility to Society is one of the three principles of our Group, as a common heritage we practice this in our business every day. We wish to carry on this momentum and work closely with these schools in remote areas so that these kids get equal opportunities of a brighter future. I am thankful to the district administration and school authorities for accepting our request to serve them.”

The CSR strategy adopted will be followed and implemented across the country.

Aradhana Sharma

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