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UPSO-II (IOCL) dedicates Rs. 1 crore for the benefit of Divyangjans by under CSR scheme

Newdelhi:24/7/18;UPSO-II (IOCL) took a big stride to benefit the disabled persons. Today it signed MoUs for Rs. 1 crores with Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) under the Department of Disabilities (DEPwD) Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. Shri Vinay Kr Misra, Executive Director, UPSO-II handed over MoUs to Shri D. R. Sarin, CMD, ALIMCO in the presence of all HODs of UPSO-II.As per MOU ALIMCO will conduct assessment camps in  District Agra of Uttar Pradesh and  Aspirational  District Haridwar of Uttarakhand to provide “Aids and Assistive devices to Divyangjans” , The objective of the  UPSO-II’ s   CSR project is to Empower the Disabled.  This is a major CSR initiative of IOCL and will help the Divyangjan to overcome the difficulties enabling them to lead a normal & productive life and making them fully independent. This effort will not only bring these underprivileged PwDs to the mainstream of life but will also contribute to the National economy.

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ALIMCO is a “Not For Profit” Central Public Sector Undertaking working under the administrative control of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment and has been manufacturing various types of aids & appliances on mass scale to meet the requirements of the Persons with Disabilities (PwDs), across the country.

 

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