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Central Depository Services spends Rs 2.55 Crore on CSR projects

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Central Depository Services (India) spends CSR

Central Depository Services

. 173.01 lakh Prime Minister National Relief Fund
ii. Students’ financial awareness creation – Rs. 48.50 Lakh
iii. Vaccination campaign for COVID-19: Rs. 33.50 Lakh in contributions

The goal of Central Depository Services (India) Ltd.’s CSR initiative Aarth is to make financial education easy and accessible for everyone. Our Online Academy seeks to spread financial literacy regarding personal finances and savings for everyone, with a concentration on women who are first-time investors and those in the age bracket of 18 to 25 in Tier II and III cities. Aarth aims to provide comprehensive yet understandable knowledge.

Contributions can be made to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund or any other fund established by the federal or state governments for relief and socioeconomic development, as well as funds for the welfare of minorities, women, and other underrepresented groups.

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The following focus areas have been identified as part of the CSR policy:

putting an end to severe hunger and poverty
Education promotion Gender equality and women’s empowerment
enhancing mother health and lowering infant mortality in CSR initiatives.
During the fiscal year 2021–2022, Central Depository Services (India) Limited invested 2.55 crore rupees in CSR. List of projects where the expense listed in item 4 above was made:

. 173.01 lakh Prime Minister National Relief Fund
ii. Students’ financial awareness creation – Rs. 48.50 Lakh
iii. Vaccination campaign for COVID-19: Rs. 33.50 Lakh in contributions

The goal of Central Depository Services (India) Ltd.’s CSR initiative Aarth is to make financial education easy and accessible for everyone. Our Online Academy seeks to spread financial literacy regarding personal finances and savings for everyone, with a concentration on women who are first-time investors and those in the age bracket of 18 to 25 in Tier II and III cities. Aarth aims to provide comprehensive yet understandable knowledge.

Contributions can be made to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund or any other fund established by the federal or state governments for relief and socioeconomic development, as well as funds for the welfare of minorities, women, and other underrepresented groups.

The following focus areas have been identified as part of the CSR policy:

putting an end to severe hunger and poverty
Education promotion Gender equality and women’s empowerment
enhancing mother health and lowering infant mortality