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CSR: Corporates Join Hands to Welcome Students Back to their Schools

CSR: Corporates Join Hands to Welcome Students Back to their Schools

CSR: Corporates Join Hands to Welcome Students Back to their Schools after a 9-month Absence

Bangalore: CSR: Corporates Join Hands to Welcome Students Back to their Schools after a 9-month Absence – The continuous COVID-19 emergency and the following lockdowns in India have enormously hindered and affected the instructive existences of understudies in India as the Embassy Group has activated their corporate and NGO accomplices after Government Schools opening in the new year, under their Corporate Connect Program, to work with the Government and Department of Education to get ready schools for the arrival of their understudies.

Government office and their corporate accomplice in wellbeing, Cerner, have worked together to plan a focused on program that could handle regular medical problems in an extensive way – from preventive to the analyst. Joined by Swiss Re Foundation and Cognizant, the program that has been available in Government Schools in 2016, has reinforced during the Covid-19 pandemic to incorporate more than 45,000 understudies in Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Noida, Chennai and Hosur.

With the beginning of the infection, they supported their current projects including the dispersion of wellbeing packs, preventive mindfulness and through and through school upkeep.

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