· in 2011 in Sibasagar. The main objective

·        
Education including vocational courses,

·        
Health Care,

·        
Entrepreneurship (self-help &
livelihood generation) schemes,

·        
Infrastructure support near ONGC
operational areas,

·        
Environment protection, ecological
conservation, promotion,

·        
Protection of heritage sites, UNESCO
heritage monuments etc.

·        
Promotion of artisans, craftsman,
musicians, artists etc. for preservation of heritage, Art & Culture,

·        
Women’s Empowerment, Girl Child
Development, Gender sensitive projects,

·        
Water Management including ground water
recharge,

·        
Initiatives for Physically and Mentally
challenged,

·        
Sponsorship of seminars, conferences,
workshops etc.

·        
Promoting Sports/sports persons;
supporting agencies promoting sports / sports persons.

Major
CSR projects by ONGC are:-

1.      Varisthajana
Swasthya Sewa  Abhiyan:
ONGC in collaboration with  Help Age
India undertakes certain measures to bring the healthcare to the doorsteps of
the elderly through Mobile Medicare Units. 20 MMUs have been donated by the
company and about 1.9 lakh treatments were done.

2.       ONGC-GICEIT Computer Centre: these
computer centres provides employment relating computer trainings to underprivileged
youth of operational sites of ONGC.

3.      Project
Utkarsh- this project started in 2011 in Sibasagar. The
main objective of the project is to expand livelihood opportunities by providing
skill trainings in tailoring, soft toy making etc. It also trains the elderly in
vocations like goatery, piggery, mushroom cultivation etc.

4.      Harit
Moksha: ongc in venture with Mokshda Paryavaran Evam Van
Suraksha Samiti (Mokshda PEVSS) has led to the development of an
energy-efficient and environment friendly wood based crematorium with a system
called Mokshda Green Cremation System (MGCS). This system is capable of
reducing wood consumption by 60% and minimizing air and water pollution in a
significant manner. There are 10 such MGCS units across the cities of Vadodara,
Cambay, Ahmedabad and Delhi.

5.      ONGC-NSTFDC
Hathkargha Prashikshan: This project is initiated with an
aim of empowering the women tribal handloom artisans of Assam and to take
certain measures for the development of economically marginalised tribal people.

6.      ONGC-Eastern
Swamp Deer Conservation Project in Kaziranga National Park:
The project started with an aim of conserving the species of the Eastern Swamp
Deer by understanding their habitat. Certain initiatives are also taken to
prevent their extinction.

7.      ONGC
Hospitals: ONGC has set up multispecialty hospitals at Sibsagar, Assam and
Ankleshwar, Gujarat and at Lakhimpur-Kheri, Uttar Pradesh.1

Canon India:

Canon
India Pvt. Ltd. is a subsidiary of Canon Singapore Pvt. Ltd. It commenced its operations
in India in 1997. It has offices across 14 cities in India. The company is
mainly engaged in offering a range of contemporary digital imaging products in
the country, that includes digital cameras , lenses , accessories , digital
copiers, multi-functional peripherals, fax-machines, inkjet and laser printers,
projectors, scanners, digital cameras, card printers and cable ID printers.

Being
a responsible corporate entity, Canon has taken number of CSR projects. The
company’s CSR policy is based on corporate philosophy ‘Kyosei’, which means
living and working together for the common good. In 2012, company under its CSR
activities initiated a project know as ‘Adopt a Village’ initiative, where
company adopts a village and focuses on its overall development. It mainly focuses
on 4Es – eye care, education, environment and empowerment.

 Canon India has adopted villages in Haryana,
Bangalore, Mumbai and Kolkata. Under its ‘Adopt a Village’ initiative, it has adopted
a Ferozepur Namak Village in Haryana, Maharaja Katte Village in Bengaluru and
Karanjoti Village in the Thane district of Maharashtra.2

The
csr initiatives taken by canon india in Ferozpur village:3

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