‘Manipur will host first ever Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) conclave’
Pothashang News Service: Imphal, August 23, 2019: Manipur government will host first ever Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) conclave on September 6 in Imphal, announced chief minister N. Biren Singh on Friday.
The announcement was made during the signing of memorandum of agreement between Airport Authority of India (AAI) and state government for procurement of essential equipments for new accident and trauma centre (ATC), JNIMS under the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative of AAI held at chief minister’s secretariat.
More than 70 companies would be participating at the conclave. The government is expecting large scale CSR investment in Manipur. The government is also hopeful of positive commitment from many corporate firms in the conclave, the chief minister said.
Biren said a total amount Rs 4.95 crores will be funded by the AAI under the CSR project. He appreciated the AAI for their initiative and said AAI has already donated one ambulance for the state health department and also agreed to sanction another ambulance for emergency purposes.
Chief secretary Dr. J. Suresh Babu, principal secretary (health) V. Vumlunmang, principal secretary (finance) Rakesh Ranjan, secretary to CM Ningthoujam Geoffrey, AAI regional executive director Sanjiv Jindal, Imphal International Airport director Senthil Valavan, Imphal International Airport DGM S.S. Raju, JNIMS director professor Th. Bhimo, officials of JNIMS among others attended the function.
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