[INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL OF INDIA] Govt. of India Registered Trust, Works Related to Information Technology & HRD
After receiving all Details from your side we will inform you Total budget or expenditure details to you.
you can send Money by DEMAND DRAFT (D.D) or Bank Cheque for at least One Student or More then One Student around @ Rupees: Two Thousand One Hundred and Fifty Only (Rs: 2,150/-) per Student per Year.
For each School around (Rupees: Two Lakhs and Fifteen Thousand Only)per Year if Total Students are 100 in One School (Lab, Training and all other charges)
Those who are Adopting Total School then their details will be displayed on our Website and in School Premises
NOTE: Per Student per Year expenditure around $33 (US Dollars)
Per School per Year expenditure around $ 3300 (US Dollars)
We will spend and inform you Student details/Schools details to you
Please send your Drafts in the name of “IIT Development Council of India”
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अंतर्राष्ट्रीय सूचना प्रौद्योगिकी विकास परिषद, भारत
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
CSR is a practice that holistically integrates an Organization’s core business with the Social and Environmental concerns of the community impacted. It gives impetus to economic development and improves the living standards of Community Members and Society at large. With the introduction of the Companies Act, 2013 (Section 135), the disclosure of CSR activities was rendered necessary for all companies meeting the prescribed criteria. They must contribute two percent of their profits for this purpose. Thus, the Act in question encourages transparency and places greater responsibility on companies, to have a clear framework for their CSR activities.
The Schedule VII of Section 135, Companies Act, 2013, defines interventions that qualifies as CSR activities
1. Eradicating Hunger, Poverty and Malnutrition
2. Promoting Education
3. Promoting gender Equality and Empowering Women
4. Ensuring Environmental sustainability
5. Protection of National Heritage, Art and Culture
6. Measures for the benefit of armed forces veterans
7. Training to promote Rural and Nationally recognized Sports.
8. Contribution to the Prime Ministers’ National Relief Fund
9. Contributions to Technology incubators
10. Rural Development Projects.
11. Swacch Bharat & Clean Ganga
It is also important that the community members are held collectively responsible and encouraged to take ownership of the development, thus promoting the agenda of sustainability for future generations.
SEED has rich experience and expertise in implementing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects on behalf of corporates and PSU’s that resonates with the mission, vision, practices of sustainable development and other key philosophies of the client. While doing so, SEED not only facilitates improvement in the overall quality of life of the local communities, but also helps its client to secure the trust and goodwill of the communities, reduce risks, enhance public perception and address stakeholders’ concerns.
Working at the grass-root level in 17 States SEED has positively impacted lives of over a million marginalized population through CSR interventions in the areas of: Community Mobilization, Quality Education, WASH, Skill Development, Capacity Building and Livelihood Promotion, thus enabling them to live a healthy and respectful life.
Hon'ble Prime Minister
Shri Narendra Modi
preeminent leader of the Indian independence movement in British-ruled India
Shri Ram Nath Kovind