The 9th Annual CSR India Awards presented the prestigious “Greentech CSR Award 2022″ to Gangavaram Port. The Port has received this award in the “Rural Development” category in appreciation of its efforts in the areas of infrastructure, healthcare, education, and sports. In the presence of Shri ParimalBaidyasukla, Minister of Transport & Excise, and Dr. Arup Kumar Misra, Chairman, Assam State Pollution Control Board, the award was given to Dr.Jyothi D, VP, Gangavaram Port, by Shri Bimal Borah, Minister of Industries & Commerce & Public Enterprises, Government of Assam.
The honor is a clear indication of Gangavaram Port’s dedication to social welfare. The port has consistently been at the forefront of rural development and CSR projects aimed at enhancing people’s lives. To enhance students’ skill sets and encourage the use of digital classrooms, the port management established a computer lab and a digital library in ZPHS Gangavaram. The Port has upheld cleanliness standards and supports the nutrition programme at many schools in the area. GPL built community centres and water facilities for the kids at two Anganwadi centres, two critical utilities in the villages. The port management also gives young people job possibilities and encourages them to play at the national level.
The foremost organization in India, Greentech Foundation, is committed to developing, honoring, and rewarding best practices in the fields of environmental management, occupational health & safety, CSR, and human resources. The CSR Award event is held annually to honor the businesses and organizations that excel in their contributions and forward-thinking initiatives to better the communities. Speaking at the event, Gangavaram Port Management expressed their tremendous joy at receiving the honor. Our CSR initiatives are made to help the community long-term and promote sustainable development. Our top objective is the advancement and welfare of society, and we never stop working to achieve it. We wish to congratulate everyone on our team, especially the future change-makers who were crucial in carrying out these rural development efforts.