Corporate Social Responsibility Policy (CSR Policy)
Vijaya Diagnostic Centre Private Limited (VDCPL) (“the Company”) has always been a responsible Corporate Citizen and it has various societal obligations. It always seeks ways to make a positive Impact on the society at large. The Company has developed
its CSR policy in accordance with Section 135 of the Companies Act 2013 and the Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility policy) Rules,2014 notified by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government Of India. This policy, henceforth called
“VDCPL CSR Policy”, underlines the guiding principles and mechanisms for undertaking various CSR activities/programs by the company.
To provide better infrastructure in Government schools, school building was built for local students at Inole village, Patancheru in Hyderabad. Also, provided 100 chairs to the school students and teachers to sit comfortably during
the classes. To improve the quality of the teaching
To improve the quality of the teaching and learning in the class rooms of Government School, Patancheru provided wall mounted Black Boards.
In ZPHS Kondapur Mazeedbanda serlingampally built toilets including urinal and wash basin and for the male students to provide better cleanliness, hygiene and privacy.
To provide relief from heat in summers at Government Hospitals, installed 100 ceiling fans in-patient wards, out-patient department, nursing stations and patient waiting area at Gandhi Hospital, Secunderabad
MNJ Institute of Oncology & Regional Cancer Centre always has full occupancy and it caters majority of patient from rural areas. So to improve the quality of care and reduce the burden from these patient, we provided 10 BP Apparatus, 10 Stretchers, 10 Wheel chair and 10 Medicine Trolleys
Government General Hospital, Kurnool is one of the busiest OPD in the region and both doctors and patient needs to sit for long hours. To make their experience more comfortable and less exhausting provided 30 leg revolving chairs and stools in doctor’s chambers.
The largest state run Modern Government Maternity Hospital (MGMH earlier known has Jachgi Khana), Puranapool, Hyderabad was equipped with 100 Chairs for waiting area and consultation rooms, 10 BP Apparatus for emergency wards and operation theatres, and 20 wall mounted fans for IP wards.
Social Welfare and Skill Development:
Support Family Planning Association of India (FPAI) to set-up a small sanitary napkin unit in Vavilala Villlage, Jinnaram Mandal, Hyderabad. This provided employment to six women of village and also provided best quality and hygienic sanitary pads to
the rural women at an affordable cost
Donation to Andhra Pradesh Fishermen Development Welfare Services Association