Varied Pro-People Initiatives Of NLCIL Under CSR

Medical care facilities also extended by NLCIL for people living around Neyveli region

Under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), NLCIL is carrying out various CSR activities/ Programmes/ Projects choosing from Schedule VII items of Companies Act 2013, as per its CSR Policy formulated in accordance with the above Act and subsequent guidelines.

  1. The details of various CSR activities implemented by NLCIL in the state of Tamil Nadu from FY 2018-19 to FY 2021-22 are furnished below:
Rs. in Crore
Sl No.CSR Focus area2018-192019-202020-212021-22
1Health Care, Family Welfare and Sanitation9.4521.8722.6615.94
2Providing Drinking Water Supply Facilities1.511.591.40
3Providing Education including Special Education, Vocational skills, Scholarships16.799.6514.6912.85
4Women Empowerment / Gender Equality0.331.710.02
5Environmental Sustainability2.291.060.24
6Measures for welfare of Armed Forces0.05
7Promoting Sports in Rural Areas1.180.900.180.30
8Water Resource Augmentation, Irrigation and Flood Control Works for Rural Development13.7711.094.25
9Providing Link Roads/ Access for Rural Development1.281.830.630.69
10Heritage, Arts and Culture0.141.910.33
  1. Medical care facilities extended by NLCIL for the people living around Neyveli region are as furnished below:

Medical Camps for Rural people residing within radius of 25 kms

YearNo of Medical CampsNo of Beneficiaries other than staff and workmenNo of villages covered within radius of 25 kms
2020-21Fever camps – 5 Nos during Covid Period

Providing emergency care services to the rural people residing in and around Neyveli (Emergency care services & OP treatment)

YearNo of Rural People treatedTotal No of Beneficiaries
Emergency lifesaving DeptOP Dept
2022-23(Upto Feb 23)256686348689154
  1. NLC India Hospital is available within the township area with ambulance facility. The surrounding village people come to this hospital to take treatment either as OP or for emergency life-saving. There is no separate dispensary run by NLCIL in the surrounding villages. Only medical camps are organised in the surrounding villages.
  2. NLC India Hospital has entered into an agreement with Common Biomedical Waste Treatment Facility (Outsourced agency) approved by the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board for the disposal of Biomedical waste. NLC India Hospital is complying with “Biomedical Waste Management & Handling Rules, 2016 for the disposal of Biomedical waste. A valid authorisation has been issued by Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board to NLC India Hospital for the disposal of Biomedical waste.

This information was given by Union Minister of Coal, Mines and Parliamentary Affairs Shri Pralhad Joshi in a written reply in Lok Sabha today.

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