Inquiry For Standard Definition
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
CSR Takes You Afar
Corporate Social Responsibility is generally understood as the way in which a company achieves a balance of economic, environmental and social imperatives. We acknowledge the importance of social responsibility and sustainability, which will help us connect better with our consumers. Besides, we take CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) very seriously. We don't do business just for the sake of business. We ensure that our services result in the betterment of the society. Healthy competition, good social and environmental initiatives and providing people more than a fair share of edutainment (education+entertainment), all of these comprise our prime agenda. We may be in the competitive corporate arena, but we believe in being responsible and caring towards the society as well.
In October 2014, in the worst snowfall and avalanche ever in Nepal, a much loved social worker and a scholar in his own merit, Mr. Suman, lost his life during his first trek. The lap of the otherwise beautiful and serene Himalayas showed no mercy on him.
Mother Nature had betrayed her child! Perhaps because God wanted a good soul.
Thereafter, an NGO was named after Suman to keep him alive – Su-Mon (noble mind), which began its journey in October 2016.
Su-Mon’s prime focus is in the arenas of health, education, community services and the welfare of senior citizens.
On the 15th of October 2017, its first anniversary, Su-Mon conducted a number of noble and well-meaning activities, keeping the term ‘social good’ in mind
GTPL KCBPL requests you all to watch the live coverage of this event by Channel ONE to know more about Suman and the initiatives taken by the NGO, Su-Mon, for the welfare of the society.
MAY SUMAN’S SOUL REST IN PEACE and MAY SU-MON’S SOUL STAY CONNECTED WITH THE SOCIETY…