This partnership will offer 2590 Make In India tablets to schools in Gujarat with tablet based learning and lending model for education
BANGALORE, November 9, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Leading technology products and solution company- Lenovo, recently announced its Tablet based learning and lending initiative along with its NGO partner YUVA Unstoppable. This initiative aims to provide about 2590 Make in India tablets to 79 government girls schools in Gujarat. Thereby looking to share 30 tablets per school to impact and empower 8250+ girls in Gujarat.
Every waterfall begins with a single drop of water. That’s the idea behind VMware’s Citizen Philanthropy approach to giving—VMware’s impact in the community is the result of the collective actions of VMware people. At the core of this approach is our Service Learning program, which provides forty paid hours annually to employees around the world to contribute their time and talents to the community.
As part of Manchester City’s Cityzens Giving Project, the Club teamed up with Official Water Technology Partner Xylem to build two new sustainable clean water towers in Bangalore, India for a second year.
Five City fans from across India joined Xylem employees and Club legend Paul Dickov to deliver access to clean water and sanitation to two new schools.
Cityzens Giving ‘Water Goals’ project will benefit over 5,000 children this year
RYE BROOK, N.Y., March 22, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Xylem (NYSE:XYL), a leading global water technology company, has partnered with current Premier League Champions Manchester City F.C. to deliver clean water towers, WASH education, and sports and leadership training to communities in Bangalore, India – which will benefit over 5,000 children this year.
On July 21, 150 citizen philanthropists at VMware Bangalore designed a custom service learning project: door-to-door e-waste collection. In the weeks leading up to the drive, volunteers worked with local radio and newspapers, as well as businesses and social media influencers to promote the drive, and partnered with local nonprofits, Saahas and Ensyde, t
I am very excited to announce that Cisco’s Bangalore campus is now using solar power generated by two new offsite solar installations located in Karnataka, India. Cisco recently signed two solar power purchase agreements (PPAs) that will collectively deliver 85,000 megawatt-hours of clean, renewable electricity every year to the local electric grid where our Bangalore campus is located.
India is the third-largest emitter of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the world, accounting for 6.8 percent of global CO2 emissions. At the 2015 United Nations Convention on Climate Change, India signed the Paris Agreement and committed to reducing CO2 emissions 35 percent by 2030 compared to 2005 emission levels. Since then, the Indian government has introduced emissions control measures for power plants and tighter vehicular emission standards, while calling on businesses to reduce emissions.
SAP has launched the Student Entrepreneurship Program of SAP University Alliances in India at the BMS College of Engineering (BMSCE) in Bangalore.
The announcement comes on the heels of the global launch of the program globally earlier this year. The SAP University Alliances program opens up the world of SAP to more than 1,800 universities in more than 80 countries worldwide.