QNET Review spotlights company’s sponsorship of school libraries in Ladakh

Oct 28 16:20 2013 Sharad Gaikwad Print This Article

In the contemporary world, an organisation is perceived not only by its profits but also the responsibility it shares with the environment. 

Companies that take an active role in promoting their corporate social responsibility programs are generally viewed more favourably than those that do not have highly visible programs. Having goals and a vision for a company that go beyond products and profits definitely provides a warmer image of one’s business that consumers will be more eager to engage with. QNET Review portrays the positive contributions and achievements of the company.

QNET has decided to support the Avalokitesvara Trust’s work in Ladakh as part of its ongoing CSR initiatives in India. Avalokitesvara Trust is an effort to nurture and educate children in isolated villages of Ladakh,Guest Posting including those on the Indo-Pakistan and Indo-China borders. Through the company’s CSR arm, RYTHM Foundation, it has planned to open libraries in 15 rural schools in Ladakh.

The project will see the installation of libraries and spaces for effective learning in existing private, government, and monastic schools. QNET Review highlights the company’s sponsorship of school libraries in Ladakh.

Some of the key initiatives under the project include: 

  • Sourcing and collection of children’s books for libraries in schools;
  •  Designing, installing and furnishing reading spaces in existing schools;
  •  Conducting learning modules, art and drama workshops in schools;
  • Providing children with games, toys, sports equipment, art and stationery supplies;
  • Medical camps for vaccinations and treatment for respiratory and skin infections;
  • Sponsorship of individual children, including tuition fees, annual and boarding expenses;
  • Empowering Ladakhi teachers with educational resources, teaching aids and training opportunities.

Additionally, this multilevel marketing companybagged gold and two silvers at the recent Asia Pacific Contact Centre World Awards 2013 held in Singapore. The company’s Global Head of International Support Centre, Pushpalatha Balan, received the gold award for Best Small Contact Centre while the silver awards were bagged by Michael Sia for Best Operations Manager and Kelvin Chin for Best Supervisor.

An elated Chief Executive Officer of the company, Mr Dave Osh said that winning the gold and silvers at the Asia Pacific awards 2013 is yet another testament to the company’s continuous commitment to revolutionising the customer experience. He also added, “We have a unique culture of service. We engage our customers at the deepest level and provide a suite of proactive services that cannot be necessarily measured objectively using the usual standards of service level agreements, KPIs etc. We focus on developing a group of professionals whose main aim is to help make our customers successful.”

Apart from the recognition and social welfare activities, this network marketing company has recently hosted a five-day mega gathering at the Malawati Indoor Stadium in Shah Alam, Malaysia. QNET Review observes that it was akin to a United Nations’ conference which brought together some 6,000 entrepreneurs from around the world to Malaysia. The five day convention was an energy-packed, fun-filled, experience as the IRs vowed to ‘Raise the Bar Higher’, which was the theme of this year’s convention.

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