Corporate Social Responsibility

Krishi Rasayan Group

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is deeply embedded in the ethos of KR LifeSciences. We are cognizant of our responsibility towards the society and the environment. Our commitment to agricultural innovation and excellence is complimented by our endeavor in making a positive impact on the communities we serve. Our CSR initiatives extend to areas such as education, healthcare, and sustainable development. KR LifeSciences is driven by a sense of responsibility to create a sustainable and inclusive future, aligning business gains to societal upliftment. 

CSR Activities

Bharat Sevanidhi School

The school “Bharat Sevanidhi School” was established by Late Sri Parmanand Churiwal  in 1964. Its foundation day is celebrated on 5th December every year. The school has 650 students in Classes 1 - 10.  Scholarships are offered every year.  The school was undertaken by the Government in 1994.

Shri SD Panchayat Sr. Sec. School

Shri Sanatan Dharma Panchayat Sr. Sec. School, Mandawa is one of the most prestigious and esteemed schools in Mandawa and was founded in the pre-independence era. It is being run by Shri Sanatan Dharma Panchayat and is affiliated to the Rajasthan Board Of Secondary Education, Ajmer. SSDP is a co-educational school with 267 students and 30 teachers. Shri Atul Churiwal is the chairman of SSDP In Kolkata which has been running the school since 1922. He is a visionary and the school has made immense progress in his guidance. He emphasizes on quality education alongside character building of students for overall growth. He is cognizant of the future depending on technology and assists the school to be up to date with the IT and Science Labs.

Some of Others Yearly CSR Activities

Calcutta Metropolitan Round Table 41

  • Date: 2024-01-13

We partnered with Round Table India and Nuvama Private for their event Light a Smile. The event got together 4000 less privileged children from 40 different NGOs across the city and its outskirts to St Pauls's Cathedral where they were entertained with game stalls, performances, and given gifts.