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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

At SAVIC we look at CSR as a voluntary obligation. Our initiatives are presently limited and shall gain momentum with growth of company. We are currently focusing on Education, Health and Hygiene. To that effect we are making monthly contributions of Rs 10,000/ through an NGO.







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Girija Welfare Association


The mission of Girija Welfare Association is to uphold work for the transformation of lives of orphan and less privileged children, without discrimination in caste, creed or race and to rescue and rehabilitate them in our society.

We at SAVIC back this notion and consider it as a priority area for our CSR activity. Recognizing education as one of the building blocks of any nation, the aim is to nurture young minds and help create an environment to foster healthy body and sound mind, so that they contribute to the nation’s development. Realising the importance and relevance of education, SAVIC teams up with Girija Welfare to support their kind initiative.

We believe that the true and full measure of growth, success and progress is best reflected in the difference that business and industry make to the lives of people.

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Relief Aid for Flood


SAVIC Technologies joined hand to support flood sufferers at Thane, our team members visited suffering areas and provided with water and food items.

Our team also moved around other places and helped people to re-organise their house and offered related supports. We pray to almighty, to make everyone of us strong and also support us to over come from this situation .

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Protest for Jallikattu at Marina beach


SAVIC Team Members join protest continued demand for the removal of the ban on Jallikattu - Tamil Nadu’s traditional bull taming sport - at Chennai’s Marina Beach on Wednesday.

The protestors at the beach converged on Tuesday following an agitation at Alanganallur in Madurai, the epicentre of the current wave of protests. They are also seeking a ban on animal rights body People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)

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