HCFI is organising the CSR awards for the very first time to recognize efforts made by various organisations and individuals to improve the society in various fields like healthcare and others. This initiative is spearhead by Padma Shri Awardee Dr K K Aggarwal, President HCFI.
The CSR Awards are designed to honour the best CSR initiatives that have revolutionized the way healthcare and other social initiatives are delivered across India. Apart from recognizing organizations working in this space currently, the awards also strive to inspire other like-minded entities to participate in a grander scale. Under various categories, the HCFI CSR Awards bring into light responsible business practices which have proven to be the drivers of change and impacted millions of lives. Winners will be felicitated at the MTNL Perfect Health Mela 2018.
Mentioned below are the categories for the CSR Awards:
Nominations for HCFI CSR Awards 2018 are to be filled and submitted online. Applications open from the 1st of July.
Campaigns executed during the year 2017/18 (for the period 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018) are eligible as entries.
An entry fee of Rs 5000 per entry is to be paid. Organizations can apply under multiple categories as well.
Last date for submission
Deadline for submission is 1st October 2018.
HCFI CSR Awards Night
Time: 8 PM
Date: 27th October, Saturday 2018
Talkatora Indoor Stadium, New Delhi
Enjoy the CSR Awards Night with an amazing performance by renown illusionist Rahul Kharbanda
Our jury members come from diverse educational backgrounds and industrial sectors.
An Indian endocrinologist, diabetologist and the Chairman and Head of Endocrinology and Diabetes division of Medanta, the Medicity, a super specialty hospital located at Gurgaon, Haryana.
AMOD K. KANTH
A social activist, and former policeman who is best known as the founder of the NGO Prayas. He is known for raising his voice about issues surrounding children and the weaker
sections of society in India.
A seasoned and widely recognised professional with over 24 years of experience in the international development, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and not-for-profit sector.
The Director of Asian Academy of Film & Television &
Asian School of Media Studies.
He is the founder of Noida, Film City
S Y QURAISHI
Former Chief Election Commissioner of India. He was appointed
as the CEC as the successor to Navin Chawla on 30 July 2010.
Also served as a Secretary in the Ministry of
Youth Affairs and Sports.
SHOBHA MISHRA GHOSH
The Assistant Secretary General of FICCI heads Education (school, vocational education & higher education), Skill Development, Health, Health Insurance, Medical Technology and Life Sciences (Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology).