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Corporate Social Responsibility

Jyoti well understands its responsibility towards the society and it does reflect by activities initiated and ran here.

Jyoti has always come forward with best of its efforts to help the society in the time of natural calamities like Tsunami, Earth quake etc.

Jyoti co sponsors 59th National Basketball Championship at Surat, 31st December.’08 onwards

Jyoti extended backbone supported to Rotary Club for establishment of a mini hospital in G.I.D.C. itself to facilitate immediate medical aids to workers of G.I.D.C.

We often arrange activities like Blood donation camps etc.

As a part of social responsibility, Jyoti has established the technology centre at Chennai and Rajkot and had already purchased the land to establish the third one at Pune. Jyoti welcomes here the young generation of engineers and management trainees to come and experience the practical working environment through in house trainings to bridge the gap between the academic syllabus and practical implementation.

Apart from this, Jyoti regularly sponsors various technical/management events for the institutes in and around city of Rajkot. Sponsorship of “Vibrant 2006” (National level Robot Competition), “Mechanger 2007” (National technical paper presentation competition for engineering students) at VVP Engineering College and a seminar on “Brand Management“ (For management professionals and students) can be considered as a success story from the front of CSR.

Again, as a part of social responsibility, Jyoti has also sponsored a nine year old girl named Sweety Patel for a world school chess championship held at Greece in 2007, and as a matter of pride, she won the same from the competitors from more than 42 countries. Jyoti has undertaken a responsibility to provide a professional training to her from Russian coach and a stay at Russia.

Students sponsored by Jyoti has won a national level robot competition held at Bangalore and added a feather in a cap of Jyoti.

  • To give away money is an easy matter, and in any man’s power. But to decide to whom to give it, and how large and when, and for what purpose and how, is neither in every man’s power-nor an easy matter. Hence it is that such excellence is rate, praiseworthy and noble.
    - Aristotle