WS Industries (India) Limited
CSR Activities

  • As a responsible corporate citizen, the Company has signed the Affirmative Action (AA) thro Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) to support the socially underprivileged people.

  • As the Company is a ceramic insulator manufacturing industry, the Government of Tamilnadu has approved to run a Basic Training Centre. School dropouts are picked up and trained for 2 to 3 years depending on the trade and made to appear the exams conducted by the Government of India to get National Apprentice Certificates. The passed out students are absorbed in the Company on regular rolls. It’s a major support to the community around. So far 140 such underprivileged have been inducted into the Company after training.

  • School children in the neighbouring area, especially who write the 10th standard Board exams and who are not able to get sufficient support from the schools and their homes are trained by the Company by employing teachers in the evening at the Company premises. The effort is continuing to be very encouraging as 98% of the students pass out with fairly good marks. They are being provided with evening food and stationery items besides the class room provisions.

  • Company keeps supporting certain basic needs of the nearby schools like construction of toilet, kitchen etc and also the Primary Health Centre by providing nutritious meal to the pregnant women residing in the zone and also during special camps like polio eradication etc.

  • Company provides vehicle facilities and food to the Tamil Nadu Labour Welfare Board and the Government ITI while conducting various exams and sports day celebrations, regularly.

  • Company runs a temple known as ‘Sethu Kshetram’ with deities of Their Lordships Ganapathy, Shiva, Parvathi, Subramanya, Krishna, Rama, Anjaneya, Ayyappa, Sathya Sai Baba and Navagrahams. There is no other place in the vicinity with so many deities in one place where periodical pujas are performed for the welfare of not only the employees but also to the general public.