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Director (HR) Dr. Alka Mittal unveiled the artistic paintings made by underprivileged and differently-abled children at ONGC Delhi office. This event took place on 27 June 2019 near the central cafeteria of the ONGC’s DUB Green Building .Being a socially responsible corporate; ONGC Delhi has centrally displayed the creative artwork of the young artists from the NGO ‘Institute for the Handicapped and Backward People (IHBP)’. Dr. Alka Mittal appreciated the efforts of the students displayed in the mesmerizing paintings and applauded the efforts of the NGO for giving them a platform to showcase their talent.

Director (HR) inaugurating the Wall full of Paintings by underprivileged
Director (HR) inaugurating the Wall full of Paintings by underprivileged

IHBP conveyed its heartiest thanks to Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) Mahanadi, Bengal-Purnea & Andaman Basin (MBA Basin) for being a benevolent partner and partnering ONGC in the “Child Sponsorship Project” since July 2013. In the beginning, ONGC started this Project under its CSR activities with 50 differently-abled students. With the resounding success of this Project, ONGC has now increased the number of beneficiaries and is currently sponsoring 100 beneficiaries under this project.

IHBP has been successfully implementing the “Child Sponsorship Project” sponsored by ONGC as per MoU. The parents and guardians of the students are satisfied with the progress and development of their children and eager to send their children to school regularly, and parents of other needy and differently-abled children of the nearby area are willing to admit their children to school. This project has created lots of positive thoughts and belief. Differently-abled students under this Project have appeared in the Madhyamik Pariksha (Class X) since 2017 under W.B.B.S.E. alongside the usual students, and more than 90 per cent students have successfully passed which is a matter of pride.  All the above would not have been possible without the partnership and support of ONGC, as mentioned by the NGO officials.

Smiling faces of the creatively skilled students
Smiling faces of the creatively skilled students

The Institute for the Handicapped and Backward People (IHBP) is a non-political, non-religious, philanthropic, non-profit making, socially responsible NGO. This NGO is working for the total upliftment and development of the needy, poor, differently-abled and backward people of the society since 2001. IHBP is an empanelled Institution at National CSR Hub at Tata Institute of Social Sciences and National Foundation for CSR at The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs an autonomous body under Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India. This NGO is authorized and eligible Organization for implementation of CSR projects as per the list. It is working in the fields of disability, education, health and rehabilitation since 2001 and implementing plans of social importance with financial assistance from the Corporate Sector under their respective CSR activities.

Director (HR) appreciating the efforts of young artists
Director (HR) appreciating the efforts of young artists

With a mission to bring a smile to the face of every needy, differently-abled and oppressed people, ONGC will continue to provide much such support and financial assistance to more such institutions in future.