We at NPCI understand our role as a socially responsible corporate citizen. It is our duty to contribute towards sustainable community development by supporting and implementing projects for marginalized section of society and create positive differences in their lives. We are committed to create sustainable, scalable and replicable solutions for some of India’s most pressing social challenges. Through our partnerships with leading social development sector organizations, we are working towards improving lives of community we touch.
MD & CEO, National Payment Corporation India
|Sr. No||Name of Director||Designation / Nature of Directorship|
|1||Amitha Sehgal||Chair Person|
Hon. Secretary, All India Bank Depositors' Association (AIBDA). (Independent Director representing the interest of ultimate users of NPCI services)View Profile
Chief General Manager – Information Technology, Punjab National BankView Profile
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In the backdrop of the amendments to The Companies Act, 2013 and the subsequent mandatory requirements for corporate social responsibility commitments, NPCI took on the challenge of creating social impact programmes with a core focus on scalability, sustainability and replicability. Driven by the need to create impact that encompasses the above core philosophies, NPCI has forged partnerships with some of India’s leading social development organizations known in their respective areas to be driven by sectoral expertise, innovations and a need to bring about change for the underserved. These partnerships reflect the vibrant nature of the social development sector while incorporating a professional approach to drive impact amongst the underprivileged communities across India.
Starting with smaller, localized projects, NPCI has now scaled up its partnerships with social development sector organizations to transform the lives of thousands of people across the country.
To create sustainable, scalable and replicable solution for some of India’s most pressing social challenges through partnerships with leading social development sector organizations working towards improving the standards of education thus increasing employability; managing, preserving and protecting India’s environment and natural capital; and working towards creating disaster resilient societies and responding to natural calamities.
|Education||Scaling Up Girls Education: Educate Girls||Banswara, Rajasthan||1,65,377|
|Improving Enrollment-Retention - Learning of children: Educate Girls||Singrauli - Madhya Pradesh||Ongoing|
|Hamara Gaon, Pratham Education Foundation||Kabeerdham, Kanker, Mahasamund, Rajnadgaon, Sukma, Kondagaon - Chhattisgarh||29,082|
|Foundational Learning Program: Pratham Education Foundation||Kanker - Chhatisgarh||Ongoing|
|Digital Empowerment and Beyond School Program, VIDYA||Powai, Bhandup, Vikroli, Govandi, Chembur - Mumbai||9,629|
|Environmental Sustainability||Human wildlife coexistence in CIL-BNHS||Wardha, Nagpur, Chandrapur, Bhandhara and Gondia - Maharashtra||11,477|
|Integrated Rural Development Program||Sindhudurg- Maharashtra||Ongoing|
|Humanitarian Assistance||Health care and cancer awareness: Global Cancer Concern India||Sitamarhi, Bihar||100,428|
|COVID Relief-Akshay Patra||Mumbai, Hyderabad and Delhi||18,180|
|Mid-Day Meal Program||Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Assam, Odisha, Karnataka, Rajasthan||Ongoing|
|COVID Relief: America India Foundation||Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Telangana||44,081|
|Total Lives Impacted||3,78,254|