NLC India Ltd. donates 10 ambulances to Cuddalore
The ambulances had been procured by NLCIL at a price of ₹59 lakh underneath its Corporate Social Responsibility initiaitve, and have primary life help programs and oxygen supply programs
Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) NLC India Ltd (NLCIL) has donated 10 ambulances to the Cuddalore district administration to transport COVID-19 sufferers to the hospitals.
The ambulances, procured by NLCIL at a price of ₹59 lakh underneath its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, had been flagged off by Chairman-cum-Managing Director Rakesh Kumar at Neyveli on Monday.
An NLCIL official stated the ambulances had been donated to strengthen the arms of the district administration to meet the challenges posed by the pandemic. The ambulances are outfitted with Basic Life Support Systems and oxygen supply system.
The Navaratna endeavor has augmented mattress capability in its hospital and different locations within the township from 150 to 577 (277 within the hospital itself) whereas extra 300 beds have been organized in three COVID-19 Care Centres within the township.
As many as 52 oxygen concentrators have been procured and are in use in numerous mission websites whereas the remaining are being procured on a quick observe, the official stated.
NLCIL Functional Directors R. Vikraman, N.N.M. Rao, Prabhakar Chowki, Shaji John, Jaikumar Srinivasan and (*10*) Director (HR) N. Sadish Babu had been current.