Case Studies: UK success in India

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HSBC

HSBC partnered with over 40 non-profit organisation to support the immediate disaster relief and livelihood and rehabilitation efforts in the communities across India. The support to communities is twofold; to ensure the communities socio-economic & livelihood conditions are balanced between immediate relief and long-term livelihood & rehabilitations efforts. The first phase focused on immediate relief […]

Cairn’s investment in India saw the company transform the Ravva oil and gas field along India’s eastern coast, which was producing just c.3,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd) when Cairn took over operatorship in the mid-1990s. Within 18 months, Cairn increased production to 50,000 bopd. Ravva is still in production more than two decades […]

Agritechnology Rice is the staple food source for the majority of the world’s poor. Flooding is a significant threat to rice production in the developing world. It is estimated that rice paddy loss to flooding amounts to millions of tonnes of rice lost per year in India alone. Large parts of the Indian subcontinent were […]

India is facing the challenge of meeting an increasing demand for cooling in a sustainable way. There is a rapidly increasing demand for cooling in buildings and in the cold chain for food and medicines etc which would lead to an eight fold increase in cooling needs by 2037/38 compared to 2017/18. Meeting this increased […]

Together, UEA with University of Hyderabad have been working on University Social Responsibility in India starting in 2019. The project convenors organised a series of policy dialogues and academic sessions on University Social Responsibility in India and Beyond. These informed their jointly authored guidebook on ‘University Social Responsibility: From Dialogue to Implementation’. They produced this […]

BT India

120 million adolescent girls in India struggle to gain access to education, healthcare, and other critical needs. The country faces a digital skills gap and girls are again left behind. The Internet and Mobile Association of India for example states women account for just 29% of India’s online population. BT supports the Education Development Impact […]

As part of this, Rolls-Royce is committed to advancing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects. Accordingly, Rolls-Royce is working towards SDG 4 – Quality Education – in India through several programmes, through which it estimates to have touched the lives of approximately 100,000 children to date through various STEM initiatives in India. More details […]

JCB India

With CSR in mind, JCB is working towards the following Sustainable Development Goals in India: SDG 3: Good health and well-being; SDG 4: Quality Education; SDG 5: Gender Equality; SDG 8: Decent work and Economic growth; SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production A number of case studies include: Investing in local creative economies Working towards: SDG 5: Gender Equality; […]

Phasix is an established UK based outsource provider of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) testing services to the semiconductor design industry, trading in many countries. Semiconductor companies regularly purchase these services to qualify the robustness of newly developed packaged semiconductor devices. These integrated circuits or ICs ­ the little black chips that are present in virtually every modern electronic device […]

BOURN HALL

Bourn Hall made headlines around the world back in 1978, when the genius of scientist Robert Edwards and gynaecologist Dr Patrick Steptoe led to the birth of the first ‘test-tube’ baby, Louise Brown.

Molecular Products recognise the need to have a low risk and cost-controlled entry strategy for India. With many successful market entries under his belt, Ian is very much looking forward to what Molecular Products can achieve in India.

The AoC has achieved remarkable success promoting the interests of UK Colleges in recent years, and by representing over 360 further education colleges, the organisation has been able to decisively influence the UK Government’s education policies.  

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