Aravali Power Company Jhajjar signs MoU with ALIMCO

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Aravali Power Company Jhajjar and Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) signed an MoU on 21st of July at Jhajjar for Rs. 2 Crores for Distribution of Aids and Assistive Devices to Persons with Disabilities at Jhajjar & Rewari Districts of Haryana under the CSR initiative of APCPL in the presence of N. N. Mishra, CEO – APCPL and D.R. Sarin, CMD – ALIMCO.


Aravali Power Company is a Joint venture company with 50% share of NTPC, 25% of Haryana Power Generation Company Ltd (HPGCL, Haryana State company) and 25% of Indraprastha Power Generation Company Ltd. APCPL has constructed a coal based power plant near Village Jharli, District- Jhajjar (Haryana) named Indira Gandhi Super Thermal Power Project (IGSTPP). Presently under Stage-I, power plant of 3x 500MW (1500 mw) capacity is constructed, whose all 3 units are commissioned.


ALIMCO is a “Not For Profit” Central Public Sector Undertaking working under the administrative control of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India and has been manufacturing various types of aids & appliances on mass scale to meet the requirements of the Persons with Disabilities (PwDs), across the country.


As per the MoU, Distribution camps will be organized at Jhajjar and Rewari Districts for an estimated cost of Rs 2 Crores. In the Distribution Camps artificial limbs, aids & appliances such as Tricycle, Wheel Chairs, BTE Hearing Aids, Crutch Axilla Adjustable, Braille Cane, MSIED Kit, Braille Kit etc. to Persons with Disabilities will be distributed.

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