Community building through grassroots people-centric initiatives

Through our community initiatives we focus on critical development aspects like technical education, skill development and sanitation.


Bringing safe drinking water to Mewat

We serve extensively in Mewat, Haryana - one of the most adversely affected districts in India with regard to lack of access to quality water. Through the use of highly efficient and cost-effective treatment plants, MMTC-PAMP has brought safe drinking water to 26 schools, colleges and other public areas in the Mewat district. MMTC-PAMP is solely responsible for maintaining all installed units in the region. We are also spearheading a campaign to generate awareness about safe drinking water practices among school children and the larger community in the surrounding villages.

Nurturing technical education

As India sets manufacturing excellence standards, we believe that building technical skills is a critical gap to be addressed in the country. We have partnered with Shri Ram College of Engineering & Management (SRCEM) as part of our commitment to nurture job-ready talent for the shop floor, offering a two-year training programme for two consecutive cohorts. Based on our extensive learnings, we are now positioned to set up an NSDC-approved, Swiss-based VET curriculum to equip students with trade-specific skills. The curriculum will be certified in accordance with Swiss trade development programmes.

Building the community

As part of our mission to strengthen local ecosystems, we are actively driving sanitation initiatives in the community. MMTC-PAMP has constructed two fully-fitted multipurpose halls with restrooms for the Rojka-Meo and Nuh police stations . Both halls come fully equipped with safe drinking water, a common room for women, senior citizens and economically underserved groups, separate toilets for men and women, as well as an accessible restroom. Going forward, as part of our commitment to the Swachh Bharat campaign, we are committed to focusing on sanitation drives, especially for women in the surrounding communities. Our efforts have been recognized three years in a row since 2016 by the Haryana Government through an appreciation certificate for “Outstanding Contribution to CSR Projects in Mewat District”.