Bengaluru: CSR by Alliance University Alumni Association  

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Bengaluru, Oct 4: Alliance Alumni Association hosted a successful Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) event on September 30, in an engaging demonstration of its commitment to social responsibility and sustainability. The event drew notable leaders from academia, industry, and the local community, and emphasized the Alumni Association's commitment to promoting constructive social change.

The CSR event was the result of months of dedicated preparation and collaboration between Alliance University and various alumni members. The university honored its distinguished guest Surekha Shetty, registrar general, Alliance University, association members and principal Parimala and staff members and students govt school Byagadadhenahalli were also present, setting an example of how educational institutions play a crucial role in creating a brighter, more sustainable future through meaningful interaction with business leaders and the community at large.

The association successfully pledged 15 benches to the government primary school, Byagadadhenahalli, demonstrating its commitment to advancing CSR values, both academically and practically.

Alliance University's CSR event gained greater appreciation for its holistic approach to CSR and commitment to creating a forum for intellectual sharing and cooperation. The symposium inspired and equipped attendees with new ideas on how CSR can promote positive transformation in today's corporate world.



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