Gurugram: Bry-Air and Desiccant Rotors International (DRI); the flagship companies of Pahwa Group and the leaders in air-engineering took up initiatives linked to rainwater harvesting and providing academic support to children from weaker sections of the society.
Pahwa Group that is known for its prowess in manufacturing innovative and sustainable technologies in air treatment that help provide a safer and healthier environment, ran these initiatives ahead of the festive season.
Bry-Air along with its NGO partner, Literacy India have in the past adopted a few learning centers for the underprivileged under the Pathshala aegis.
Bry-Air Pathshala at Dharam Colony, Gurugram is one of the few older projects being in operation since 2011. Whereas, DRI Pathshala at Carterpuri village was taken up in 2014. Through these initiatives, Bry-Air and DRI are responsible for creating a primary school environment conducive for the non-school going children and weak students where they will be given remedial classes. The Bry-Air and DRI Pathshalas aims at providing academic support to the students by:
Remedial Education and
With the initiates coinciding with the festive season, Team Bry-Air and DRI also celebrated Diwali with the underprivileged children at these pathshalas. The theme of the celebration was plastic-free Diwali and approximately 120 students participated in the event. Activities such as rangoli making, poster making, and slogan making were organized for the students.
At the Bry-Air Pathshala, Ms. Sonali Dutta, Vice President- Corporate Affairs, Bry-Air (Asia) Pvt. Ltd. gave away the prizes to the position holders. Whereas, Ms. Anandita Pahwa, Head – CSR Initiative, Bry-Air, and DRI gave away the prizes to the position holders at the DRI Pathshala. At the end, Diwali Gifts and Sweets were also distributed to all the students from both the pathshalas.
In addition to the Diwali celebrations at both the pathshala, Bry-Air also inaugurated a rain-water harvesting system at Literacy India Vidhyapeeth school at Bajghera village, Gurgaon. This system was inaugurated by Ms. Anandita Pahwa, along with Ms. Sonali Dutta and Capt. Anil Kalia, Trustee, Literacy India.
Through the deployment of this system, the school will save approximately 4,71,662 liters of water every year.