We are deeply committed to play an active role for betterment of our community and environment.
Generous donations are given for founding of hospitals and schools. Our Chairman is one of the Directors of “Kidney Foundation” (which provides highly subsidized treatment to Kidney patients). Active Participation in Pakistan Earthquake Relief Program (2004) by providing financial support and human resources.
-The company bears major portion of hospitalization expense of deserving employees and runs a subsidized medical insurance program.
-The company also runs a free literacy program for its workers.
-Compliance with all applicable laws of Pakistan relating to child labor, work safety, minimum wages etc.
-Effluent treatment plant at our Travel Plant eliminates all harmful parts from the effluents of dyeing weaving and other processes.
-Steam Generator at our Towel and Spinning plants utilize exhaust gases of our power generators, (thus saving burning of fossil fuels which causes greenhouse effect).
While conducting a survey on the lifestyles of the workers, it came to the company’s notice that more than 50% of the children of the workers at our factory do not go to schools. This called for an education center within the colony that would provide affordable, yet high quality education which would encourage those parents to send their children to school.
Armed with this vision, The Indus Dyeing School was founded in 2014 with the aim of making excellent education accessible to the children of workers at Indus Dyeing Mills, Hyderabad. However, as the word of the level of education provided spread, parents from outside the factory too brought their kids in for admissions.
Within two years, the school now stands strong with a strength of 170 students and 12 teachers. Spread on 2000 square yards, Indus Dyeing school caters from Grade 1 to Grade 5 and is equipped with a total of 16 rooms, including a library, computer lab, science lab and a multimedia room. The school also has a spacious playground and a canteen for children.
These are the same students that might have not ever gone to school. As a welfare project of Indus Dyeing Mills, this school is all set to get bigger and better and to keep encouraging the factory’s workers to send their children to acquire quality education.