Cyclone ‘THANE’ ravaged Tamil Nadu & Puducherry inundating cities, towns and villages. In the aftermath of the floods, Chemplast Sanmar distributed rice and food packets to the villages around Karaikal. Families from villages in Vadakku Vanjore, Keezhavanjore and Mudalimedu located around Karaikal received the relief materials.
Rice and food packets being distributed
Spurred by its success in Mettur, Chemplast Sanmar's remedial classes (after school coaching classes) provided to schoolchildren was extended to Karaikal. Another centre to provide coaching for school children with a full-fledged tutor was established at Vadakku Vanjore.
Chemplast Sanmar donated two computers complete with accessories to Vadakku Vanjore Panchayat. These computers will be used to provide computer literacy to young children at the tuition centre. A dedicated person has been appointed to provide training to at least 61 children in Karaikal.
Chemplast Karaikal arranged medical camps free of cost for the public at Mudali Medu and Vadakku Vanjore on 22 September 2012. Two teams of doctors conducted general health checks including eye examinations in coordination with Vinayaga Mission Medical College
A free health camp for general and eye check was conducted by Chemplast Karaikal jointly with Vinayaka Medical Mission College and Hospital on 22 June 2013.
The camps were conducted at the community centres of Mudali Medu and Vadakku Vanjore villages of Karaikal to facilitate easy access to the rural populace.
Conducted under the guidance of J Ashok Kumar IAS, District Collector, the camps were supervised by M Kandaswamy, Medical Superintendent, Government General Hospital, Karaikal and Chemplast's Dr Sathiyanarayanan.
At the request of Dr A Muthamma, Collector, Karaikal, split air conditioner units were donated to the maternity post operative ward at the Government General Hospital, Karaikal, by Chemplast Sanmar. Medical Superintendent Dr M Kandasamy received the units.