Corporate Ethos & CSR

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At Aress we believe that it is not only what we do that is important but how we do it – both in and outside of the work environment. As a company and as individuals we all take responsibility for our actions and are accountable for their consequences. But the tone is set by the corporate ethos - as expressed by Aress’ top management - and we encourage our employees to express our values in their actions.

We operate with integrity

as we would expect to be treated ourselves, and with honesty -even if the news is not what you want to hear.


Corporate Social Responsibility

At Aress we believe that it is not only what we do that is important but how we do it – both in and outside of the work environment. As a company and as individuals we all take responsibility for our actions and are accountable for their consequences. But the tone is set by the corporate ethos - as expressed by Aress’ top management - and we encourage our employees to express our values in their actions.

Initiative in the area of social responsibility is actively encouraged within Aress and our staff is individually involved in a variety of worthy causes – to the extent that in 2014, 65 man-days of voluntary work was given to charitable projects. A few examples can be found here.

About Anandwan

About Anandwan

Anandwan is an ashram and a community rehabilitation center for leprosy patients and the disabled from downtrodden sections of society. It was founded in 1948 by a noted social activist, Baba Amte, and is run by the Maharogi Seva Samiti. Anandwan was developed to be a self-contained community with residents working towards food self-sufficiency through agriculture. In addition, the ashram has various home-based, small-scale industry units run by the residents that generate income to cover additional requirements.

Anandwan, through its multiple projects and diverse initiatives in healthcare, formal and vocational education, agriculture, development of land and water resource, employment, empowerment and youth sensitization, not only achieved self-sustaining economy but helped people to regain their self-respect. It brought smiles to millions of faces.

Blind Man Car Rally

Blind Man Car Rally

Blind Man Car Rally is a unique rally, where the driver is accompanied by a blind man as his navigator using a Braille route chart. The rallies are run along the lines of a professional car rally with time trials and checkpoints and there are often close to 100 teams competing. The first Blind Man Rally was first held in Mumbai on February 11th, 2007 to highlight the initiatives of Round Table India to eradicate illiteracy and the challenges faced by the visually impaired. It was held in partnership with National Association for the Blind (NAB). There are now many events across the country throughout the year.

Blind Man Rally is now considered to be one of the 10 top car rallies in India and Aress is proud to have been a sponsor of the event since 2009.

As Part of Its CSR Initiative; Gist of Training Activities Carried Out By Aress

Aress is a socially responsible organisation and is committed to the upliftment and betterment of underprivileged and marginalized communities. This is achieved thru the CSR initiatives of the organization.

Apart from financial support for the CSR programs, organization also provides its highly skilled manpower and other resources to train youths of urban and rural areas, belonging to less privileged and marginalized section of the society.

The emphasis is not just to train the youths, but to also provide them with good boarding and lodging facilities during the training and employment opportunities post the training, so that they not only become economically independent but gradually become a part of the mainstream society.

As part of our CSR initiatives we have successfully conducted and completed various placement linked training programs. Even now there are ongoing skill development programs and more lined up in future.

CSR Initiative
NSDC Udaan

We have successfully conducted and completed Udaan Project with NSDC. This was an initiative by Ministry of Home affairs (Govt. of India) and NSDC with participation from leading corporates. This program was aimed at skilling and providing employment opportunities to the youth of Jammu & Kashmir. Under Udaan we trained more than 450 youths (Boys and Girls) and placed more than 340 students belonging to the state of J & K. Students from J & K were provided with 6 months of residential training cum placement program. This training was completely free of cost to students and they didn’t have to pay any expenses towards commuting or training. Cost of Entire infra and highly skilled professional trainers was borne by Aress. Lodging, boarding was partially supported by the Govt of India.


NI-MSME is a Govt of India under taking under Ministry of Micro. Small & Medium Enterprise. Aress partnered with NI-MSME by means of providing them with state-of-the-art infrastructure and qualified trainers. Aress has trained 400+ beneficiaries under Employment and Skill Development Program (E & SDP) by partnering with NI-MSME. Post the successful completion of training, Aress helped more than 195 trainees with sustainable employment opportunities in IT-ITeS sector, Hospitality sector and Telecom sector. Aress also helped 110 beneficiaries, realize their dream of self-employment by assisting them in getting financial help thru financial institutions.


NDLM was an initiative of Govt. Of India for all the States/UTs across the country under PPP Model. Objective of this initiative was to ensure that the non-IT literate citizens are trained to become IT literate to enable them to participate actively and effectively in the democratic and developmental process. Aress contributed in Digital Literacy of non-IT literate citizens by reaching out to more than 22,000 non-IT literate citizens in the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Union Territories of Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu.

We have also conducted placement linked training programs for financially sections of society by collaborating with various sector skills councils & state governments in their skill development initiatives under PPP model. We have trained more than 600 candidates for Employment & Skill Development Program in –

  • Bihar for BUDA (Bihar Urban Development Authority).
  • Uttar Pradesh for UP-SUDA (Uttar Pradesh State Urban Development Authority),
  • Andhra Pradesh for MEPMA (Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Andhra Pradesh)
  • Karnataka and UP for Retail Sector with RASCI (Retailers Association’s Skill Council of India) & Automobile Sector with ASDC (Automotive Skills Development Council) under STAR (Standard Training Assessment & Reward) scheme.

The Zeal and Commitment Continues:


Under PPP model, our journey as a socially responsible organisation that is committed to upliftment of marginalized & economically weaker section of society i.e. people belonging to BPL (Below Poverty Line) category in rural areas, has gained momentum & is already helping beneficiaries in the state of U.P. & M.P. We plan to further strengthen our initiatives by reaching out to other states like J & K, Maharashtra and North East States of India.

Currently Aress has taken the responsibility of providing placement linked residential training to over 1500+ BPL candidates in the states of UP and MP over a period of next 3 years. The process of identifying more BPL beneficiaries across different states is simultaneously on and we hope to start similar trainings for the beneficiaries of J & K state by end of this year.

Aress is not just aiming at training the candidates; but the endeavor is to provide sustainable, meaningful livelihood opportunities to atleast 70% to 80% beneficiaries under DDU-GKY. While the program is funded by the MoRD, Aress thru its CSR initiative ensures that high quality trainers, additional facilities, sessions, recreational activities and support functions other than the ones specified by MoRD are provided to beneficiaries.

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