C. Valliappa Chairman of Sona College of Technology donated 1000 N95 respirators, 10,000 hand gloves, and 2,000 bottles of sanitizer, 500 ml each to Dharmapuri Medical College
The COVID-19 virus wreaked havoc on the globe in every way. Many businesses have taken initiatives to address the issues, such as restricting the problem's spread and assisting individuals who are in need.
In the presence of honorable Minister of Higher Education, K. P. Anbalagan, C. Valliappa, Chairman of Sona College of Technology, and his sons, Chocko Valliappa and Thyagu Valliappa donated 1000 N95 respirators, 10,000 hand gloves, and 2,000 500 ml bottles of sanitizer to Dharmapuri Medical College. The Sona Group developed the software ‘VeeTrace' to track and trace COVID-19 afflicted individuals as a CSR initiative, which has been adopted by Salem, Dharmapuri, and Krishnagiri districts, reaching a population of 7 million people. To assist Salem Corporation's cleaning staff, our leaders contributed Rs. 1,00,000/- for food and Rs. 2,00,000/- for goods and medical devices.
The Sona Group has taken a number of steps to assist society, and they will continue to do so in a variety of ways to make the world a better, disease-free environment.