At STT GDC India we not only recognize but also value the strategic importance of building
business practices that result in sustainable bottom lines, sustainable economies,
environments and societies. The focus areas to bring about a positive social change by
measures to empower socially and economically backward groups, by improving access to
education (digital literacy), focusing on skill development, creation of employment
opportunities & entrepreneurship, promoting environmental and ecological sustainability and
caring for the elderly.
You may read our complete CSR Policy here and about our CSR Projects here.
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Because we are part of a worldbeyond our business
STT GDC India, in partnership with Tata Trusts (a pioneer of philanthropy in India), became a part of their Lakhpati Kisan objective A rural development project in the areas of livelihoods enhancement & income generation to improve the lives of the vulnerable members of communities.
With an emphasis on promotion of agriculture development, high-value cropping, trellis intervention, training and knowledge extension activities, technology intervention, water resource development, livestock development, etc. and create sustainable and socio-economic development.
With initiatives like this, STT GDC India aims to establish sustainable social goals and income generation in the lives of rural farmers in neglected areas. We believe that every penny earned by us has seen a share of it contributed towards a larger cause – one that builds a more integrated and sustainable society.
Our partnership initiative for ‘Infrastructure Management Services’ helps promote training programs that enable students to become self-reliant by developing the right skillsets for both personal development and the opportunity to land their desired jobs.
With our initiative, we aim to not only address the unique educational gaps, but also prepare the youth to stay updated on the latest developments in the industry, thus enabling them to be better equipped for their future. Our unique corporate citizenship initiative focuses on enabling students to build essential skills needed to make a career in the data centre industry, as well as provide help for their overall development with life skills coaching.
STT GDC India’s skill development initiative is being carried out as a tie-up with Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF). This initiative has been launched to address the gaps between employment opportunities and industry-specific skillsets with a curriculum highlighting critical technical aspects to bridge the gap.
With this initiative, we focus on bringing about positive change and bridging the gap between the demand and supply of skilled workers in the Data Centre industry while also contributing to the socio-economic growth aspired by our country.
We took a one year sabbatical to travel the world and work with social entrepreneurs to apply our business skills for the social good.We took a one year sabbatical to travel the world and work with social entrepreneurs to apply our business skills for the social good.
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Keep track of the major transitions and innovations in the digital economy and their
impact on business growth. Discover insights from our Think Tanks on major
industry news, innovations, trends, and ways to stay ahead of the competition.
In this article, we analyze the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on data centres and global networks. We look at how the crisis is impacting supply, demand, new construction, and operations.
The Frost & Sullivan report indicates that the data centre market in India is predicted to expand at 9.9% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) from 2019 to 2024.
Given its uniqueness, tackling the impact of COVID-19 has been a gradual process for most businesses due to the lack of a set of metrics to help determine the full impact quickly and make response plans.