One of India’s talented Businessmen Mr. Yash Birla is not only represented as the Chairman of the group but is also known for contributing to society in all possible ways. Yash Birla is not just involved in shaping his business success but also shaping a better future for the people of India.

Going all out,

The Yash Birla Group has also few charitable trusts for public welfare

. The trusts were established by Mr. Yash Birla’s father and forefathers. Here, we would highlight Matri Seva Sadan, a charitable trust that offers education to the people. This trust aims at offering educational & medical relief to the underprivileged.

Another remarkable initiative by this charitable trust is giving education to students. The school of nursing is situated in Pilani, Rajasthan. The school as well as the hospital was established in 1963.  The teaching faculty of the school consists of professional and experienced doctors. The school also offers boarding facilities namely- Rajasthan Hostel & Birla Hostel for the students

The faculty also provides first aids and health consultation for the students free of cost, under the supervision of full-time qualified doctors & nurses. The school is recognized by the Rajasthan nursing council, Jaipur, and Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi.

Expressing his view, Yash Birla, the founder of the Yash Birla Group said ‘The trust aims to offer the basics education & medical help to contribute towards the social growth of the society. My inspiration is my family who has always believed in giving to society. CSR is also the only pertinent way to assure growth in the society.’

Yash Birla Group is an Indian industrial conglomerate group based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Its chairman Yashovardhan Birla is a member of the Birla family. The group has diversified interest in industries like steel pipes, machine tools, cutting tools, tool holders, iron castings, power solutions, products, multipurpose engines pumps, electrical appliances, textiles, carpets, furnishing, lifestyle, InfoTech, publication, travel, electricity, property development, cotton ginning, etc. The Group traces its origins to the businesses started by various members of the Birla family. The group today has 10 publicly listed subsidiaries in India.