Guwahati: Oil India Limited (OIL) on Tuesday donated 500 oxygen concentrators to the Assam government.
The OIL’s initiative is a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to contribute in the fight against COVID-19 by helping in the augmentation of the health infrastructure, a company release said.
The concentrators were handed over to the state Minister for Health and Family Welfare Keshab Mahanta by Chief General Manager (Pipelines) Sandip Goswami and General Manager (Administration ) Madhurjya Barua on behalf of the Board of Directors of the company.
Principal Secretary Health and Family welfare Anurag Goyal and NHM Mission Director Dr. Lakshmanan S were also present on the occasion.
The minister appreciated the companys support to the government in the management of the pandemic, the release added.
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