New Delhi: In its bid to support widows of Indian Navy officers who lost their lives on duty, NBCC has constructed a four-storey Sahara Hostel in New Delhi. NBCC has undertaken this project as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and has borne 50 percent of the construction cost, amounting to Rs 512.64 lakh, along with the Indian Navy.
The hostel was recently inaugurated by Lt Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal in presence of senior officials of the Indian Navy and NBCC. This welfare initiative is for providing accommodation to the widows of Indian Navy officers who lost their lives in the line of duty. Such women who visit the national capital for employment and other purposes will be able to stay at this hostel.
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Hostel has 34 dwelling units
The Sahara Hostel comprises 34 dwelling units equipped with all necessary amenities for a dignified living, along with a common Dining Hall and a Community Hall.
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