Jaipur: Technology-firm Prama Hikvision India has tied up with the Rajasthan government for installing 500 CCTV cameras and 75 network video recorders to 75 higher educational institutes across the state.
The company in a statement said it entered into an exclusive Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the state government on July 21, 2018 to facilitate and drive its CSR initiative forward.
The progam ‘Secure Campuses’ aims to improve the security infrastructure within the college campuses along with facilitating secured surveillance to ensure security and safe environment to the students and staff.
Prama Hikvision India Managing Director and CEO Ashish P Dhakan said: “Through the ‘Secure Campuses’ program, we hope to create maximum security awareness among the young students.”
He further said that the company has a CSR vision of providing security solutions, thereby building a secured society and a safe nation.
In the past, Prama Hikvision India has taken several CSR initiatives for hospitals, charitable trusts and education institutes.
“This year, we decided to secure the higher education institutes in Rajasthan by offering a substantial number of Video Surveillance Systems on non-quid-pro-quo basis to the institutes,” Dhakan said.
The company had discussed its CSR plans with stakeholders of various states. “We were highly impressed by the Rajasthan government’s quick response and their willingness to secure the higher education institutions in the state,” he added.