About Us

CSR

Susheel Jain Temple

Micro Labs Ltd, has been conducting various health camps, health recovery programs, free medical treatment camps and many other educational programs for patients and doctors.

“It is our understanding that through our business we make a worthwhile contribution to the society by introducing new and advanced medicines in the market at affordable prices. Our effort is to establish benevolence and trust in people.” Dilip Surana, CMD, Micro Labs Limited

CSR Initiatives are:

Patient Support Welfare Activities
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    Sponsored the construction of Diabetics care centre at Vasanthnagar and J.P. Nagar, Bangalore.

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    Contributions to the Heart Care Foundations at Jain Hospital, Narayana Hrudhayalaya Charitable Trust, Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology, Bangalore to perform heart surgeries on poor and needy patients.

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    Runs Sri. G. C. Surana eye care project ‘Drushti’ at Bangalore.

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    Rehabilitation centre in Bangalore for mentally challenged children.

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    Patient sponsorship programs for severe ailments like – Cancer, Parkinson, Renal disorders and Mentally challenged children.

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    Contributions to Dental care and research centre, Bangalore, Kidwai Memorial Institute for cancer care, Manipal Foundation for renal patients and Bhagavan Mahaveer trust for renal patients.

Social Welfare Activities
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    Active participation in supporting disaster relief fund – Flood rehabilitation in Karnataka.

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    Sponsored a residential block for Dharmashala at Sri Jain teerth, Ram Deora, Rajasthan.

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    Contributed to the Sindhi foundation Bangalore for Health related activities.

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    Contributed to Narayan Seva Sanstha for social welfare.

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    Formed a trust which runs Susheel Parshwa Dham, a Jain temple in Bangalore.

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    Contributed to Karnataka Marvadi Youth Federation for flood rehabilitation.

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    Contributed to Rotaries Bangalore Brigade trust Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan.

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    Contribution towards social welfare for Jain Mahilamandal and Sevamandal.

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    Formed GDA foundation which runs Surana College and Surana PG centre in Bangalore.

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    Contributed to Baba Saheb Ambedkar Sahata Manavatha Seva Samithy Trust for providing scholarship to the under privileged students.

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    Contribution to various infrastructure needs of hospitals and nursing homes.

Education Forum
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    Sponsorship of scholarship funds for under privileged children.

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    Providing support to education needs (graduation & post graduation) of youth through own college institutions.

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    Providing foundation training and scholarship to the poor and meritorious students.

Other Contributions
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    Constructed a new building for a police station in Chamarajapet, Bangalore and contributed to the police welfare funds.

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    Contributed to the JITO training foundation providing scholarship to the poor and meritorious students.

Surana College- www.suranacollege.edu.in /Surana PG Centre - www.pg.suranacollege.edu.in

ADVICE ABOUT REPORTING

  • Report adverse experiences with medications
  • Report serious adverse reactions. A reaction is serious when the patient outcome is:
    • Death
    • Life-threatening (real risk of dying)
    • Hospitalization (initial or prolonged)
    • Disability (significant, persistent or permanent)
    • Congenital anomaly
    • Required intervention to prevent permanent impairment or damage
  • Report even if:
    • You’re not certain the product caused adverse reaction
    • You don’t have all the details however point nos. 1, 5, 7, 8, 11, 15, 16 & 18 (see reverse) are essentially required.
  • Who can report:
    • Any health care professional (Doctors including Dentists, Nurses and Pharmacists).
  • Where to report:
    • After completing, please return this form to Micro Labs Ltd, Pharmacovigilance Cell
  • What happens to the submitted information:
    • Information provided in this form is handled in strict confidence. PV cell at Micro Labs will carry out causality analysis and the data is statistically analysed and finally submitted to CDSCO.

Confidentiality:

The patient’s identity is held in strict confidence and protected to the fullest extent. Programme staff is not expected to and will not disclose the reporter’s identity in response to a request from the public. Submission of a report does not constitute an admission that medical personnel or manufacturer or the product caused or contributed to the reaction.