All these campers were all out disciplined and they overwhelmingly enjoyed thenature. The escorts and the guides from the concerned institutions were remarkablyhappy seeing the changes of these campers at the end of this five days camp. At theclosing day the campers, their guides and escorts performed cultural programmesat the Campfire Ceremony.RoorkeeSchool for the Deaf RoorkeeSchool for the Deaf is the first school for the deaf in India located on thecampus of a hi-tech institute. IIT Roorkee and managed by its faculty and experts.The school has an excellent tam of highly qualified, trained and dedicated teachers.Some of whom have been trained in the best of the training institutes in India andabroad. The school for theDeaf is run and managed by IIT Roorkee. Mostly thefaculties members of IIT Roorkee are the members of the management committeeand at the same time are rendering their services voluntarily to run the school as aCommunity Supported. Model wherein donations from individuals andorganizations in both cash and kind mainly to meet the expanses of the school.ONGC impressed and inspired by the voluntary services of the faculty membersdecided to support this noble initiative of IIT Roorkee by extending a grant. Theschool is trying to educate and trained the deaf children of Roorkee and severalother villages / town around Roorkee. They are trying to train them in all theindependent living skills which they require to lead a normal health life. Theschool undertakes the following activities for the deaf:? Modern equipment scientific approach . OHP, LCDprojector, computers,internet, TV/VCR, camera and associated software? Speech therapy in addition to the normal speech and auditory trainingequipment, the school also has the latest computer aided speechdevelopment system.? Vocational training . along with academic education the school students getvocational training in the areas of typing, work processing, reprography, artsand craft, photography, gardening cooking and catering, carpentry, screen printing and tailoring etc.? Research based model . students and faculty of IIT actively undertake R&D activities for the benefit of the deaf children such as development of assistive devices educational technology, teaching aids and software etc.ONGC extended the support to create the infrastructure for a more usefullearning environment on scientific lines like installation of moderncomputers and accessories with the requisite software. Corporate social responsibility (ONGC)2010JKBUSINESS SCHOOL GURGAON Page 58Educational Programme with Kashmiri Migrant ChildrenIn Migrant CampsKashmiri migrants are living in different camps for the last 16 years in Jammu andUdhampur in (J&K) and other parts of the country. They were forced to flee their ancestral homes and hearths leaving behind everything because of the terrorism inKashmiri valley.As a result these are compelled to live in claustrophobic ambience of campswithout being able of enjoy the basic rights and carefree childhood. Some of thesechildren have lost their parents to the bullets of terrorists.In this context an organization called Socio-Service Art Group approached ONGCfor conducting programmes on educational, developmental and rehabilitativenature for the Kashmiri migrant children and youths. ONGC readily agreed tosupport the programme to wipe off the socio-economic deprivation andvulnerability of these children because of the tragic phenomenon known as.Migration.. It was proposed to hold 4 educational workshops in four differentcamps of 15 days duration each benefiting around 800 Kashmiri migrant childrenand youth. The programme included: educational dramatic/performing games;Interaction with musicians;Drawing. Post the workshop it was found that thechildren were a lot less stressful, showcase their talent and connected with their nostalgic moments.India CorruptionStudy 2007 ONGC has supported a project by Transparency International India, NewDelhi,titled .India Corruption Study 2007, which has covered all 31 states and unionterritories and the focus has been on rural India.The aim of this study is to sensitize the people of India against all pervasivecorruption faced on day to day basis by the common man and recognize the goodwork being done in particular department/states where corruption levels havedecreased and to share those success stories with other departments. ONGC wasthe first to incorporate the integrity pact which is now being followed by other PSUs. This augurs well for the country and its image in the world community,apart from impacting positively on the bottom lines of the concern PSUs. Thereport is expected to be out shortly.