Corporate Social Responsibility

We have always been socially responsible ever since the beginning of the establishment not only complying with the rules of law, norms and expectations of society but we are also very concerned about issues of stakeholders’ and environmental impacts. Parents, employees, the local community, vendors and the government agencies are our key stakeholders. We are aware that we cannot grow economically and physically unless their concerns are accommodated into the day-to-day operations of the institution. Parents and students' concerns towards quality in education are at the heart of our strategy. We are committed to meet the expectations of parents and students and respond to their concerns.

Employees are a key to the success of an institution. We understand that institutional growth is not possible without their economic and professional growth . Employees are paid a fair salary and facilities given based on their nature of work. We respect human rights in the workplace and employees’ freedom of affiliation with any associations, protect their privacy and support equal employment opportunity. We do not discriminate against any employees based on their gender, religion, caste, ethnicity or political affiliation. We have always been supportive to the development of local community and society at large.

In order to reduce the environmental impacts Rain-water-harvesting has been started, and solar panels installed to help conserve the environment. We have also banned the use of plastic bags and plastic/ polythene packaged items inside the campus and declared it as the POLY BAG FREE ZONE thereby reducing the level of pollution caused to our environment by plastic products and creating awareness.

Earthquake Victims Supported

GEMS Social Club in coordination of with the school management distributed relief materials to the earthquake victims of Ikudol VDC, the south east of Lalitpur district, where no relief materials of any sort had reached till then. The relief materials included 50 tents, 50 mats, 50 sacks of rice, mixed bhujia and packets containing noodles, biscuits, bitten rice, soap, sanitary napkins, medicines, glucose, etc. The school has also distributed 200 mosquito nets to the earthquake victims of local community i.e. Dhapakhel through a ward office. The nets were handed over to Mr. Niren Shrestha, the secretary of Ward No. 23, Lalitpur municipality.

Similarly, GEMS Student Council of higher wing made a separate collection, and donated to the victims through Nepal Army Wife's Association.