Brahma Kumaris Global Hospital Honored with “Rajasthan Energy Conservation Award 2018”


Mount Abu: The Global Hospital and Research Center (GHRC), Mount Abu, has been honored with the “Rajasthan Energy Conservation Award 2018” at the award distribution ceremony held on the occasion of National Energy Conservation Day by the Energy Department of the Government of Rajasthan, at Indralok Auditorium, Jaipur. This prestigious award has been received by BK Kedar, Energy Auditor of GHRC BKENCON (Brahma Kumaris Energy Conservation) Project, on behalf of GHRC in the gracious presence of Sanjay Malhotra, Principal Secretary of Energy in the Government of Rajasthan, and RG Gupta, Chairman and Managing Director of the Discoms.

On this occasion, Dr. Partap Midha, Medical Director of GHRC, congratulated the staff of Global Hospital and said that they will maintain its continuity in Renewable Energy-based products and services, by giving importance to the conservation of energy for social and economical development of rural masses.

The objective of the energy conservation award plan is to give special state-level recognition for the conscious and systematic efforts put in by the industries/establishments/individuals for efficient utilisation and measurable conservation of energy during the years 2017-18.

The J Watumull Global Hospital and Research Centre (GHRC or Global Hospital, for short) was commissioned in October 1991.  A hospital in the green hilly Mount Abu, it helps to meet the emergency health needs of the millions of people visiting the hill town. Global Hospital stands out from other hospitals, as it is committed to deliver healthcare to all, irrespective of the patient’s economic or social standing. GHRC had been given this award by RRECL, Ministry of Energy, Government of Rajasthan for its efficient energy management practices.

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