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Mphasis Ltd

perm_identityDeepa Nagar

roomBagmane Laurel 1st Floor, Tower A Bagmane Tech Park , C V Raman Nagar , Bengaluru, Karnataka - 560093



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CSR Estimated budget ₹122,100,000


Mphasis is a leading IT solutions provider, offering Applications, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Infrastructure services globally through a combination of technology knowhow, domain and process expertise.

Mphasis Limited (then, Mphasis BFL Limited) was formed in June 2000 after the merger of the US-based IT consulting company Mphasis Corporation (founded in 1998) and the Indian IT services company BFL Software Limited (founded in 1993).

Over the years we have left an indelible impression in the IT solutions domain with an impressive clientele and an extensive global presence. The accolades we have been garnering can be attributed to our undeterred focus in delivering quality solutions across verticals that meet the challenging requirements of our esteemed customers. Our integrated solutions offering is aimed at creating value for our customers, helping them in improving their business processes with minimum hassles and capital outlays. The perfect blend of technical excellence, business performance monitoring, business intelligence and customer experience management is what makes us endearing to our clients.


  • 1 - Project Inclusiveness of Persons with Disabilities into Mainstream Society - Nannagu Shale (A School for Me Too)
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    • Nannagu Shaale" where all belong! : (Multi-stake-holder model project on Inclusive Education supported by Mphasis) works in three rural districts of North Karnataka, 7 semi urban talukas and urban slums in Bangalore. It is the aim of "Nannagu Shaale" to enable children with disability to make significant transition from segregated to inclusive education, thereby facilitating the empowerment of the disabled and enabling their integration into mainstream society.This project is built on a multi-stake holder model approach involving all segments of society and working in close association with the government to address the larger issue of education for all children with disabilities. 

      This project works in 24 units of North Karnataka and semi urban Bangalore addressing children with disabilities and the communities they live in. 

      In the last 3 years, this Program has received recognition from SSA (Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan) of Government of Karnataka. It has changed the trajectory of over 3600 children with disabilities who have been enrolled in regular government schools. 
    • Aalamba Program