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Sage Corporate Social Responsibility

At Sage, we believe that engaged scholarship lies at the heart of a healthy society and that education is intrinsically valuable. Our primary mission is to disseminate teaching and research content globally. Our approach is built on fostering long-term relationships, focusing on our markets, and combining quality with innovation.

Our Commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): We are committed to fostering the sustainable and responsible development of our society. While our primary mission is expanding educational opportunities, our commitment to sustainability is founded on the principles of ethical conduct. We strive to support initiatives that nurture and promote education and culture, with a focus on five key areas: education, environment sustainability, gender equality, social empowerment & others.

View Sage - CSR Policy



Sakshi is an NGO dedicated to working for the physical, educational and social advancement
of the needy and economically backward sections of the society. The foundation focuses on
the objective of ensuring the survival & protection of underprivileged children by providing them with elementary/remedial education and helping them secure admissions to
government schools.
Sage, in collaboration with Sakshi, operates, runs and manages a learning centre by the name Sage Saathi. The center, located in Gurugram, aims to help marginalized children, in and around the center, with their right to education. Sage Saathi has around 170 children and 3 full-time teachers on board. The center offers mid-day meals for children, conducts mid-line assessments and arranges health check-ups.

Under this initiative, the school caters to children from the age group of three to fourteen years, aiming to inculcate skills that help children find their footing in the world and lead an equal opportunity life through the following programmes:

  • Early Childhood Care & Development: focuses on young children (of day labourers), below the age of six years, by attending to their health, nutrition, education, and social development. 

  • Non-Formal Education: helps students catch up on the studies they missed and also secures admissions for children in mainstream schools.

  • Remedial Education: helps children stay in school and blossom, who are otherwise on the verge of dropping out due to bad grades resulting not from incapability, but from inadequate school and parental support.