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UNICEF has reported that almost 594 million —nearly 50 percent of India’s population — defecates in the open, with the situation particularly acute in impoverished rural areas. A survey carried out by Carolyne Wheeler of the non-governmental organisation WaterAid at Uttar Pradesh, reported that around a third of women have no other option but to relieve themselves after the sun sets — usually accompanied by a friend who keeps watch in case of trouble, in the rural sectors of India.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who won the largest electoral mandate in 30 years, vowed to build a toilet in every home in a nation where half of India’s 1.2 billion people currently defecate in the open, the highest number in the world. With this view The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, launched the “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” on 2nd October 2014. He announced that "Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan" should be approached with a bipartisan spirit of patriotism".

In line with the "Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan", The LBF has identified “Government High School, Junagarh in Kalahandi district of Orissa” to build two separate toilet blocks for girls and boys for a proper hygine environment. Once completed, we will be reaching out to more and more sneh schools in KBK regions of Odhisha. Willing contributors are welcome to join hand with.

Though established in 1946, the school infrastructure lacks proper toilet facilities even today. There are open washrooms in the schools with very unhygienic conditions and are not maintained properly, which might result in contagious or infectious disease among students. Furthermore, there are no water connections and basic amenities in the existing toilets.

The LBF recognized the sanctity of the sanitation issue at the school premises and has proposed construct of two hygienic blocks of washrooms for boys and girls separately with sanitation facilities such as continuous water supply, dustbins, hygienic seal mechanism, adequate space, wash basins, appropriate and cleansing material for use in conventional pit latrines, in the school premises.

In addition, The LBF has also proposes to renovate the existing toilets to make them more hygienic and in usable conditions.




Mr. Shyam Sunder Jal, a daily wage labourer, runs an orphanage, named Jasodha Anath Ashram at Gambhariguda, Kalahandi, Orissa since _____ . At the moment, there are 75 children (50 girls and 25 boys) 9 are infants among them, at the Ashram. At present, due to lack of available funds, the building infrastructure lacks with some basic amenities such as separate wings for girls and boys, washroom facilities, individual beddings, separate room for caretaker, proper storage facilities etc. The LBF identified this Ashram and started supporting it since June 2014. As and when, Director, Dr. Kamal Kumar, visits the Ashram, he meets children and distributes clothes, stationery items, books, medicines etc. among them.

The LBF has acknowledged the requirement of infrastructure and has proposed a plan of constructing new infrastructure with all basic amenities such as separate wings for boys and girls, washroom facilities, storage facilities etc. Furthermore, The LBF is also planning to provide scholarships to these children for their higher education in future.


Corporate Social Responsibilities Activities

Fosters all kinds of CSR activities which are sustainable and having long term benefits. We hope in our faculties and students in CSR activities so that they can improve their understanding of life and become a better ethical citizen and professional.

Our CSR program is based on three point approach


For the first time in Indian hospitality Education, LBIIHM, through its students, conducted various CSR activities during the year 2008 where we tried to address various social concerns and create awareness in society.

Some of our CSR success stories:


Akshar Gyan

LBIIHM had launched “Akshar Gyan Sheme” where our students went to various localities of underprivileged and gave basic education to poor students, who are not registered any school. Two team (3 students in a team) successfully taught more than 30 students for a period of three months.    



Flood Relief Camp

 LBIIHM organized flood relief camp for the victims of floods in states of Bihar and Orissa and collected Rs. 5100/- from local community, which was deposited in the PM National Relief fund. Local community also contributed Clothes and Food items for the fold victims.


Athithi Devo Bhav

 LBIIHM launched a massive awareness compaign to protect the national heritage of Delhi, where two teams went to different heritage sites like Qutub Minar, Jama Maszid, Jantar Mantar etc. and distributed pamphlets to create awareness in society to protect or national monuments. This program was also directed towards encouraging fair treatment to our foreign tourists by our Taxi/Auto drivers and guides to create a positive image of our country.


Blood Donation Camp

 LBIIHM had organized blood donation camp with the joint effort of ROTARY CLUB and collected more than 200 units of blood. During the camp our management, faculties, staff and student all went forward to address the social cause.



Dengue Awareness campaign

 LBIIHM had organized Dengue awareness Campaign where our students went door to door to spread awareness.




Creating Awareness About Traffic Rules

One Team helped Delhi Traffic police in creating awareness about traffic rules at various points during peak traffic hours.




Bhandaras at Kali Temple

 LBIIHM regularly organized Bhandara (Prasad Seven) at kaali Temple on Outer Ring Road, pitampura on the first Saturday of every month for last one year. The objective is to teach students to serve the poor and underprivileged in the society.



Our Motto
Give Back to the Society