Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an important part of SRI® College, and our parent company, Smart Reader Worldwide (EM) Sdn. Bhd. As a global educator, we recognize our responsibility to give back to the world that we all share and we support a variety of projects to help in achieving the college’s CSR mission:


“To positively contribute to the sustainable growth & development of people & communities, at the school, locally, and around the world”


“Go Green” means to peruse knowledge and practices that can lead to more environmentally friendly and ecologically responsible decisions and lifestyles, which can help in protecting the environment and sustain its natural resources for current and future generations. Here at SRI® College, we support the concept and actively promote and organise activities such as recycling, gotong-royong, and college trips in promoting the awareness of environmental changes.


Healthy Breakfast Campaign is a mobile campaign that visits KTM and LRT stations, shopping malls and workplaces across Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan states. During each of our session, our CSR team educates consumers about the importance of breakfast, shows them how to plan a healthy and balanced breakfast, and explains how breakfast can be included in a busy lifestyle. Our CSR team also provides free breakfast packs and drinks to the visitors and pedestrians.


SRI® College’s CSR Team frequently visits community centres, old folks’ homes, orphanages homes and refugee camps to help and serve the residents and conduct various fun-filled activities.


Professional Workshop Series is a monthly educational sponsorship programme that provides life skill, education, child management, language and job skills training to disadvantaged young parents, women and girls in the nation. This life-changing programme provides participants with transferable skills to expand their economic opportunities and healthy lifestyle.


SRI® College’s Free SPM seminar is a programme to help and assist the under privilege secondary school students whom are unable to afford in attending seminars and further study counselling provided by schools or any other companies. In addition, students who attend the seminars will be briefed on further study application guidelines and will be able to take part in a number of sessions where they will be given an outline of the various fields of studies as well as jobs that are in demand.