Under the first phase, it will be building toilets in 860 schools spread across five districts of Andhra Pradesh, eight in Telangana and two districts of Bihar, the company said in a statement.

The work will finish by middle of the year, it added.
The company, which had committed Rs 100 crore to construct toilets for girls under Prime Minister's flagship 'Swachh Bharat' Mission said it has identified a modular superstructure design and build for the toilet unit.     

For the maintenance of the toilets, it has tied up with non governmental organisations and is also in advanced stages of negotiations with consumer care companies to provide hand wash products and sanitary napkins for personal hygiene and janitorial supplies for toilet cleaning.

TCS was one of the first companies, along with others like Bharti Airtel, Vedanta and L&T, among others, to commit resources for Modi's pet project launched in August last year.

Contributions made by corporates towards Swachh Bharat Kosh and Clean Ganga Fund will be considered as social welfare spending under the new companies law, according to the government.

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