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Project Report on

Corporate Social Responsibility


at
TATA POWER

Submitted To: Submitted By:


Dr. Rajul Singh Neha Sarin
PGDM 09-11
Sec-B
FT-09-783
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I would like to thank to Dr. Rajul Singh, without whom my project would
not have been possible. I express my gratitude to her for imparting quality
knowledge in subject of Corporate Social Responsibility. I thank my
college, IILM GSM for having given me this opportunity to put to practice,
the theoretical knowledge that I have imbibed in myself from the
program.

I take this opportunity to thank my parents and friends who have been
with me and offered emotional strength and moral support. I would also
like to thank my batch mates and friends for their support and help.

At last, I would like to thank the almighty God for his blessings.
Table of Contents

About Tata Power..................................................................................................4


CSR Action Plan @ Tata Power...............................................................................5
Integrating CSR with VMV......................................................................................5
VISION................................................................................................................5
MISSION..............................................................................................................5
VALUES...............................................................................................................5
CSR Mission & Approach........................................................................................6
Mission................................................................................................................6
Approach............................................................................................................6
Corporate Sustainability/Community Development Policy.....................................6
Identification of Key Communities.........................................................................7
Key Communities................................................................................................7
Thrust Areas For CSR..........................................................................................8
Energy...................................................................................................................8
Other Areas...........................................................................................................9
Partnering with Govt./NGO’s/Community for Sustainability.................................10
Resettlement & Rehabilitation.............................................................................10
Volunteering Policy..............................................................................................10
Volunteer Activity & Schemes.............................................................................11
Key Impacting Drivers for CSR Initiatives............................................................11
Glimpses of the Events........................................................................................12

Glimpses of the Events

About Tata Power


Lighting up Lives!
Recognised as India’s largest private sector power utility, with a reputation for
trustworthiness, built up over nearly nine decades, Tata Power surges ahead into
yet another year with plans of sustained growth, greater value to consumer and
reliable power supply.
Led by a powerful vision, Tata Power pioneered the generation of electricity in
India. It has now successfully served the Mumbai consumers for over ninety
years and has spread its footprints across the nation. Today, it is the country’s
largest private player in the sector. Apart from Mumbai and Delhi, the company
has generation capacities in Jojobera, Jharkhand and Karnataka.
Tata Power has an installed power generation capacity of about 3000 Mega
Watts, with the Mumbai power business, which has a unique mix of Thermal and
Hydro Power, generated at the Thermal Power Station, Trombay, and the Hydro
Electric Power Stations at Bhira, Bhivpuri and Khopoli, accounting for 1797 MW.
Its diverse generation capability facilitates the company in producing low cost
energy, thereby giving its consumers a greater value for money.
Among its many achievements that Tata Power can proudly boast of are the
installation and commissioning of India’s first 500 MW unit (at its Thermal Power
Generating Station, Trombay) the 150 MW Pumped Storage Unit at its Hydro
Generating Station, Bhira, and environmental control systems like the Flue Gas
Desulphurisation plant.
Tata Power has a first of its kind joint venture with Power Grid Corporation of
India for the 1200 km Tala Transmission Project.
CSR Action Plan @ Tata Power

Integrating CSR with VMV

VISION - To be the most admired Integrated Power & Energy Company


delivering sustainable value to all stakeholders

MISSION - To become the most admired company delivering


sustainable value by:

• Providing world class power and energy solutions that exceed


customer expectations

• Innovating and deploying cutting edge eco-friendly technologies

• Capitalizing on global opportunities and exploring synergy in


entire value chain

• Empowering our employees and creating an environment for them


to perform at their highest potential

• Caring for the safety, environment and well-being of employees


and the communities

• Ensuring profitable growth and enhancing value to stakeholders

VALUES - Integrity, Agility, Respect for People, Collaboration,


Empowerment, Trust

CSR Mission & Approach


Mission
• To provide path breaking sustainable solutions to improve quality of life of
our communities in a proactive and sensitive manner

Approach
Committed to

• Focusing on Energy-related programmes

• Environment enrichment

• Community services

• Conservation of ecological systems

• Sustainable development

Corporate Sustainability/Community Development Policy

At Tata Power, Sustainability Policy integrates economic progress, social


responsibility and environmental concerns with the objective of improving
quality of life. We believe in integrating our business values and operations to
meet the expectations of our customers, employees, partners, investors,
communities and public at large.

• uphold values of honesty, partnership and fairness in our relationship with


stakeholders

• provide & maintain a clean, healthy and safe working environment for
employees, customers and the community

• strive to consistently enhance our value proposition to the customers and


adhere to our promised standards of service delivery

• respect the universal declaration of human rights, International Labour


Organizations's fundamental conventions on core labour standards and
operate as an equal opportunities employer

• encourage and support our partners to adopt responsible business


policies, Business Ethics and our Code of Conduct Standards

They will continue to serve our communities by:-


• By implementing sustainable community development programmes
including through public/private partnerships in and around its areas of
operations

• By constantly protecting ecology, maintaining and renewing bio-diversity


and wherever necessary conserving and protecting wild life, particularly
endangered species

• By encouraging our employees to serve communities by volunteering and


by sharing their skills and expertise

• By striving to deploy sustainable technologies and processes in all our


operations and use scarce natural resources efficiently in our facilities

They also help communities that are affected by natural calamities or


untoward incidence, or that are physically challenged in line with Tata
Group's efforts

Identification of Key Communities

Key Communities
Communities in and around the current and prospective areas of
operations of TATA Power in Mumbai License Area, Hydro Divisions,
Jojobera, Belgaum and Projects at various locations

Thrust Areas for CSR

Energy

Other Areas
Partnering with Govt./NGO’s/Community for
Sustainability
• Relook/Revise/Align the existing CSRR schemes by partnering with
Govt./NGO’s/Other enabling agencies in line with sustainable efforts in
thrust areas

• Identify schemes launched by Govt./NGO’s/Other enabling agencies in our


thrust areas

• Partner with Govt./Communities to create sustainable activities relevant to


the needs of the communities

• In case of no such available schemes, we will develop a self-reliant


initiatives for communities in line with needs

Resettlement & Rehabilitation


• Providing employment to deserving people in local community, as per HR
policy

• Helping in areas of health & education

• Helping in income creation by providing vocational training thereby


improving employability of the community

• Helping to create entrepreneurship opportunities

• Supporting various community programs by local citizens

• Helping in cultural & sports development


Volunteering Policy

Tata Power is committed to create a culture of volunteering by


encouraging, engaging and recognizing employees’ contributions in terms
of their time and talents towards improving the quality of life of the people
in and around its areas of operation.

Volunteer Activity & Schemes

Non-Monetary Recognition
Highlighting
systemSignificant Organize
Achievement
Communication
Training for employees
of Calendar of activities we

Key Impacting Drivers for CSR Initiatives

Glimpses of the Events


Keeping the above in view Tata Power conducted various programmes to contribute to the
society and a few of them are:-
1. Programme in association with Rotary club of North Island at the Kanya Vidya
Mandir school, Santacruz
In the two sessions which were held, 950 students .A brief idea about Tata Power was given
and a leaflet on Tata Power was distributed to the students.
2. Programme in association with Rotary club of Mumbai North Island at Utpal
Sanghvi International School
This programme was attended by around 650 students. This CSR team was guided by.
Mr. A.Thamankar gave a talk on Trombay power plant and Mr. Shibu George on Energy
Conservation followed by a power point presentation on 'Save Energy' , a film on" The
Power of Future" and CSR activities within Tata Power. A live demonstration on saving
energy was also presented by Mr.Prasanna Patharkar followed by Question and Answer
sessions which were very effective.
3. Programme at S S Mahavidyalaya
This programme was attended by 100 students and 3 teachers. Mr Prassanna Patharkar gave
the talk on Energy conservation and also spoke about the importance of Electrical Safety in
our daily life. A Demonstration on saving Energy as well as Safety in handling electrical
equipments/gadgets was also given.
4. Horticulture Training Course
A Horticulture Training Course was conducted from 15th to 19th Oct at the Horticulture
Training Centre at Talegaon. 24 girl students from 12 villages were identified and selected
from our key communities.
5. Eye Check-up camp
An Eye Check-up camp was held on 28th Sept 2007 at the Dharavi Municipal School. The
number of students examined was 157. A follow-up of 24 children needing further
investigations will be followed up with the Bombay City Eye Institute and Research Centre
and spectacles required by 15 children will be provided to them free of cost.
All this led to Tata Power bagging the BCCI 'Good Corporate Citizen Award
2001-2002'
& many more awards.

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