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1) ACC Ltd

Industry Category Cement


Products / Services Cement
No. of employees 9200
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 8597 Crores
-Profit before tax Rs. 1737 Crores
-Net profit after tax Rs. 1213 Crores
-CSR Budget
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR -
CSR Areas 1. Community Welfare
2. Disaster Relief
3. Education
4. Employee Welfare
5. Energy
6. Environment
7. Healthcare
8. Rural Development
9. Sports
10. Vocational Training
Main CSR Activities 1. Environment
2. Community development
3. Healhcare

CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 3/5, 3/5, 3/5

Corporate social responsibility continued to be actively pursued during the year. The
involvements in communities around the manufacturing sites undertake a structured
approach, commencing with an assessment of their needs. The Company supported important
national issues like the fight against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and leprosy.

2) Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.


Industry Category Textiles
Products / Services 1. Garments
2. Viscose Filament Rayon Yarn
3. Carbon Black
No. of employees
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 4818 Crores
-Profit before tax Rs. 162Crores
-Net profit after tax Rs. 137 Crores
-CSR Budget
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR The Aditya Birla Centre for Community
Initiatives and Rural Development
CSR Areas 1. Children
2. Community Welfare
3. Disaster Relief
4. Education
5. Environment
6. Girl Child
7. Healthcare
8. Rural Development
9. Vocational Training
10. Water
11. Women

Main CSR Activities 1. Community Welfare


2. Rural Development
3. Poverty Eradication
CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 0/5, 2/5, 3/5

Health Care:
Reached out to thousands of villagers at the rural medical camps organised for general health
check-ups. Those afflicted with serious ailments were taken to the Company’s hospitals for
treatment.At the eye camps conducted, 5,557 villagers were examined and treated, of these
948 underwent cataract surgeries and 284 people were provided with spectacles for better
sight. In a special drive to treat skin ailments, 248 people were treated at Veraval, 269 people
with skin diseases and 182 physically challenged people were treated and rehabilitated at
Jagdishpur.More than 3,600 truck drivers, helpers and migrant workers attended programmes
organised on HIV/AIDS awareness.Over 30,000 villagers benefited from the special camps
organised at Veraval, Renukoot, Gummidipoondi and Rishra to treat patients suffering from
dental problems, tuberculosis, spine and osteoporosis and other specific health related issues.

Mother and Child Care:


They administered 33.2 million polio doses to children at Jagdishpur, Gummidipoondi,
Veraval, Halol and Renukoot.More than 1,800 couples have taken to planned families as a
result of intensive efforts to promote responsible parenting.At Rishra, 167 children and
mothers were given the Hepatitis vaccines, and typhoid vaccines were administered to 105
children.

Education:
To encourage the spirit of excellence, 1,424 children from our adopted rural schools were
awarded scholarships.Adult Education Centres at Renukoot, Veraval and Gummidipoondi
continue to provide informal education to adults as well as school dropouts to resume
mainstream education.The Aditya Birla Primary School, run by Hi Tech Carbon Renukoot,
helps provide education to underprivileged children.With a special focus on girl child
education, several of our units are supporting Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBV)
residential schools for girls.The talent search and recognition programme organised by Indo
Gulf drew 1,385 students from different schools.Indian Rayon, Veraval’s support to rural
balwadis, and teaching aids to schools has benefited 690 children.

Self Help Groups and Income Generation:


The linkage of 344 women through Self Helps Groups (SHGs) this year, empowering them
financially and socially. Today there are 400 SHGs. Most of these groups have linkages with
the economic schemes of NABARD and the District Industries Centre which encourage
employment generation activities.The 406 Self Help Groups (SHGs) at Indo Gulf are
enabling the empowerment of 2,703 women through skills training and income generation.
Of these, 92 SHGs are engaged in small scale business projects worth Rs. 244.65 lakhs.

Infrastructure Development:
One of our model villages at Gummidipoondi has been honoured with the ‘Nirmal Gram
Puraskar Award’ for 2008-09 in recognition of its efforts in improving sanitation.At Hi Tech
Carbon, Renukoot, ponds and check dams were constructed benefiting 900 villagers. As part
of the water conservation measures rainwater harvesting, farm well recharging and deepening
of wells, is undertaken at several villages.To address the drinking water problem in primary
school villages, Sarasva, Umrala and Vadodara, a hand pump pipeline has been installed
under the Gujarat Water Supply and Sewage Board. Indian Rayon is setting up safe drinking
water projects under the ‘Swajaldhara Yojana’.

Social Welfare:
Through mass widow remarriages and awareness camps on issues such as dowry, old age
pension, addiction problems and divorcee rights they supported more than 1,500 women.
This year, Indo Gulf, in collaboration with Birla Sun Life Insurance, provided insurance
cover of Rs. 1.164 lakhs to the BPL (Below Poverty Line) families, and Rs.1.30 lakhs was
paid as death claims.

3) Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd

Industry Category
Products / Services Hospitals
No. of employees 19088
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 1480 Crores
-Profit before tax Rs. 172Crores
-Net profit after tax Rs. 118 Crores
-CSR Budget
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR
CSR Areas 1. Children
2. Community Welfare
3. Disaster Relief
4. Healthcare
5. Physically Challenged
6. Rural Development
Main CSR Activities 1. Children with Heart Diseases
2. Hearing Impaired
3. Healthcare (e.g. cancer)

CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 3/5, 3/5, 3/5


They have organized periodic awareness programs for the general public, school children
and school teachers where many school children and teachers were benefitted.Conducting
periodical check-up programs for the benefit of children belonging to poor socio economic
backgrounds helped a pool of poor children in addition Providing hearing aids to improve
hearing ability and state-of-the-art medical and surgical aid including micro ear surgeries and
cochlear implants to clear (partially or totally) the hearing disability.They have also tied-up
with other Governmental and Non Governmental organizations to improve public awareness
and to minimize the social abuse to the children suffering from hearing problems.

4) Godrej Consumer Products Ltd.

Industry Category FMCG and Consumer Durables


Products / Services 1. Soaps
2. Cosmetics
3. Detergents
No. of employees
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 1437Crores
-Profit before tax Rs. 209Crores
-Net profit after tax Rs. 173 Crores
-CSR Budget
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR Pirojsha Godrej Foundation
CSR Areas 1. Children
2. Community Welfare
3. Education
4. Employee Welfare
5. Environment
6. Healthcare
7. Rural Development
Main CSR Activities 1. Environment
2. Education and Children
3. Healthcare

CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 2/5 1/5 1/5

25% of the shares of the Godrej Group’s holding company are held in a trust that invests back
in the environment, healthcare and education.. In 1920, Ardeshir Godrej the founder, gave a
donation of 3 lakhs to the Tilak Swaraj Fund – then considered a princely sum - for liquor
prohibition and upliftment of the downtrodden. His gesture of philanthropy grew into the
Godrej corporate policy. AIDS Awareness Employees are urged to take preventive care to
combat AIDS through posters, hand outs, street plays and talks.
Crematorium for animals:
Shocked by the horrifying conditions of the dilapidated incinerator at Bombay Veterinary
College, where Naval Godrej’s pet labrador was cremated, he sponsored the very first electric
crematorium at the Bai Sakarbai Dinshaw Petit Hospital for animals at Parel, the first non-
polluting crematorium of its kind in Asia.

World Wide Fund (WWF) for animals:


WWF-India began as a modest, wild-life conservation organisation. Over the years, the
perspective has broadened to encompass conservation of habitats and ecosystems and to lend
support to the management of the country’s protected area network.
Our commitment to global conservation is reflected in our continued association with WWF.

The largest privately managed belt of Mangroves in Mumbai is supported by the Soonabai
Pirojsha Godrej Foundation. This is the first such mangrove area in India to formally adopt
ISO14001 standards for Environment Management Systems. The vast tract of unique
mangrove forests conserved and protected by Godrej in Vikhroli, demonstrates how industry
and nature could well exist in harmony with each other. These Mangroves serve as the second
lung of the city only after Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

The mangrove flora of Pirojshanagar is well diversified. There are 13 species of mangroves
and mangrove associates. The faunal composition – with 206 species of birds, 30 species of
reptiles, 13 species of crabs, 7 species of prawns and 20 species of fish identified so far in the
area - is equally diverse. Mammals like jackals and mongoose have also been spotted many a
times.

Centre propagates various species of mangroves, developing theme parks on medicinal plants
and rare endemic plant species, palms amongst others. Every year, around 10,000 visitors
learn about bio-diversity in mangroves, its importance and threats for its survival through
nature trails, slide shows, film shows, awareness campaigns, visits to Mangrove
Interpretation Centre and articles in newsletters.

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)


In Association with India’s largest conservation NGO, WWF-India, starting with the late
Mr. S. P. Godrej, who was its founder Trustee and President to Jamshyd Godrej who is
currently the President of WWF-India and the Vice President of WWF-International. WWF-
India began as a modest, wild-life conservation organisation. Over the years, the perspective
has broadened to encompass conservation of habitats and ecosystems and to lend support to
the management of the country’s protected area network. Their commitment to global
conservation is reflected in our continued association with WWF.

Godrej pledged to collect funds that would be utilized to provide school children mid-day
meals. The fund was created in three ways. Firstly, a ‘healthy meal’ option was provided in
the canteen menus to the employees. The savings from the reduced use of oil and sugar were
diverted to the central pool of funds for the ‘Table For Two’ initiative. This means that each
time an employee ordered a ‘healthy meal’, the savings contributed to this fund and provided
Godrejites with an even healthier alternative for lunch. Secondly, Godrejites voluntarily
contributed a fixed monthly amount to the fund. Thirdly, the contribution from the ‘healthy
meals’ menu was matched by Godrej and effectively combined corporate and employee
participation.

The initiative has been a great success within the first few months of its inception – with a
sizeable fund that is geared to feeding close to 780 school children and providing for
1,56,000 meals annually.

5) GlaxoSmithkline Consumer Healthcare Ltd

Industry Category Foods


Products / Services 1. Malt based food
2. Biscuits
No. of employees 2651
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs.1638 Crores
-Profit before tax Rs. 284Crores
-Net profit after tax Rs. 188 Crores
-CSR Budget
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR
CSR Areas 1. Community Welfare
2. Education
3. Healthcare
4. Rural Development
Main CSR Activities 1. Education
2. Healthcare
3. Community Development

CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 1/5 2/5 2/5


Education:

In order to support the health and education of women and children they involve in
various activities.Proper infrastructure is being provided to local village schools in
addition with organising literacy programmes for underprivileged children.they involve in
facilitating primary, non-formal and remedial education available for children dwelling in
slums and supporting mentally challenged/blind children.
Community welfare:
Organising programmes for health and disease prevention for tribal women and
childrenand by Providing free counseling and therapy to women and children suffering
from Cancer.Projects has also been done with HIV positive women running therapeutic
recreation programmes for persons with HIV/AIDS in rural areas.In order to provide
drinking water bore wells are setup for villagers.Developing the community is enhanced
through providing infrastructure to local police.Vocational training program has been
conducted to help women become truly self sufficient under the community development
scheme. Frequent Hosting and organizing healthcare and eye care programmes are also
conducted.

6) Hindustan Unilever Limited (1933)

Industry Category FMCG & Consumer Durables


Products / Services 1. Soap
2. Detergents
3. Tea
No. of employees 15,000
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales ` 21059 Crores
-Profit before tax ` 3035 Crores
-Net profit after tax ` 2505 Crores
-CSR Budget ` 42.1 Crores
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR -
CSR Areas 1. Community Welfare
2. Disaster Relief
3. Education
4. Employee Welfare
5. Girl Child
6. Healthcare
7. Poverty Eradication
8. Rural Development
9. Vocational Training
10. Water
11. Women
Main CSR Activities 1. Water
2. Healthcare
3. Enhancment of livelihoods
CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 3/5, 3/5, 2/5

Project Shakti is a rural initiative of your Company that targets small villages typically with a
population of less than 5000. It empowers women in rural markets, while contributing well as
a sales channel and is a great example of ‘Doing Well by Doing Good’. The specific
objectives of Shakti are:

Reach new consumers in small rural villages


Develop/grow markets through consumer education programs
Empower women through creation of employment opportunities for them
Build a sustainable business model
Project Shakti benefits the business by significantly enhancing its direct rural reach, and by
helping the Company’s brands to touch the lives of people hitherto untouched.

The sustainability agenda of the company seeks to address issues of Hygiene, Nutrition,
Enhancement of livelihoods, Reduction of greenhouse gases and water footprint. The water
usage has been reduced per tonne by more than 26% in its manufacturing operations since
2004. The Company aims to become water positive across all its operations by 2015. The
energy consumption per unit of production since 2004 has also come down by 34% and has
exceeded the target of 25% reduction in CO2 (Green House gases) in manufacturing
operations per tonne of production against a baseline of 2004. They have also taken a lead in
sustainable agricultural sourcing; 10 Indian tea estates have been provided with the
Rainforest Alliance certification. Handwash programme driven by Lifebuoy and safe
drinking water through the innovation of Pureit have made significant impact in the area of
health and hygiene.

7) ICICI Bank Ltd. (1994)

Industry Category Banking


Products / Services Banking and Financial Services
No. of employees -NA-
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 64153 Crores
-Profit before tax -NA-
-Net profit after tax Rs. 4127 Crores
-CSR Budget Rs. 128.3Crores
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR ICICI Foundation For Inclusive Growth
CSR Areas 1. Children
2. Community Welfare
3. Disaster Relief
4. Education
5. Poverty Eradication
6. Rural Development
Main CSR Activities 1. Rural Development
2. Education
3. Children
CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 3/5, 3/5, 3/5

The Bank's CSR activities have taken three broad strategic directions: CSR through
commercial activities, CSR in partnership with civil society and CSR through ICICI
Foundation for Inclusive Growth.
1. CSR through Commercial Activities
ICICI Bank’s Rural, Micro Banking and Agri Business Group (RMAG) provided
financial services aggregating about Rs.151.00 billion to about 3,000 agri-enterprises,
supporting the employment of significant number of people. It provides credit and
banking services to SMEs active in the agricultural value chain and has enhanced
credit access for farmers.
ICICI Bank’s SHG and micro lending programmes facilitate access to financial
services for low-income households. Through direct credit linkages to SHGs
promoted by Self Help Promoting Institutions, the Bank has provided loans to SHGs.
With a micro lending book of Rs. 25.82 billion, ICICI Bank’s micro lending initiative
reached 2.58 million low-income households.
ICICI Bank has disbursed cattle loans to the tune of 1000 billion benefiting 31,000
farmers.

2. CSR in partnership with civil society


In these partnerships, ICICI Bank seeks to achieve a number of medium-term goals,
which include: Offering its employees and customers high quality philanthropy
products and services.

3. CSR through ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth


IFIG has chosen to collaborate with and foster the development of independent
organisations with focused expertise in five areas: (i) basic health, (ii) elementary
education, (iii) financial inclusion, (iv)civil society organisations (CSOs) and (v)
environmental responsibility.

8) Infosys Technologies Ltd.

Industry Category Software and ITES


Products / Services 1. Computer Software
No. of employees 105453
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 216907 Crores
-Profit before tax Rs. 6907Crores
-Net profit after tax Rs. 5988 Crores
-CSR Budget Rs.20 Crores
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR The Infosys Foundation
CSR Areas 1. Community Welfare
2. Education
3. Healthcare
4. Poverty Eradication
5. Rural Development
6. Art and Culture
Main CSR Activities 1. Social Rehabilitattion and Rural
Upliftment
2. Learning and Education
3. Art and Culture, Healthcare

CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 4/5, 4/5, 4/5

The Infynite Smiles CSR team has been distributing books and stationery to underprivileged
children across Karnataka since 2001. In 2009, the team touched more than 45,000 lives,
including the tribal community. We collected donations amounting to Rs. 10,00,000.

This initiative of the Infosys Affirmative Action Program (IAAP) prepares students for a
career in the Business Process Outsourcing industry which was launched in Orissa in 2007.
Till date, 515 professors have been trained to make learning more focused by combining
traditional teaching methods with modern education. In 2009, 70 professors underwent a 12-
day training program.

Prayaas (Chandigarh DC) has adopted Tanda village to drive social transformation in the
region. A free camp for eye and general medical check up was organized. Medicines and
spectacles prescribed by doctors at the camp were distributed free of cost.

Educare: Sneham, CSR team from Chennai, manages a dedicated intranet portal to help
employees support education of the children of Infosys housekeeping and security staff. In
2009, 1,500 members contributed approximately Rs. 14,00,000 to support more than 370
students.

Infoscions partner with Nethrodaya, an NGO that works with visually challenged children

9) ITC Ltd.

Industry Category
Products / Services 1. Cigarettes
2. Paper and Paperboard
3. Hotels
No. of employees 26000
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 24364 Crores
-Profit before tax Rs. 4985Crores
-Net profit after tax Rs. 3325 Crores
-CSR Budget
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR
CSR Areas
Main CSR Activities

CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009)

Web-enablement of the Indian farmer by ITC helps him access relevant knowledge and
services to enhance farm productivity. Through the e-Choupal initiative, ITC aims to confer
the power of expert knowledge on even the smallest individual farmer. The e-Choupal
initiative also creates a direct marketing channel, eliminating wasteful intermediation and
multiple handling, thus reducing transaction costs and making logistics efficient. The e-
Choupal project is already benefiting over 3.5 million farmers. Over the next decade, the e-
Choupal network will cover over 100,000 villages, representing 1/6th of rural India, and
create more than 10 million e-farmers.

ITC's education support programmes are aimed at overcoming the lack of opportunities
available to the poor. ITC provides students with uniforms, satchels and books. So far, 50,260
children have benefited in 7 states. ITC has financed the establishment of Supplementary
Learning Centres to help poor students cope with their lessons and improve their scholastic
abilities, thereby preventing dropouts. This scheme also benefits educated local youth who
serve as tutors at these centres.

ITC's afforestation project is driven by the realisation that India's poor forest cover - a meagre
11% of the geographical area of the country against a desirable 33% - has serious
implications for the rural poor. Forests and common property resources constitute as much as
20% or more of the total income source of such households. ITC has effectively leveraged its
need for wood fibre to provide significant opportunities to economically backward wasteland
owners.

10) Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.(1979)

Industry Category Iron & Steel


Products / Services 1. Sponge Iron
2. Power
3. Mild Steel
No. of employees -NA-
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales ` 12153 Crores
-Profit before tax ` 3811 Crores
-Net profit after tax ` 3007 Crores
-CSR Budget ` 24.3 Crores
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR -
CSR Areas 1. Community Welfare
2. Education
3. Environment
4. Healthcare
5. Rural Development
Main CSR Activities 1. Education
2. Healthcare
3. Community Welfare
CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 2/5, 2/5, 3/5

CSR strategy includes development of model villages (Adarsh Grams) through Government
and public participation.
I) The Company has:
i) set up Jindal Institute of Technology (JIT) and O. P. Jindal School (10+2) with all modern
facilities at Raigarh
ii) upgraded school infrastructure and distributed books and other educational materials in
schools at Angul and other parts of Orissa, Patratu (Jharkhand) and Raigarh (Chhattisgarh)
iii) established Adult Education Centres in Angul, Patratu & Raigarh and OP Jindal Institute
of Technology and Skills in Angul (Orissa) & Patratu (Jharkhand)
iv) established two coaching centres (English/Maths/Science) at the village level, for students
from the economically weaker sections of society in Patratu (Jharkhand).

II) The Company also supports self help groups for imparting vocational training in tailoring
and embroidery to empower women from the weaker section of the society. The staff,
material cost, and other infrastructure cost are borne by the Company.

III) The Company provides financial support to poor but deserving students, who compete in
national/technical and other professional courses but are unable to pursue their studies due to
their financial condition.

IV) Medical camps are held in villages around the plant which examines patients, provides
medical facilities including surgery. Financial help and free medicines are also provided to
the deserving. Blindness eradication programmes are held and patients are treated for cataract
and other eye ailments.
V) The Company is providing infrastructural facilities for up-gradation of the villages by
undertaking activities such as i) construction of approach roads, ii) construction of water
tanks, iii) construction of drains and iv) repair and deepening of village ponds.

11) Larsen & Toubro Ltd. (1945)

Industry Category Heavy Engineering


Products / Services 1. Construction and project related activity
2. Plant & equipment modules for projects
3. Chemical plant and machinery
No. of employees 37,357
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales ` 41072 Crores
-Profit before tax ` 4360 Crores
-Net profit after tax ` 2935 Crores
-CSR Budget ` 82.1 Crores
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR Larsen & Toubro Public Charitable Trust
CSR Areas 1. Community Welfare
2. Disaster Relief
3. Education
4. Employee Welfare
5. Energy
6. Environment
7. Healthcare
8. Vocational Training
9. Water
10. Women
Main CSR Activities 1. Health
2. Education
3. Vocational Training
CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 3/5, 3/5, 4/5

Health
L&T's participates in building a healthy community through continuing initiatives in several
areas of healthcare, with a focus on mother & child care and HIV/AIDS awareness. All L&T
locations, including construction sites, have in-house AIDS awareness programs. Through
health care centres and regular family camps L&T organizes health checkups, provides
gynaecology and laboratory facilities, carries out free cataract surgeries and intra ocular lens
implants, and helps maintain health data for children. Supply of equipment and aid for
orphanages and physically challenged children, periodic counseling to combat rampant
alcoholism, awareness camps on childcare, reproductive health, sanitation, dental check-up,
provision for safe drinking water, cancer awareness etc. are other healthcare activities that
L&T supports.

Education
L&T's diverse and sustained programmes in education provide underprivileged children with
learning opportunities through supply of educational materials, teaching aids, recreational
tools and up scaling school infrastructure. The vocational training institutes of the Larsen and
Toubro Public Charitable Trust, provide local communities with skill-based training in
Formwork, Masonry, Agro Mechanics, Electricals, Fabrication, Welding and Housekeeping.

Environment
L&T continuously seek newer environment-friendly approaches in all our operations –
energy conservation, exploring alternative sources like wind and solar energy, waste water
reduction, etc. More than 13,500 trees have been planted in different L&T campuses in the
last year, and an additional 4,000 saplings were distributed among local communities.

Response to Natural Calamities


L&T has assisted in disaster relief through employee and corporate donations, employee
volunteering, supply of construction material, medical and food supplies.

L&T encourages employees to volunteer for CSR activities, resulting in a self-driven


approach while retaining consistency.

12) Mahindra& Mahindra (1945)


Industry Category Automobiles
Products / Services 1. Tractors
2. 6-seater Motor vehicles (excluding the
driver)
3. Other motor vehicles for the transport of
persons
No. of employees 16,094
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales ` 26920 Crores
-Profit before tax ` 2254 Crores
-Net profit after tax ` 1404 Crores
-CSR Budget ` 53.8 Crores
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR Mahindra Foundation and the K. C. Mahindra
Education Trust
CSR Areas 1. Disaster Relief
2. Education
3. Employee Welfare
4. Energy
5. Environment
6. Girl Child
7. Healthcare
8. Physically Challenged
9. Vocational Training
Main CSR Activities 1. Environment
2. Education
3. Girl Child
CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 3/5, 3/5, 3/5

The Mahindra Pride School at Chinchwad near Pune, provides livelihood and skills training
to youth from socially disadvantaged communities. The School provides training in four
faculties i.e. Hospitality Craft, Customer Relationship Management, Hardware and
Networking and Call Centre.

Project Nanhi Kali, which supports the education of the disadvantaged girl child, has been the
flagship programme of the K. C. Mahindra Education Trust. The Mahindra Group has
committed to independently support 6,000 girls in urban, rural and tribal parts of India by
providing academic support as well as material support in the form of uniforms, clothes,
school bags, shoes, etc .

During the year, 510 students from 11 centres all over India were awarded the MAITS which
enabled them to pursue job oriented diplomas at a recognised Government Polytechnic in
India. The Scholarship is awarded for a 3 year period. A majority of the scholarship awardees
are girls, as the Trust is keen to empower girls through vocational education.

The devastating Bihar floods saw immediate help from Esops Volunteers of Mahindra along
with local Dealers at Purnea. Immediately after the floods, the Mahindra relief team
systematically distributed food, clothes and other crucial items worth Rs.15 lakhs to over
10,000 affected people through 15 relief camps mainly at Purnea, Madhepura and Araria. In
the second phase, 10,000 blankets weredistributed in Murliganj and Madhepura. Employees
of the entire Mahindra Group gave one day’s salary towards the relief of the Bihar flood
victims and this amount was matched by the Mahindra Group.

The Company has taken steps to reduce green house emissions through workplace air
monitoring, effluent treatment, waste monitoring and volatile organic carbon monitoring.

The Company has taken various initiatives to achieve waste reduction and is committed
towards resource conservation through various water management methods, recycling and re-
use of treated waste water in process, revised water portability monitoring, rainwater
harvesting and recharging within plant premises.

13) Reliance Industries (1974)

Industry Category Petroleum & Petrochemicals


Products / Services 1. Bulk petroleum products
2. Polypropylene (PP)
3. Polyethylene
No. of employees 24679
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 155789 Crores
-Profit before tax Rs. 17869 Crores
-Net profit after tax Rs. 14950 Crores
-CSR Budget 311.6 Crores
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR Dhirubhai Ambani Foundation (DAF) and
Reliance Rural Development Trust (RRDT)
CSR Areas 1.Children
2. Community Welfare
3. Education
4. Healthcare
5. Heritage Conservation
6. Physically Challenged
7. Poverty Eradication
8. Rural Development
9. Vocational Training
10. Water
Main CSR Activities 1. Community Welfare
2. Education
3. Healthcare
CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 2/5, 2/5, 2/5

Education
RIL concentrates mainly in providing education to physically challenged children in and
surroundings of their manufacturing divisions. Project ‘Jagruti’, the project to tackle dyslexia
in Surat, based on the Linda Bell Model for diagnosis of dyslexia. It has also established
‘Early Intervention & Rehabilitation Centre for Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities’ at
Tallerevu to cater the needs of such children.
‘Reliance Dhirubhai Ambani Protsaham’ programme continues to support poor and brilliant
students in pursuing higher studies. They supply notebooks, uniforms, and bags to students
and provided furniture to many schools to enable the children to have a better learning
environment. It also provides ‘vidya volunteers’ for the subjects where there are no regular
class teachers.
‘Education for All’ (Mumbai Indians) initiative is a movement to support efforts to provide
quality education to all children.

Community Health Care


RIL has developed Community Medical Centre (CMC’s) to provide comprehensive health
services covering preventive, promotive curative health care to the communities from
neighbouring villages. They conduct regular health checkups for school in children; donate
wheel- chairs and stretchers to a government-run hospital in Jamnagar.

‘Project Drishti’ (JV- RIL & National Association of Blind) has undertaken over 8,000 free
corneal graft surgeries for visually challenged from underprivileged segment of the society.
The initiative to combat TB, HIV/AIDS' is a unique publicprivate partnership programme
between the Government, NGOs, several agencies and RIL.

Mobile Van Clinics - 'Health-On- Wheels' which are specially designed mobile dispensaries
equipped with a doctor accompanied by a nurse, move to neighbouring villages on a
scheduled basis all through the week.
Rural Infrastructure Development
RRDT ( Gokul Gram Yojana) undertook development of 1,390 village infrastructure facilities
in 1,243 villages of 166 talukas across all 25 districts of the state of Gujarat.

Livelihood Support Programmes


RIL sponsored Self-Help Groups (SHGs) continue to empower women and youth from the
underpriviledged segment through various employment oriented training and skill
development programmes. These include dress making, health care, helpers for hospitals,
nursing, jewellery making, mobile phone repairing, electrician training, bamboo article
making, light motor vehicle driving training etc.

14) State Bank of India (1955)

Industry Category Banking


Products / Services Banking and Financial Services
No. of employees 205896
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 76479 Crores
-Profit before tax -NA-
-Net profit after tax Rs. 9121 Crores
-CSR Budget Rs. 153 Crores
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR -
CSR Areas 1. Community Welfare
2. Education
3. Employee Welfare
4. Physically Challenged
5. Poverty Eradication
6. Rural Development
7. Women
Main CSR Activities 1. Community welfare
2. Adoption of Girl Child
3. Poverty Eradication
CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 0/5, 2/5, 3/5

In the financial year 2008-09, the Bank sanctioned donations amounting to Rs.8.76 crores to
various NGOs/Trusts/Societies for their projects with social orientation and also to Relief
Funds including the Bihar Flood tragedy.
Under a novel scheme of Adoption of Girl Children designed by the SBI Ladies Club, over
15,300 poor and destitute girl children were adopted by various branches throughout the
country to meet their education expenses. The Club members also personally mentor the
children adopted.
The Bank is the market leader in SHG-Bank credit linkage programme having credit linked
so far 13.73 lakh SHGs and disbursed loans to the extent of Rs. 8,050 crores.
It has employed 1767 physically challenged persons as per the guidelines of the Government
of India and Section 33 of the PWD Act, 1995.
15) Steel Authority of India (1954)

Industry Category Iron & Steel


Products / Services 1. Structural steel
2. Flat steel products: Coils
3. Sheets & Plates
No. of employees 1,21,295
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales ` 46249 Crores
-Profit before tax ` 9403 Crores
-Net profit after tax ` 6175 Crores
-CSR Budget ` 92.5 Crores
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR -NA-
CSR Areas 1. Community Welfare
2. Disaster Relief
3. Education
4. Environment
5. Healthcare
6. Heritage Conservation
7. Rural Development
8. Sports
9. Water
Main CSR Activities 1. Community Welfare
2. Rural development
3. Sports
CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 2/5, 2/5, 2/5

SAIL has taken effective measures in the field of environment conservation, health and
medical care, education, women’s upliftment, providing potable drinking water and ancillary
development. By systematically addressing a gamut of issues such as health and medical
welfare, education, access to water, sanitation, power and roads, women's empowerment,
generation of employment, electricity, sports, culture, etc., at each of its plants and units,
SAIL has contributed immensely to the economic development of its peripheral areas.

By partnering creatively with small, local entrepreneurs, NGOs, state government and the
centre, SAIL has ensured that the benefits arising out of its activities actually reach the
grassroots level and not merely remain on paper. Under Peripheral Development various
activities are being undertaken around the plants/units upto a radius of 16 kms. Several socio-
economic surveys reveal considerable benefits emanating from SAIL’s efforts. Programmes
are undertaken by each plant in close coordination with the State and District administrations
as well as the local Panchayats, social organisations and people's representatives. All
plants/units are making special efforts to initiate new projects in the area of road connectivity,
construction of bridges/culverts, access to improved water sources, etc.

16) Tata Chemicals Ltd.

Industry Category Chemicals


Products / Services 1. Urea
2. Soda Ash
3. Diammonium Phosphate
No. of employees 4992
Financial result for time period- April 2008 - March 2009
-Sales Rs. 8550 Crores
-Profit before tax Rs. 660Crores
-Net profit after tax Rs. 452 Crores
-CSR Budget
CSR Activities
Trust/ Foundation for CSR Tata Chemicals Society for Rural
Development (TCSRD)
CSR Areas 1. Children
2. Community Welfare
3. Education
4. Energy
5. Environment
6. Healthcare
7. Poverty Eradication
8. Rural Development
9. Water
10. Women
Main CSR Activities 1. Environment
2. Energy
3. Community Welfare

CSR Rating (2007/2008/2009) 4/5 3/5 2/5

The company has taken technology to rural India by setting up rural BPO centres that provide
new age employment opportunities to the non-urban population. Another inclusive growth
model is the Tata Kisan Sansar network that encourages rural entrepreneurship, capability
building and co-creating value with farmers.

At Mithapur, the vast acres of salt pans are nurtured as a nesting habitat for thousands of
migratory birds, making it a birdwatcher's paradise in the winter months. The waters of the
Gulf of Kutchch are an acknowledged marine sanctuary where the company funds
conservation projects focused on the endangered whale shark, marine turtles, mangrove
habitats and the coral reefs of the Gujarat coastline

Tata Chemicals has opted for reverse osmosis technology at its Mithapur plant. The Babrala
plant is a benchmark in low water consumption figures. Haldia has put up a condensate
recovery system. All three plants have instituted measures to recycle and reuse waste water,
harvest rain water, and reduce consumption.

Stringent solid and hazardous waste management processes are also followed at all plants.

Local handicrafts have been given a boost through a branding exercise; the `Okhai' initiative
will market rural handicrafts and garments in retail stores and on the internet. In Babrala a
programme to foster the local Karjobi embroidery has also shown significant impact. At
Haldia, ponds are an integral part of the local ecology; TCL has taken up several programmes
that foster better pond management techniques.

The company has invested in developing alternative and more environment-friendly biofuels
such as bioethanol from sweet sorghum crops, and biodiesel from jatropha. The company
uses renewable sources of energy where possible: solar energy to produce salt for its soda ash
plant, biomass fuel for hot air generators.