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PUTTING PRINCIPLES

INTO PRACTICE

C004 Vineet Agarwal


C006 Jerry Alex
C008 Charles David Antony Arul Raj
C010 Hardik Baranth
C015 Rishika Bothra
C049 Shruti Menon
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Tata Steel: A Pioneering Enterprise

Tata Steel, a subsidiary of the Tata Group


was established in 1907

Founded in the vision of Jamsetji Tata, a


true nationalist

Corporate Social Responsibility in Indian


industry traces its roots from him.

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Jamsetji Tata: A Visionary Ahead of His Times

Laid foundation of Indian industrialization

Laid foundation for scientific development


in India

Set up J N Tata Endowment for Education

In 1902 advised that modern civic amenities


to be provided for workers when steel plant
was still being constructed.

Undertook affirmative action not mere


charity
In a free enterprise, the community
is not just another stakeholder in
business, but is, in fact, the very
purpose of its existence.
J N Tata
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A Vision Translates Into Tradition

Let industry established in the countryside adopt the villages


in its neighborhood; ...it is also clearly in the interests of industry
that surrounding areas should be healthy, prosperous and
peaceful.
J R D Tata, Chairman, Tata Group 1938- 1993

I do believe that we, in the Tata Group, have held a view and
sense of purpose that our companies are not in existence just to
run our business and to make profit but that we are responsible
and good corporate citizens over and above our normal
operations
Ratan N Tata, Chairman, Tata Group

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Tata Steel: CSR Policy

Tata Steel believes that the


primary purpose of a business is to
improve the quality of life of people.
Tata Steel will volunteer its
resources, to the extent that it can
reasonably afford, to sustain and
improve a healthy and prosperous
environment and to improve the
quality of life of the people of the
areas in which it operates.

People
Employees Planet
(Community)
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Employee Relations

Pioneer in ensuring just and


fair workplace

26,348 employed in SC/ST


Category

Safety Excellence Journey

Suraksha Scheme

Upholds UN declaration of
Human Rights

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People

Livelihood

System of Rice Intensification (SRI)


Navajeeven Cooperative Ltd
Encourage tribal women to
leverage art

Employability

Prerna , RDTT, ITI Tamar


Samarth Skill Development Center
Nursing Training for tribal girls

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People

Health care facilities open to employees and


non-employees

MANSI and RISHTA

Hospital on wheels

HIV Awareness AIDS core group ,


TSRDS

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People

Jamshedpur is a Centre for excellence in


education

Commitment to rural and tribal


children

Financial aid and infrastructure

Jyoti Fellowship

eDUCATION

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People

Displacement and
Post Displacement Settlement

Tata Steel Parivar


Alternative livelihood through
Navajeeven
Residential schools in rehabilitation
centers

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Planet

Conserving Nature for Future Generations

Founder member of UN Global Compact

Guiding Principles of Environmental


sustainability

PRINCIPLE 7:
Business should support a precautionary
approach to environmental challenges
PRINCIPLE 8:
Business should undertake initiatives to
promote greater environmental responsibility

Energy efficiency and abatement of GHG


Waste Management
Water sustainability
Pollution Control
Responsible Mining
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Monitoring, Execution & Measurement

Tata Steel has spent 3.31% of


its PAT on CSR activities in
2013- 14.

Tata steel has set up an


executive board committee
with 13 directors of which 7 are
independent.

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Monitoring, Execution & Measurement

Complaint Committees were formed


at 13 locations

In 2005, a Whistle Blower Policy was


formulated

Sessions about HIV/AIDS, sexual


harassment, education, alcohol & drug

Farmers educated about judicious use


of water and increase in productivity

Employee Contact Programme,


connecting the employees and Line and
HR managers

SAMPARK, a intranet service to ensure


smooth complaint mechanisms

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Critical Analysis

Investors in Tata Steel


considered for this report

Sir Ratan Tata Trust Sir Dorabjee Tata Trust

Heavy investments have been made by the


trusts in the areas of :

Rural Livelihood improvement


Improving the health of the local
residents
Water conservation and improvement
in water quality
Improvement in the business
environment in the area
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Critical Analysis

For the Kalinganagar land issue we have mapped the above stakeholders as follows:
Stakeholders Power Legitimacy Urgency
Shareholders Y Y
Consumer Y Y
Employee Y
Suppliers Y Y
Community Y Y Y
Trade union Y Y Y
Banks and Insurers Y Y
Government Y Y
Regulators Y
NGOs Y
Media Y Y
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Critical Analysis

People:

656 core families and 989 extended families of at least


five villages near Gopalpur were displaced in 1996, when
Tata Steel acquired around 2,970 acres of land

In the Kalinganagar Project, police opened fire killing 13


tribals in Kalinga Nagar while land acquisition process was
going on.

employees and contract workers were injured following


an explosion in the LD gas holder inside its factory in
Jamshedpur in 2013

Planet:

irreversible damage to ecology through the dredging


activities carried out at Dhamra Port, Orissa

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We generate wealth for the people. What comes
from the people must, to the extent possible,
therefore get back to the people.
- Bharat Ratna, J R D Tata

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References

http://www.corpwatch.org/article.php?id=13620

http://mset-biospectra.org/studies-on-water-pollution-of-river-subarnarekha-
atdomuhani-jamshedpur-jharkhand-based-on-physico-chemical-properties-of-water.

www.tatasteelindia.com

http://www.scunthorpetelegraph.co.uk/Tata-s-air-pollution-deadline-
extended/story-26231859-detail/story.html#ixzz3j5Sso7Iw

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1130717/jsp/jharkhand/story_17125282.jsp#.VdIA
8LKqqkp

http://www.dorabjitatatrust.org/id/85/Annual%20Report/

http://www.kractivist.org/capitalist-punishment-how-tata-steel-killed-a-city-
jamshedpur%E2%80%AC/

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