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C.S.R(Corporate Social Responsibility) is a raging concept in the modern world. It is the responsibility of the business houses towards the society. Since they use societys resources they must provide something to the society in return. This is Corporate Social Responsibility of an organisation. Recent trend in India is that the Government has made it mandotary for both Public Sector companies and Private Sector companies to keep aside 2% if their profits for CSR activities. But the companies from both the sectors have gone beyond keeping 2% of profits for C.S.R. CSR is not a new concept in India. Ever since their inception, corporates like the Tata Group, the Aditya Birla Group, and Indian Oil Corporation, to name a few, have been involved in serving the community.Through donations and charity events, many other organizations have been doing their part for the society. The basic objective of CSR in these days is to maximize

the company's overall impact on the society and stakeholders. CSR policies, practices and programs are being comprehensively integrated by a increasing number of companies throughout their business operations and processes. A growing number of corporates feel that CSR is not just another form of indirect expense but is important for protecting the goodwill and reputation, defending attacks and increasing business competitiveness.


1. PEPSICO About Pepsico India PepsiCo entered India in 1989 and has grown to become the country's largest selling food and Beverage Company. One of the largest multinational investors in the country, PepsiCo has established a business which aims to serve the long term dynamic needs of consumers in India. PepsiCo nourishes consumers with a range of products from treats to healthy eats that deliver joy as well as nutrition and always, good taste. PepsiCo India's expansive portfolio includes iconic refreshment beverages Pepsi, 7 UP, Mirinda and Mountain Dew, in addition to low calorie options such as Diet Pepsi,

hydrating and nutritional beverages such as Aquafina drinking water, isotonic sports drinks - Gatorade, Tropicana 100% fruit juices, and juice based drinks - Tropicana Nectars, Tropicana Twister and Slice, non-carbonated beverage and a new innovation Nimbooz by 7Up. Local brands - Lehar Evervess Soda, Dukes Lemonade and Mangola add to the diverse range of brands.

CSR Motto Performance With Purpose articulates PepsiCo India's belief that its businesses are intrinsically connected to the community and world that surrounds it. At PepsiCo, we're committed to 'Performance with Purpose' achieving business and financial success while leaving a positive imprint on society

CSR Politicies 1. Human Sustainability Policies o Quality & Food Safety Programs PepsiCo is dedicated to producing the safest, highestquality and best-tasting beverages and foods in every part of the world. Developing and maintaining robust

food safety programs is how we assure safety for every package, every day in every market. PepsiCo has detailed internal programs and procedures for food safety. Responsible Marketing Teaching children sensible eating habits at an early age is a critical part of their up-bringing. As a major advertiser, we need to do our part to help parents succeed in this task. Our approach has been to join a leading set of other food and beverage companies in agreeing to change what younger children are seeing advertised on TV and in other media, such as magazines and the internet. Importantly, we are doing this in countries around the world where we do business today. Naturally, we cannot prevent children from seeing our advertising, but we can ensure that media channels that are most targeted at children carry advertisements only for certain products. From PepsiCo's perspective, these are products that meet specific nutrition criteria intended to encourage the consumption of healthier foods and beverages. The policy covers our entire product portfolio and is subject to independent compliance monitoring by Accenture. Healthcare Reform PepsiCo values the health and well-being of our associates, partners, customers and consumers. PepsiCo offers a wide range of benefits that encourages wellness, promotes healthy living and gives associates and their families tools and information to make educated healthcare decisions.

2. Environmental Sustainability Policies PepsiCo is committed to being an environmentally responsible corporate citizen. We express that commitment in our Environmental Policy and other policies related to Environmental Compliance and Sustainability, a few of which are described in more detail below. o PepsiCo's Environmental Policy PepsiCo's Environmental Policy applies to all our operations. PepsiCo monitors company-owned operations and joint ventures where we hold a majority share. We encourage our suppliers, service providers, bottlers and other partners to adhere to the policy. o Sustainable Agriculture Policy We have developed and published our Global Sustainable Agriculture Policy, which demonstrates our approach to sustainable development across our entire agriculture supply chain, including water savings, waste reuse, soil protection and chemical use. o Sustainable Packaging Policy We have launched a global sustainable packaging policy and formed a Sustainable Packaging Council (SPC). This multidisciplinary team includes leaders from our R&D, Innovation, Procurement, Sales & Marketing and Public Policy groups. The council's objectives are to develop sustainable packaging strategies, goals, targets and alternative material technologies and to support responsible disposal practices

Core CSR activities

Activities are divided in 4 parts 1. Replenishing Water Conserving the world's most precious asset : Water PepsiCo India has pioneered several major initiatives to Replenish water in communities. Our goal is to conserve, replenish and thus offset the water used in our manufacturing process through community water recharge projects and water conservation projects in agriculture. 2009 was a year of immense joy & pride for PepsiCo India. We were able to give back more water than we consumed, through our various initiatives of recharging, replenishing & reusing water.

2. PepsiCo Solid Waste Management Programme PepsiCo India continues to strengthen its Solid Waste Management initiatives in partnership with Exnora, an environmental NGO. This award winning, income generating partnership provides a clean environment to more than 450000 people across Pammal, Chennai, Nagapattinam, Tenkasi and Cuddalore in Tamil Nadu, Sangareddy in Andhra Pradesh and Panipat, Haryana.

Unique income generating partnership with leading environmental NGO, Exnora, a pioneer in waste management. Community members enjoy the benefits of a clean environment and are educated on how to recycle waste, not just relocate it.

Households segregate their bio-degradable waste from their recyclable waste. Bio-degradable waste is then converted into organic manure through the process of vermi-culture. Programme recycles 97% of household garbage; this project provides livelihood to more than 500 community members. Bio-degradable waste is converted into high quality organic manure through vermi-culture. Recyclable waste such as PET and plastics, waste paper and tetra packs are recycled. Community awareness programme includes door-to-door campaigns and street plays to motivate people to segregate organic and inorganic garbage at source to enable recycling. Every aspect of programme built around Community and Government participation to help programme evolve into a self sustaining model.


The unique PepsiCo-Exnora initiative in Pammal was awarded the environmental Golden Peacock Award for Innovation in 2006. Zero Solid Waste Centre in Pammal was recognized as a model project by UNICEF in 2007. PepsiCo- Exnora Waste to Wealth program won the BSE NASSCOM Social and Corporate Governance Award 2008.

3. Partnership With Farmers

PepsiCo India continues to strengthen its partnerships with farmers across the country to boost their productivity and income. The plan is to strengthen farmer connect from 21,000 in 2009 to 50,000 by 2012. Helping farmers improve yield and income The company's vision is to create a cost-effective, localized agri supply chain for its business by :

Strengthening farmer connect from 21,000 in 2009 to 50,000 by 2012. Building PepsiCo's stature as a development partner by helping farmer grow more and earn more. Introduction of new high yielding varieties of Potato, Oats, Citrus and others. Introduction of sustainable farming methods and contract farming. Making world class agricultural practices available to farmers. Working closely with farmers and state governments to improve agri sustainability, crop diversification and enhance farmer incomes. Helping farmers refine their farming techniques and raise farm productivity. Customized solutions to suit specific geographies and locations. Facilitate financial and insurance services so as to de-risk farming.

High Quality Seed Program

In order to provide its farmers "The best quality potato seeds", PepsiCo collaborated with the Thapar Institute of Technology to develop quality potato mini-tubers. PepsiCo has also made an investment in a world class potato mini-tuber facility at Zahura in Punjab which helps getting robust and disease-free seeds to its contract farmers.

Contract Farming Partner In Progress Model PepsiCo has pioneered the concept of contract farming under which the company transfers agricultural best practices and technology and procures the produce at a pre-agreed price.

A 27-acre research and demonstration farm was set up in Punjab to support the initiative to conduct farm trials of new varieties of potato, chilli, corn, peanut and other crops. PepsiCo India's technical team implemented a high quality seed programme to deliver early generation and disease-free seeds to farmers.

Potato Farming The Impact

World class, top quality, high-yielding potato varieties introduced. High yielding potato seeds have enabled farmers to produce world class potatoes and procure higher returns.

PepsiCo India has partnered with more than 11,000 farmers working across Punjab, U.P., Karnataka, Bihar, West Bengal, Gujarat and Maharashtra for the supply of world class chip-grade potatoes. Partnered with State Bank of India to get soft loans to all its contract farmers to reduce their cost of cultivation and save them from the clutches of money lenders (higher interest rates).

PepsiCo India has also partnered with 1,200 farmers in Rajasthan to cultivate barley in a tie-up with the United Breweries Group.

PepsiCo Citrus Project The PepsiCo and PAGREXCO (Punjab Agri Export Corporation) partnered to start a Citrus Development initiative in 2002, marked a step forward in PepsiCo's commitment to diversification of agriculture and improvement in quality of life for farmers. The Impact

Initiative has emerged as one of the most successful models of public-private partnerships in Indian agri-business and would create a localized supply base for citrus juice for Tropicana business. Project played a significant role in introducing a less water intensive alternative to crops such as paddy. Today, farmers can choose from 16 varieties of rootstock and 34 varieties of citrus, largest collection at a commercial nursery.

Technical support and expertise were extended to the Punjab Government to set up two fruit processing plants in Hoshiarpur and Abohar - prime citrus growing areas in Punjab. Each plant is capable of processing multiple fruits and capable of acting as a catalyst for farmers to adopt horticulture.

4. Healthy Kids

PepsiCo's Get Active & a Good Nutrition and Active Lifestyle Program for Children -has seen robust growth and implementation. Designed and supported by the PepsiCo Health & Wellness team, the programs have been implemented in schools in collaboration with prominent NGOs & Hriday, Swashrit and the Indian Medical Association. Get Active programs have a central objective: to raise awareness on the importance of balanced nutrition and regular physical activity for a healthy lifestyle among school children.

Starting with a Breakfast Makes Me Smart module in 2008 that emphasized the importance of healthy breakfast to the My Pyramid module launched in April 2009, Get Active school programs promote learning nutrition through active engagement. Get Active believes in combining simplicity and enjoyment. The basic principle is simple & to establish the fundamentals of Calories In = Calories Out. The programs have yielded great results. A look at the Highlights: 2008

Get Active reached 250,000 children across 6 metros and 240 schools in 2008 - a significant 150% rise over 100,000 children across 2 metros in 2007 Partnerships with key NGOs and organizations & Swashrit, Hriday Shan and the Indian Medical Association Participation in School/Institutions' Fests and Events Prestigious schools like Modern School, Delhi organized a program to enhance nutrition awareness and the importance of 'Power Breakfast' among children - a first for the school. Scottish High School and Rotary Club also organized similar events The Healthy Lifestyle Exhibition gave visibility to 1000 children from Delhi


Get Active reached 300,000 children across 10 cities and 350 schools in 2009

2.GAIL(GAS AUTHORITY OF INDIA LIMITED) Formation of GAIL GAIL (India) Ltd being a NAVRATNA company was incorporated in August 1984 as a Central Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) under the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas (MoP&NG). The company was initially given the responsibility of construction, operation & maintenance of the Hazira Vijaypur Jagdishpur (HVJ) pipeline Project. It was one of the largest cross-country natural gas pipeline projects in the world. Originally this 1800 Km long pipeline was built at a cost of Rs 1700 Crores and it laid the foundation for development of market for natural Gas in India

Current Businesses - Domestic GAIL, after having started as a natural gas transmission company during the late eighties, has grown organically by building large network of Natural Gas Pipelines covering over 9500 Km with a capacity of around 172 MMSCMD(Million Metric Standard Cubic Meter per Day); two LPG Pipelines covering 2040 Km with a capacity of 3.3 MMTPA(Million Metric Tonne Per Annum) of LPG; seven gas processing plants for production of LPG and other Liquid Hydrocarbons, with a production capacity of 1.4 MMTPA; and a gas based integrated Petrochemical plant of 410,000 TPA polymer capacity which is further being expanded to a capacity of 900,000 TPA. The Company also has 70% equity share in Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL) which is setting up a 280,000 TPA polymer plant in Assam. Further, GAIL is a co-promoter with 17% equity stake in ONGC Petro-additions Limited (OPaL) which is implementing a green field petrochemical complex of 1.1 MMTPA Ethylene capacity at Dahej in the State of Gujarat. GAIL has 31.52% stake along with NTPC as equal partner in JV company, RGPPL at Dabhol which operates largest gas based power generation facility in the country and is also setting up 5 MMTPA LNG terminal. Keeping in mind the requirement of growth and consolidation as well as opportunities arising out of New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP) of Government of India, the company has moved into upstream of gas value chain i.e. Exploration & Production

and currently has stakes in 31 E&P blocks including 2 blocks overseas (in Myanmar). GAIL is a pioneer in City Gas Distribution (CGD) business in India, with Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) in Delhi and Mahanagar Gas Limited (MGL) in Mumbai being its biggest success stories. Besides IGL and MGL, GAIL has set up several JVs for CGD to supply gas to households, transport sector & commercial consumers in various cities including Hyderabad, Agartala, Kanpur, Indore, Vadodara, Lucknow, Agra and Pune. In 2008, GAIL incorporated a wholly owned subsidiary, GAIL Gas Ltd (GGL) to exclusively focus on city gas distribution business. GGL has been authorized for implementation of CGD projects in four cities namely Kota, Dewas, Sonepat & Meerut in the 1st round of bidding by Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB). Leveraging on its pipeline network, GAIL has built a strong Optic Fibre Cable (OFC) network of approximately 13,000 km for its own internal use and leasing of bandwidth as a carriers' carrier. As a part of its initiative towards reducing carbon footprint and creating a path of sustainable growth, GAIL is building a portfolio of renewable businesses. The company has successfully commissioned wind energy power projects of 118 MW across states of Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Global Presence As a strategy of going global and further expanding global footprint, GAIL has formed a wholly-owned subsidiary company, GAIL Global (Singapore) Pte Ltd. in Singapore for pursuing overseas business opportunities including LNG & petrochemical trading. GAIL has also established a wholly owned subsidiary, GAIL Global (USA) Inc. in Texas, USA. The US subsidiary has acquired 20% working interest in an unincorporated joint venture with Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc in the Eagle Ford shale acreage in the state of Texas. In addition to having two wholly owned subsidiaries in Singapore & USA, GAIL has a representative office in Cairo, Egypt to pursue business opportunities in Africa and Middle East. GAIL is also an equity partner in two retail gas companies in Egypt, namely Fayum Gas Company (FGC) and National Gas Company (Natgas). Besides, GAIL is an equity partner in a retail gas company involved in city gas and CNG business in China China Gas Holdings Limited (China Gas). Further, GAIL and China Gas have formed an equally owned joint venture company GAIL China Gas Global Energy Holdings Limited for pursuing gas sector opportunities primarily in China.

C.S.R In terms of the guidelines issued by the Department of Public Enterprises, GAIL has allocated an annual budget of 2% of the

previous years Profit after Tax for CSR activities, which is effectively used for carefully chosen programmes. Socially useful programmes have been undertaken in GAIL since its inception in and around the areas adjoining its major work centres under the SCP/TSP Plan. But over the years, the scope of the CSR activities, the nature of programmes undertaken and the systems adopted for implementation of these programmes have been streamlined and strengthened and the work under SCP/TSP came under the wider scope of CSR. Today, CSR & sustainability development is accorded high priority in the organizational ethos and attempted to be interwoven in all the business activities and the projects that are being undertaken by the company. During the year 2010-11, the company has taken up programmes of a value of approximately Rs.57.5 Crs for implementation under the seven thrust areas, which include Community Development, Infrastructure, Healthcare/Medical, Skill Development/Empowerment, Educational Aids, Environment Protection, Drinking Water/Sanitation.

The seven thrust areas of CSR by GAIL: CSR programmes are carefully identified through a diligent process of Need Identification at the grass root level and cover a wide spectrum of welfare and developmental activities, which fall under these seven broad Thrust areas The distribution amongst the Thrust area for the year 2010-11 is given below


For the year 2010-11 under the thrust area Community Development, programmes worth Rs. 15.68 Crs are endorsed and the implementation of these projects is in progression.
GAIL (India) Ltd. extended its support for reconstruction & renovation of numerous public utilities/building which provided a better condition of living for not only a person or family but whole of the villages where this project was implemented. For the sustainable development of the whole community GAIL is also supporting integrated livelihood programmes in villages especially for small and Marginal farmers. This would be considered as a drop in the vast ocean but GAIL along with other Oil PSUs is contributing towards provision of LPG connections to BPL

families under Rajiv Gandhi Gramin LPG Vitrak Yojana. This collaborative combined effort of the Oil PSUs would be able to generate a huge wave in the ocean in UP region. GAIL believes that for providing better tomorrow for the community where it has its working the focus should be on the future of the community i.e. CHILDREN & STUDENTS. So in view of this belief GAIL is providing vehicles for distribution of Mid-Day Meal for underprivileged children of Government schools so as to encourage the young girls and boys to educate themselves for their better & secured life. GAIL in the miniscule of its efforts have tried to touch every aspect of life by providing Night shelters and blankets to villagers, adoption of destitute tribal children of the orphanage in the tribal area, generating Aids awareness & Behaviour Change Communication programme for truckers of national highways and providing school bus for physically challenged students.

In just two years, more than 314000 families have benefitted from the programmes under Community Development.


For the year 2010-11 under the thrust area Drinking Water/Sanitation, programmes worth Rs.1.52 Crs have been sanctioned and implementation of these projects is in progression.
Recognizing that the availability of potable drinking water is a clearly identified need in many villages of rural India, GAIL has been taking up a number of programmes in this area. Providing bore-wells, tube-wells, hand-pumps, overhead tanks as well as

storage facilities, are some of the efforts taken in this direction. GAIL has taken up head-on projects for improving local hygiene & sanitation practices by construction of nalas and improvement in drainage system at different rural areas where GAIL has its presence .GAIL is also extending its resources for the development of sanitation system including installation tube well, pipeline, sub-mercible pump, sanitary line etc.


For the year 2010-11 under the thrust area Skill Development/Empowerment, programmes worth Rs. 7.38 Crs have been embarked on and implementation of these projects is in progression.
GAIL has attempted to address the issues of unemployability through skill development and vocational training programmes undertaken at several locations. Significant measures have been taken for the creation of livelihood opportunities and facilitating forums for effective empowerment and self-reliance. Empowerment of differently abled and physically challenged persons has also been promoted through several means, such as providing them with necessary medical aids, equipment and infrastructural support. GAIL with the help of its implementing partners gives Training (Sewing & tailoring training) & Special education (procurement of computer based visual speech training equipment & Audio Visual Projector) for the Neglected Disabled children and backward people. GAIL with the aim of providing self-sufficiency in the lives of the differently abled people distributes specialised motorized vehicle for making them self-

reliant.With its project Padho Aur Badho GAIL envisages to mainstream at least 3000 rag picker children government schools through its Non formal Education Centres for out-of-school children .Emphasising on women empowerment GAIL has started projects for learning for women empowerment against poverty and imparting training on stitching and carpet weaving.


For the year 2010-11 under the thrust area Environment Protection, programmes worth Rs. 5.66 Crs have been sanctioned and implementation of these projects is in progression.
GAILs commitment towards the Environment forms an implicit part of its Vision statement and through its CSR initiatives it has promoted this cause through specific environment-friendly programmes. GAIL is putting its tiny steps in the field of Environment protection by plantation of saplings and trees in various areas where it has its installation. Projects related to Rain water harvesting, water Recharging and Ground water reuse system have been supported aptly by GAIL. Outspreading its support for green energy GAIL is in the process of building a Gas based Crematorium at New Delhi and provision of solar lights in the rural areas where electricity is not yet reached. Congregating environment and hygiene factors together GAIL is also installing Sulabh Sauchayala & Bio Gas Plants and development of Environment Parks for thousands of poor labourers livings in slums where GAIL supplies gas.

In just two years, more than 350 villagers have benefitted from the programmes under Environment Protection.


For the year 2010-11 under the thrust area Healthcare/Medical, programmes worth Rs. 8.25 Crs have been embarked on and implementation of these projects is in progression.
Investment in Health Care programmes has also made a significant impact in terms of providing better health care to the marginalized sections of our society, especially women and children in the villages adjoining our work centres. GAIL is up gradating of existing Telemedicine Centre, physiotherapy units as well as setting up a community hospital in the villages of U.P.Other small programmes that are carried out for the general awareness about health are the family planning camps, Eye-camps, health awareness/T.B., Thalassemia, cancer detection camps, camps for physically handicapped persons (distribution of artificial aids and appliance) in the numerous rural areas where the organisation has its existence.In the field of mobile connectivity, GAIL has supported various projects by providing ambulances, mobile health outreach programmes and distribution of medicines Nishulk Chikitsa Kendra, GAIL As part of its routine healthcare programmes in communities around its townships and projects, GAIL has undertaken several healthcare projects like Reconstructive surgery for leprosy patients, Eye care cataract surgeries with IOL implants, Cancer screening camps, family planning camps, T.B.eradication programmes, malaria camps with treatment and free medicines and, health check up camps. GAILs own hospitals &

dispensaries in its townships extend medical care & treatment to the local villagers.

In just two years, more than 67795 villagers have benefitted from the programmes under Health care/medicine.


For the year 2010-11 under the thrust area Infrastructure, programmes worth Rs. 16.25 Crs have been embarked on and implementation of these projects is in progression.
In the area of Infrastructure, construction of village roads, culverts, community toilets, & other facilities in identified villages have helped to bring a facelift to these villages and improve the quality of life of its people. For the past many years GAIL has been constructing Community Centres and approach roads with an aim to provide long lasting and permanent development for the villages surrounding GAIL installation.GAIL is also in the process of setting up of a specialized training centre at Assam and Guna.Majority of the infrastructure works are carried out in the field of Education and health with the sole objective of creating a long term impact.

In just two years, more than 31000 families have benefitted from the programmes under infrastructure.


Out of all socio- economic interventions, education has always been considered the most powerful tool & GAIL has been regularly and consistently active in rendering contributions towards education, either by means of providing infrastructure support for classrooms, playgrounds, lab equipments to the under-equipped schools, or through direct scholarships, etc., it has taken this thrust forward by way of setting up a Trust to carry out the programmes in this area in a focused manner. The GAIL Charitable and Education Trust was set up in 2009 with a corpus of Rs.20 crore for dispensing scholarships and awards to meritorious poor students on merit-cum-means basis. Sponsoring students belonging to the lower societal strata for specialized coaching for IIT & Engineering entrances under its project Utkarsh Superb-30 & setting up of 50 non formal education centres for slum children of Delhi & Noida under project Padho Aur Badho , E-Shiksha programme for computer literacy, participation in Mid-day Meal programme of Govt. of Delhi and Corporate sponsorship of orphan children of SOS homes at Ahmedabad, Chandigarh and Delhi are some of the very successful and satisfying programmes undertaken over this year for supporting & promoting education among the rural and urban poor One of GAILs most satisfying interventions in education has been the E-Siksha programme; wherein computer labs have been set up in a self sustained, power equipped mobile Vehicle along with one qualified instructor and teaching aids. This has been implemented in Vijaipur and Pata as a pilot project, reaching computer education to government schools and facilitating these students to accomplish their regular computer school curriculum through this mobile computer aided labs. After school hours,

these computer vehicles were available to the villagers of Pata and Vijaipur for the adults to take up a course in typing and basic computer literacy with the assistance of a trained instructor. This programme has not only facilitated the school children and brought about computer awareness in them but has also empowered the village youth to undergo basic computer literacy at the end of which a certificate of completion was awarded to the youth by the NGO, which has helped them to gain employment with the local contractors as clerks or book keepers. These computer courses were registered with the Ministry of HRD. GAIL has undertaken several other projects in this area, for example, creation of infrastructure, providing equipment, furnishings, stationery, mid-day meals among other things. These support activities have not only helped to enhance creativity and independence among the students and improved the attendance of children in schools. Our support to special children through hearing aids and by providing computer with special software for visually challenged school children has also helped such special children to join the main stream of education. In conclusion it can be said that the above two companies namely PEPSICO a private sector company and GAIL a public sector company spend well more than 2% of their profits as mentioned in in the guidelines of the Department of Public enterprises, Government of India, in conducting of CSR activities and help develop the society at large.


1. COCO COLA As a responsible corporate, Coca-Cola India has always placed high value on good citizenship. The company provides extensive support for community programs across the country, with a focus on education, health and water conservation. In the area of Water Conservation, Coca-Cola India has commissioned over 500 RWH structures with a recharge capacity of 500 crore liters in 20 states, touching over 1 million people. The Company also organized Health Camps in urban slum and rural areas in several

parts of country, which benefited over 40000 women and children. In the field of education, over 500 merit cum scholarships have been awarded to over 135,000 students from 116 Army Schools spread across the country. These scholarships catered to the educational needs of child for a year which included Fees, Books, Stationary and Uniforms. These scholarships were given to wards of non commissioned (85%) Army personnel (Jawans). Additionally, Coca-Cola India also established Rain Water Harvesting systems in all of 39 villages of SOS Children's villages to provide for water security to over 6000 children. The Company regularly supports several education and health initiatives in addition to Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation programs as and when required.

2. SAIL(STEEL AUTHORITY OF INDIA LIMITED) Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) is the largest steel maker of India and amongst the top public sector enterprises in terms of turnover with the prestigious status of Maharatna. With this comes the responsibility of being a catalyst for positive change. Apart from the business of manufacturing steel, the objective of the company is to conduct business in ways that produce social, environmental and economic benefits to the communities in which it operates. SAILs socio-economic objectives are echoed in its Credo that includes a commitment to uphold the highest ethical standards in conduct of business, and of valuing the

opportunity and responsibility to make a meaningful difference in peoples lives. One of SAILs Core Values Concern for People also reflects the companys commitment towards society at large, which it endeavours to fulfill through wide-ranging and diversified initiatives and activities under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). For SAIL, CSR was an integral part of its operations ever since the establishment of its production units in remote locations of the country since the early 1950s. Places like Bhilai, Rourkela, Durgapur, etc., which today are thriving industrial and commercial centres having grown around SAILs integrated steel plants set up there, were once extremely backward locations without any economic or social infrastructure. The company had to provide basic amenities like power, drinking water, and education and medical facilities for its workforce at these plant locations; these facilities have multiplied over the decades as SAILs business has grown. Healthcare At todays count, SAIL has established 54 Primary Health Centres, 12 Reproductive & Child Health Centres, 17 Hospitals and 7 Super-Specialty Hospitals for providing specialized healthcare to more then 30 million people since inception. Five special health centre (Kalyan Chikitsalyas) have been set up at plant locations for poor and needy people, where free medical treatment and medicines are provided. SAIL organizes health camps in the range of more than 3,000 every year, reaching out to people needing primary health support. The coverage has spanned various states like Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Bihar, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, etc. To help the poor and

downtrodden patients and to have health outreach, 24 MMUs /ambulances have been provided to various NGOs like HelpAge India, Bharat Sewashram Sangha, Anugraha Drishtidaan, etc. A special project Akshaya for providing free investigation to TB patients of under privileged sections of society and project Chetna for treatment of sickle cell anaemia are run in Rourkela. Education 146 schools have been set up in the steel townships for providing modern education to about 70,000 children and assistance has been provided to over 286 schools of villages surrounding steel plants/units for free education of more than 55,000 students. 225 tribal children at Bhilai and 12 boys of the nearly extinct Birhore tribe at Bokaro have been adopted and are provided free education, boarding and lodging. SAIL has achieved a girl-boy ratio of 1:1 for all levels of education as well as a survival rate of 96% in SAIL primary schools and 90% in SAIL secondary schools. SAIL has also set up 6 Special Schools exclusively for poor, underprivileged, BPL children at its 5 integrated steel plant locations covering around 1,400 children providing free education, midday meals, uniform, including shoes, textbooks, stationery items, school bag, water bottles, etc. With the help of Akshay Patra Foundation, SAIL is providing midday meals to more than 18,000 students in different schools of Bhilai every day. In order to support the existing school infrastructure, SAIL has been providing additional classrooms across the country and such projects are in progress at Bhilai, Durgapur, Bokaro, Rourkela, Burnpur, as well as areas where SAIL carries out mining activities. Besides the above, SAIL has supported Chhattisgarh Technical University with Rs 50 crore, for promotion of technical education

and industry-education collaboration. Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) have also been set up at Gua Mines and Bokaro and two new ITIs are being set up in Uttar Pradesh. Scholarships for ITI and nursing courses to people belonging to weaker sections and women, sponsorships to students for technical education, free coaching and assistance to needy and poor children for their higher education, etc., are other areas of focus for SAIL in the field of education. Connectivity Roads are a means of communication and help economic and social activities to multiply. Involved in the construction and repair of roads in far-flung locations since inception, SAIL has constructed roads in 435 villages helping around 73 lakh people. Water SAIL has also provided access to water infrastructure to people living in far-flung areas by installing 5,153 water sources, thereby providing drinking water access to around 38 lakh people. Each SAIL plant has ensured that villages within the radius of approximately 16-18 kms of its township have access to potable water. Model Steel Villages In order to bridge the gap between rural and urban areas and to provide comprehensive development of both physical and social infrastructure, 79 villages have been identified as Model Steel Villages in 8 states across the country. The developmental activities being undertaken in these villages include medical & health services, education, roads & connectivity, sanitation, community centres, livelihood generation, sports facilities, etc.

Solar Power Promotion of alternative source of energy is one of the thrust areas of SAIL. This year, SAIL under this initiative is supporting setting up of 100-kw Community Solar Power Plants in Jarri, Albert Ekka Block, Jharkhand with the help of Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Agency. SAIL is also installing solar street lights at public places to eradicate the problem of power crisis in rural and mines areas of the country. Calamity Aid SAIL has been always a trend setter in supporting people during natural calamities and recently it has supported construction of low cost houses at Leh after a cloud burst, providing galvanized sheets to Sikkim earth quake victims, contributing to Chief Ministers Relief Fund for aid to people affected by the Odisha floods, and provided flood relief packets during the floods in Uttar Pradesh. Vocational Training Villagers are being provided vocational training in areas such as improved agriculture, mushroom cultivation, animal husbandry (goatery, poultry, fishery, piggery), achar/ppapad/agarbatti making, etc. Training is also provided for skill enhancement as welders, fitters and electricians, in sewing & embroidery, smokeless chullah making, etc. Vocational training centres like Bhilai Ispat Kaushal Kutir for rural and unemployed youth and Skill Development & Self Employment Training Institutes for the benefit of women and girls have also been set up. One of the outstanding success stories of SAIL-supported Self Help Group programmes is Kiran which is run by 97 lady artisans of nearby villages of Kiriburu Ore Mines. Kiran branded towels, bedsheets,

sarees, Diwali candles and agarbattis are beinhg sold through door-to-door marketing efforts and through cooperatives. Sports SAIL has also become a part and parcel of the sporting history of the Nation. Right from the early trickles to the recent deluge of medals, awards and accolades, the steel major has supported many sports disciplines and promoted numerous sportspersons. SAIL supported wrestlers Sushil Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt and Deepak Sharma, all of whom won top honours and made the nation proud during international events such as the Beijing Olympics and Commonwealth Games 2010. SAIL was the presenting sponsor of World Cup Hockey 2010 and is also sponsoring the Asian Tour-level SAIL Open Golf Championship for the past 4 years, besides prestigious annual events such as Davis Cup, SAIL Trophy Cricket Tournament, DSA league, Nehru Cup, etc. The company has also set up 6 academies at its plant & mines locations for Athletics (boys & girls), Hockey, Football and Archery. Preservation of Art & Culture Promotion and preservation of various forms of Indian arts and cultures enriches our cultural diversity. To fulfill this aspiration, SAIL has supported maintenance of monuments in Delhis Lodhi Gardens, and Vedvyas, Saraswati kund in Rourkela. To take care of distinct features of tribal culture, a 5-day Chhattisgarh Lok Kala Mahotsav is celebrated every year in Bhilai and nearby places in which more than 600 artistes participate. To promote local culture and games, various Gramin Lokotsavs and Gramin athletics competitions are organised by SAIL at different locations throughout the year.

Awards & Accolades SAILs efforts as a responsible corporate citizen in Nation building have been recognized by various organizations in the form of awards and accolades. These include the SKOCH Financial Inclusion Award-2012 for Women Empowerment , India Shining Star CSR Award-2010 by Wockhardt Foundation in the Iron & Steel category, SCOPE Meritorious Award for Corporate Social Responsibility & Responsiveness for the year 2008-09, Annual FICCI Awards 2008-09 in the category of The Vision Corporate Triple Impact Business Performance, Social & Environmental Action and Globalisation, Business World FICCI-SEDF CSR Award for the year 2006, FICCI Award for Rural & Community Development 2006-07, CSR Award of the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, Golden Peacock Award 2008, 2009 & 2008-09 for CSR to Bhilai Steel Plant , CSR Award of Tamil Nadu Government to Salem Steel Plant for the consecutive years 2007-08 and 2008-09, etc.

3. IMFA(INDIAN METALS AND FERRO ALLOYS) Based in the eastern State of Odisha well known for its rich natural resources, IMFA is India's largest, fully integrated producer of Ferro Alloys with 157 MVA installed furnace capacity, a 108 MW coal-based Captive Power Plant and extensive Chrome Ore mining tracts. In October 2006, Indian Charge Chrome Ltd (ICCL; Estd: 1983) merged with IMFA to create a leader in the field of Ferro Alloys. Today, IMFA produces Ferro Chrome, Ferro Silicon, High

Purity Ferro Silicon, and Ferro Silicon Magnesium for the domestic market as well as major international markets. IMFA is unique from a quality perspective in that it has multi-product & multi-location ISO 9001 certification covering the entire range of its activities. Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives in IMFA were overseen by the Founder Director Late Mrs Ila Panda and it is her guiding spirit that drives them today in contributing to Odishas development. Her leadership of Indian Metals Public Charitable Trust (IMPaCT) has meant that CSR is not just a buzzword but a serious commitment towards meeting their obligations to society at large. The major initiatives undertaken by IMFA include instituting the prestigious Sarala Award for recognising excellence in Oriya literature and the Ekalabya Puraskar for encouraging budding Oriya sportspeople. However, myriad activities such as conducting free health camps particularly in tribal areas, running several educational institutions besides an Industrial Training Institute (ITI), sponsoring needy scholars for higher education and generally working towards improving the lot of the underprivileged sections of society are all part of IMFAs commitment to Odisha. Quality of Products: IMFA has the unique distinction of comprehensive multi-product & multi-location ISO 9001 certification. Its entire range of

activities such as Ferro Alloys production, power generation, Chrome Ore mining and commercial activities are all certified to stringent international standards. There is a pioneer spirit here as well since the Charge Chrome furnace at Choudwar was the first such unit in India to be certified while the power plant at Choudwar and Nuasahi Chrome Mines were the second in their respective fields to be certified. Quality Policy IMFA is committed to producing quality products and, in doing so, we shall not only meet the requirements of our customers but also statutory and regulatory requirements. Quality Objectives Build quality into our products and processes at all stages Produce and market consistently good products at competitive prices Commitment All of us shall work as a team to comply with and improve the effectiveness of our Quality Management System. Environmental Awareness:

IMFA has an unambiguous commitment to being a good corporate citizen. In recognition of the importance of the environment, IMFA progressively makes appropriate investments in pollution control equipment while conducting programmes to create and enhance employee awareness. Steps are also being taken to obtain ISO 14000 certification for all the major operations over the next few years. Environmental Policy: IMFA shall conduct all its activities in harmony with and aimed towards the preservation of the environment. Objectives: Reducing resource consumption Minimising generation of waste Minimising contamination of the environment

Commitment: Comply with all applicable environmental legislation Continually improve our environmental performance by creating employee awareness Set and review appropriate objectives and targets Environmental Clearances: Ministry of Environment & Forests Scholarship:

Professor Ghanashyam Dash Scholarship for Higher Education Professor Ghanashyam Dash (1902-1959), in whose memory the Scholarship for Higher Education has been instituted, was a historian of international repute. After graduating from London University he was associated with several educational institutions in Odisha including Ravenshaw College as a Professor and Gangadhar Meher College & Fakir Mohan College as Principal. Professor Dash is the father of Late Mrs Ila Panda, a FounderDirector of IMFA Group.

4.I.T.C ITC is an Indian public conglomerate company headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. Its diversified business includes four segments: Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), Hotels, Paperboards, Paper & Packaging and Agri Business. ITC's annual turnover stood at $7 billion and market capitalization of over $33 billion. The company has its registered office in Kolkata. It started off as the Imperial Tobacco Company, and shares ancestry with Imperial Tobacco of the United Kingdom, but it is now fully independent, and was rechristened to India Tobacco Company in 1970 and then to I.T.C. Limited in 1974. The company is currently headed by Yogesh Chander Deveshwar. It employs over 26,000 people at more than 60 locations across India and is listed on Forbes 2000. ITC Limited

completed 100 years on 24 August 2010. ITC has a diversified presence in FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods), Hotels, Paperboards & Specialty Papers, Packaging, Agri-Business and Information Technology. While ITC is an outstanding market leader in its traditional businesses of Hotels, Paperboards, Packaging, Agri-Exports and Cigarettes, it is rapidly gaining market share even in its nascent businesses of Packaged Foods & Confectionery, Branded Apparel, Personal Care and Stationery.

C.S.R ACTIVITIES BY ITC e - Choupal 4 million farmers empowered, 6,500 e - Choupals installed Social & Farm Forestry 1,25,735 hectares greened, generating 56.27 million person - days of employment Watershed Development 89,491 hectares brought under soil and moisture conservation Women's Empowerment 16,281 women members 1380 self - help groups Livestock Development 293 Cattle Development Centres

Primary Education Covering 2,66,000 children through 2,579 Supplementary Learning Centres till date 5. TATA Tata Group is an Indian multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It is one of the largest conglomerates in India by market capitalization and revenue. It encompasses several primary business sectors: chemicals, consumer products, energy, engineering, information systems, materials, and services. Tata Group has operations in more than 80 countries across six continents and its companies export products and services to 80 nations. It comprises 114 companies and subsidiaries in eight business sectors, 27 of which are publicly listed. 65.8% of the ownership of Tata Group is held in charitable trusts. Companies which form a major part of the group include Tata Steel(including Tata Steel Europe), Tata Motors (including Jaguar Land Rover), Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Technologies, Tata Tea (including Tetley), Tata Chemicals, Titan Industries, Tata Power, Tata Communications, Tata Sons, Tata Teleservices and the Taj Hotels. CSR ACTIVITIES: Education: Tata Steel has influenced the integration of tribals in the economy in a less obvious andimmediate way by propping up the education of tribal children and youth of various agesand at

various stages of their academic career. Infants and toddlers are prepared for formal schooling in the informally run balwadis(crches/nurseries). The drop out rate of tribal students in schools and colleges has beenchecked with financial assistance and sponsorships. The TCS bears the entire expense of two tribal students who secure admissions for management education at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences. It also coaches students for entrance into administrative, technical and the public services. An unusual project called Sahyog, implemented in five schools, helps tribal students todevelop self-esteem and plan their future. The Xavier Institute for Tribal Education near Jamshedpur has also been supported byTata Steel to produce professionally trained personnel. Income generation for tribals : In order to help tribals address their basic needs in a self-reliant and sustainable way, Tata Steel has long been involved with increasing theagricultural productivity for them in the rural areas through assured irrigation. Tata Steel, holding the belief that the tribals know best for themselves, has assisted in theformation of many Self Help Groups (SHGs). These SHGs enable the tribals to arrange for credit and engage in micro-enterprises likemaking Dokra items, carpet weaving,

terracotta, paper bag making, mat making, food processing, poultry, mushroom farming, piggery, pisciculture and floriculture. Tata Steel provides these groups with training, networking and assistance in marketing. For making a long term impact on the prospects of the tribals, the Company has giventhem vocational training in areas like basic computer operation, software management, shorthand, typing, motor driving and handling pregnancies as birth attendants. Environment: Tata Steel believes that environment management is integral to sustainable business. The company's commitment in this area can be further gauged from the fact,that Tata Steel is the first company in the country to be conferred ISO-14001Certification for its main steel works and utility services in Jamshedpur. All its mines and collieries are also ISO-14001 Certified for environmentalmanagement.Tata Steel's collieries and mines which support the 'Save Forests' campaignare a benchmark in environment management, Further augmenting its commitment in thisfield, Tata Steel, has planted 1.5 million surviving trees as a part of the GreenMillennium campaign. It may be worth mentioning that Jamshedpur has the best treecover in the country. 6.WIPRO In the year of 1945, in preindependent India, a vision was born, which would eventually stand out as a brand name synonymous

for innovation and integrity. Starting off with consumer products business, Wipro subsequently diversified into newer areas including IT hardware and IT services. Past 50 years saw Wipro evolving into a leading global IT company, a company which has pioneered many an innovation in the IT services, BPO and R&D services space. Headquartered at Bengaluru, India, we at Wipro implement the philosophy of 'Applying Thought', thereby helping companies to "Do Business Better". Our path breaking innovations and ideas have culminated into the `Wipro Way' a process which directly impacts customer benefits by improving their time-tomarket, enhancing their predictability and reliability, and cutting their costs. Wipro's Global IT business caters to more than 150 global Fortune 500 clients across financial services, retail, transportation, manufacturing, healthcare services, energy and utilities, technology, telecom and media. They employ over 120,000 people from over 70 nationalities and 72 plus global delivery centers across 5 continents. CSR ACTIVITES: They, as a responsible corporate, realize that we need to take our success to other sections of society who struggle to care for their own basic needs. Hence they are committed to addressing societal challenges through various initiatives.

Wipro Cares:

"Wipro Cares" strives hard to address major issues responsibly. From community relief and rehabilitation in times of disasters to education opportunities, health and wellness programs for the needy, they make sure that their social initiatives touch every level of society that needs their help.

Wipro applying thought in schools: Through the "Applying Thought in Schools" initiative we have engaged with more than 1000 schools, 10,000 educators and 30 social organizations across 17 states in the country to bring about educational reform.

MISSION 10X : Mission 10X aims at enhancing employability of our engineering graduates by empowering faculty members. Having thus far trained over 10,000 faculty members across 20 states, the initiative intends to now reach out to over 25,000 additional engineering faculty in the near future.

Eco Eye: To strike a balance with environment, they formed Eco Eye a few years ago to bring all the green initiatives under one banner, and to incorporate better ecological balance in every project they execute.

7.INFOSYS Infosys is an Indian provider of business consulting, technology, engineering and outsourcing services. Its headquartered in Bangalore, India. It has offices in 30 countries and development centers in India, US, China, Australia, UK, Canada, Japan and many other countries. CSR ACTIVITIES: Infosys employees actively participate in the welfare of the local community. Our Development Centers (DCs) in India make a difference through several Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. Our employees organize and contribute to welfare programs, especially for underprivileged children. We support the activities of institutes and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) dedicated to healthcare and education, and campaigns for skills development and community welfare. CSR activities at Infosys DCs in 2009 Bangalore DC Rakum School for the visually challenged: Mitr, our local CSR team, visited the Rakum School for the visually challenged. Mobility, an exercise in which team members walked blindfolded using canes, helped them empathize with the children. The team

organized games and distributed chocolates and stationery. Notebook distribution: 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. Our drive has been actively supported by the Dream School Foundation, Ramana Clinic, Sri Vivekananda Youth Movement, Chrysalis and other NGOs.

Bhubaneswar DC Project Genesis: This initiative of the Infosys Affirmative Action Program (IAAP) prepares students for a career in the Business Process Outsourcing industry. The project was launched in Orissa in 2007 along with the state government to enhance the skills of academicians. 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.

Chandigarh DC Behavior and social skills development: Prayaas, our local CSR team, organized a program where 60 children from the Panchkula slum showcased their creativity in group activities. The children were imparted training in social etiquette.

Medical camp and cleanliness drive: Prayaas has adopted Tanda village to drive social transformation in the region. Our volunteers engaged residents in a cleanliness drive to prevent malaria. 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. The team collected data on health and sanitation related issues to address them.

Chennai DC Educare: Sneham, our local CSR team, manages a dedicated intranet portal to help employees support education of the children of our housekeeping and security staff. In 2009, 1,500 members contributed approximately Rs. 14,00,000 to support more than 370 students. Meritorious students were awarded for their performance. A special award was presented to a girl child with exceptional recitation skills. Helping the visually challenged: Infoscions partner with Nethrodaya, an NGO that works with visually challenged children. Our volunteers regularly conduct weekend reading sessions. In 2009, we organized a South India inter-state sports festival with modified versions of cricket, volleyball and chess. Facilities for rural schools: Volunteers constructed a water tank to supply drinking water to 1,000 students of the Avanippoor Government Higher Secondary School. We have been donating notebooks to the Anoor School since 2005. In 2009, we donated a water tank to the school. We also distributed notebooks to the children of Infosys support staff.

Hyderabad DC PC donation drive: Mamata, our local CSR team, donated more than 105 PCs to institutions that undertake non-commercial and public activities. We have already invited requests for the next list of beneficiaries. Day of Change: Every Wednesday, drop boxes are placed at the campus entrance and exit points, food courts and parking area to collect coins from Infoscions for social welfare activities.

Mysore DC Notebook distribution: Soften, our local CSR team, distributed 57,000 books, 36,000 pencils and 3,600 erasers in the Notebook Distribution Drive 2009. Underprivileged students from various schools have been benefiting from this drive since 2002. Language and computer education: Basic computer education was imparted to the security and housekeeping staff of the DC. Our team also helped 10 guards improve their English language skills. Summer camp: A month-long workshop was conducted in May 2009 at Karunya Mane, a child rehabilitation center. 30 children were taught art and craft, dance, Math, English, environment awareness, traffic rules, health and fitness, and social etiquette. Quiz contests helped the children assess their general

knowledge. Blood donation: More than 80 Infoscions donated blood in a special camp conducted in collaboration with the Mysore Rotary and Chandrakala Hospital. School for dropouts: Our team works with Kaliyuva Mane, an informal school for dropouts run by the Divya Deepa Trust. We interact with children in open classrooms through painting competitions and games.

Pune DC Sparsh - A Healing Touch, our local CSR team, is a registered NGO. In 2009, we conducted several programs: Eye donation camp: More than 330 Infoscions pledged to donate their eyes in a special camp organized with the Ruby Hall Clinic and Eye Bank Association of India. Play and Live (PAL): We use sports to boost the confidence of underprivileged children, teach them various skills and change their outlook. We donated sports equipment including carom and chess boards, and prizes such as watches, perfumes and chocolates. Blood donation camp: 700 volunteers donated blood during a two-day camp in June 2009. Three blood banks - ISIS Blood Bank, KEM and Janakalyan - participated. Doctors highlighted the need for safe blood donation at the camp.

Thiruvananthapuram DC Notebook distribution: Infosys CEO and Managing Director Kris Gopalakrishnan inaugurated a notebook distribution drive, which benefited 4,000 students in 2009. 8.ICICI: ICICI Bank is India's second-largest bank with total assets of Rs. 4,736.47 billion (US$ 93 billion) at March 31, 2012 and profit after tax Rs. 64.65 billion (US$ 1,271 million) for the year ended March 31, 2012. The Bank has a network of 2,755 branches and 9,363 ATMs in India, and has a presence in 19 countries, including India. The Bank currently has subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Russia and Canada, branches in United States, Singapore, Bahrain, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Qatar and Dubai International Finance Centre and representative offices in United Arab Emirates, China, South Africa, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. Our UK subsidiary has established branches in Belgium and Germany. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: In the area of elementary education, we work to improve the quality of schooling processes and outcomes in the public education system in India. SUSTAINABLE LIVLIHOODS:

India has an urgent need to create employment opportunities for those below the poverty line. The Foundations first steps in its sustainable livelihood initiative will be to strengthen two Rural Self-Employment Training Institutes (RSETIs) in Udaipur and Jodhpur, run by ICICI Bank. PRIMARY HEALTH: In the area of primary health, our goal is to improve the delivery of health services to remotely located and low-income individuals and families. ACCESS TO FINANCE: In the area of access to finance, our goal is to ensure universal financial inclusion.

9.MARUTI SUZUKI Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL, formerly known as Maruti Udyog Limited) is a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan. Maruti Suzuki has been the leader of the Indian car market for over two and a half decades. The company has two manufacturing facilities located at Gurgaon and Manesar, south of New Delhi, India. Both the facilities have a combined capability to produce over a 1.5 million (1,500,000) vehicles annually. The company plans to expand its manufacturing capacity to 1.75 million by 2013.

CSR ACTIVITIES: ENVIRONMENTAL: Registered its fi rst CDM project with UNFCCC Launched fi ve models with i-GPI CNG engine technology Launched LPG version of WagonR Showcased hybrid SX4 and electric Eeco cars Reduction in per vehicle CO2, electricity and water consumption in the Gurgaon plant stood at 15%, 16% and 5% respectively Reduction in per vehicle CO2, electricity and water consumption in the Manesar plant stood at 13%, 1 % and 16 % respectively Hazardous waste to the tune of 6,447 T sent to the cement industry for co-processing Environment friendly natural gas used for captive power generation at both plants Initiated use of solar energy for street lighting in Gurgaon plant SOCIAL:

OHSAS 18001 certifi cation process initiated. Groundwork for the same is underway Road safety: Over 187,000 persons trained in safe driving in 2010-11 Over 850,000 persons trained cumulatively since 2000 Opened 83 new Maruti Driving Schools, taking the total to 166 Completed construction of two new IDTRs in Haryana Skill development: Forged 4 new partnerships with government ITIs, taking the total to 7 ITIs Continued community development initiatives around the Manesar plant. Large investments made in infrastructure development: Set up computer centre at Aliyar village Upgraded infrastructure of Baas village school Employees contributed 2,792 hours in volunteering

10.FUTURE GROUP: Every day, Future Group brings multiple products, opportunities and services to millions of customers in India. Through over 15 million square feet of retail space, we serve customers in 85 cities and 60 rural locations across the country. Most of all, they help India shop, save and realize dreams and aspirations to live a better quality of life every day.

Future Group was founded on a simple idea: Rewrite rules, retain values. This fundamental belief created a new kind of marketplace, forever transforming Indian retail. Today their core values continue to guide how we do business and improve the quality of life of the people they serve.

CSR ACTIVITIES: At Future Group, corporate social responsibility, inclusive growth and sustainability are at the core of our strategy and business practices. This reflects in our commitment to the community, environment and to every stakeholder in building a stronger foundation for our long-term, sustainable growth.

INCLUSIVE GROWTH: Future Groups vision of inclusive growth for a harmonious

society, points to a future in which the entire population can enjoy a better quality of life. We aim to serve as a catalyst that stimulates the use of inclusiveness as a powerful development tool. Future Group aims to create and sustain an environment conducive to the domestic growth of India by partnering with various stakeholders and playing a proactive role in Indias development process.

ENVIRONMENT: Climate change is one of the greatest challenges facing the world today. Future Group strives to reduce environmental impact and optimize energy consumption in its stores and strengthen green considerations in logistics operations. Our endeavour is to promote eco-friendly products and raise awareness on environmental issues both internally and externally.

COMMUNITY DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT: Through community-driven development, we aim to foster a symbiotic relationship with Indian entrepreneurs across communities to create increased self-employment opportunities.


They are a globally diversified natural resources group committed to sustainable development, supporting local communities and contributing to the economies of the areas where we operate. Their assets and operations are located in the high growth markets of India, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Liberia, Ireland and Australia. We are primarily engaged in copper, zinc, silver, aluminium, iron ore and power business. CSR ACTIVITIES: HEALTH AND SAFETY: We are committed to providing a safe, secure and healthy workplace for all employees by using best technologies and practices. ENVIRONMENT: We are raising environmental consciousness in the company with a vision to use best practices to improve our environmental performance year on year. EMPOWERING COMMUNITY: We undertake social and community based initiatives in the vicinity of our operations, to contribute to the socio economic well-being and empowerment of our neighbours


It was in 1946 that Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita together with a small team of passionate and committed group of employees started to build Tokyo Tsushin Kenkyujo (Totsuko), or Tokyo Telecommunications Research Institute to the billion dollar global conglomerate that it is today. The main objective of the company was to design and create innovative products which would benefit the people. The Sony Group recognizes that its businesses have direct and indirect impact on the communities in which we operate. CSR ACTIVITIES: COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: With the goal of fostering positive relationships within the communities in which we operate in, Sony engages in a myriad of activities and encourages employees to play an active role in their communities. ENVIRONMENT: Sony recognizes the importance of preserving the natural environment in order to create a sustainable society for our future generations. Sony is committed to achieving this goal by seeking to combine ongoing innovation in environmental technology coupled with environmentally sound business practices.

13.SAMSUNG For more than 70 years, Samsung has been at the forefront of inno-vation. Our discoveries, inventions and breakthrough products have helped shape the history of the digital revolution. Samsung is dedicated to devel-oping innovative technologies and efficient processes that create new markets, enrich people's lives, and continue to make Samsung a digital leader. Samsung is guided by a simple philosophy, strong values and high ethical standards that inform our work every day. In everything we do, we strive to help people live better lives. CSR ACTIVITIES: Samsung Electronics CSR initiatives are classified into Integrity Management, Green Management, Social Contribution, Products & Services and Partner Collaboration with business partners. We ensure that business activities are closely connected with ours CSR activities in response to stakeholder needs and major issues. Chaired by the CEO, Partner Collaboration Executive Meetings are held twice a year as official CSR meetings. In the meetings, the executive management in charge of the five CSR initiatives decide on CSR policies, check the performances of each division, and come up with follow up action items and measures reflective of the major CSR issues and trends. Partner Collaboration & Enhancement Office also holds quarterly working-level meetings. Samsung Electronics will continue to share and

implement its CSR initiatives while maintaining communications with its stakeholders to collect and reflect their opinions in the companys future CSR activities.

14.DABUR Dabur India Limited is a leading Indian consumer goods company with interests in Hair Care, Oral Care, Health Care, Skin Care, Home Care and Foods. From its humble beginnings in the bylanes of Calcutta way back in 1884 as an Ayurvedic medicines company, Dabur India Ltd has come a long way today to become a leading consumer products manufacturer in India. For the past 125 years, we have been dedicated to providing

nature-based solutions for a healthy and holistic lifestyle. Through their comprehensive range of products, they touch the lives of all consumers, in all age groups, across all social boundaries. And this legacy has helped them to develop a bond of trust with their consumers. That guarantees customers the best in all products carrying the Dabur name .

CSR ACTIVITIES: For growth to be responsible, it should go beyond numbers... It should do good to the society, create a better world. That's the kind of growth that Dabur India Ltd. believes in, and constantly strives for. At Dabur, their commitment to good governance, ethical conduct and social responsibility is core to our way of doing business, and is strongly aligned with our drive to create and increase value for all stakeholders. They define CSR as conducting business in ways that provide social, environmental and economic benefits for the communities and geographies where we operate. Daburs CSR initiatives are driven through Sustainable Development Society or SUNDESH, an outcome of the vision of Dabur India Ltd founder Dr. S.K Burman.

SUNDESH Sustainable Development Society (SUNDESH) is sworn to the mission of ensuring overall socio-economic development of the rural & urban poor on a sustainable basis, through different participatory and need-based initiatives. It aims to reach out to the weaker and more vulnerable sections -- such as women and children, illiterate and unemployed of the society. Today, SUNDESH operates in Ghaziabad and Gautam Budha Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh, and has -- more recently established presence in Rudrapur district of Uttrakhand. Over the years, it has contributed to many worthy causes, addressing childrens literacy, improving healthcare services, skill development, and environment, to name a few. Medicinal Plant Project An initiative by Dabur Nepal Pvt. Ltd. Dehi me dadami te (As you give me, I give you in return). This quote from an ancient text sums up Daburs commitment towards nature. With a strong foundation in the Himlayan Kingdom, Nepal, Dabur has taken many strong -- but quiet -initiatives in last one and half decade towards corporate social responsibility. Dabur Nepal Pvt. Ltd. is a joint venture company established in the year 1989 when probably very few investors had their roots in Ayurveda. Thanks to the favourable climatic conditions here, Nepal has been a major source for the herbal plants which are extensively used in Tibetan, Chinese, Nepalese and Indian medicines. However, due to indiscriminate use, over exploitations, poor collection methods, early harvesting and lack

of the post harvest technology, these natural reserves are depleting speedily. Whats worse, there are no systematic efforts to replenish these natural resources of medicinal plants in the Himalayan region. Dabur Nepal has started the project on medicinal plants in Nepal to provide the modern technology for cultivation of the required medicinal herbs of Himalayas to the farmers. The only eco-friendly project of CSR nature in Nepal, this initiative is fully integrated with the companys business vision. A state-of-the-art Greenhouse facility has been set up at Banepa, which has the capability to produce 5-6 million saplings of medicinal plants per annum. All the required climatic parameters for uniform growth of saplings of the medicinal plants like temperature, humidity etc. are controlled by automatic computer systems. Besides helping preserve natural resources, this initiative has also gone a long way in generating employment and income for local people and improving the socio-economic conditions of local populace in the Himalayan Kingdom. 15.PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK

With over 60 million satisfied customers and more than 5100 offices including 5 overseas branches, PNB has continued to retain its leadership position amongst the nationalized banks. The bank enjoys strong fundamentals, large franchise value and good brand image. Besides being ranked as one of India's top

service brands, PNB has remained fully committed to its guiding principles of sound and prudent banking. Apart from offering banking products, the bank has also entered the credit card, debit card; bullion business; life and non-life insurance; Gold coins & asset management business, etc. PNB has earned many awards and accolades during the year in appreciation of excellence in services, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices, transparent governance structure, best use of technology and good human resource management. CSR INITIATIVES: In Agriculture: PNB created PNB Farmers' Welfare Trust to aid the farmer community. This Trust started the Farmers' Training Centre to train rural women, youth etc. Sacha Khera was developed as a model village. Rs.5lacs were spent on the activities. In health: It organised 124 free eye, medical and general check up events. It organised 40 blood donation camps. In community services: The bank started library-cum-reading rooms in states such as punjab, haryana etc. In sports: Pnb introduced the "PNB Hockey Academy" to promote and encourage young players.

In the envrionment: They contributed to the envronment by planting trees, financing renewable projects, and creating awareness among its employees regarding the reduction in carbon footprint.

16.AXIS BANK EDUCATION: Education is a powerful tool to break the relentless cycle of poverty and sets the foundation for a great future. Hence, when Axis Bank Foundation was founded in 2006, we decided to focus on providing education support to underprivileged children. Under education, we work in the following areas:BALWADIS: The Foundation has identified the need to focus on early childhood programs for 2 - 6 year olds. As part of our initiatives to support education, we help develop learning places for young children living in large urban slum clusters so that it creates a strong foundation and inculcates social and cultural awareness in them. BRIDGE COURSES: The Foundation supports mainstream education initiatives through non-formal education centres or bridge courses for children who have dropped out or have never been to school.

These centres bridge the gap between the age of the child and his or her level of learning and mainstream them in age appropriate classes. These centres also act as back up / tuition centres for inschool children. TRAINING THE TRAINERS: Teacher training programs are being supported to improve the quality of teaching among the schoolteachers. SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION: The Foundation focuses on quality education for the underprivileged children (with a special focus on the girl child) we support projects that strengthen the existing educational system. In other words, remedial education or supplementary classes are provided to children studying mainly in government / municipal schools. The support classes will not only enable the children to perform better but also ensure that they remain in school and do not drop out due to bad performance. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION: The youth can and should be instrumental in bringing about a social change and be assets to the development of their communities. Unemployment afflicts the underprivileged youth because majority of them are not only semiliterate or undereducated but also posses no vocational ability i.e. technical / business skills for self-employment. As part of their corporate social responsibility initiative, the Foundation has been supporting various projects to impart

vocational training to the underprivileged youth and make them productive members of the society. PURE EDUCATION: Axis Bank Foundation strives to ensure that the fruits of education reaches every corner of the country. We have joined hands with several rural partners to make primary education reachable for every child. SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS: Providing Sustainable Livelihoods is a means to alleviate poverty and bring about positive changes in the socio- economic conditions of a country. Keeping in mind the current agrarian conditions in India, and the need to address issues in regards to employment, employability in 2011, ABF decided to venture into the domain of Sustainable Livelihoods. Through their various programs we aim to create one million sustainable livelihoods in the next five years. SKILL DEVELOPMENT: Their programs in this area aim at enhancing or teaching new skills to enable our beneficiaries to take up a job or start an enterprise of their own. Programs like PREMA and Yuva Parivartan impart skills like motor driving, electrician, welding, mobile repairing, tailoring as well as courses in hotel management, nursing, computer software and hardware, to youth living in some of the most backward districts of India; making

these youth financially independent and contributors to the family income. Within the programs we also have specialised training for adolescent girls and mothers on health, nutrition, sanitation, kitchen gardening, various livelihood initiatives and policy awareness. The skill development programs place great importance on placement of the trainees and in helping budding entrepreneurs set up small enterprises of their own. OTHER PROGRAMS: About 60% of the Indian population is dependent on agriculture for a livelihood. People at Axis Bank Foundation seek to address issues that plague the agricultural domain like low agricultural productivity, lack of efficient water management, farmer suicides etc. through our various interventions ranging from creating water infrastructure, soil treatment to ensure higher yield, low cost agricultural operations , aggregation of the produce, creating value addition, market linkages etc. Their programs aim to improve the productivity of farms belonging to small and marginal farmers and help them achieve a more remunerative price for their agricultural produce. They help in creating strong local institutions of the people and economic empowerment of women through appropriate interventions. They work primarily in the poorest regions of the country in the states of Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Tamil Nadu. PUBLIC HEALTH AND MEDICAL RELIEF: At Axis Bank Foundation, they identified the need for highway trauma care and medical relief, primarily for the underprivileged

people across the country with a rehabilitation program and hence have decided to focus on these two areas also.

HIGHWAY TRAUMA CARE: A number of people who meet with accidents on highways face a tragic end due to the lack of medical attention within the 'golden hour' i.e. one hour after the accident. Axis Bank Foundation provides medical rehabilitation program by working with Lifeline Foundation for more than 3 years and funds their Highway Rescue Project in the states of Maharashtra, Kerala and Rajasthan. RURAL MEDICAL RELIEF: They work with some NGOs who provide medical relief to people affected by cyclones, epidemic break outs, etc. These NGOs provide essential life saving medicines to the rural people in the interiors of the states and play a major role in ferrying patients from their villages to the hospitals. 17.RANBAXY Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited (Ranbaxy), India's largest pharmaceutical company, is an integrated, research based, international pharmaceutical company, producing a wide range of quality, affordable generic medicines, trusted by healthcare professionals and patients across geographies. Ranbaxy today has a presence in 23 of the top 25 pharmaceutical markets of the world. The Company has a global footprint in 43 countries,

world-class manufacturing facilities in 8 countries and serves customers in over 125 countries. In June 2008, Ranbaxy entered into an alliance with one of the largest Japanese innovator companies, Daiichi Sankyo Company Ltd., to create an innovator and generic pharmaceutical powerhouse. The combined entity now ranks among the top 20 pharmaceutical companies, globally. The transformational deal will place Ranbaxy in a higher growth trajectory and it will emerge stronger in terms of its global reach and in its capabilities in drug development and manufacturing. Ranbaxy was incorporated in 1961 and went public in 1973. CSR ACTIVITIES: Environment, Health and Safety (EHS): Ranbaxy remains committed to excellence through the discipline of process and continual improvement in EHS performance aimed at minimising risks. While there is a great emphasis and considerable investment being made in improving our EHS performance, we firmly believe that the nucleus of our excellence lies in the responsible behaviour of our employees. The involvement of management and staff in the collaborative development of solutions to improve EHS performance is a key strategy for excellence.

Environment : All equipment and infrastructure for environmental management was in conformity with regulatory standards throughout the year. The Dewas site saw the up-gradation of the Effluent Treatment Plant, the installation of Multi Effect Evaporators and Agitated Thin Film Driers. A number of Innovative 'Green Technologies' like the Heat Pump, the Refrigeration Chiller (with total Heat Recovery System), Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) System, were deployed in recent projects at our Baddi Dosage Form (DF) site, in Himachal Pradesh. These have also been instrumental in reducing the load on the Effluent Treatment Plant. Occupational Health and Safety : Our inherent belief that all workplace illnesses and injuries are preventable has been the driving force in keeping our manufacturing sites, R&D and Corporate Office safe. Numerous positive initiatives were undertaken during the year to enhance workplace safety. Our Dewas site further added a road safety initiative to educate employees, contractors and the local community on positive road behaviour. Emergency preparedness at Ranbaxy was ensured through regular table top and mock drills exercises, at all manufacturing sites as well as at R&D. Additionally, a safety audit by The National Safety Council was conducted during the year at our Mohali API manufacturing

facility. Extensive safety training programs, both by internal as well as external specialists, were also conducted at all manufacturing sites including those of our business partners, engaged in contract manufacturing. Ranbaxy's abiding concern for society extends beyond its business. We remain committed to the communities we serve and amongst whom, we operate, with the desire to bring about long term well being.

18.NTPC-NATIONAL THERMAL POWER CORPORATION NTPC, India's largest power company, was set up in 1975 to accelerate power development in India. It is emerging as an Integrated Power Major, with a significant presence in the entire value chain of power generation business. NTPC ranked 341st in the 2010, Forbes Global 2000 ranking of the Worlds biggest companies. With a current generating capacity of 39,174 MW, NTPC has embarked on plans to become a 75,000 MW company by 2017. CSR ACTIVITIES: NTPC mission statement on CSR states - Be a socially responsible corporate entity with thrust on environment protection, ash utilization, community development, and energy conservation. NTPC's approach towards CSR has also been articulated in the corporate objectives on sustainable power development as stated


To contribute to sustainable power development by discharging corporate social responsibilities. To lead the sector in the areas of resettlement and rehabilitation and environment protection including effective ash-utilization, peripheral development and energy conservation practices.

NTPC is a member of Global Compact, a UN initiative launched by the then Secretary General Mr Kofi Annan and is committed to adhere to its ten principles in the areas of Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anti-corruption. NTPC is also a member of Corporate Roundtable on Development of Strategies for Environment (CoRE) initiated by TERI and confirmed its support for the principles outlined in the CoRE Sustainability Charter drawn from International Chamber of Commerce's Business Charter for Sustainable Development. NTPC has also adopted the Social Code framed by India Partnership Forum promoted by Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) and UNDP. NTPC thus follows the global practice of addressing the CSR issue in an integrated multi-stakeholder approach covering the environment and social aspects. The environmental concerns include Environment Impact Assessment, Environment Management Plans, Ash Utilisation, Energy Efficiency, Afforestation, Distributed Generation of power, Rain water harvesting, Energy Conservation and adoption

of international standards like SA-8000, ISO-14000. These are administered through specific policy frameworks and dedicated institutional set up like Environment Engineering Group (EEG), Environmental Management Group (EMG), Ash Utilization Department (AUD), CENPEEP, SPV-A, Non-conventional Energy Sources Group etc. Similarly the social concerns include Resettlement & Rehabilitation, Community Development, Safety, Adoption of International Standards like OHSAS-18000, Social Security for Old Age, Health, Education, Gender Equality, National Calamity, and special focus on the marginalized section of society during recruitment etc. These are administered through specific policy framework and dedicated institutional set up like R&R cell, Safety Department and respective sections of HR Department.

19.BAJAJ Bajaj Group is an Indian conglomerate founded by Jamnalal Bajaj in 1926, Mumbai. Bajaj Group is one of the oldest & largest conglomerates based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The group comprises 34 companies & its flagship company Bajaj Auto is ranked as the world's fourth largest two- and threewheeler manufacturer. Some of the notable companies are Bajaj Electricals, Mukand Ltd & Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd. Involvement in various industries that include automobiles (2- and 3-wheelers),

home appliances, lighting, iron and steel, insurance, travel and finance. The Group is headed by Rahul Bajaj. CSR INITIATIVES: Bajaj Group is involved in a variety of welfare activities, which are carried out with the support of its companies and trusts. Education: Shiksha Mandal Wardha was established in 1914 by Jamnalal Bajaj and Shri Shrikishandas Jajoo for educating the youth of India. This Mandal was a part of the national movement and received support for several national leaders including Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. It was also the first institute in India to prepare text books and conduct examinations in Hindi and Marathi at the graduate level. Currently, the Mandal runs three commerce colleges (in Wardha, Nagpur & Jabalpur), a Science College and Agricultural and Rural Institute and a Polytechnic at Wardha. Kamalnayan Bajaj School location at Chinchwad was established in 1976. Initially it started off as a school providing education from Lower KG to grade 12 and in 2007 it also started running a junior college. Janaki Devi Bajaj Institute of Management Studies was established in August 1997. It is a Centre of Management Studies and the Postgraduate Department of Management Education of the SNDT Women's University. It offers a variety of full-time and part-time professional courses at Masters level and postgraduate Diploma courses in management specifically for

women. Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, setup by the University of Mumbai in collaboration with the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. With a donation from the Jamnalal Bajaj Seva Trust, was established in 1965. It was the first to start a full-time 2 year Masters Programme in Management Studies (MMS) in India. Besides that, it offers various management courses for executives. Bajaj Group volunteered to adopt 3 Industrial training institute for Upgradation - ITI Mulshi, ITI Haveli and ITI Ramnager. A two day training program was organized for all the staff of the Institutes, at a remote location, to open the minds to aim high and receive better ideas and go out and achieve excellence. The company enabled Education of eligible bright Backward students with the launch of a program that would help scheduled castes and scheduled tribes students achieve academic excellence and make them at par with those who can afford coaching for top institutes. Health: Kamalnayan Bajaj Hospital in Aurangabad was established in 1990 as a hospital and research center. Although it was relatively small when it started, it has soon grown into a very well equipped hospital with 225 beds, 60 full-time doctors and 150 staff, organ transplant center, well-equipped Cath Lab, CT Scan, MRI, Mammography & Dept of radiation oncology and so on. The Bajaj-YCM Hospital A.R.T Center for HIV/Aids in Pimpri was established as a Public Private Partnership between

Government of India - Ministry of Health and Family Welfare National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to provide better healthcare facilities to Aids patients. Women Empowerment: Among others, one of the objectives of the Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha is to empower women and it has been doing so by training women in using improved technology for storage of food grains and initiating goat rearing projects owned and managed by women, emphasizing the importance of family planning particularly tubectomy operations and securing loans for women members for both consumption and income generation. IMC Ladies' Wing Jankidevi Bajaj Puraskar for Rural Entrepreneurship, which commemorates the birth centenary of the late Smt.Jankidevi Bajaj, is an award conferred for outstanding contribution of women working for rural development

Self Reliance: The Jamnalal Bajaj Seva Trust initially assisted Sarvodaya workers and Gandhian constructive programmes. However, some years down, it established the International Sarvodaya Centre in Vishwaneedam with an aim to promote agriculture, dairy development, rural development and training local women and youth for self-employment. It also funded the establishment of Jamnalar Bajaj Institute of Management Studies and undertook the maintenance of Bajajwadi at Wardha. Finally, the

trust has also made significant contributions to the promotion of arts and culture through the Kamalnayan Bajaj Hall and Art Gallery. The Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha also pays great emphasis on self-reliance and it helps the rural population to do so by building family-size biogas plants, training women in using improved technology for storage of food grains and so on. The IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Awards was instituted in 1997 to encourage Indian Industry to be alert to the importance of quality in the context of global competitiveness. The Quality Award is presented every year to companies in manufacturing, service sector and small business company. The Institute of Gandhian Studies, established in 1987, promotes long-term and short-term study courses on Gandhian thoughts and methodology. The courses have attracted participation of students, youth and academicians from countries like the U.S., U.K., Germany, Holland, Norway and many Asian countries. In addition to the courses, the institute also organises seminars, consultative meets for Panchayat workers, special courses for women members of the Panchayats and trade union workers. Rural Development: The trusts that work towards rural development include Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha, Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation, Jamnalal Kaniram Bajaj Trust and Jamnalal Bajaj Seva Trust. The welfare activities are carried out in collaboration with CAPART, Khadi and Village Industries Commission, NEDA,

respective State Governments and beneficiaries. The rural development activities were aimed at improving the living conditions of the rural population via income generation, training for self-employment, improved health and sanitation, supply of drinking water, improved agricultural and land maintenance practices such as horticulture, social forestry and reclamation of waste land. Other activities include distribution of solar-lantern & solar cookers, installation of bio-gas plants, deepening and widening of wells and drinking water scheme, tree plantation and kitchen gardens, lift irrigation, veterinary services like insemination, vaccination and distribution of cattle feed, watershed development and building of model villages, distribution of agricultural equipment and building a center of Child Labor Welfare. In addition, the Bajaj Group has also undertaken several educational activities. They not only focus on mainstream education through the maintenance and running of Bal Sanskar Kendras, Balwadis and conducting study tours, but also on vocational education through tailoring classes, literacy and hobby classes, training programmes for self-employment, and so on. Jamnalal Bajaj Award was established in 1978 by the Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation. Some of the regions where these rural development activities have been implemented include Wardha, Pune, Aurangabad districts of Maharashtra, villages surrounding Shikohabad in Uttar Pradesh, Kashi-ka-bas village (birth place of Jamnalal Bajaj) and some of the surrounding villages in Sikar district of Rajasthan, and some of the villages adjoining Vishwaneedam,

Bangalore. Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha, a trust, named after the Padma Vibhushan late Jankidevi Bajaj, wife of late Shri Jamnalal Bajaj, was established in 1987. The aim of this trust is to work towards improving the quality of life of people in rural areas, eliminating poverty, empowering women, development of human and natural resources, promoting ecological balance, and so on. At present, it is being implemented in 24 remote and backward villages in the cities of Pune and Aurangabad. Some of the initiatives implemented include water conservation projects for improving agricultural productivity, construction of latrines, family size biogas plants, training women in using improved technology for storage of food grains, goat rearing projects owned and managed by women, vermiculture projects, improving agricultural implements in 11 villages, dairy development, family planning particularly tubectomy operations, polio immunisation campaigns, securing loans for women members for both consumption and income generation. Environment & Natural Resources: The Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha has taken several steps towards improving the ecological balance. Some of its activities in this area include water conservative projects for improving agricultural productivity, helping build family-size biogas plants, conducting vermiculture projects, and so on.


A Glorious Past - A Brighter Future Union Bank of India was established on 11th November 1919 with its headquarters in the city of Bombay now known as Mumbai. The Head Office building of the Bank in Mumbai was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the nation in the year 1921, and he said on the occasion: "We should have the ability to carry on a big bank, to manage efficiently crores of rupees in the course of our national activities. Though we have not many banks amongst us, it does not follow that we are not capable of efficiently managing crores and tens of crores of rupees." His prescient words anticipated the growth of the bank that has taken place in the decades that followed. The Bank now operates through over 2800 branches across the country. The Bank's core values of prudent management without ignoring opportunities is reflected in the fact that the Bank has shown uninterrupted profit during all 90 years of its operations. Union Bank has been playing a very proactive role in the economic growth of India and it extends credit for the requirements of different sectors of economy. Industries, exports, trading, agriculture, infrastructure and the individual segments are sectors in which the bank has deployed credit to spur economic growth and to earn from a well diversified portfolio of assets. Resources are mobilised through Current, Savings and Term

Deposits and through refinance and borrowings from abroad. The Bank has a large clientele base of over 24 million. On the technology front the Bank has taken early initiatives and 100% of its branches are computerised. The Bank has also introduced Core Banking Solution with connectivity between branches. 100% of the business of the Bank is under Core Banking Solution making it a leader among its peers in infusion of technology. Many innovative products are developed using the technology platform to offer an array of choices to customers, adding speed and convenience to transactions. Technology will also enable the Bank to derive substantial cost reduction while creating the requisite capacity to handle the ever increasing volume of business in a competitive environment that offers immense opportunities. At the end of September 2011 the Bank achieved total business level of Rs.3,42,856 crore (Rupees Three Lakh Forty two thousand Eight hundred fifty six crore) Behind all these achievements is a dedicated team of staff, which is truly cosmopolitan in its composition. Many generations of members of staff have contributed in building up the strong edifice of the Bank. The present team of over 29000 members of staff distinguishes itself with its customer centricity, willingness to learn and adherence to values enabling us to be recognised as a caring organisation where people enjoy their work and relationship with customers.


OVERVIEW: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) can be termed as a tribute that a corporate pays to 'virtue', the virtue of being a part and parcel of the community it exists in and grows. In this era of globalization there is an ever increasing emphasis on CSR from non-government organizations, charities, educational institutions and peers in the industry to give CSR a serious consideration alongside the core business. This new semblance of awakening has actually sent a lot of business leaders and academicians back to the basics of why at all the corporates evolved, what are their role and responsibility and thereby the impact they have on the society. One acclaimed instance that is shown around, as the proof of the new trend, is 'Business with Human Face' as now practiced and preached by many. Given all this, at the core of it, CSR is a voluntary act of compassion shown by a corporate entity to the society and the environment where in the corporate gives back to the society some part of what it has earned from being a part of such society. THEIR VIEW: At Union Bank of India, they feel that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is directly linked to the core business of the bank. It encompasses as to how the bank adds social, environmental and economic value in all its activities to make a positive, sustainable impact on both the society and the business. CSR is usually misunderstood for charity, following the bandwagon of traditional corporate philanthropy many corporates undertakes it with an underlying motive of giving the company visibility and easy gains, but this thought process is not likely to provide long-term local benefits, as it is not possible to

maintain continuity and consistency. Businesses, civil society, governments, and development agencies should work together to improve infrastructure and services whereby they can each use their core competencies to help overcome any obstacles. Theirs being a Bank whose corporate office was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi, we have been proudly following his footsteps in serving the society, even as we are growing our business for more than nine decades. OUR INITIATIVES: They understand that large-scale Corporate Social Responsibility programs need management support and involvement to make it a success and thus we realize that the management must actively promote CSR's value in the company, otherwise it will only be seen as a 'good to promote' rather than 'the way a company does businesses'. In order to ensure that our CSR objectives are met we contribute towards:

1. BUILDING THE NATION It is often said, "Today's children are Tomorrow's citizens". As a part of our Corporate Social Responsibility in creating responsible citizens of the future we realize that the children need to be groomed from a tender age to be responsible citizens and thus,

a. The Bank provides infrastructure to the schools by providing them benches, chairs and other necessary

materials. The students get school bags, uniforms and sandals for their well being. Other infrastructure like almirahs, computers, water coolers and other essentials are also provided with the active support of the Panchayat and local School Management. b. A Government of India survey reveals that drop out from the school is because of not having two square meals daily. Union Bank is indirectly helping for providing hot sumptuous meals to the students of various states by providing support to the charitable institutions.


a. The Bank has helped various Hospitals by providing Ambulances to transport patients in and out of the Hospital. b. The bank not only understands the critical health issues but also propagates the same to the village folks by conducting regular health camps and blood donation camps in various centres across the country.


a) They have introduced an insurance scheme 'Janashree Bima Yojana' with the co-operation of LIC

to the women members of credit linked Self Help Groups. They have also introduced 'Aam Aadmi Bima Yojana' for the hawkers who have availed loans from us thorough our biometric card loan product. b) During various Natural Calamities that has affected the nation, Union Bank has always extended a helping arm to the affected areas by providing financial support.

4. EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION: Their Bank not only actively involves itself in CSR but also makes the employees enthusiastic about the work they are doing. They try to understand that the involvement of the employees is very important in running a successful CSR program. So, they motivate their employees by conducting various workshops, from time to time, to establish healthy linkages between all members of a multi-stakeholder and multi-sector society. All their employees play an important role in the economic growth of the country. In addition to driving economic growth, their active participation has a direct effect on poverty alleviation through the Bank's own policies and practices. 5. INCLUSIVE GROWTH INITIATIVE

Another instance where we are furthering CSR by the development of the people is through Financial Inclusion. Here they provide banking services through

bio-metric smart card and business correspondents under the branchless banking mode to people hitherto excluded from formal banking channels like the hawkers and street children of Mumbai & other cities, the beneficiaries of Wages under NREGPS & SSP and the small milk-pourers with National Dairy Development Board. They have a wide range of products to suit their specific needs like Micro-Credit repayable in Equated Weekly Installment (a first of its kind in the industry) matching their flow of revenue, an inbuilt Micro-Insurance for all those who avail a loan with a nominal premium to cover their major risks and a Micro-Remittance product. They have enrolled more than 3.2 million customers up to Sep, 10 for a No-Frill Account based on Biometric Smart Card technology. Initially, we provide them only a No Frills SB account, but gradually we are introducing them to other products that are available in the formal banking channel like deposit products, loan products and remittance products, albeit in small size. Thus, the more these products are used the social and economic up-liftment of the beneficiaries is facilitated.


The Bank has also established Chairs at Madras school of Economics, Chennai, Great lake institute of Management-Chennai, and IIM, Ahmedabad for

centres of Banking Excellence with a total corpus amount of Rs.4.50 crores. The Bank has also provided financial assistance to various social causes through institutions like Raksha, Cochin - a school for disabled children, Ramakrishna Mission- Nagpur, Madhyagram Municipality- Kolkata, Satchidananda Institute of Medical Sciences- Kerala, Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti- Jaipur, and Cochin Child Foundation.

After studying all the 20 companies and making an in-depth study on 2 companies it can be concluded that CSR being a vast subject has a great importance for any organisation as well as the society. To see beyond the organistional boundaries and coming out to give back to the society, itself is a rewarding act. In India CSR has become a compulsory act as per Department of Public Enterprises. Many full fledged companies have gone beyond the

2% lower barrier, only to reach heights in Corporate Social Responsibility.


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