Hindustan Zinc Limited
Hindustan Zinc Limited is committed towards harmonious and sustainable development of the communities. the company believes in inclusive and equitable growth, and has been incessantly contributing towards the society
Shyam Steel has always believed that collaborating with schools will help revolutionise the education system of the country and lead to holistic development in the future.
CSR projects as enablers
Corporate Social Responsibility, when it was initiated, was a vague concept which implied donating a certain amount of money to social causes and organisations from time to time.
In its bit to tackle cancer, the company has associated with the Thakurpukur Cancer Hospital to help the needy patients with their treatment costs every month.
Working for various causes
For Shyam Steel, corporate social responsibility is one of the most meaningful engagements that exists between an organisation and its surroundings.
Safe drinking water
REC has been conscious of the pushing need for contributing to improved access to safe drinking water to the deprived population and has taken up several initiatives in this direction
Rural infrastructure is vital to economic growth and poverty alleviation in the villages.
Empowering women and encouraging their entrepreneurial spirit is a vital aspect of REC's CSR objectives.
REC integrates sustainability in its core business and commits itself to conducting its business operations with minimal impact on the environment and natural resources.
Health and wellness
The National Health Mission Programme has been running since the year 2005 in India with the aim to strengthen healthcare system in rural and urban areas.
Quality education is one of the United Nation's seventeen sustainable development goals.
Skill Development is a focus area for REC, in line with the national development objectives.
Skill development & financial inclusion through CSR
Centurion University and UBSF are shaping the lives of most backward communities by building skills and transforming under privileged youth into productive citizens
The Union Bank Social Foundation has also been actively working towards the upliftment of the society through various ways.
Recognising the importance of education and basic schooling, the foundation has put lot of thrust by ensuring right to education.
Union Bank Social Foundation Trust has built a good rapport among the local community, organisations and the government departments especially with the representatives from the Health Department of the district.
Toyota's mission is to establish a biodiversity zone where children can learn and observe environmental ideas in action, while communities experience preservation live.
Health & Hygiene
TKM has constructed 724 units in Ramnagara and Bengaluru; Varanasi and Vaishali, benefiting 27,370 girl children.
TKM believes that good quality education is the gateway in breaking the cycle of poverty.
TKM runs a unique three-year skill development initiative called the Toyota Technical Training Institute [TTTI] that encompasses holistic mind and body development as well as soft and hard skills training.
The Toyota Safety Education Programme (TSEP) was launched in response to the increasing number of fatal road accidents in India.
In partnership with Switzerland based DURE Technologies, the programme aims at creating a replicable and sustainable model integrating technology, an efficient operating model and community mobilisation.
Creating sanitation change leaders at community level
The project in its second phase aims to and made significant contrition to make 7 districts of Maharashtra along with 200 semi urban areas of Maharashtra and villages in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar open defecation free.
Driving change through 'Dettol School Hygiene' modules
'Dettol School Hygiene' module aims to create hygiene and sanitation awareness amongst children, who in turn, educate their families and communities.
Hexaware has an aim to create a synergy amongst its NGO partners to achieve holistic overall development of children and youth.
Dashboards are provided that capture the impact created on beneficiaries over time.
Ericsson has partnered with Smile Foundation as part of the 'Smile Twin e- Learning Project' (STeP) to address the issue of burgeoning youth unemployment in India's urban centres.
With a deep-rooted presence in the rural areas of the country, and a large employee base of around 18,000 employees, Mahindra Finance is one of the leading rural NBFCs of India.
Abbott's 'Total Sanitation Project' was an initiative to further the cause of 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' in two villages near Abbott's nutrition manufacturing facility in Gujarat.
The right monitoring platform
Goodera is a global CSR and sustainability management company, co- headquartered in Bengaluru and Menlo Park.
Stubble burning in Punjab
RB in collaboration with AFCSR (ASSOCHAM Foundation for Corporate Social Responsibility), has initiated a project on behaviour change communication programme on air pollution in Punjab to reduce stubble burning.
From being enablers to being entrepreneurs
CSR done with the right intent is very satisfying.
Tree plantation drives in UP and UK
RB is contributing to mitigate air pollution with the launch of a programme in association with SankalpTaru, GIWA and ASSOCHAM.
Main CSR projects
PG Foils focus on people's welfare and spreading community good, which has benefitted the rural population to a large extent. Education, healthcare, assisting widows, women and elderly are some of the areas in which the company continues to do a lot of work through its various CSR projects and initiatives across various states.HEALTHCARENanesh PG Memorial Hospital: A 100- bed Hospital, everything here is offered free of cost to the people. All expenses of medicines, admissions, treatments, surgeries, food, lodging etc. are taken care of by PG Foils. The Hospital has a physiotherapist, dentist, gynaecologist, physician and also a child specialist taking care of most emergency medical needs of the people.EDUCATIONSundarbhai Madhayamik Vidyalaya: PG Foils has given money to the government for the setting up of a Government School, the Sundarbhai Madhayamik Vidyalaya. Money is also given for the maintenance and upkeep of the school.
Top CSR Projects
RB launched an ambitious five-year programme 'Dettol Banega Swachh India' in 2015, to support, compliment and significantly contribute to Government of India's initiative 'Swachh Bharat Mission' that aims at making India open defecation free by 2019.
Self-oriented but instrumental - Sustainability
United Breweries Limited aspires to be a water positive organisation by the year 2025 and as of March, 2017, 38 per cent of the fresh water consumed by its breweries is recharged.
Sensitive but irreplaceable - Healthcare
In 11 states, impacting over 35,000 people, UBL's interventions have aided in creating a healthier and hygienically sustainable environment.
Elementary and crucial - Primary Education
UBL has Primary Education programmes in 13 states, benefiting 11,000 school-going children.
Basic but invaluable - Water
With the water initiatives, problems like limited access to safe drinking water, dried-up borewells and non-functional hand pumps are no more troublesome issues for the villagers.
The top CSR projects undertaken by the company and its foundation
Towards this end, Persistent Foundation funds 30 girls annually for a year-long nursing course, that includes a 6-month practical training period.
Top 5 CSR Project
The company believes in ‘empowerment through education’ and thereby works to bridge the gap in the pedagogy by qualitative and quantitative improvement.
Top CSR projects
NTPC has been in the forefront of supporting the special needs community.
CSR projects as enablers
NSDC-led CSR skill development projects have been remarkably successful in enabling entrepreneurship through Self Help Groups (SHGs) and Farmer Interest Groups (FIGs) across various states of the country.
Partnerships to augment skill development
This multistakeholder project represents an investment of over INR 2 crore (contributed by SBI Card under their CSR Project) and nearly 300 hours.
The Phase I of 'Shubh Aarambh' programme concluded successfully in 2017, with the end line survey showing significant progress in metrics through improved knowledge, shift in attitudes and behaviour among children, mothers on nutrition and general health.
Creating meaningful social impact
Shubh Aarambh programme involves many important stakeholders in the project, one of them being the Mondelez India volunteers.
Maruti Suzuki is committed to improving standards of road safety on Indian roads by imparting quality driving training. Providing skills, knowledge and attitudinal inputs to both road users and road drivers, the Company has strategically reached out to key segments since the year 2000.
With the world's largest youth demography, India's biggest challenge is to equip them with skills that are employable and offer sustainable growth.
A predominant area of concern across project sites relates to enhancing quality of government school education.
Water and sanitation
A dedicated team works closely with village panchayats for upgradation of projects and to improve water and sanitation conditions.
Water, sanitation and education have emerged as the three most critical areas calling out for urgent attention.
Success stories at a glance
The foundation's thrust is to help bright and deserving students from rural and semi-urban areas over the years has started giving results.
Reaching out in all spheres
The foundation took upon itself the massive task of cleaning up the Khadakwasla Dam Reservoir.
Araku: creating wealth
By successfully establishing a coffee cooperative and a sustainable biodiversity programme in the Araku region of Andhra Pradesh, the Naandi Foundation has encouraged entrepreneurship, founded on the concept of shared value and resonating with the philosophy of 'Rise for Good'.
Rise for safe roads
A key aspect of the 'Rise for Safe Roads' project is the Anticipatory Driving and Accident Prevention Training (ADAPT) programme.
Damoh: rejuvenating rural India
In terms of water availability, India is in the 'water stressed' category with less than 1700 m3 of water per person per year.
Smart: skilling India
By 2020, 64% of India's population will be in the working age group and India will be the youngest country in the world with an average age of 29 years. The economy is in a unique position to reap this demographic dividend.
Education reigns supreme
Nanhi Kali:Today, almost 20 million girls are denied education in India, with one out of every two girls dropping out of school before grade 10. In fact, the dropout rate is the highest when girls reach adolescence.
MGL believes that to enable someone to achieve his full potential and to chase his dream is to empower them. MGL's empowerment initiative is therefore directed to enable one to find himself.
MGL firmly believes that the only way to transform a nation is through education. MGL, therefore, placed education as one of the topmost priority areas of intervention.
Success story that inspires
L&T's Integrated Community Development Program (ICDP), has a considerable number of success stories, as an extension of the huge impact it has had across communities where work has been done.
Top CSR projects
Larsen & Toubro takes up social and community responsibilities in every sphere and sector that it operates.
Water and sanitation to improve the quality of living
The thrust area of water and sanitation was adopted in 2014-15.
Skill-building makes youth future ready
L&T started its first Construction Skills Training Institute in 1995, in Chennai. Currently, the skillbuilding initiative through CSTIs has spread over eight states of the country, providing skill sets in construction and allied trades.
Education fosters holistic growth
Initiatives are based both in the community as well as school.
L&T initiatives involve conducting diagnostic and health camps for women and children, reproductive health and immunisation, malnutrition and anaemia mitigation camps, school and community health camps, eye camps, blood donation and health awareness programmes.
High 5 CSR projects
KCPL welfare and development schemes have continued to benefit the community through activities ranging from environment and youth empowerment to skill development that are taken care of through year round events.
Vocational training and skill development
The company's vocational training institutes develop human resources that will contribute to the nation's development on the infrastructural front.
JK Cement has undertaken various initiatives to reduce environmental footprint and grow sustainably.
JK Cement swachhability run
JK Cement spearheaded the noble cause of SwachhAbility and organised a unique run that carried a strong message about two important causes i.e. inclusion of divyangs (specially abled) as equals in the society and Swachh Bharat.
Infrastructure forms the foundation of every thriving economy that facilitates and spurs economic growth.
JK Cement attaches as much importance to health as it does to safety.
Literacy and education, keys to prosperity and opportunity, are an integral part of the social framework of any developing country.
A step forward
Corporate Responsibility has been integral to the company's vision.
Being an enabler
Employability, innovation and entrepreneurship can be best realised through sustained efforts and investments in education.
High 5 CSR Projects
HZL has been engaging in various activities to up-lift the conditions of the people living in neighbourhood areas.
Employees and their families are involved in Corporate Social Responsibility activities across the organisation
Other projects under Hero We Care
Under this flagship programme at Gujar Ghatal, a rural village in Rewari district of Haryana, was made a prototype of a model village and a smart village.
In its bit towards creating a truly equitable world, the company has a few flagship programmes including 'Hamari Pari', 'Educate to Empower' (E2) and 'Enable'.
Ride Safe India (RSI) is another flagship programme and is driven by the goal of making India's roads safer and bringing down the number of road-traffic fatalities.
One of the flagship programmes of the company is 'Happy Earth', and as the name suggests, the larger objective is to bring about cumulative environmental changes and make our planet a happier place to inhabit.
Collaborating to grow
Essar Global Fund Limited (EGFL)
Mission water sufficiency and quality
Essar Global Fund Limited (EGFL)
Instilling new lease of life
Essar Global Fund Limited (EGFL)
Top CSR projects
In 2013, a catastrophic flash flood occurred in Uttarakhand, which wreaked havoc and destroyed the valley completely. GAIL conceived this project to extend long-term support to the affected community in an integrated manner, adopting a multi-sectoral and multi-hazard approach.
- Women like me are always confined to their homes, overburdened with roles that are decided by the patriarchal society, doing household chores, feeding and rearing children; but now after my association with 'Sakhi', I realised and proved that my role as a woman need not be limited to doing household chores; I have a lot more to do.- Babubai Dangi, Bichdi, Udaipur
Awards & Recognitions
Shyam Sundar Beriwala, Chairman, Emeritus, Shyam Steel, shares how giving and sharing is not just the thumb rule for the company, but also the primary cornerstone in its efforts to create a better tomorrow.
Dr PV Ramesh, Chairman and Managing Director, REC, says that commitment towards nation-building constitutes the company's core value.
Rajkiran Rai G, MD & CEO, Union Bank of India, talks about how Union Bank Social Foundation has been working towards sustainable growth and development of social objective
Akito Tachibana, Managing Director, Toyota Kirloskar Motor Private Limited, stresses that the businesses need to take CSR as a responsibility to give it back to the society, regardless of whether they make profit or not.
Ravi Bhatnagar, Head, External Affairs and Partnerships, Reckitt Benckiser, talks about the company's CSR journey and the impact created.
Abhishek Humbad and Richa Bajpai, Founders and Co-CEOs, Goodera, talk about their one-of-its-kind, revolutionary platform that helps businesses monitor and track the impact of CSR initiatives
Pankaj P Shah, CEO and Managing Director, PG Foils, talks about how the company has changed the lives of people
Shekhar Ramamurthy, Managing Director, United Breweries Limited, believes that the company's objective is to impact the communities and society at large.
Abhijit Pati, CEO, Vedanta Ltd, Jharsuguda, talks about how CSR is a win-win for both the company and the community
Anand Deshpande, Founder and Managing Director, Persistent Systems Limited, gives an insight into his company's CSR projects or 'investment in society' as he likes to put it.
Gurdeep Singh, CMD, NTPC, talks about the company’s deeply ingrained belief of doing business by building corporate social relationship through Corporate Social Responsibility
Manish Kumar, Managing Director and CEO, NSDC, shares his insight into the working of the organisation that has a wide network of training partners, industry collaborations and associations with state governments
Deepak Iyer, Managing Director, Mondelez India, shares an insight into the company's CSR journey and the future roadmap.
Ranjit Singh, Head, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd., elaborates on the company's integrated and holistic development activities in the areas of road safety, skill development and community development.
Janhavi R Dhariwal, Vice Chairperson, Manikchand, talks about how the company's CSR journey has been consistent, steady and has had a meaningful and lasting impact on the society.
Rajeev Dubey, Group President (HR & Corporate Services), and CEO (After-Market Sector), Member of the Group Executive Board, believes that CSR has evolved beyond social service or financial aid. Its benefit is in the real and lasting impact it has on the communities within which it operates
Rajeev Mathur, MD, Mahanagar Gas Ltd., talks about how the company’s community outreach programmes and initiatives continue to contribute towards 3 ES : Education, Environment and Empowerment
R Shankar Raman, Whole-time Director & Chief Financial Officer, Larsen & Toubro, shares an insight into the company's CSR policy
Premraj Keshyep, Managing Director, KYB Conmat, talks about how the company was started with sole motive of making the world a better place to live in.
Yadupati Singhania, Chairman and Managing Director, JK Cement, stresses that the choices the company makes in its daily business operations directly or indirectly affects its stakeholders and the planet as a whole
Sunil Duggal, CEO, HZL, stresses that the spirit of working towards societal betterment has always been a part of the company DNA
Vijay Sethi, Chief Information Officer and Head Corporate Social Responsibility, Hero MotoCorp, shares how the organisation is working towards creating a greener, safer and equitable world.
Deepak Arora, CEO, Essar Foundation, sheds light on the key CSR initiatives undertaken by his company; how he has seen the development sector evolve and what are the challenges that lie ahead
Prafulla Kumar Gupta, Director, HR, GAIL, believes that CSR can play an instrumental role in shaping the growth trajectory of the country, especially for those living at the fringes of social growth and development