SBI EMPLOYEES DOANTION IN PM CARES FUND
SBI employees to donate Rs 100 Cr to PM-CARES fund
SBI also decided to donate to the fund to aid in the fight against COVID-19. SBI tweeted y...
PM Modi thanks MHA employees for pledging contribution to PM-CARES fund
He was responding to a tweet by home minister Amit Shah that officers...
SBI employees pledge Rs 100 crore to PM CARES Fund to combat Covid-19
SBI chairman Rajnish Kumar said in a release: “It is a matter of pride ...
NABARD employees commit Rs 9.85 cr towards PM-CARES Fund
National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development said its employees have pledged Rs 9.85 crore towards the PM-CARES Fund to help the government fight COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus pandemic: RBI employees contribute Rs 7.30 cr to PM-CARES Fund
The total contribution from the employees amounting to Rs 7.30 crore is being remitted to the PM-CARES Fund, it said. The COVID-19 pandemic and the related dislocation in normal economic activity have severely affected economically weaker sections of the society and their means of livelihood.
Nykaa employees turn Covid warriors, raise Rs 1 cr towards PM CARES fund; Fortis Healthcare, Amazon follow suit
Nykaa has also extended their support by donating personal protection to the police.
COVID-19 pandemic: Bank of Maharashtra employees contribute Rs 5 crore towards PM-CARES Fund
The employees of the bank have decided to give up their one-day salary and two days of leave encashment to contribute towards the fund, a release said. The bank has also been nominated by the government for collection of donations for the PM-CARES Fund.
ZEE to donate 200 ambulances, 40,000 PPE kits for Covid relief
To be funded from the company’s CSR kitty, the relief package includes support to state governments and local governing bodies across 10 cities - Mumbai, Noida, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kochi and Chennai.
Donation by employees to PM-CARES fund through employer to reflect in Form 16 TDS certificate
In a notice, the Central Board of Direct Taxes has said that in cases where donation is made by an employee through his/her employer, a separate certificate u/s 80G will not be issued for every employee as contribution to the fund is in the form of consolidated payment.
ETIG Analysis: Why is CSR set to turn from 'good to know' to 'need to know' for investors?
A Sebi-constituted panel in its report last month has, among others things, proposed the allowing of CSR spends to be traded between companies with excess CSR spends and those with deficient CSR spends on the social stock exchange.
COVID-19 fight: BHEL, its employees contribute Rs 15.72 cr to PM-CARES fund
State-run engineering firm BHEL on Wednesday said the company and its employees have contributed a total of Rs 15.72 crore to the PM-CARES Fund to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
MSTC donates Rs 5.54 crore to PM Cares Fund
All employees of MSTC have pledged to donate their one day’s salary to the Prime Minister’s Cares Fund. In order to provide support to its potential bidders the company has also decided to postpone some of the scheduled auctions after June 14.
Edelweiss Group contributes Rs 2 crore to PM-Cares Fund
The company's employees have collectively raised Rs 11 lakhs to help over 25,000 migrant and vulnerable families.
MOIL contributes Rs 45 crores towards PM-CARES fund
State owned-manganese ore mining company, MOIL has contributed Rs 45 crores towards PM-CARES Fund and has also taken up various preventive measures at all its offices, mines, plant and residential townships to protect the employees and their families against the spread of Corona virus.
Senco Gold & Diamonds not to cut salaries of employees even as business takes a hit due to COVID-19
Kolkata- based Senco Gold & Diamonds, which has presence in other metros too, on Wednesday announced that there would be no salary cuts and the company will remain committed to pay all its employees at 100 plus showrooms their full salaries, regardless of the impact on company’s overall business.
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