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environment: chemicals (fertilizers, paints, plastics), mining, aviation,
thermal power generation, cement manufacture
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229 companies out of 500 in this study have been assigned a Level 0 rating
Companies doing no CSR
Companies producing cigarettes/tobacco products & liquor

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Fertilizers (12) Polymers & Plastic Products (14)
Financial Services (11) Power (16)
FMCG & Consumer Ôurables (20) Shipping & Logistics (9)
Gas Processing (5) Software & ITES (17)
Glass & Ceramic (4) Sugar (12)
Heavy Engineering (19) Textiles (28)
Hotels (4) Trading (11)
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Ôeposit (for premises) 72,000

Legal 23,000

Research 2,25,000

Brochures & Promotion 8,70,000

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March
Particulars 2009 (Amount in Rs.) 2010(Amount in Rs.) 2011(Amount in Rs.)
Sources Of Funds
Share Capital
Partners Funds 60,00,000 60,00,000 60,00,000
Reserves & Surplus
Reserves - 3,84,288 12,20,050
P & L A/c (5,75,575) 3,84,288 12,20,050

Borrowed Funds
Loan Taken - - -
Less: Installment Paid - - -
Loan Amt Remaining - - -

Total Funds Available 54,24,425 67,68,576 84,40,100

Application Of Funds
Fixed Assets
Furniture & Fixtures 950000 807500 6,86,348
Less: Depreciation @ 15% (1,42,500) (1,21,125) (1,02,952)
Computers 3,90,000 1,56,000 62,400
Less: Depreciation @ 60% (2,34,000) (93,600) (37,440)
Air Conditioners 1,03,500 87,975 74,779
Less: Depreciation @ 15% (15,525) (13,196) (11,217)
Printers 19,500 17,550 15,795
Less: Depreciation @ 10% (1,950) (1,755) (1,580)

Total Fixed Assets 10,69,025 8,39,349 6,86,133

Working Capital
Current assets:
Cash 17,42,160 23,71,691 31,01,587
Bank Balance 26,13,240 35,57,536 46,52,380

Current liabilities:
Outstanding Interest - - -
Total Funds Employed 5424425 6768576 8440100
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Particulars` 2009(Rs.) 2010(Rs.) 2011(Rs.)
et Sales (Servicing Commission) 39,00,000 47,19,000 76,05,000
Less: Cost of Goods Sold - - -
Gross Profit / Loss 39,00,000 47,19,000 76,05,000
Less: Operating Expenses
Administrative Expenses (16,06,600) (14,10,460) (15,46,461)
Selling & Distribution (25,39,000) (19,26,000) (22,45,200)
Less: Depreciation (6.33% p.a) (3,93,975) (2,29,676) (1,53,189)

Net Profit Before Tax & Interest (5,75,575) 11,52,864 36,60,150


Less: Interest (10% p.a) - - -
Net Profit Before Tax (5,75,575) 11,52,864 36,60,150
Less: Tax
Income Tax (33.33% p.a) - (384288) (1220050)
Net Profit After Tax (575575) 768576 2440100

Retained Earnings (P & L A/C) (575575) 768576 2440100


Transfer to General Reserve - 384288 1220050
Transfer to P & L A/C (575575) 384288 1220050
 

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