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Group no.6
Nidhi Mittal
Anuj Surana
Karan Malhotra
Soumik Mitra
Kush Shrimali
Gautam Malhotra

Group 6
 Provide equal employment opportunity to differently
abled in co-ordination with Ability Foundation, an NGO.
 SIPS, a division of Siemens presently employs 45
personnel who are differently abled
 When a candidate is hired by SIPS, Ability Foundation
takes an audit of the work facilities, which include the
provision of a special ramp to ensure ease in mobility
and specially designed restrooms
 Turtle Walk : It is an initiative aimed at educating the
fishing community and the general public living near
the beach on the need to protect Oliver Ridley turtles
and its turtle nests
In sync with their guiding path of five E's ,
Enrichment of mind, Enrichment of body, Education,
Empathy, Empowerment of Women and contributions
for other social activities they try to make continuous
efforts to better the lives of everyone involved with us
both, directly or indirectly.

 ENRICHMENT OF MIND : Workshops on Yoga and

nutrition Employees are taught easy steps that can be
practiced at the work place as well to derive the
benefits of Yoga. Classes on nutrition are also held at
all their plants

 ENRICHMENT OF BODY : Medical camps for women

The aim of this exercise is to ensure that all their
employees are physically fit which in turn leads to
their mental health.

 EDUCATION : Especially through vocational training to

economically backward children.
 Educational Institutions: It has set up " Welspun
Vidya Mandir ", a school up to class 10. Recently
they have set up ' Welspun Anganvadi' which is a
pre-primary school for children; these schools are
open not only to the children of the Welspun
employees but also the children of the other local
 EMPATHY Their contributions are aimed at improving
the lives of Individuals and helping them in their
society to become self supportive. Some of there
contributions include:

 Visually Impaired Children: Welspun is closely

associated with blind and visually impaired
children, specifically girls.
 Water Effluent Plant: they have set up a Water
Effluent Plant at Welspun City at Anjar in Gujarat .
This plant recycles the water to be used for
industrial and household purposes.
 Jatropha Plantation: The Jatropha plant is a drought
resistant perennial and grows well in Sandy and
well drained soil.They have undertaken a drive of
Afforestation at Welspun City where by thousands
of saplings of the Jatropha tree were planted
 Blood Donation Camps

 EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN : As part of vocational

training, they are supplying the institutes with
facilities and man power to offer free computer
classes. They organize computer courses that are
offered to working women who intend to apply for
positions in both Government and non-government

 Project “Lijjat” Programmes providing training in the

art of papad making have been organized, where
women of one hundred and forty eight Welspun
families from a tiny village have participated and have
trained for two to three hours daily. This project has
provided vocational training and in turn has led to the
women making a small amount of money that today
makes a significant difference to their lives therefore
empowering them.
KNP have chosen four specific areas and most of CSR
activities centers around the same. These include:
 Education,
 Health
 Community Development
 Enviornment Preservation
There set of CSR activities Education includes :
 Scholarship to deserving students.
 Promoting education for females.
 Vocational classes in rural areas.
 Vocation course facility for the handicapped & the
mentally challenged.
 Infrastructure facility for schools.
 Promoting education by distributing books/ equipping
 Sponsor research in design/ innovation areas in
educational Institutions
CSR activities of KNP in Health includes:
 Health Checkup camps
 Equipment to hospitals
 Financial support to those needing treatment for
critical illness
 Mobility camps
 Support Cornea collection
 Adopt themes like Renal failure & support activities in
this area

CSR in Community Development includes:

 Rural water supply facility
 Assistance during natural disasters
 Community centers
 Support activities at Old age homes
 Senior citizens outreach programs
 Welfare of families of ex- servicemen
 Traffic Signage
 Restoration of historic areas
 Preservation of Art at heritage institutions
 Sponsor activities for the underprivileged children.

CSR in Enviornmental Preservation includes:

 Tree plantation
 Water conservation projects
 Area beautification
How they operate
 Every plant works out a detailed Annual CSR activity
plan in the beginning of thefinancial year and the
activities are carried out thereafter as per the plan.
Each activityis assessed, debated & then approved.
While working out the activities, the plantkeeps in
mind the broad CSR objectives and follows the
guidelines provided in order to maintain objectivity.

 Proper reviews are carried out on the activities and

results obtained. RADAR approachis followed for every
activity. Results are identified & targets set, approach
is decidedon what they want to do and why,
approaches are deployed systematically, the
approachis assessed and reviewed for the results
achieved with learning incorporated for.improvement

Overall CSR policy :

 Their Corporate Environment Policy has identified
biodiversity enhancement as a focal point.
 The preservation of open spaces and specially green
open spaces such as mangroves has been a priority for
 Godrej's entire campus, known as Pirojshanagar, is an
industrial garden township.
 Godrej strongly believes that this green environment
enhances productivity and quality.
 It has been greatly appreciated by all their employees
and visitors.
 Mangrove conservation has been the key focus of the
Environment Cell
 Godrej has formed specialist groups, for example the
Envirotech Group – for pollution-reduction and related
 The Encon Group – for energy conservation
 Most of Godrej's businesses have the ISO 14000
certification, along with strong Environment Management
 For the Godrej family Nature has always formed an
important part of their upbringing and their garden
township at Vikhroli bears witness to this.
 Every year thousands of students visit the mangrove area.
They are guided on specially organised tours, which are
interesting and educative.
 CSR activities:
 DSPML Akanksha Centre at St. Xavier's High School,
 Akanksha Mentoring Program
 Office Assistants' Employee Children Scholarship
 Akshaya Patra Foundation
The Akshaya Patra Foundation, a not-for-profit
organization, has been providing free meals everyday
to poverty stricken school children in and around
Bangalore city (India's Silicon City) in southern India.
A Strategic program to address two of the most
pressing problems of India: Hunger & Education

 Health -Employee Awareness Program

 Camps:
Blood Donation camps.
Thalassaemia detection: organized along with Citizen,
an NGO dealing with Thalassaemia awareness and
Cancer detection: organized in conjunction with Cancer
Patient Aid Association ( CPAA), an NGO working with
Cancer patients
Hepatitis B Vaccination drive
 Lectures:
 Health & Nutrition
 Better Eyecare
 Impact India Foundation
DSPML has been associated with IMPACT India
Foundation, A registered Public Trust promoted by the
United Nations Development Programme, UNICEF, and
the World Health Organisation in association with the
Government of India, in undertaking the Disability
Reduction Project.
 DSPML also supported the highly acclaimed LIFELINE
EXPRESS, the world's first hospital on a train, during
the Gujarat Earthquake relief
 Environment and Wildlife:
Recycle & Reach Out (R&R) is a program initiated to
enable employees to recycle / donate item(s) to
deserving charities such as Asha Daan - run by Mother
Teresa's Missionaries of Charity, CPAA (Cancer Patients
Aid Association).
 Old greeting cards are donated to Jai Vakeel school for
the mentally challenged where school children use the
cards in school projects

 Used Toner and printer cartridges are donated to the

Dhanraj Pillay Academy. The sale proceeds of the
refilled cartridges augment the corpus of the
 Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS):
DSPML is assisting BNHS in some of the conservation
efforts in Borivali National Park.
The forest is also home to endangered flora & fauna
including leopards as well as the atlas moth--the
world's largest moth.
Thank You

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