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  • The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – which range from halving extreme poverty to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, all by the target date of 2015 – form a blueprint agreed to by all the world’s countries and all the world’s leading development institutions. They have galvanized unprecedented efforts to meet the needs of the world’s poorest.
  • The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – which range from halving extreme poverty to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, all by the target date of 2015 – form a blueprint agreed to by all the world’s countries and all the world’s leading development institutions. They have galvanized unprecedented efforts to meet the needs of the world’s poorest.

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  • 1. Corporate Social Responsibility A Century of TrustPresented to : Prof. AMIr JAfAr strUCtUred BY : dIPAnJAn roY MBA II seM ; roLL – 26 tHe UnIVersItY of BUrdWAn
  • 2. (1839 – 1904) “In a free enterprise, the community is not just another stake holder in the business but in fact the very purpose of its existence.” Jamsetji Tata Tata Group Founder’s Philosophy - A Legacy … Hotels - 1902Hotels - 1902 IISC - 1911IISC - 1911Power - 1910Power - 1910 Airlines - 1932Airlines - 1932 Steel - 1907Steel - 1907Motors - 1945Motors - 1945 Trusteeship, Integrity, Respect for Individuals, Credibility & Excellence
  • 3. The Group Purpose At the Tata Group our purpose is to improve the quality of life of the communities we serve. We do this through leadership in sectors of national economic significance, to which the group brings a unique set of capabilities. This requires us to grow aggressively in focused area of business. Our heritage of returning to society what we earn evokes trust among consumers, employees, shareholders and the community. This heritage will be continuously enriched by formalizing the high standards of behaviors expected from employees and companies. The Tata name is a unique asset representing leadership with trust. Leveraging this asset to enhance group synergy and becoming globally competitive is the route to sustained growth and long-term success.
  • 4. Returning to the Society … Tata Sons Limited Sir Dorabji Tata Trust Sir Ratan Tata Trust Other Trusts - RD Tata Trust - JRD Tata Trust - MK Tata Trust -Sarvajanik Sewa Trust - Tata Education Trust -Tata Social Welfare Trust 66 % shareholding Non-Profit, Non-sectarian philanthropic organizations Partner Organizations Constructive Philanthropy & Sustainable Social Development
  • 5. Sir Dorabji Tata Trust Sir Ratan Tata Trust Other Tata Trust • Endowment for Creation of National Institutions • Indian Institute of Science • Tata Institute of Social Sciences • Tata Memorial Centre for Cancer Research and Treatment • Tata Institute of Fundamental Research • Tata Agricultural & Rural Training Centre for the Blind • National Centre for Performing Arts • Sir Dorabji Tata Centre for Research in Tropical Diseases • JRD Tata Eco-technology Centre • National Institute of Advanced Studies Development Assistance Natural Resource Management & Rural Livelihoods Urban Poverty & Livelihoods Education & Health Civil Society, Governance & Human Rights Art & Culture Disaster Relief & Small Grants • Scholarship for Higher Education • Disaster Relief
  • 6. Corporate Social Responsibility & Accountability Policy • Tata Steel believes that the primary purpose of a business is to improve the quality of life of people. • Tata Steel shall volunteer its resources, to the extent it can reasonably afford, to sustain and improve healthy and prosperous environment and to improve the quality of life of the employees and the communities it serves. • Tata Steel shall conduct its business ever mindful of its social accountability, respecting applicable laws and with regard for human dignity. • Tata Steel shall positively impact and influence its partners in fostering a sense of social commitment for their stakeholders.
  • 7. 7 Our CSR Commitments …  Signatory - UN Global Compact  Founder Member - Global Business Coalition on AIDS  Member -CII-Social Development Community Affairs Committee Adopted CII-UNDP Social Code  Member - Corporate Roundtable on Environment & Sustainable Development The Energy Research Institute ( TERI) Member - Global Reporting Initiative Board Member -International Iron & Steel Institute Project Group on Sustainability indicator for Steel.
  • 8. Millennium Development Goals  Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger  Achieve universal primary education  Promote gender equality and empower women  Reduce child mortality & Improve maternal health  Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases  Ensure environmental sustainability  Develop a Global Partnership for Development Aspirations of the Community Perception of the Stakeholders Our CSR – Approach …
  • 9. CSR Strategy … • Empower communities by building various forms of capacities, skills, human and social capital. • Create & Measure the formation of Sustainable Livelihoods • Focus on Youth through Vocational Training, Inclusion & absorption across the supply chain as artisans, entrepreneurs and micro-enterprise. • Consciously deploy technology to help people. • Synergize with the local area development plans.
  • 10. Structuring the Deployment … • Jamshedpur • West Bokaro • Noamundi • Jamadoba • Joda • Sukinda / Bamnipal • Gopalpur • Kalinga Nagar • Belpahar • Bileipada • Athagarh • Jagdalpur Corporate Sustainability Services (TSRDS, TSFIF, TCS and Urban Services) Environment Management Department Total Quality Management (Business Excellence) Medical Services – Tata Main Hospital at Jamshedpur and Six more hospitals at different operational locations in Orissa. Tata Football Academy, Tata Archery Academy, Tata Athletic Academy & Tata Steel Sports Feeder Centre Adventure Programs Jamshedpur Utility Services Company (JUSCO) (township, water, electricity, public health, roads/ infrastructure, horticulture service, education)
  • 11. Empowering Communities • Land & Water Management • Rural Livelihood • Health & Sanitation • Education & Skill Development • Sports • Infrastructure Development • Advocacy – Right To Information, Training of PRI members Inclusive Growth the touchstone of sustainability
  • 12. In Orissa the Company touches the lives of 25000 families in 500 villages Areas of ImpactAreas of Impact Land and Water Management - 5763 Acres of land shifted from single cropping to second and third cropping - 2455 acres of wasteland converted to cultivable land - 6225 acres covered through Cashew, Mango and Chilli plantation - 1400 acres of Perennial Plantation added Rural Enterprise Development through Self help Groups - 500 Self Help Groups supported Vocational Training Programme for youth for alternate sources of employment
  • 13. 13 Pisciculture SHG’s products in a fair – Bamboo work SHG nursery enterprise Alternative avenues for sustainable development…towards women’s empowerment RURAL ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT  Agriculture  Poultry, Goatry, Pisciculture etc.  Community entrepreneurship Facilitated more than 500 enterprises
  • 14. VOCATIONAL TRAINING Developing Marketable Skills…Creating Employability Handicrafts skill up-gradation Motor driving Soap making Motor repair Stitching & designing
  • 15. Better Health Infrastructure… Tata Main Hospital at Jamshedpur Hospitals in Gobarghati, Joda, Sukinda, Belpahar, Beleipada and Bamnipal  ICU in Joda and Bolangir  CHC at Bari and Kuhika  Mobile Health Clinics for the rural interiors AIDS awareness, Project Astha and regular health Camps “Lifeline Express” brought 5 times to the remote rural villages of Orissa & 10 times to other parts of the Country  Serves 0.40 million populace annually in Orissa
  • 16. 16 2099 drinking water structures installed till date Total Sanitation Campaign- 19,000 low cost toilets (approx.) installed Voluntary Blood Donation Association Award Promotive & Preventive Health care
  • 17. 17 ‘Operation Muskan’ – Cleft lip/ Cleft palate Surgeries Lifeline Express ‘The Hospital on Wheels’ More than 60,000 persons benefited Curative Healthcare TB treatment Cataract operations
  • 18. 18 Road rallies/ Dist. pamphlets Street Play ‘Sneh Kendra’ Counseling, Referral & Support for People Living With HIV AIDS; covering 27, 000 population TSFIF Resource Centre HIV/AIDS training for peer educators, local NGOs, etc Care and Support Center Ganjam district, Orissa Sukinda, Jajpur District, Orissa Economic Rehabilitation- women infected & affected SHG formation Artificial jewellery training Red ribbon making Our Fight Against HIV/AIDS Project Kavach- reduce STDs among long distance truckers Project Sathi – provide care & support to the HIV/AIDs affected TERI Corporate Award For HIV/AIDS 2008
  • 19. 19 Early Child Education Centre Camp school Adult Literacy classes ECE Teacher Orientation Training Towards an educated communities… Improving the literacy status in our areas of operation
  • 20. 20 Towards an educated communities…  Constructed Institute of Mathematics Set up J N Tata Technical Education Centre in Gopalpur  Project Shikshya drives education in rural Orissa  Constructed / Facilitated more than 200 educational institutions from 1990s  Facilitated higher education institutes like Sukinda College, Joda Women College etc  Adult literacy by TCS, Community education  Set up a Centenary Learning Centre at XIMB  Signed an MOU with KISS to foster tribal education
  • 21. 22 SPORTS – A way of Life Tata Football Academy Tata Archery Academy Tata Athletics Academy Tata Steel Adventure Foundation Talent hunt for sporting Talents Sports Feeder Centres Stadium at Keonjhar Special Olympics for Differently Abled
  • 22. 23 Preservation of Heritage Encouraging Art & Culture Contribution to setting up National Centre for Performing Arts, Mumbai Preserving & promoting indigenous heritage Tribal Culture Centre showcases legacy of 9 tribes of Jharkhand & Orissa Revival of traditional sports, dance forms & herbal medicine Enabling rural artisans & crafts persons Gramshree Mela Maghe Parab
  • 23. 24 DISASTER RELIEF • Tata Relief Committee - has sent immediate relief in times of natural calamities – 1 Million Families • Long-term assistance offered Tata Relief Committee is serving in 15 districts 435 houses and 31 school-cum-cyclone shelter
  • 24.  Pioneering initiative in discovery of mineral resources in Orissa Iron Ore ( Mayurbhanj – 1904), Chrome Ore ( Sukinda 1949), Manganese Ore, Dolomite, Fireclay and Lime Stone  Asia’s first Integrated Steel Plant in Jamshedpur in 1907 in undivided Orissa, Bihar and Bengal  The early 20th Century Prospecting reports of Tata Steel helped formation of Geology department of Gov of Orissa  Tata Steel Industrial and Mining operations have created self- sustained townships like that in Joda, Sukinda, Gomardih and Belpahar with facilities for Schools, Hospitals and Livelihoods. Orissa – Tata Steel : United for Progress
  • 25.  The current Industrial and Mining Operations of Tata Steel in Orissa has created employment opportunities for 20,000 in the state of Orissa.  Today the Steel City of Jamshedpur has more than 3 Lakh Oriya population  The Tata Group over the period have created employment opportunities for more than 100,000 Oriyas in the filed of steel, software, automobile and its other sectors  Tata Steel’s Community Initiatives touches the lives of 25,000 families in 500 villages of Orissa Orissa – Tata Steel : United for Progress
  • 26. AT JODA, KEONJHAR  Iron Ore Mining operations  Manganese Ore Mining operations  Ferro Alloys Plant – Set up in 1958  Tata Sponge Iron Ltd – Set up in 1986 in partnership with Govt of Orissa.  Ferro Alloys Plant at Bamnipal - disinvested to Tata Steel by Govt of Orissa in 1992 and first successful disinvesment of State Government. Orissa – Tata Steel : United for Progress
  • 27. AT SUKINDA , JAJPUR  Chomre ore discovery in Sukinda valley – 1950  For conservation of Chrome Ore, Tata Steel set up India’s first COBP in Sukinda in 1990.  Pioneering Initiative in conversion of Hexavalent Chromium through Herbal Processing Technology and Ferro Sulphate Dozing  Acquisition of 55,000 TPA Ferro Alloys Plant near Athagarh AT SUNDARGARH  Manganese Ore Mining operations  Dolomite Mining operations Orissa – Tata Steel : United for Progress
  • 28. AT BELPAHAR , JHARSUGUDA  Set up India’s first refractory plant in 1958 in Jharsuguda  Currently diversified into ceramics manufacturing  Has set up JVs in China AT PARADIP, JAGATSINGHPUR  Has set up Port Operations Company known as Tata Matrade International Logistics Ltd in JV with Matrade I.Q Holdings GmBH of Germany  Handles 4.0 MTPA of cargo in Paradip Orissa – Tata Steel : United for Progress
  • 29. Upcoming Investments in Orissa Tata Steel – Dhamra Port – 6 mtpa Integrated Steel Plant at Jajpur – Industrial Park at Gopalpur – Ferro-Alloys & Rolling Mill at Gopalpur – Silico-Manganese Plant at Keonjhar Other Tata Companies – TCS Global Software Development Park – Ginger Hotels – Tata Power at Naraj, Cuttack – Tata- Sasol Coal-to-Liquid Project at Angul/ Dhenkanal
  • 30. The Legacy Continues … At Tata Steel, sustainable development of Community is not just a mission statement, but a living tradition. And will remain so forever. We not only work for development of villages next to our industries, but also those far away. Our continuous effort to reach out to the villages of Orissa in health care, education, livelihoods, rural infrastructure and sports, will multiply in number and reach with the upcoming new investments by the House of Tatas in the State.
  • 31. “We sometimes feel that what we do is just a drop in the ocean, but the ocean would be less because of that missing drop”