Corporate Social Resposibility For TATA Pvt Ltd


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Corporate Social Resposibility For TATA Pvt Ltd

  1. 1. Corporate Social Responsibility A Century of Trust
  2. 2. Content  About TATA  HISTORY  Company Overview  What is Corporate Social Responsibility  Corporate Social Responsibility of TATA
  3. 3. Tata Group established in 1868 as a Trading Company in eastern India Founded in the vision of Jamsetji Tata, a true nationalist  1902 incorporated the first Indian Hotel Company Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, the first luxury hotel in India  After Jamsetji’s death in 1904, his son Sir Dorab Tata took over as chair of the Tata Group. Under his leadership the group quickly diversified, venturing into a vast array of new industries ABOUT TATA’S  Tata Group remains a family-owned business, as the descendants of the founder (from the Tata family) own a majority stake in the company
  4. 4. Contd….  In 1932, Sir Nowroji Saklatwala became the group’s chair followed by Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata(J.R.D.) . His continued expansion of the company into new sectors—such as chemicals (1939), technology (1945), cosmetics (1952), marketing, engineering, and manufacturing (1954), tea (1962), and software services (1968)  In 1945 Tata Group established the Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company (TELCO) to manufacture engineering and locomotive products; it was renamed Tata Motors in 2003
  5. 5. TATA Engineering Manufacturing Services ChemicalsEnergy Materials Communications and information technology
  6. 6. COMPANY OVERVIEW  India’s largest business Group having over 100 operating companies out of which 32 are publicly listed  The combined market capitilisation of all the 32 listed Tata companies was $89.88 billion as of March 2012. Tata receives more than 58% of its revenue from outside India.  Operations over 80 Countries  Products & Services exported to 85 Countries  Largest employer in private Sector over 3,00,000 employees
  7. 7. LIST OF TATA GROUP CHAIRMEN Dorab Tata (1904–1932)Jamsetji Tata (1887–1904)
  8. 8. Nowroji Saklatwala (1932–1938) J. R. D. Tata (1938–1991)
  9. 9. Ratan Tata (1991–2012) Cyrus Mistry (2012 present)
  10. 10. Corporate Social Responsibility At the Tata Group our purpose is to improve the quality of life of the communities we serve. Our heritage of returning to society what we earn evokes trust among consumers, employees, shareholders and the community. Tata Steel volunteers 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
  11. 11. 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 Returning to the Society ..
  12. 12. 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.
  13. 13. 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
  14. 14. 14 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, Piscicultur e etc.  Community entrepreneurship Facilitated more than 500 enterprises
  15. 15. Touching the lives of 25000 families in 500 villages Areas 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
  16. 16. VOCATIONAL TRAINING Developing Marketable Skills… Creating Employability Handicrafts skill up-gradation Motor driving Soap making Motor repair Stitching & designing
  17. 17. Better Health Infrastructure… Tata Main Hospital Hospitals in Gobarghati, Joda, Sukinda, Belpahar, Beleipa da and Bamnipal  Mobile Health Clinics for the rural interiors AIDS awareness, Project Astha and regular health Camps “Lifeline Express” brought for the remote rural villages in different parts of the Country  Serves 0.40 million populace annually
  18. 18. Curative Healthcare Lifeline Express ‘The Hospital on Wheels’ More than 60,000 persons benefited
  19. 19. Promotive & Preventive Health care Voluntary Blood Donation Association Award 2099 drinking water structures installed till date Total Sanitation Campaign- 19,000 low cost toilets (approx.) installed
  20. 20. Our Fight Against HIV/AIDS ‘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 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
  21. 21. Towards an educated communities…
  22. 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
  23. 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 all cutures Revival of traditional sports, dance forms & herbal medicine Enabling rural artisans & crafts persons
  24. 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
  25. 25. 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 Our CSR – Approach