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  1. 1. Social responsibility of By sumit david tirkey section-b dms groups
  2. 2. Founded:1976, Bombay, India Founder : Anil Agarwal Headquarter : London, United Kingdom Employees:30,000 (2010) Products:Copper, Aluminium, Zinc, Lead, G old, Iron ore,Metallurgical coke and Petrolium Revenue :US$7.873 billion (2010) Operating income : $1.653 billion (2010) Profit: $598 million (2010) Total assets: $23.887 billion (2010) Total equity: $11.357 billion (2010)
  4. 4. Outreach and impact: 2005 - 2010  Strategic focus on 552 villages and 2.7 million people in eight States in India and four townships in Zambia  Literacy and education initiatives for more than 140,000 children and adult illiterates  A computer literacy programme in 300 schools and 315 literacy centres covering more than 140,000 students  28 company-run schools and a post-graduate colleges for girls reaching out to 16,000 students  Health care services provided to 5.7 million people  18 company-run hospitals and health posts  250,000 children in 2,952 schools covered under the midday meal programme through eight centralised kitchens in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Orissa  2,546 Vedanta Bal Chetna Anganwadi Centres covering 132,000 children
  5. 5. CONT…..  Work in progress for a) the 350-bed Vedanta Cancer Hospital & Research Centre at Raipur in Chhattisgarh and b) the Vedanta Hindustan Zinc Heart Hospital at Udaipur in Rajasthan  13,840 acres of land brought under cultivation and watershed covering 17,425 farmers  Veterinary services benefiting 456,581 cattle  27,100 women enrolled in 2,050 self-help groups with cumulative savings of Rs. 63.4 million  100 villages covered under the Integrated Village Development Programme  A CSR Advisory Board in Orissa comprising eminent personalities to guide and periodically assess CSR performance  CSR investment over five years of Indian National Rupees (INR) 463.6 crore (US$100.7 million).  Our teams of 77 full-time development personnel, 342 community co- ordinators (who are natural leaders from the same communities) and 111 NGO and government partners have made our endeavors tremendously successful, resulting in rich dividends.
  6. 6. AWARDS  Construction Industry Development Council(CIDC), Viswakarma Award for Social Responsibility, 2010,BALCO  Wockhardt Foundation, India Shining Initiative, "Best CSR in Mining Sector" award, 2010, Sterlite Industries (I) Ltd  Bombay Stock Exchange, Runners up for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Practices,2010, Sesa Goa  CII - National Award for Excellence in Water Management, 2009, HZL  Ms Dhanalaxmi and Ms Maria Ponnammal of the Sterlite Women Empowerment Project, 2009, received the “National Virtual Academy Fellowship” award from the M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation  The CSR Green Triangle Award, 2009, Sesa Goa  The Asian CSR Award, 2008, in the Poverty Alleviation category, HZL  ‘Business Leader: Fighting Malaria’ by the Ministry of Health and Zambia Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, 2008, KCM  Golden Peacock CSR Award, 2008, HZL and BALCO  Golden Peacock Global Award for CSR Reporting, 2008, Vedanta Resources plc  FICCI Award for Rural & Community Development, 2008, HZL  CII-ITC Sustainability Award, Commendation for Strong Commitment, 2008, to SIIL and Sesa Goa  Think Odisha Leadership Award, 2008, made jointly by Tefl and Times of India Group for best CSR Practicing Company, VAL Jharsuguda  Pegasus Gold CSR Award, 2008, HZL  First Prize for Corporate Social Responsibility, for Sesa Goa Ltd by the Inspectorate of Factories and Boilers, Government of Goa, Government of India and Green Triangle Society, Goa  St John’s Ambulance Award, 2008, VAL, Lanjigarh  National Sustainability Award by Indian Institute of Metals in Pig Iron & DR Plant Category, 2008, Sesa Industries Ltd  State Level Bhamashah Award for five units of HZL  Nirmal Gram Puraskar, 2008, to Sukhawara Panchayat, of CLZS, HZL and BALCO for Sanitation Project by the President of India
  7. 7. THANK YOU!