CSR Policy

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Policy.

Corporate social responsibility is an important part of our operations. Under our CSR policy, our major areas of focus are eradication of poverty and hunger, providing safe drinking water, empowerment of women, and promoting education and vigilance against COVID-19.
We partnered with the Telangana Police Department to implement various schemes and programs for the safety and empowerment of women in the neighborhood. These include providing shelter for poor and vulnerable women by establishing the Bharosa Centre. We also established “SHE” teams in operations, pursuant to which any women anticipating a threat to her safety can dial a specified number for help.
We undertake projects in the villages surrounding our manufacturing locations at Kakinada and Krishnapatnam, in Andhra Pradesh, such as providing safe drinking water by installing Reverse Osmosis Purifiers at strategic locations, and medical aid by providing X-Ray machines in various hospitals (in consultation with the local administration).
We promote education by providing required infrastructure such as school furniture and electronic equipment, as well as renovated old school buildings in villages, close to our manufacturing facilities at the Port of Krishnapatnam and Kakinada.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we contributed to the PM CARES FUND and also to the funds of various Chief Ministers of the states where we operate.
We spent ₹5.7 million, ₹51.9 million and ₹38.3 million on CSR activities during Fiscals 2019, 2020 and 2021, respectively.

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CSR Committee

The members of the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee are:

  • Savita Mahajan (Independent Director) - Chairperson;
  • Pradeep Chowdhry (Managing Director);
  • Prathap Gangaraju (Whole Time Director); and
  • Deepak Malik (Non-executive Nominee Director)

Mr. Rajesh Kumar Aggarwal, Company Secretary acts as secretary to the Committee

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