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responsibility voluntary voluntary development growth environment green giving back responsibility responsibility development education co-operation growth ethics method goals standard idea support ethics role social fair social RELATING TO THE TEXTILE SECTOR FOR ITS IMPACT AND SCOPE FOR FUTURE February, 2017 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR)
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RELATING TO THE TEXTILE SECTOR FOR ITS IMPACT AND SCOPE FOR FUTURE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) Disclaimer The information and analysis contained in this document has been prepared by Technopak Advisors Pvt. Ltd. It is intended for the use of Ministry of Textiles. Use of any data, information or portions of this document is strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of Technopak or Ministry of Textiles. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure high quality and accuracy of content in the preparation of this document, Technopak assumes no responsibility for errors and omissions related to the data, calculations or the analysis contained therein and in no event will Technopak, its associates, directors or employees be liable for direct, special, incidental or consequential damages (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information) arising directly or indirectly from the use of (or failure to use) this document. The data used in the report was last updated in September, 2015.
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Glossary 6 Foreword 8 Acknowledgements 9 Executive Summary 10 Chapter 1: Introduction 14 1.1. Overview of CSR in India 14 1.2. Companies Act, 2013 14 1.3. Evolution of CSR 15 1.4. Corporate Sustainability Reporting Standards 16 1.5. Opportunities 18 1.6. Challenges 19 1.7. Road Ahead 21 Chapter 2: Project Background and Methodology 22 2.1 Project Background 22 2.2 Project Methodology 22 2.2.1. Rationale for Short-listing Top 209 Non-Textile Companies 22 2.2.2. Rationale for Short-listing Top 50 Textile Companies 24 2.2.3. Rationale for Short-Listing Top 65 NGOs 24 2.2.4. Data Entry Template 25 2.2.5. Research Methodology 26 2.2.6. Research Universe 27 2.2.7. Implementation Partner Feedback-Methodology 29 2.2.8. Benchmarking of NGO for CSR activities 29 Chapter 3: Analysis 30 3.1 Analysis of Textile Companies 30 3.2 Analysis of Non-Textile Companies 46 3.3 Analysis of Textile and Non Textile Companies (Combined) 65 Chapter 4: Innovative Models & Best Practices in CSR 76 Chapter 5: International Experience in CSR activities and Way Forward 83 Chapter 6: Recommendations 85 Chapter 7: Annexure 86 Annexure 1: Benchmarking of NGO for CSR Activities 86 Annexure 2: CSR Index by BSE and IICA 88 CONTENTS
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LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1: Distribution of companies as per turnover (above and below INR 1000 cr.) 27 Figure 2: Distribution of companies with PAT (above and below INT 100 cr.) 27 Figure 3: Distribution of companies interviewed with turnover above INR 1000 cr. 27 Figure 4: Distribution of companies interviewed with PAT below INR 100 cr. 28 Figure 5: Distribution of companies interviewed with PAT above INR 100 cr. 28 Figure 6: Areas of CSR Spend by Textile Companies 30
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