CSR Policy

Under CSR policy we desire to work closely with corporate sector as a social obligation,
with the support of Sundeep trust(NGO) founded on 2nd oct 1962 Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti by Shri. Avinash Dalal started with Rs. 11.



CSR Activities by aima-MSME with the support of Sundeep Trust


this policy, which encompasses the company's philosophy for delivering its responsibility as an Association and lays down the guidelines and mechanism for undertaking socially usefl programmes for welfare and sustainable development of the community at large

This policy sets out the Association's commitment and approach towards corporate Social Responsibility based on our legacy of 'Giving Back to Society'. The company intends to make effort in various CSR initiatives in india by devising and implementing social improvement projects for the benefit of underprivileged communities ,towns and villages.

CSR VISION ,MISSION AND OBJECTIVES

vision

To strive to transform India into a risk- aware society from being a risk- avaerse society.

Mission

corporate social Responsibility is a form of Association,s self-regulation integrated into our business model . To achieve our vision through sustainable measures, actively contributing to the socio-economic and environmental development of the community through different participatory and need based initiatives in the best interest of the poor, deprived, marginalised men, women and chldren and various such sections of the society so as to help them to become self relient and build better tomorrow for these communities and thereby creating value for the nation

Objectives

The main objective of the policy is to establish the basic principles and the general framework of action for the management to undertake and fulfil its corporate social responsibility

THRUST AREAS, IMPLIMENTATION AND MONITORING STRUCTURE

Thrust Areas

In accordance with the requirement of the companies Act,2013("the Act) The ASSOCHAM shall identify project /activities which will fall in any of the following area/sector for its CSR spending:

  • Eradicating hunger,poverty and malnutrition
  • Promoting healthcare including preventive healthcare
  • Making available safe drinking water and sanitation
  • Promoting education and enhancing Vocational Skill and Livelihood enhancement project
  • Women empowerment
  • setting up old age homes, hostels for Women and orphnce
  • vocational skill development programs to socially and economically backword group and differntly-able persons for livelihood enhancement and income generation in rural and urban areas
  • Ensuring enviroment sustainability, protection of flora and fauna including natural resources and animal welfare;
  • protection and promoting of National Heritage ,Art and Culture including traditional art and handicrafts;
  • training to promote rural sports ,nationally recongnised spports ,paralympic sports and olympic sports;
  • Contribution to prime minister national relief funds or any other fund set up by the central Goverment or the State Government for socio-economic develoment and relief and funds for the welfare of the Scheduled caste and Schedule Tribe
  • India has emerged as leading nation to make corporate socialy responsibility (CSR )mandatory with the passage of the companies Act ,2013 and the CSR(Policy)rule(the act ) from 1 April 2014.since its inception there are interesting trends emering in india's CSR discourses with special focus on the backword regions of the country. There is growing interest among government to user CSR as a medium for forming partnership with corporate , leverging CSR resourse to acelerate development ,and reducing diparing stakeholder together to creat sizeable impact on the communites . establish of such mechanism has the potential to determinant if this apporoch if this apporach has lead to projet which are scalable ad \or relicable