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The National Small Industries Corporation Limited (NSIC) is the only Public Sector Undertaking under the administrative control of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. The details of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects/activities of NSIC and the areas where CSR were spent during the last two years are given at Annexure-I and Annexure-II, respectively.

An evaluation cum impact assessment study for CSR projects /activities was conducted by NSIC in FY 2017-18 through the Society for Socio-Economic Studies and Services (SSESS), a National level Data Collection, Processing & Analytical Research & Development Oriented Institution. The report assigned ‘Outstanding & Great performance’ to the NSIC’s CSR projects.

There was no contribution from CSR fund of NSIC to PM’s fund during the last two years. However, the details of CSR funds spent on amelioration of poverty and ensuring gender equality is enclosed at Annexure-III.

Annexure-I

Year-wise details of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects/activities of NSIC and the areas where CSR were spent during the last two years:

 

Financial year 2017-18

S. No.SectorNature of ProjectImplementing AgencyAmount Spent (Rs.)
1.Health Care Including  Preventive Health CareProvided Chemotherapy, Radio Diagnosis, Surgical needs, Prosthetics, Nutritional support, Educational support and services of Physiotherapist and counsellor to cancer affected children below poverty lineMithras Foundation10,38,500/-
Conducted Eye camps, performed cataract Surgeries, Health camps, and performed Corrective Surgeries for the children

 

Association for Blindness & Leprosy Eradication (ABLE)17,50,000/-
Women Children Welfare And Rural Development Society (WARDS)15,56,888/-
Sanjeevani Social Welfare Society17,31,175/-
Organized Health Camps and provided Artificial Limbs, Wheel Chairs, Tri-Cycles, Hearing aids and Crutches and Medical Assistance  to Differently AbledBharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust Punjab8,97,500/-
Artificial Limbs Mfg. Corp. of India (ALIMCO)9,97,273/-
Blind People’s Association (India)19,99,700/-
Performed Reconstructive Surgeries of Hand, Foot, Eyes etc. for people who affected by Grade II deformities due to leprosyThe Leprosy Mission Trust India (TLMTI)4,69,920/-
Organized Diabetes Treatment Camps for weaker sections of the societyDiabetes Care Foundation of India (DCFI)19,79,000/-

 

 

2.Vocational TrainingProvided Vocational training on English Speaking, Personality Development,  Handicraft and Music to Visually Impaired studentsNetraheen Vikas Sansthan

 

4,22,192/-
Provided Computer training to women, students, Physically challenged and other weaker sections of the societyHandicapped Welfare Federation

(HWF)

7,61,797/-
Provided running cost of Incubation Centre for the training in Computer & Beautician CoursesDistrict Rural Development Agency (DRDA), Warangal1,91,114/-
Setup of Vocational Training cum Rehabilitation Centre in the field of knitting industryBharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust, Punjab10,03,292/-
Vocational Training in Dress Designing and TailoringKrushimitra Agrotech Bahu-udeshiya Sanstha, Kuhi15,00,000/-
Provided Vocational Training and distribution of sewing machines to the traineesStar Youth Association7,30,697/-
3.EducationEducational Facilities to under Privileged childrenMaitreey Preksha Seva Mission19,81,121/-
Provided running cost of already set-up of a modern library with small Computer Lab by NSICRural Agricultural Development Society (RADS)30,000/-
Provided Educational Facilities & Nutrition Supplements to the children of domestic workersRama Foundation3,63,700/-
4.Safe Drinking WaterProvided Safe Drinking Water by installation of Hand Pumps

 

Bharitya Co-operative Gramin Vikas Evem Nirman Limited5,90,200/-
5.OthersContribution to Swachh Bharat Kosh  & Evaluation ExpensesHead Office of the Corporation1,03,00,700/-
 TOTAL3,02,94,769/-

 

Financial Year 2018-19

 

S. No.SectorNature of ProjectImplementing AgencyAmount Spent (Rs.)

 

1.Health Care Including  Preventive Health CareProvided support program of cancer treatment for children below poverty line.

 

Mithras Foundation6,09,000/-
2.Vocational TrainingProvided Running Cost of Computer Training Centre already setup by NSIC under CSR initiatives.Handicapped Welfare Federation

(HWF)

3,49,709/-
Provided Vocational Training in the field of tailoring and distribution of sewing machines to the trainees.Star Youth Association36,142/-
3.EducationProvided Educational Facilities & Nutrition Supplements to the children of domestic workers / daily wages workers who are away from their homes.Rama Foundation2,59,700/-
4.OthersContribution to Swachh Bharat Kosh

 

Head Office of the Corporation1,06,00,000/-
Contribution to Clean Ganga Fund

 

2,00,00,000/-
 TOTAL3,18,54,551/-

 

 

Annexure – II

 

CSR Initiatives for the Financial Year 2017-18

 

S. No.Implementing AgencyNature of ProjectLocation
1.Mithras FoundationProvided Chemotherapy, Radio Diagnosis, Surgical needs, Prosthetics, Nutritional support, Educational support and services of Physiotherapist and counsellor to cancer affected children below poverty line.Chennai

(Tamil Nadu)

2.Association for Blindness & Leprosy Eradication (ABLE)Conducted Eye camps, performed cataract Surgeries, Health camps, and performed Corrective Surgeries for the children.

 

Faridabad, Nuh, Mewat, Hathin, Hassanpur, Hodal

(Haryana)

Kosi

(Uttar Pradesh)

3.Women Children Welfare And Rural Development Society (WARDS)Ajmer

(Rajasthan)

 

4.Sanjeevani Social Welfare SocietyDeoria

(Uttar Pradesh)

5.Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust PunjabOrganized Health Camps and provided Artificial Limbs, Wheel Chairs, Tri-Cycles, Hearing aids and Crutches and Medical Assistance to Differently Abled.Jalandhar, Phillaur, Kapurthala, Hoshiarpur, Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Pathankot, Batala and Tarn Taran

(Punjab)

 

6.Artificial Limbs Mfg. Corpn. of India (ALIMCO)Siddipet (Telangana)
7.Blind People’s Association (India)Ahmedabad (Gujarat)
8.The Leprosy Mission Trust India (TLMTI)Performed Reconstructive Surgeries of Hand, Foot, Eyes etc. for people who affected by Grade II deformities due to leprosy.New Delhi

 

9.Diabetes Care Foundation of India (DCFI)Organized Diabetes Treatment Camps for weaker sections of the society.New Delhi

 

10.Netraheen Vikas Sansthan

 

Provided Vocational training on English Speaking, Personality Development,  Handicraft and Music to Visually Impaired studentsJodhpur

(Rajasthan)

11.Handicapped Welfare Federation

(HWF)

Provided Computer training to women, students, Physically challenged and other weaker sections of the societyNew Delhi

 

12.District Rural Development Agency (DRDA), WarangalProvided running cost of Incubation Centre for the training in Computer & Beautician CoursesWarangal

(Telangana)

13.Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust, PunjabSetup of Vocational Training cum Rehabilitation Centre in the field of knitting industryLudhiana

(Punjab)

14.Krushimitra Agrotech Bahu-udeshiya Sanstha, KuhiVocational Training in Dress Designing and TailoringNagpur

(Maharashtra)

15.Star Youth AssociationProvided Vocational Training and distribution of sewing machines to the traineesKrishna

(Andhra Pradesh)

16.Maitreey Preksha Seva MissionEducational Facilities to under Privileged childrenNew Delhi

 

17.Rural Agricultural Development Society (RADS)Provided running cost of already set-up of a modern library with small Computer Lab by NSIC.Kolar

(Karnataka)

18.Rama FoundationProvided Educational Facilities & Nutrition Supplements to the children of domestic workers.Noida

(Uttar Pradesh)

19.Bharitya Co-operative Gramin Vikas Evem Nirman LimitedProvided Safe Drinking Water by installation of Hand Pumps.Basti

(Uttar Pradesh)

20.Head Office of the CorporationContribution to Swachh Bharat Kosh & Evaluation expenses.

 

PAN India

 

CSR Initiatives for the Financial Year 2018-19

 

S. No.Implementing AgencyNature of ProjectLocation
1.Mithras FoundationProvided support program of cancer treatment for children below poverty line.

 

Chennai

(Tamil Nadu)

2.Handicapped Welfare Federation

(HWF)

Provided Running Cost of Computer Training Centre already setup by NSIC under CSR initiatives.

 

New Delhi

 

3.Star Youth AssociationProvided Vocational Training in the field of tailoring and distribution of sewing machines to the trainees.

 

Krishna

(Andhra Pradesh)

4.Rama FoundationProvided Educational Facilities & Nutrition Supplements to the children of domestic workers / daily wages workers who are away from their homes.

 

Noida

(Uttar Pradesh)

5.Head Office of the CorporationContribution to Swachh Bharat Kosh.

 

 

PAN India
6.Head Office of the CorporationContribution to Clean Ganga Fund.

 

 

PAN India

 

Annexure – III

 

CSR Initiatives undertaken by NSIC for the financial year 2017-18

 

S. No.Implementing AgencyNature of the ProjectAmount Spent (Rs.)Outcome
1.Krushimitra Agrotech Bahuddeshiya Sanstha, KuhiProvided Vocational Training in Dress Designing and Tailoring for women of weaker section of the society in backward area namely Hudhkeshwar, Gondwana, Katol, Kharbi, Dighori and Godhni in the District Nagpur.

 

15,00,000/-180 women were received vocational training in the field of Dress Designing & Tailoring during the financial year     2017-18.
2.Netraheen Vikas SansthanProvided Vocational training on English Speaking, Personality Development, Handicraft and Music to Visually Impaired students in Jodhpur, Rajasthan.4,22,192/-During the financial year 2017-18, there were 200 Visually Impaired students were benefitted.

 

3.Handicapped Welfare Federation

(HWF)

Provided Computer training to women, students, Physically challenged and other weaker sections of the society in New Delhi.

 

7,61,797/-442 (women, students, Physically challenged) were benefitted during the financial year 2017-18.
4.District Rural Development Agency (DRDA), Warangal

 

Provided running cost of Incubation Centre for the training in Computer & Beautician Courses in Warangal, Telangana.1,91,114/-86 beneficiaries were benefitted during the financial year 2017-18.
5.Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust, Punjab

 

Setup of Vocational Training cum Rehabilitation Centre in the field of knitting industry in Ludhiana, Punjab.

 

10,03,292/-142 beneficiaries were benefitted during the financial year 2017-18.
6.Star Youth AssociationProvided Vocational Training and distribution of sewing machines to the trainees in  District Krishna, Andhra Pradesh.7,30,697/-30 women were received vocational training Tailoring during the financial year     2017-18.

 

This information was given by Shri Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha.

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