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Projects

Previous Projects

  • Titan Industries corporate social responsiblity (CSR): education
    Bangalore
  • Tata Medical Center
    Kolkata
  • Impact assessment of TCSRD's agricultural, watershed and water resource management projects on the livelihood of farmers
    The Okhamandal Taluka
  • Evaluation of carbon footprint calculators
    Tata Teleservices Ltd
  • Impact assessment of Tata Steel interventions in the economic and social aspects of the community in 23 villages
    Saraikela-Kharswan area
  • Impact assessment of corporate social responsiblity (CSR) activities in Lote
    Rallis India Ltd
  • Impact assessment of corporate sustainability programmes at Lote (where factory is situated) and working out the way forward
    Rallis, Lote (Maharashtra)
  • Health and hygiene: safe drinking water
    Tata Chemicals WAPU (water purifier business)
  • Sustainable livelihood: impact assessment of Tata Steel interventions in the economic and social aspects of the community in 23 villages in the Saraikela Kharswan area
    Tata Steel, Jamshedpur (Jharkhand)
  • Increasing employee (family) volunteerism in Tata Teleservices' corporate sustainability projects
    Tata Teleservices Limited (TTL), Delhi
  • Marketing and communications at the new cancer hospital through promotional materials, newsletter, current website (together with an intern from the University of California who will have been working on aspects of this project from June)
    Tata Medical Center, Kolkata (West Bengal)
  • Agriculture based: working with farmers on wasteland (usar/highly alkaline) reclamation
    Tata Chemicals, Babrala (Uttar Pradesh)
  • Developing community engagement programmes for Taj Safaris
    (company requirement: post-graduate student, preferably with an interest and qualification in media/mass communication)
    Taj Safaris, National Parks in Madhya Pradesh state
  • Economic development through self-help groups (SHGs)
    Mithapur or Babrala
  • Enhancing identity through economic empowerment in rural women
    Tata Consultancy Services, Mumbai (Maharashtra) or Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
  • Financial linkage and monitoring system for Rural Entrepreneurship Development Programme (REDP)
    Mithapur
  • Identify a model for sustainable livelihood opportunities for community in the hydro areas (amongst the 107 villages in the 'catchment' area)
    Tata Power, Lonavala
  • Income enhancement through animal husbandry
    Babrala
  • Natural resources management with specific focus on land and water management
    Tata Steel, Jamshedpur (Jharkhand)
  • A road map for educational intervention in area exploring possibility of linkages with both government and non-government agencies (project will have component of documentation through case studies)
    Tata Chemicals, Mithapur
  • Skill building and employability for the community, plus The way forward for Tata Motors on the journey towards sustainability
    Tata Motors, Mumbai
  • Social and economic development of women through self-help groups
    Tata Steel, Jamshedpur (Jharkhand)
  • Sustainable assessment of Parivar Kalyan Kendra and its future direction
    Tata Chemicals, Babrala
  • Sustainable livelihood through agriculture intervention in Gunnor tehsil or Income enhancement through horticulture crops in Gunnor block
    Tata Chemicals, Babrala
  • Water management
    Tata Motors, Pimpri (Maharashtra)
  • Water management for village farms or Social forestry (through eco clubs; mangrove rejuvenation; afforestation of grassland)
    Tata Chemicals, Mithapur (Gujarat)

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About Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD)

Tata Chemicals Limited (TCL) set up the Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD) in 1980 to promote its social objectives for the communities in and around Mithapur, where its facility is located. This service was further extended to the communities in and around its Babrala and Haldia facilities.

The Society works to protect and nurture the rural populations in and around TCL's facilities, and helps people achieve self-sufficiency in natural resource management, livelihood support and the building of health and education infrastructure.

Taking into account the different geographical spread of the three regions and their individual subcultures, different agricultural, economic and development programmes have been implemented in these regions.

Tata Chemicals Limited was one of the first organizations to hold an Impact camp, which was held at Mithapur in the year 1982, providing eye care to hundreds of patients at the Mithapur Hospital. Tata Chemicals Limited was also the first organization to run world's first hospital on wheels - the Life Line Express, through Jamnagar district for the first time between November 21, 2004 and December 21, 2004.

This information about Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development was provided courtesy of Tata Chemicals.

About Tata Chemicals Limited

Established in 1939, Tata Chemicals Limited is India's leading manufacturer of food additives, fertilizers and inorganic chemicals.

For more information, please visit Tata Chemicals' website »

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