INTRODUCTION

Tinna Rubber And Infrastructure Limited (TRIL) has been engaged in carrying out Corporate Social Responsibility aligned to the corporate philosophy of being a responsible corporate. TRIL recognizes that its business activities have a direct and indirect impact on the society. The Company strives to integrate its business values and operations in an ethical and transparent manner to demonstrate its commitment to sustainable development and to meet the interests of its stakeholders. The company is committed to continuously improving its social responsibilities, environment and economic practices to make positive impact on the society. The company is committed to undertake CSR activities in accordance with the provisions of Section 135 of the Companies Act, 2013 read with Schedule VII and the Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014.

APPLICABILITY

Corporate Social Responsibility Policy (CSR Policy) has been recommended by the CSR committee and adopted by the board of directors at its meeting held on 14th April, 2015. This policy is applicable w.e.f. 14th April, 2015.

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) COMMITTEE

The overall CSR initiative will be managed and ensured by the CSR Committee (the committee).

FOCUS AREAS:

The CSR policy will inter-alia focus on issues listed below:

I. To demonstrate good practices leading to sustainable business.
II. To promote quality education both in the informal and formal education sectors.
III. To develop and nurture employable skills amongst youth both around our areas of interest and areas of influence through sustainable programmes.
IV. To support government and non-government promoted programmes and facilitate inclusive growth.
V. To deliver quality integrated health care programmes in the vicinity of our plant locations by augmenting / supporting government services as also promoting preventive and primary health care programmes through partnerships with various stakeholders / institutions
VI. To engage maternal and child health (MCH) programmes and reduce the maternal and child mortality rates around our plant locations.
VII. To reduce the incidence of HIV & AIDS and female feticide in the vicinity of our plant locations.
VIII. To work towards environment sustainability.

INTRERVENTIONS:

In line with the CSR philosophy and the focus areas, TRIL plans interventions in the field of education & vocational training, integrated healthcare, women empowerment, social projects, rural infrastructure development and environment sustainability. The key thematic interventions in above areas include:

Education & Vocational Training

I. To provide quality education to the 'Out of school' children and facilitate their enrolment in government / private institutions
II. To provide coaching facilities for the under-privileged
III. To support education of differently abled and provide them skills for employment as per their capacities

Integrated Health Care

I. To provide clean drinking water
II. To improve sanitary conditions around plant location
III. To support government initiatives like combating AIDS, TB, etc.
IV. To organize camps for health checkup, blood donation etc.

Environment:

I. To use ecofriendly technologies / processes which do not produce any effluent or pollution of any kind.
II. To undertake tree plantation in and around our manufacturing facilities to maintain a clean and green work place.

RESPOSIBILITIES OF THE COMMITTEE:

I. The committee will formulate and recommend to the Board, a Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives which shall indicate the activities to be undertaken by the company as specified in Schedule VII.
II. The committee shall recommend the amount of expenditure to be incurred on the activities referred to in Section 135(3)(a) of the Companies Act, 2013; and
III. The committee shall monitor the Corporate Social Responsibility Policy of the company from time to time.
IV. The committee shall institute a transparent monitoring mechanism for implementation of the CSR projects or programmes or activities undertaken by the company.

MODALITIES OF EXECUTION:

I. The committee will decide the priority of the activities to be undertaken under CSR
II. The committee will ensure that TRIL shall spend a minimum of 2% of its average net profits for the immediately preceding 3 financial years on CSR projects or activities. In case, at least 2% of average net profit of the last 3 financial years is not spent in a financial year, reasons for the same will be specified
III. Based on the total activities to be undertaken the committee will recommend the quantum of budget for the year, the budget will be approved in accordance with Budget Policy
IV. Utilization Certificate with statement of expenditure duly certified by an authorized person / official of the company will be submitted to the committee
V. The committee will monitor and review the progress of activities undertaken / completed
VI. The committee will also examine the proposal / requests submitted by various implementing agencies for grant of donation / financial assistance / sponsorship etc. And also submit its recommendation before the head of the CSR Committee.

REPORTING

The contents of this policy shall be placed on company's website. CSR committee may report to the board regarding progress of activities undertaken / completed.

SURPLUS, IF ANY, GENERATED OUT OF CSR ACTIVITIES:

Any surplus generated out of the CSR activities will not form part of the business profits of the company.

AMENDMENT

Any modification / amendment in the CSR Policy may be carried out by the board on the recommendation of the CSR Committee. This policy will be subject to change as per amendment in the Companies Act, 2013, the Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 or any other applicable rules, regulations and guidelines.

CONCLUSION

The above policy has been formulated with the aim of improving CSR performance and reaching out to a large segment of society, as also to address environmental issues. The CSR policy will facilitate engaging in evolved CSR activities, streamline procedures and encourage greater participation. With a clear vision and appropriate acknowledgement, the outcomes will be visible and the CSR activities will have an impact on the society. Such an impact will contribute toward our national goal of alleviating poverty and improving the human development index of the country.