Jamnalal Bajaj, Mahatma Gandhi and The Struggle for Indian Independence

Group 1, Section C Abhinav Singh 10P121 Abhishek Jain 10P122 Abhishek Singhi 10P123

Rohit Agarwal 10P124 Aman Chugh 10P125 Amrita Nadkarni 10P126

Section C 2 .OUTLINE Group 1.

1857 3 .PRE BRITISH 2500 BC 4-5th AD 10th AD Group 1. Section C 1526 .

princes lost their role End of Company s Monopoly Opened the door for private British merchants Worked closely with local merchants Local and Indian businesses victims of boom and bust cycles Group 1. command troops & form alliances Role of Merchant Princes Merchants took to the Company when in dispute with rulers As it consolidated power. Section C 4 .THE EAST INDIA COMPANY Ownership Privately owned Joint Stock Company Royal Charter by the Queen to trade Rights to mint money.

THE BRITISH CROWN British traders reaped all benefits of Free Trade Spent little except on railroads and defense Group 1. Section C 5 .

Section C THE PARSEES Group 1. Section C 6 .Group 1.

THE MARWARIS Group 1. Section C 7 .

BAJAJ GROUP Group 1. Section C 8 .

Section C 9 .GANDHIAN CONCEPT Group 1.

HOW JB PRACTISED TRUSTEESHIP Group 1. Section C 10 .

GOVERNMENT IN NEW INDIA New Government followed Soviet economic planning model Free market economy after 1991 GOVERNMENT Heavy involvement of the state Emphasis on rapid industrialization License Raj till 1991 Heavy tax regime Advocates sustainable responsible business Group 1. Section C 11 .

ROLE OF BAJAJ IN NEW INDIA INVEST Investments in resource creations Sustainable projects Education & health Self reliance projects SUSTAIN ‡Balanced development ‡Ensure least adverse impact on the environment CARE BEYOND PROFIT Give back to society ‡Care for the economically & socially lower rung of the society SPREAD Gram Vikas Sanstha to promote ecological balance Spread initiatives to locations where monitor & guide specific projects Rural development Women empowerment Group 1. Section C 12 .

Group 1. Section C CSR TODAY 13 .

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