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The satisfaction and euphoria that accompany the successful
completion of any task would be incomplete without
mentioning the name of the people whose constant guidance
and encouragement has crowned all our efforts with success.
This is my privilege to acknowledge with deep sense of
gratitude; the help and guidance rendered to me by my esteemed
faculty Prof. Rajul Singh . I thank her for giving me the
opportunity to broaden my horizons.
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professionalise the cargo transportation industry in India. Four decades later, TCI today is the
foremost conventional cargo transportation company in Asia and the 4th most respected
service organization in India.

| TCI has the largest network of strategically located 1000 company owned branches,
covering almost all the cities and towns of the country.

TCI owns well equipped and secure godowns,


offices and warehouses having an occupied space of
over 3 million square feet.

TCI handles over 5.5 million tons of cargo


annually. Moving a variety of cargo that includes raw
materials, industrial products, consumer durables,
drugs and pharmaceuticals, agricultural products and recently having moved on to
more sophisticated items like refrigerated cargo, time sensitive and high value cargo.

TCI operates a mammoth fleet of over 3000 trucks moving 15,000 consignments
daily. Using state-of-the-art equipment to transport consignments of any size, weight
and dimensions including heavy duty equipment and provide accurate and timely
information to its customers and meet shortened response time requirement.

It opened its doors to computerization 20 years ago and today all the Controlling
Centers have on-line computerized operations. Supported by well documented
systems and procedures assuring consistency and efficiency in its
operations and customer care throughout the country.
TCI has a satisfied client base of 150,000, which includes the
top 500 Indian companies. TCI's strength lies in its people. A
dedicated team of 4000 employees ensures that the company stays
ahead, meeting all challenges, achieving the goals while being
guided by the MISSION as laid down by the organization. Meeting
the company's commitment towards excellence in every sphere of
its activity..

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TCI's growth process has been achieved by judicious diversification from its
original base of specialisation in providing total solutions to cargo handling and
distribution.

This flagship company


provides full truck load and
less than full truck load
transportation to a network of
over 3000 destinations in
India.

A door- to-door service


dedicated to transporting time
bound high value cargo across
a network of 700 destinations
in India. XPS's newly
launched
http://www.xpsworld.com
provides complete information
about XPS and XPS e-link.

The company caters to the


coastal cargo movement
requirements for transporting
cargo between Chennai and
Port Blair in Andaman and
Nicobar Islands.

A joint venture company between TCI and MITSUI & CO.,


LTD, Japan which is the logistic partner for Toyota Kirloskar
Motors Pvt. Ltd for their project at Bidadi, near Bangalore.

A service for providing customised absolute logistics solutions


under the brand name 'TCI Logistics', with its network,
infrastructure and the expertise in transportation and
warehousing is an ideal partner for any company wishing to
outsource its logistics requirements, whether it may be
transportation, warehousing, inventory management, order
processing, distribution management or Integrated Logistics
Solutions.
  
|(TM) |India's first vortal on Logistics
Industry. It aims to be the nucleus of the logistics industry,
bringing Service Providers, Service Seekers and Intermediaries
onto one platform, designed to facilitate transactions,
networking and information dissemination in the Logistics
Community.
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Under this banner, TCI is playing its role towards community
development, environmental conservation and social
upliftment activities.

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Sales (2009-2010) = Rs. 1200 crores (rounded off)
Net profit after tax = Rs. 30 crores (rounded off)
CSR Budget: Not available

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Transport Corporation of India (TCI) be lives in the philosophy of making life better for all.
And along with the core businesses, TCI has instituted some Charitable Trusts. They are
dedicated to provide socio-economic transformation of rural and remote areas of India,
especially the weaker and socially underprivileged groups. They provide physical, social,
cultural and economic development of rural people, groups and institutions. Late Shri. Prabhu
Dayal Agarwal, a well-known philanthropist and the late founder Chairman of TCI
established Bhoruka Charitable Trust in the year 1962. This trust is involved in integrated
rural development activities in 200 villages of Rajgarh and 50 villages of Taranagar blocks of
Churu district in Rajasthan. The various aspects of the charitable activities are outlined
below.

TCI Foundation is the social arm of Transport Corporation of India Limited (TCIL).
Incorporated in 1958, TCI Foundation was registered as a with the objective of bringing
about socio-economic transformation in India.

TCI Foundation has been supporting education and health initiatives in Gujarat, Jharkhand,
Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Tamil Nadu. The Foundation runs charitable dispensaries at
Ahmedabad, Coimbatore and Port Blair. TCI in partnership with DAV has set up a public
school in Khunti (Jharkhand) to provide quality education to tribal children. The Foundation
has always been quick in responding to natural disasters and has been involved in relief and
rehabilitation work in Orissa, Bhuj, Latur, Andaman & Nicobar and recently in Bihar.
In addition, TCI Foundation has been implementing Project Kavach, a national HIV/AIDS
prevention program for long distance truck drivers and helpers since December 2003 under
grant from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The goal of Project Kavach is to arrest the
spread of HIV among long distance truckers in India. The specific objectives include a)
Adoption of safe sexual behavior and practices by long distance truckers through Behavior
Change Communication (BCC) strategy. b) Promoting use of condoms among long distance
truckers through improving access; and c) Reducing the incidence of various Sexually
Transmitted Infections (STIs) among long distance truckers through appropriate clinical
intervention. The program is present at 17 large intervention locations, bulk of which is trans-
shipment locations/Transport Nagars.m

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Transport Corporation of India (TCI) be lives in the philosophy of making life better for all.
And along with the core businesses, TCI has instituted some Charitable Trusts. They are
dedicated to socio-economic transformation of rural and remote areas of India, especially the
weaker and socially underprivileged groups. They provide physical, social, cultural and
economic development of rural people, groups and institutions. Late Shri. Prabhu Dayal
Agarwal, a well-known philanthropist and the late founder Chairman of TCI established
Bhoruka Charitable Trust in the year 1962. This trust is involved in integrated rural
development activities in 200 villages of Rajgarh and 50 villages of Taranagar blocks of
Churu district in Rajasthan. The various aspects of the charitable activities are outlined
below.

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Preventive and curative services are being provided to 30 villages through our ten-bedded
maternal and child health (MCH) center at Bhorugram (Rajasthan). This MCH center is well
equipped with X-ray and OT facilities. Antenatal, natal and post-natal services are available
at this center. Camps are organized regularly for T. B. patients, cataract operations, ENT and
family welfare programmes.

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Social welfare programmes for increasing AIDS awareness , condom promotion and
distribution, reducing sexually transmitted diseases are organized at regular intervals at major
truck routes and Transhipments points.

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Anganwadi - Under the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) program being
implemented since 1992, 220 Anganwadi centers are functional. It delivers an integrated
package of services for women and children viz. supplementary nutrition, immunization,
health checkup, referral services, nutrition and health education and pre-school education for
the children.In partnership with CARE- Rajasthan Integrated Nutrition And Health Program
is being implemented in 24 villages of Taranagar Block by BCT.
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Women have been trained in trades like dari making, carpet weaving, tailoring and knitting
through various income generation programs to provide them a supplementary source of
income and ensure them an effective market linkage.

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Women have been trained in trades like dari making, carpet weaving, tailoring and knitting
through various income generation programs to provide them a supplementary source of
income and ensure them an effective market linkage.
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The NFE programme for 6 to14 years old girls is being implemented by the Trust with a aim
to provide primary education to the girls who are deprived of formal education and also to
enable them to join the formal stream of education. Presently 100 centers in the Rajgarh
block and 50 centers in the Taranagar block are operating. In September 1999, a Maitri
Samaroh (get together) of 3500 students, 2000 elders of nearby villages, school teachers and
persons concerned with education took place where a cultural show was put up by the girls.


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In an effort to develop the infrastructure, since 1973 a metalled road from Jhumpa to
Bhorugram, electrification of Bhorugram and adjoining villages, construction and opening of
post office, a rural bank, a veterinary hospital and a telephone exchange were undertaken.
Special tanks for rainwater harvesting have been made. Regular pipe water supply for general
purposes (other than drinking) is being provided in Bhoru-gram.The TCI Group has
substantially contributed towards the construction of 28 class rooms, 5 halls and other
structures like verandahs, boundary walls, health sub centers in different villages of Churu
district (Raj) with the active co-operation from the community. 450 low cost houses for
socially and economically weaker sections of the society have also been constructed.
Similarly 3000 low cost sanitation units in 70 villages and 50 sanitary blocks in the schools
have been constructed.

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BCT has been instrumental in promoting grass roots organizations like Gram Vikas Samities
in 60 villages. These Samities are being empowered to enable the villages to undertake
developmental projects independently.

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This programme is also being implemented in 1000 Ha. of 2 villages of Rajgarh block. Under
this program suitable soil and water conservation, rain water harvesting, afforestation are
being adopted to improve land productivity. The programs are planned and implemented by
the village committee and BCT act's as a catalyst and provides technical support.
To educate the farmers about the progress made in the field of agriculture and livestock
management farmers are sent to various exhibitions and fairs. Improved / new varieties of
seeds are also distributed. Demonstration of horticulture development through drip irrigation
has also been promoted. The village youths were also sponsored for 3 months agricultural
training to universities where they learn about new techniques and methods of agriculture
production.
To solve the endemic problem of Drinking Water TCI has constructed 39 dug wells and 37
rain water harvesting storage tanks called kunds.

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Afforestation work is being done to reclaim the productivity and to fulfill the fuel and fodder
requirements of the community. About 3,28,600 saplings in 330 Ha. land of 15 villages has
been planted. Seeds of Dhaman grass has been sown to prevent shifting sand dunes and to
check surface run-off and also provides green fodder. About 1,35,000 seedlings for plantation
on community lands, public places and village schools have also been distributed.

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Transport Corporation of India (TCI) provided free service to transport relief material for the
quake affected people of Gujrat. TCI sent 18 full truck loads carrying medicines, clothes,
food-grains, water pouches and other relief material to Bhuj, Bachao, Morvi and Kutch from
Rajasthan, "Besides, all relief consignments for earthquake victims were transported free of
cost," Reports Indian Express
The company's 4,000-odd employees have also come forward in aid of the quake-affected
people and have unanimously agreed to contribute a day's salary to the Prime Minister's
Relief Fund."

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During the time of scarcity and drought, flood, cyclone etc. TCI does its duty towards the
society through donations and transportation of relief goods and food to the affected areas as
it did in Orissa.Construction of earthquake proof houses and relief was provided at Latur
(Maharashtra) after the earthquake.

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During the time of scarcity and drought, fodder is provided at subsidized rates through depots
run in the different blocks of Churu district in Rajasthan.

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Under famine relief, construction of Kaccha village roads were undertaken in order to
provide employment to the villagers apart from strengthening the rural infrastructure.

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