 Bajaj

Group is an Indian conglomerate founded by Jamnalal Bajaj in 1926, Mumbai.  Jamnalal Bajaj was a freedom fighter, philanthropist and close confidante of Mahatma Gandhi  Started around eighty-seven years back with a sugar factory in Lakhimpur Kheri of Uttar Pradesh, the group has since diversified into a wide variety of business areas  The Group is one of the most respected and renowned business houses of India.

 It comprises 34 companies & its flagship company Bajaj Auto is ranked as the world's fourth largest two.and three-wheeler manufacturer  Involvement in various industries that include automobiles (2. home appliances. lighting. . the group is headed by Rahul Bajaj. travel and finance  At present. insurance. iron and steel.and 3-wheelers). who is the grandson of Jamnalal Bajaj.


 EDUCATION . It is a Centre of Management Studies and the Postgraduate Department of Management Education of the SNDT Women's University. It was also the first institute in India to prepare text books and conduct examinations in Hindi and Marathi at the graduate level. It offers a variety of full-time and part-time professional courses at Masters level and postgraduate Diploma courses in management specifically for women.Shiksha Mandal Wardha  It was established in 1914 by Jamnalal Bajaj for educating the youth of India.  Janki Devi Bajaj Institute of Management Studies was established in August 1997.

Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies  It was set up in 1965 by the university of Bombay from the donation it received from Jamnalal Bajaj Seva Trust.  The company enabled Education of eligible bright Backward students with the launch of a program that would help scheduled castes and scheduled tribes students achieve academic excellence and make them at par with those who can afford coaching for top institutes. It was the first to start a full-time 2-year Masters Programme in Management Studies (MMS) in India.  .

Although it was relatively small when it started. CT Scan. it has soon grown into a very well equipped hospital with 225 beds. Mammography & Dept of radiation oncology and so on. organ transplant center.HEALTH  Kamalnayan Bajaj Hospital in Aurangabad was established in 1990 as a hospital and research center. MRI. 60 full-time doctors and 150 staff.  . well-equipped Cath Lab.

Pune with the cooperation of Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation for HIV patients.R.YCM Hospital A. Centre for HIV/Aids – Pimpri Bajaj has signed a tripartite MOU with NACO and Yeshwantrao Chavan Municipal Hospital (YCMH) in Pimpri to set up an Anti Retroviral Treatment Centre (ART Centre) at YCMH in Pimpri.T.  . Bajaj .

 Polio immunisation campaigns  Construction of toilets  Training women in using improved technology for storage of food grains etc.  Securing loans for women members for both consumption and income generation  .WOMEN EMPOWERMENT Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha  The main objective of this trust is to act as a catalyst for the participation of rural community in improving their quality of life.

Jankidevi Bajaj Puraskar commemorates the birth centenary of the late Smt.Jankidevi Bajaj. IMC Ladies' Wing Jankidevi Bajaj Puraskar for Rural Entrepreneurship award is given to a women for her outstanding contribution in rural development.  This  The .

SELF RELIANCE  Jamnalal  Institute Bajaj Seva Trust of Gandhian Studies  Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha .

RURAL DEVELOPMENT  Distribution of solar-lantern & solar cookers Installation of bio-gas plants Deepening and widening of wells and drinking water scheme Tree Plantation/ Horticulture / Kitchen Gardens     Distribution of agricultural implements Centre of Child Labour Welfare  .

 Dairy .ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL RESOURCES  Water conservation projects for improving agricultural productivity. size biogas plants  Family  Goat rearing projects owned and managed by women development etc.

Maharashtra and Himachal Pradesh. Karnataka.  The . which has been focusing on community development programmes since 1996.000 villages in four states: Tamil Nadu.CSR ACTIVITIES OF TVS MOTORS  Srinivasan  NGO services trust that serves social service activities of TVS group of companies trust. is working in around 1.


HEALTH  Reduction of Infant Mortality and Maternal Mortality Rate Reduction of Anaemia among women Reduction of Malnutrition among Children Access to safe drinking water    .

Learning where pre schoolers learn through play and fun in balwadis.  .EDUCATION  Improving school infrastructure Adult literacy   Eradicate illiteracy among women by establishing village level adult education centres.

drinking water facilities. proper sewage and sanitation. SST ensures that people take ownership for all development activities by agreeing on participating both financially and physically in various programs. balwadis. improving school. health centres and community buildings.INFRASTRUCTURE  SST participates with the government bodies in developing infrastructures such as construction of roads.  .

ENVIRONMENT  Solid waste management  Afforestation  Liquid  Soil waste management & water conservation .

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  Empowering women through Self Help Group Improved agriculture practices   Improved Livestock management Youth development  .

 CSR activities of Bajaj Group regarding education is mostly for management and post graduates while in case of TVS.COMPARISION BETWEEN CSR OF BAJAJ AND TVS  TVS is organizing all its social services via SST whereas in case of Bajaj group they have established different different institutes to perform social activities in different areas. . primary education and adult literacy is taken into consideration.

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