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GVK is a leading Indian conglomerate with diversified interests across various sectors including energy, resources, airports, transportation, hospitality and life sciences. It has taken pioneering initiatives across many sectors that it operates in and has overcome every challenge to provide reliable infrastructure to contribute to the country’s growth. GVK’s greatest strength is its highly experienced and proficient in-house talent pool. GVK’s collaboration with global infrastructure leaders has brought international expertise to India reflecting excellence and advancement in all its endeavours.

Having already invested over Rs. 20,000 crore(USD 4.3 billion) the company has projects worth over another Rs. 30,000 crore(USD 6.6 billion) in the pipeline, in India. GVK has pioneered various infrastructure projects viz. setting up India’s first Independent Power Plant (IPP), first six-lane road project and first Brownfield airport under the Public Private Partnership model.

GVK has over 2400 MW projects under generation and development.
GVK has acquired the Australian Coal Mines in Queensland with 8 billion tonne reserves and a capacity of more than 80 million tonne per annum for USD 1.26 billion. It will also set up a 500 km rail line and a 60 mtpa port as part of the 'pit-to-port' logistics solution. The project envisages a total investment of USD 10 billion.

GVK Foundation leads the company’s corporate social responsibility initiatives. The Foundation’s initiatives cover the areas of education, emergency services, community programs and social activities. Providing housing for the less privileged, urban improvement initiatives and promoting sports talent are also some of GVK Foundation’s social projects.

GVK believes corporate social responsibility goes beyond sponsoring a few causes; it is a way of life. Safeguarding the environment is an integral part of every project. All of GVK’s projects reflect this philosophy and thought.

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GVK Foundation - CSR

  1. 1. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Presented By Shanmukha Priya Chadarada CB.SW.P2MSW16027 Department of Social Work Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore
  2. 2. Overview ■ GVK is a leading Indian conglomerate with diversified interests across various sectors including energy, resources, airports, transportation, hospitality and life sciences. ■ GVK’s collaboration with global infrastructure leaders has brought international expertise to India reflecting excellence and advancement in all its endeavors. ■ Having already invested over Rs. 20,000 crore(USD 4.3 billion) the company has projects worth over another Rs. 30,000 crore(USD 6.6 billion) in the pipeline, in India. ■ GVK has pioneered various infrastructure projects viz. setting up India’s first Independent Power Plant (IPP), first six-lane road project and first Brownfield airport under the Public Private Partnership model. ■ GVK has acquired the Australian Coal Mines in Queensland with 8 billion ton reserves and a capacity of more than 80 million ton per annum for USD 1.26 billion.
  3. 3. Overview ■ GVK has developed the Chatrapati Sivaji International Airport, Mumbai and is developing two airports in Indonesia as well. ■ Besides around 900 lane km operational road projects, GVK’s over 600 lane km project is under development. ■ The TAJGVK personifies the traditional Indian warmth with its seven properties across Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Chennai and Mumbai. It is also planning to extend its horizons to cater the ‘value for money’ segment with the ‘Ginger’ brand in Andhra Pradesh. ■ GVK Biosciences (GVK BIO) is one of the Asia’s leading Discovery Research and Development organizations that include Integrated Programs, Clinical Development, Contract Manufacturing, Formulations and Informatics.
  4. 4. Some of their works Chatrapati Sivaji Airport Mumbai Taj Krishna Hyderabad
  5. 5. ■ GVK is a socially responsible and an environmentally conscious organization that believes in sustainable development. ■ It undertakes all infrastructure projects with a commitment to minimize ecological impact. ■ It runs various social initiatives under the GVK Foundation for the overall development of the society. ■ Various projects at GVK have been undertaken to uplift the living conditions and raise the general standard of living of the deprived sections of our society.
  6. 6. GVK - EMRI ■ The GVK EMRI (Emergency Management and Research Institute) is one of the most important social initiatives of GVK. It is a non-profit organization based on Public Private Partnership model. It attends to every emergency situation in the country; be it a medical crisis, a law and order situation or a fire disaster. ■ This service is spread across 15 states (Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, Karnataka, Meghalaya, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan) and two Union Territories (Diu Daman and Dadra Nagar Haveli). ■ With the help of this widespread initiative and equipped with around 11,000 ambulances and 46,000 staff, over 45 million cases have been attended to and over 1.5 million lives have been saved. ■ A three digit toll free emergency response number – 108 is accessible from all fixed lines and mobile phones across the locations the service is available in.
  7. 7. Contd. ■ GVK EMRI is housed in a 39 acre campus at Hyderabad with modern facilities for Emergency management, Research and Training. State of the art technology is deployed at all the Emergency Response Centers which helps provide world class services to users. ■ To strengthen its competencies and skills and to share the best international practices, GVK has partnered with global organizations like Stanford, CMU, 9-1-1, STC, AAPI, AAEMI, Geomed etc.
  8. 8. Other CSR Initiatives ■ Housing ■ Sports ■ Education ■ National Family Benefit Scheme ■ CSR as a part of various businesses ■ Other Social Welfare Activities ■ Environmental Sustainability
  9. 9. Housing • Under the Government Scheme, GVK has provided housing facilities to 1000 underprivileged people in Kothur village of Nellore in the state of Andhra Pradesh. • It has constructed Pukka houses for weaker sections in Manikhera Village, Mukatsar District, Punjab.
  10. 10. Sports – Tennis Academy ■ GVK strongly supports and endorses sports as an expression of excellence among youth. Inspired by associating with young sports stalwarts like Sania Mirza, GVK has instituted a Tennis Academy to promote future tennis champions. ■ GVK Foundation has been sponsoring Tennis tournaments such as GVK AISTA Tennis championships and has also been supporting various Tennis Associations at state and national level. ■ GVK has also come forward to sponsor talented upcoming tennis players from Hyderabad like Yadlapalli Pranjala, Sama Sathwika and Master Shashank Theertha.
  11. 11. Education ■ GVK Foundation manages a degree college at Indukurupet village in Nellore District of Andhra Pradesh. This college offers quality education to students from surrounding areas. The GVK Foundation also sponsors and provides scholarships for students across disciplines.
  12. 12. National Family Benefit Scheme ■ GVK Foundation has sponsored financial assistance to 200 eligible beneficiaries under National Benefit Scheme at Indukurupet village in Nellore District of Andhra Pradesh.
  13. 13. CSR As Part Of Various Businesses GVK CSIA, MUMBAI ■ Women Empowerment - The all-women taxi operator services have been launched that operate from the airport. These operators are meant to service women and children and are provided with separate counters, free pickup slots and free parking spots for their vehicles. ■ Education - GVK CSIA extends support for education by visiting residents of nearby villages. Stationeries are distributed to the children to equip them with the basic tools for attending schools. ■ Health - Medical camps are organized for the community members Several football tournaments, cricket tournaments and cultural activities are organized. TAJGVK supports various NGOs by purchasing hand-made jute products, organic bakery etc. and also distributes spare linen and uniforms to the underprivileged.
  14. 14. Other Social Welfare Activities ■ GVK Foundation annually sponsors the distribution of tricycles to physically disabled under Rajiv Gandhi Foundation Scheme. ■ It has supported students of VIT to foster innovation and has also contributed to educational institutions like Vivek Vardhini Educational Trust. ■ Contributions are made to Suryakumari Abrham Memorial Foundation and other organizations for purchase of modern sewing machines and computers. ■ Velugu, towards voluntary contributions of buildings for disabled children. ■ Indian Red Cross Society for construction of colleges and old age homes. ■ Sradha and Give India for child care and development. ■ Chinmaya Seva Trust and Yeswantha Rao Chavan Prathisthan for social and cultural activities. ■ Saraswathi Nidhi, which imparts corporate education for economically backward students, studying in government high schools.
  15. 15. Environmental Sustainability ■ Sustainability remains a constant in all of GVK's projects and initiatives. One of the highest priorities for them during project implementation and planning is safeguarding the environment. ■ Rather than approaching it as an additional activity, they see it as a inherent value which is built-in to their processes. All projects under the GVK portfolio conform to the international norms of sustainable development. ■ GVK has a high degree of focus on environmental sustainability and in keeping with this philosophy, they have built in-house expertise to develop Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects and obtain the registration and issuance of the same in the form of Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) from the United Nations Framework Convention Climate Change (UNFCCC). ■ Along with reducing carbon footprints, GVK collaborates with local communities to educate and inform the people about environment and sustainability.
  16. 16. Recognition for Sustainability ■ GVK CSIA has been awarded with the coveted ‘Vasundhara Award’ under the Large Scale Industries category by the State Government. ■ GVK has bagged the prestigious ‘Golden Peacock Award for Sustainability’ for the Chatrapati Sivaji International Airport (CSIA). ■ GVK has released "The Sustainability Report 2014" that highlights its significant achievements. GVK CSIA is the 1st Airport in Asia and the 5th in the world to release a report as per the G4 guidelines. ■ GVK CSIA has been bestowed with first prize for landscape development near Vile Parle Flyover under flyover greenery and beautification project at 19th Flower show and Garden competition. ■ GVK CSIA T2 receives LEED Gold certification for its environmental stewardship. ■ GVK CSIA, Mumbai has been awarded the globally recognized Airport Carbon Accreditation for 2012-13 by Airport Council International (ACI) for its pioneering Carbon Footprint Management system and processes implemented. ■ Jegurupadu CCPP has been rated as 'Eco Star Gold' by TERI. Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board recognized the Jegurupadu plant for outstanding contribution to the development of the Eco Park.
  • RahulKumar4268

    May. 28, 2021
  • VipinDayaramani

    Dec. 1, 2020

GVK is a leading Indian conglomerate with diversified interests across various sectors including energy, resources, airports, transportation, hospitality and life sciences. It has taken pioneering initiatives across many sectors that it operates in and has overcome every challenge to provide reliable infrastructure to contribute to the country’s growth. GVK’s greatest strength is its highly experienced and proficient in-house talent pool. GVK’s collaboration with global infrastructure leaders has brought international expertise to India reflecting excellence and advancement in all its endeavours. Having already invested over Rs. 20,000 crore(USD 4.3 billion) the company has projects worth over another Rs. 30,000 crore(USD 6.6 billion) in the pipeline, in India. GVK has pioneered various infrastructure projects viz. setting up India’s first Independent Power Plant (IPP), first six-lane road project and first Brownfield airport under the Public Private Partnership model. GVK has over 2400 MW projects under generation and development. GVK has acquired the Australian Coal Mines in Queensland with 8 billion tonne reserves and a capacity of more than 80 million tonne per annum for USD 1.26 billion. It will also set up a 500 km rail line and a 60 mtpa port as part of the 'pit-to-port' logistics solution. The project envisages a total investment of USD 10 billion. GVK Foundation leads the company’s corporate social responsibility initiatives. The Foundation’s initiatives cover the areas of education, emergency services, community programs and social activities. Providing housing for the less privileged, urban improvement initiatives and promoting sports talent are also some of GVK Foundation’s social projects. GVK believes corporate social responsibility goes beyond sponsoring a few causes; it is a way of life. Safeguarding the environment is an integral part of every project. All of GVK’s projects reflect this philosophy and thought.

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