SECL organises workshop on implementation of CSR


BILASPUR (Chhattisgarh): A three dad workshop on implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) organised by South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL)along with SPEED concluded at the Human Resources Department (HRD) the other day. The workshop was organised to inform about the implementation of CSR in all the public, undertaking and private sectors.

Addressing the gathering Director, Personnel- Radhey Shyam Singh said that it is important for all the government, private undertaking to implement the CSR in their unit for overall development of the region.

He said that the CSR is commissioned within 8 kilometer of the organisation and from 1 to 2.2.57 percent of the net profit is utilised for this job.
The Government of India it its new policy has instructed to spend five percent of the net profit in CSR works.

Singh said that the works are initiated on priority basis chalked out after a meeting of the authority of the organisation with the public representative, administration authority and the people.

Thereafter, a survey is conducted to draw out final plan of action of the CSR at primary level. He said that the CSR besides developing a healthy industrial atmosphere also works for the development of the places and people residing in the surrounding of the organisation.
Singh also replied to the queries of delegates attending the workshop. Senior authorities including General Manager (HRD) of SECL Aja Kumar, SECL officials and others were present in the workshop.

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