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Mahindra And Mahindra Limited

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Class Public
State Maharashtra
Company Type Other than Govt.
RoC RoC-Mumbai
Sub Category Company limited by shares
Listing Status Listed

 


Average Net Profit 41,517,400,000.00
CSR Prescribed Expenditure 830,300,000.00
CSR Spent 830,300,000.00
Local Area Spent 0.00

 

S.No. CSR Project(s) Development Sector(s) State District Project Amount Outlay Amount Spent Mode of Implementation Feedback
1 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 5,000,000.00 5,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
2 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 63,200,000.00 63,200,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
3 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 16,300,000.00 16,300,000.00 Directly
4 Environment Animal Welfare Conservation Of Resources Environmental Sustainability Andhra Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 15,000,000.00 15,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
5 Environment Animal Welfare Conservation Of Resources Environmental Sustainability Andhra Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 16,000,000.00 16,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
6 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 2,500,000.00 2,500,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
7 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education Madhya Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 10,500,000.00 10,500,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
8 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 3,700,000.00 3,700,000.00 Directly
9 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 25,000,000.00 25,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
10 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education Karnataka NEC/ Not mentioned 24,700,000.00 24,700,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
11 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 60,000,000.00 60,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
12 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 6,200,000.00 6,200,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
13 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education Chandigarh NEC/ Not mentioned 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
14 Environment Animal Welfare Conservation Of Resources Environmental Sustainability PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 24,400,000.00 24,400,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
15 Health Eradicating Hunger Poverty And Malnutrition Safe Drinking Water Sanitation Health Care PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 83,700,000.00 83,700,000.00 Directly
16 Health Eradicating Hunger Poverty And Malnutrition Safe Drinking Water Sanitation Health Care PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 6,800,000.00 6,800,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
17 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education Andhra Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 37,300,000.00 37,300,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
18 Health Eradicating Hunger Poverty And Malnutrition Safe Drinking Water Sanitation Health Care PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 23,600,000.00 23,600,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
19 Education Differently Abled Livelihood Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 18,000,000.00 18,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
20 Gender Equality Women Empowerment Old Age Homes Reducing Inequalities NEC/ Not Mentioned Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 8,000,000.00 8,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
21 Education Differently Abled Livelihood NEC/ Not Mentioned Jammu And Kashmir NEC/ Not mentioned 15,000,000.00 15,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
22 Health Eradicating Hunger Poverty And Malnutrition Safe Drinking Water Sanitation Sanitation PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 144,000,000.00 144,000,000.00 Directly
23 Health Eradicating Hunger Poverty And Malnutrition Safe Drinking Water Sanitation Health Care PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 7,200,000.00 7,200,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
24 Health Eradicating Hunger Poverty And Malnutrition Safe Drinking Water Sanitation Sanitation PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 37,000,000.00 37,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
25 Education Differently Abled Livelihood NEC/ Not Mentioned Chandigarh NEC/ Not mentioned 8,000,000.00 8,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
26 Prime MinisterS National Relief Fund Prime Minister's National Relief Fund PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 20,000,000.00 20,000,000.00 Directly
27 Rural Development Rural Development Projects Andhra Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 10,000,000.00 10,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
28 Rural Development Rural Development Projects Tamil Nadu NEC/ Not mentioned 26,700,000.00 26,700,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
29 Rural Development Rural Development Projects PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 30,000,000.00 30,000,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
30 Rural Development Rural Development Projects Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 56,200,000.00 56,200,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
31 Rural Development Rural Development Projects Madhya Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 27,400,000.00 27,400,000.00 By Trusts/ Societies/ Section 8 Company set up by the Company itself
Grand Total 832,400,000.00 832,400,000.00
Average Net Profit 42,474,500,000.00
CSR Prescribed Expenditure 849,500,000.00
CSR Spent 859,000,000.00
Local Area Spent 0.00

 

S.No. CSR Project(s) Development Sector(s) State District Project Amount Outlay Amount Spent Mode of Implementation Feedback
1 Multiple Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 849,000,000.00 859,000,000.00 Directly
Grand Total 849,000,000.00 859,000,000.00
Average Net Profit 4,165.21
CSR Prescribed Expenditure 83.30
CSR Spent 83.30
Local Area Spent 6.88

 

S.No. CSR Project(s) Development Sector(s) State District Project Amount Outlay Amount Spent Mode of Implementation Feedback
1 Health Health care PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 98,700,000.00 101,400,000.00 Other Implementing Agency
2 Environment Green Environmental Sustainability PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 52,000,000.00 52,000,000.00 Other Implementing Agency
3 Education and Employment Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 451,800,000.00 451,800,000.00 Other Implementing Agency
4 NEC Not mentioned NEC/ Not Mentioned NEC/ Not mentioned NEC/ Not mentioned 0.00 0.00 NEC/ Not Mentioned
5 Rural Development Rural Development Projects PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 230,500,000.00 230,500,000.00 Other Implementing Agency
Grand Total 833,000,000.00 835,700,000.00
Average Net Profit 4,063.55
CSR Prescribed Expenditure 81.27
CSR Spent 81.98
Local Area Spent 7.02

 

S.No. CSR Project(s) Development Sector(s) State District Project Amount Outlay Amount Spent Mode of Implementation Feedback
1 LIFELINE EXPRESS – Hospital on wheels catering to medical needs of rural people who dont have access to quality medical facilities. Diagnostic medical and surgical treatment for preventive and curative interventions e.g. cataract cleft lip palate breast cervical and oral cancer screening and surgery epilepsy counselling and medication and dental and deafness correction. Impact: 7641 people received medical and diagnostic services in FY18 through the Lifeline Express at Ratlam Madhya Pradesh. Health care Madhya Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 10,500,000.00 10,500,000.00 Other implementing agencies
2 SURYODAY – Village Electrification through solar wind energy. Impact: 637 beneficiaries Rural Development Projects Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 3,700,000.00 3,700,000.00 Other implementing agencies
3 CANCARE TRUST – Providing a grant for setting up The Head and Neck Cancer Institute of India which is a Public Private partnership with BMC and CanCare Trust. Health care Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 10,000,000.00 10,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
4 GRAM VIKAS – Integrated Village Development including water management through revival reconstruction of water structures accessing Government schemes like Pradhan Mantri Ujwala Yojana. Impact: 33701 Beneficiaries Rural Development Projects PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 22,400,000.00 22,400,000.00 Other implementing agencies
5 KARO TRUST – Providing financial and psychological support to patients suffering from critical and life threatening illnesses. Health care Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 20,000,000.00 20,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
6 SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN – Cleanliness drives and construction of toilets cleaning up of a fish market rally for rivers – Cleanliness Drive and infrastructure development. Impact: 670 Toilets constructed. 131342 Beneficiaries Health care PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 24,400,000.00 24,400,000.00 Directly by company
7 SAMANTAR – Clothes Donation Drive and Advocacy Programs for street children women senior citizens and specially-abled children. Impact: 722 Beneficiaries Gender equality PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 200,000.00 200,000.00 Other implementing agencies
8 SPORTS –Scholarships and Infrastructure Support Impact: 2510 Beneficiaries Training to promote sports PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 2,600,000.00 2,600,000.00 Other implementing agencies
9 VILLAGE SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION MISSION – Supporting holistic development of 1000 villages in Maharashtra to plug developmental gaps and collectively partake in nation building. Rural Development Projects Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 20,000,000.00 20,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
10 RISE GALLERY AT THE PARTITION MUSEUM – The Partition Museum Project is a world class physical museum dedicated to the memory of the Partition of the sub–continent in 1947 — its victims its survivors and its lasting legacy. The RISE gallery showcases the rise of the Independence Movement spanning from 1930–1945 (culminating in the year which also marks the foundation of our Company). Art and culture Punjab NEC/ Not mentioned 2,500,000.00 2,500,000.00 Other implementing agencies
11 SEHAT – The program provides ambulance services regular mobile dispensaries medical camps cancer care programs holistic HIV–AIDS program Mother Child care immunisation out reach nutritional support providing safe drinking water awareness camps pest control services and infrastructure development. Impact: 348962 Beneficiaries Health care PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 25,900,000.00 25,900,000.00 Other implementing agencies
12 KRISHI MITR – RURAL DEVELOPMENT AIMED AT IMPROVING INCOME GENERATION FOR FARMING COMMUNITIES – The program includes micro nutrient soil testing advisory services drip irrigation agri extension services dairy farming permaculture farming infrastructure development and capacity building resulting in improvement in agricultural productivity. Impact: 23930 Beneficiaries Rural Development Projects PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 49,900,000.00 49,900,000.00 Other implementing agencies
13 RISE FOR SAFE ROADS – Creating Indias first Zero Fatality Corridor on the Mumbai Pune Expressway through interventions in 4Es i.e. Engineering Enforcement Education and Emergency Response and implementing the ADAPT™ Program through which safe driving training is given to long haul truck drivers. Impact: 14 reduction in fatalities over FY17 and 1224 drivers trained in FY18 and 3247 trained since 2015 Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 35,000,000.00 35,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
14 WORLD WIDE FUND FOR NATURE INDIA – supporting the Nature Guardian Program. Environmental sustainability Delhi NEC/ Not mentioned 100,000.00 100,000.00 Other implementing agencies
15 MAHINDRA PRIDE SCHOOL – A livelihood training school for youth from socially economically disadvantaged backgrounds. In FY18 the Mahindra Group supported 9 schools in Pune Patna Chandigarh Srinagar Hyderabad Varanasi and 3 in Chennai through which 6323 students were trained. From inception till date 26674 students have been trained and 100 have been placed. Of these your Company has supported the schools in Chandigarh Srinagar Hyderabad Varanasi 2 in Chennai which skilled 3711 students in FY18. Further in FY18 an aditional 41687 students were trained through 955 Mahindra Pride Classrooms conducted through Polytechnics and Arts Science Colleges in 9 States. The Mahindra Pride Classrooms provide 40–120 hours of training to final year students covering English Speaking Life Skills Aptitude Interview Group Discussion and Digital Literacy. Livelihood Enhancement Projects PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 80,000,000.00 80,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
16 WARDHA FARMER FAMILY PROJECT (WFFP) – Enriching farmers lives through comprehensive agrarian solution with a focus on pomegranate cultivation in 79 villages in Wardha benefitting 751 famer families since 2014. Rural Development Projects Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 52,000,000.00 52,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
17 HUNNAR – Skill Development for youth through vocational courses in auto sales service diesel generators training and ITI Upgradation. Impact: 4930 Beneficiaries Livelihood Enhancement Projects PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 21,200,000.00 21,200,000.00 Other implementing agencies
18 MAHARASHTRA STATE WOMENS COUNCIL – STUDY CENTRE – in Worli provides 980 students aged 15–35 years from low socio economic commuities in the neighbourhood a safe place to study. Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 200,000.00 200,000.00 Other implementing agencies
19 SCHOLARSHIPS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO UNDERPRIVILEGED GIRLS – for supporting the educational activities of the Trust including providing scholarships financial assistance to enable imrpoved learning outcomes primarily amongst girls. Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 16,000,000.00 16,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
20 INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (IWMP) – Private Public Partnership (PPP) model with Government of Madhya Pradesh and at Hatta with National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) for increasing the ground water table resulting in increased agricultural productivity and improved living standards. Impact: Working in 48 villages benefiting 35265 people Rural Development Projects Madhya Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 31,100,000.00 31,100,000.00 Other implementing agencies
21 CENTRE FOR RESEARCH RURAL INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT – Supporting resarch academic development training activities of the organisation. Education Punjab NEC/ Not mentioned 1,500,000.00 1,500,000.00 Other implementing agencies
22 SAHYOG – Through a skill based volunteering platform called Sahyog Mahindra employees have mentored 1000 students. Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 600,000.00 600,000.00 Directly by company
23 EHS+ – The Company partnered with OSC to establish a EHS+ center for training small and medium enterprises in the industrial sector with an aim of promoting environmental sustainability. Impact: 779 were trained in FY18. Total 2300+ trained since 2015 Environmental sustainability Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 16,300,000.00 16,300,000.00 Other implementing agencies
24 PROJECT HARIYALI – A) ARAKU PROJECT– Tree plantation to increase green cover and improve livelihood of farmers. In FY18 the project planted 1.5 million trees in totality. This CSR grant enabled the planting of 1094724 trees in the tribal Araku valley belt. B) TREES PLANTED by Auto Farm Agri Sector – 133619 trees. Environmental sustainability PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 53,900,000.00 53,900,000.00 Other implementing agencies
25 NAGAR – Contribution to initiatives for Advocacy Goverance and Environment Renewal. Environmental sustainability Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 300,000.00 300,000.00 Other implementing agencies
26 GREEN GUARDIANS – Promoting green energy through collaboration with IIT(M)s COE – Center for Battery Operation. Promoting Electric Taxi Service with two– fold benefit of green transport and customised and user friendly taxis for specially–abled people. Promoting use of Bio Gas produced through Canteen Waste for hospital. Impact: 2900 Beneficiaries Environmental sustainability PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 7,200,000.00 7,200,000.00 Other implementing agencies
27 DISASTER RELIEF – Carrying out flood relief operations in Bihar Bengal and Assam. 5375 food packets were distributed to benefit 21500 people. Poverty Eradicating Hunger Malnutrition PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 2,900,000.00 2,900,000.00 Directly by company
28 MADHAVRAO SCINDIA TRUST – Contribution towards organising of a Lifeline Express Camp in partnership with Impact India Foundation to provide medical treatment and diagnostic facilities to underprivileged in Guna Parliamentary constituency. Health care Madhya Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 500,000.00 500,000.00 Other implementing agencies
29 ST. JUDE INDIA CHILDCARE CENTRE – Contribution towards setting up centres to provide a safe clean comfortable and caring environment to children undergoing cancer treatment and their families. Health care Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 200,000.00 200,000.00 Other implementing agencies
30 NAVDRUSHTI – EYE CARE AND VISION CORRECTIONS – Awareness drives eye testing distribution of spectacles and cataract surgeries for deprived sections of society Impact: 8825 Beneficiaries Health care PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 3,200,000.00 3,200,000.00 Other implementing agencies
31 MAHINDRA SAARTHI ABHIYAAN– Scholarship Program for Truck Drivers Girl Child who have cleared Class 10 and applied for Higher Secondary education thereby encouraging them to take up higher education. Impact: 1000 Scholarships in FY18. Total 3408 since 2015 Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 16,000,000.00 16,000,000.00 Directly by company
32 K C MAHINDRA SCHOLARSHIP FOR POST GRADUATE STUDIES ABROAD – Providing scholarships to deserving meritorious students who are pursuing their post graduate studies overseas. Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 1,200,000.00 1,200,000.00 Other implementing agencies
33 PALCARE – supporting the palliative care program for people with chronic illnesses such as cancer alzheimers kidney failure lung conditions and stroke. Health care Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 2,500,000.00 2,500,000.00 Other implementing agencies
34 STREETSMART – Safe Driving awareness camps Defensive Driver Training Infrastructure Support. Impact: 44723 Beneficiaries Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 16,000,000.00 16,000,000.00 Directly by company
35 SOCIAL AMBASSADOR PROGRAM– A career guidance program benefitting 3200 students including those from low income communities. Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 2,500,000.00 2,500,000.00 Directly by company
36 BAJA – PROJECT BASED LEARNING OF AUTO ENGINEERING CONCEPTS – Undergraduate Engineering Students are provided with a platform in the form of a project that allows hands on experience in all aspects of automobile engineering and interaction with auto stakeholders. Impact: Participation of 9700 College Students Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 14,000,000.00 14,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
37 JEEVANDAN – BLOOD DONATION INCLUDING LIFE SUPPORT FOR THALASSEMIA PATIENTS An ESOPs initiative that is held regularly across Plants. It includes a robust Thalassemia Adoption Program providing an uninterrupted blood supply for Thalassemia patients. Impact: 9806 Beneficiaries Health care PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 Directly by company
38 A WORLD IN MOTION (AWIM) – PROJECT BASED LEARNING OF MECHANICAL CONCEPTS – Class V VI students are provided with a platform that allows hands on experience of mechanical concepts for building vehicles for road and water. Impact: Participation of 103517 students Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 5,900,000.00 5,900,000.00 Other implementing agencies
39 SEVA MANDIR TRUST – Quality education provided to 900 underprivileged children in the age group of 6–14 years through 28 Shiksha Kendra’s. Education Rajasthan NEC/ Not mentioned 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
40 MEDICAL OUTREACH – 10 needy and deserving patients from a speciality hospital in Nagpur will receive financial aid to meet their medical expenses or surgery costs. Health care Madhya Pradesh NEC/ Not mentioned 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
41 MAHINDRA SCHOLARSHIPS FOR UWC STUDENTS – Scholarships to enable deserving students to study at Mahindra United World College of India. Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 90,000,000.00 90,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
42 GYANDEEP – The program includes providing support to a variety of NGOs across the country to provide scholarships digital education career guidance mentoring provision of books stationary Abacus Learning Module and Educational Infrastructure Improvement support. Impact: 1097 Scholarships provided. Beneficiaries : 25759 children. Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 19,800,000.00 19,800,000.00 Other implementing agencies
43 RESEARCH PROJECTS OF THE INDIAN COUNCIL ON GLOBAL RELATIONS – Public policy research and knowledge generation on pressing national issues. Education Maharashtra NEC/ Not mentioned 20,000,000.00 20,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
44 MAHINDRA WORLD SCHOOL EDUCATION TRUST – Construction of a school building to accommodate an additional section for Grade KG–12 to benefit the local community. Education Tamil Nadu NEC/ Not mentioned 20,000,000.00 20,000,000.00 Other implementing agencies
45 NANHI KALI – Provides educational support (material academic) to underprivileged girls in India through an after school support program. In FY18 the project supported the education of 143992 girls. Of these 14843 girls were supported by your Company while the Mahindra Group as a whole supported 61284 girls. The balance girls are supported by individuals and other corporates. Your Company also supported 25 NStar centres (out of 73) through which 5066 young girls (16–21 years) received training in 21st Century skills which include financial computer literacy spoken English as well as health and nutritional awareness along with physical fitness. This enables them to build a life of dignity and self–respect. Education PAN India NEC/ Not mentioned 94,600,000.00 94,600,000.00 Other implementing agencies
Grand Total 819,800,000.00 819,800,000.00