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Estimated Prescribed CSR of Companies for the Year 2021-22

By CSRBOX On 23 September 2021
 
 Estimated Prescribed CSR of Companies for the Year 2021-22
 

From the 510 companies covered under the research, the overall estimated prescribed CSR for FY 2021-22 came out to be INR 13706 Cr. 

Around 64% of the companies have prescribed CSR of INR 1 to 25 Cr. whereas 6.5% and 8.2% of them have more than INR 100 Cr. and between INR 25 to 50 Cr. respectively.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) implies a concept whereby companies voluntarily contribute to a better society and a cleaner environment. It opens an opportunity for companies to integrate social and other helpful concerns in their business operations for the betterment of their stakeholders and society in general in a voluntary way. Not only can these CSR models increase business and revenue, but they can also promote change and progress throughout the region, which often involves helping people with few or no resources. As with consumers, so with employees. People now want to work for companies they can believe in and whose values align with their own.

Through this report, we bring to you the key insights of the estimated prescribed CSR budgets for the financial year 2021-22. Our research comprises of analysis across industry types, company types, geography, and size of companies. We further closely investigate the sectoral and spatial distribution of the prescribed CSR funds for FY 2021-22. The analysis is conducted for 510 listed large companies with an estimated prescribed CSR of INR 1 Cr.

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 *Miscellaneous category includes aquaculture, packaging paints & varnishes, breweries & distilleries, cigarettes, printing & stationery, etc.


To access the Prescribed CSR Data of FY 21-22, for 500 Big Listed Companies, visit our online store: Link 


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