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Presentation on theme: "ASSOCHAM Initiative: THE ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF INDIA, NEW DELHI 1."— Presentation transcript:


2 Prime Minister of India asking for enhancing employability Active participation from private sector More opportunities for underprivileged SC/ST Proper education to SC/ST More exposure of SC/ST to corporate world 2

3 3 1)The Company affirms the recognition that its competitiveness is interlinked with the well being of the Indian society. 2)The Company believes that equal opportunity in employment for all sections of society is a component of its growth and competitiveness. It further believes that inclusive growth is a component of growth and development of the country. 3)The Company affirms the recognition that inclusion of socially and economically dis-advantaged SC and ST in the workplace has a positive impact on business. 4)The Company will not practice or support conscious discrimination in any form. 5)The Company does not bias employment away from applicants belonging to socially and economically backward SC & ST sections of society if such applicants possess competitive skills and job credentials as made public. 6)The Companys selection of business partners is not based on any considerations other than normal business parameters. In case of equal business offers, the Company will select a business partner belonging to socially and economically backward SC /ST communities.

4 7)The Company has/ will have a written policy statement on promotion of Inclusivene of SC & ST in private Sector employment. 8)The Company has/ will have an employment policy that is in the public domain. It may place such policies and employment opportunities on its website to encourage applications from socially and economically backward SC and ST communities. 9) The Company will make all efforts to the extent possible for upgrading the skills and continual training of employees from socially and economically SC and ST communities in order to enhance their capabilities and competitive skills. 10) The Company has / will have a partnership programme with educational institutions to support and aid students from socially and economically backward SC and ST communities. 11) The Company has / will have a senior executive accountable to the CEO to oversee and promote its inclusive employment policies and programmes for socially and economically backward SC and ST. The senior executive presents / will present a biannual report to the Board of the Company about such policies and programmes. 4

5 12) The Company further has a policy to maintain records on actions relating to the Concrete Steps. 13) The Company makes available its learning and experiences on promotion of social equality at work place to other companies desiring to incorporate such policies in their own business. 14) The Company is in agreement with the principles and the concrete steps outlined in the ASSOCHAM – CII Action Plan to promote inclusiveness of socially and economically backward Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes at the workplace. 15)To this end, it shall extend its cooperation to the best of its abilities to the initiatives taken by other institutions, agencies and organization to implement the broader aspects of the Action Plan. 5

6 Quarterly Report on Affirmative Action in Private sector for the period ____ to ____ 6 Annexure B Bi-Annual Report on Affirmative Action in Private Sector. Bi Annual Report on Affirmative Action in Private Sector for the Period ……… to ……….. Name of Member Companies Name/Address/Contact details etc. of ombudsman (if any) Whether adopted voluntary code of conduct Whether disclosed information relating to employment of SCs/STs in their Annual Report Nos. of ITIs adopted for up- gradation Nos. of SCs/STs recruited during period under review Contd……

7 7 1. Details of coaching classes/grant of scholarships/other incentives provided to SC/STs. 2. Action taken for skill development/ employability of SC/STs. 3. Details of action taken for entrepreneurship development of SCs/STs. 4. Details of industrial activities promoted in districts having SCs/STs concentration. 5. Other details, if any: Signature/Designation

8 From: ASSOCHAM Sent: 20/01/2011 6:03:55 pm Subject: Appointment of Ombudsman To - Managing Committee Members - Patron Members - Promoter Chambers - Corporate Associates - Overseas Members - Ordinary Members GPS/A-1/ th Jan, 2011 Appointment of Ombudsman In terms of minutes of the meeting of the Coordination Committee on the Affirmative Action for SC/ST in Private Sector conveyed to us by Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Govt. of India and the decision of the Managing Committee Meeting held on 11th Dec, 2010, ASSOCHAM is pleased to nominate following Ombudsman:- 1)Mr. Nitin Paranjpe, Western Region CEO & Managing Director, Hidustan Unilever Ltd., B.D. Sawant Marg, Chakala, Andheri (E), Mumbai – Tel: , Fax: )Shri Shyam Sunder Agarwal, Eastern Region, President, Calcutta Chamber of Commerce, 18 H, Park Street, Stephen Court, Kolkata – Tel: /

9 9 Contact Person: Dr. Atindra Sen, IAS (Retd.), Director General, Bombay Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Mackinnon Mackenzie Bldg., 4 Shaoorji Vallabhadas Marg, Ballard Estate, Mumbai – Tel: 022 – , Fax: Contact Person: Dr. Tapa Roy, Secretary, Mob: )Mr. T.T. Srinivasaraghavan, Southern Region President, Madras Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Karumuttu Centre, 1st Floor, 634 Anna Salai, Nandanam, Chennai – Tel: , Fax: 044 – )Shri K.C. Mehra, Northern Region Resident Director, Shapoorji Pallonji Group, C- 81, South Extn, Part- II, New Delhi – Tel: / 41 Mob: Contact Person: Mrs. J. Edwards, Deputy Secretary, Madras Chamber of Commerce & Industry Contact Person: Mr. G.P. Srivastava Senior Advisor, ASSOCHAM, 1 Community Center, Kailash Colony, Zamrudpur, New Delhi Tel:

10 These Ombudsman are requested to monitor compliance of the voluntary code of conduct by our members which has already been circulated earlier and available at our website: Compliance to the code could be ensured through Ombudsman and peer pressure. 10

11 The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India 1, Community Centre, Zamrudpur Kailash Colony, New Delhi – 48 Tel: Fax: Web Link: 11


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