93981CSR (2012-13) by Bosch India Ltd.
- Jan 31, 2014
CSR by Bosch India Ltd.
Sales: Rs 9742 Cr
Profit before Tax: Rs 1346 Cr
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Source: Bosch India Ltd. Annual Report (2012), Pg No: 21 & Business Responsibility Report (2012-13), Pg No: 59 -72
Corporate Social Responsibility
Taking the lead in community development
Society is one of Boschs key stakeholders and many campaigns and projects have been driven with this
thought. Projects at the Plants are driven primarily through vocational training, environment, health and
hygiene as well as community development.
Bosch Limited conducts several programs on a regular basis as part of CSR. At theBangalore Plant, the
Children Healthcare Development Program screens around 2,000 children from 18 schools varying from the
age of six to 16 for medical ailments. Internally too, the Plant often conducts health camps such as cardiac and
orthopedic check-ups for associates and their family members. Around 1,200 people, including associates
and family members, have benefitted from such health camps. An ambulance was also donated to the
Department of Factories on National Safety Day in 2012 to provide emergency assistance for industrial
accident cases in industrial layouts in Bangalore . This ambulance is specially used by the Employee State
The Nashik Plant conducts several projects such as the malnutrition diet program, dental hygiene camps for
children, and blood donation camps for kids affected by thalassemia. Every year, a general health camp is
conducted in villages with specialist doctors from Nashik participating in this camp. In 2012, around 387
patients benefited from this program.
Jaipur has often been in the news for poor water quality. Its citizens have suffered from unavailability of
drinking water. Residents of Jaipur have also complained of high fluoride content in water, which can affect the
teeth and bones. Bosch set up a Reverse Osmosis Plant in the Government Industrial Training Institute - now
adopted by the Jaipur Plant - and another one at Goner village. The Reverse Osmosis Plant provides safe
drinking water to around 820 families in and around the village, apart from 150 students, including staff at the
Industrial Training Institute.
Last year, the Naganathapura Plant also conducted a special program around Parappana Agrahara and
Naganathapura villages. The idea was to plant as many saplings as possible so that they will grow into lush green
trees. So associates at the Plant took the area by
Chairman: Dr. A. Hieronimus
Bosch India Ltd.
Bangalore - 560 030
Tel: 080-22992314 080-22992114
Website: : www.boschindia.com
As verified on 31st January 2014.