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Enactment of Companies Act, 2013 by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India was one of the world's largest experiments of introducing the CSR as a mandatory provision by imposing statutory obligation on Companies to take up CSR projects towards social welfare activities. This has made India the only country which has regulated and mandated CSR for some select categories of companies registered under the Act. This CSR Initiative will push the nation towards achievement of sustainable development goals and public-private partnership in transforming India. Read More

*The data for FY 2016-17 is provisional due to delay in the Annual Filing.

Give Your Suggestion / Feedback on Legal Sub Committee’s report before 23rd May 2018 @ feedback.csr@gov.in. || Successful companies have a social responsibility to make the world a better place and not just take from it. || CSR Extends beyond Corporate Philanthropy: It is a collective responsibility to build a society which supplements Government's efforts to achieve inclusive growth which includes broad-based benefits and ensures equality of opportunity for all. || Give Your Feedback on Specific Project
FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17
9565 13828 4719
Total Amount Spent on CSR (INR Cr.) Total Amount Spent on CSR (INR Cr.) Total Amount Spent on CSR (INR Cr.)
CSR Spent: Top 10 States
CSR Spent: Listed vs. Unlisted Companies
CSR Spent: Govt. vs. Other than Govt. Companies
CSR Spent: An Overview
CSR Compliance: Company-wise