In India, the concept of CSR is governed by clause 135 of the Companies Act, 2013, which was passed by both Houses of the Parliament, and had received the assent of the President of India on 29 August 2013. The CSR provisions within the Act is applicable to companies with an annual turnover of 1,000 crore INR and more, or a net worth of 500 crore INR and more, or a net profit of five crore INR and more. The new rules, which will be applicable from the fiscal year 2014-15 onwards, also require companies to set-up a CSR committee consisting of their board members, including at least one independent director. The Act encourages companies to spend at least 2% of their average net profit in the previous three years on CSR activities. The ministry’s draft rules, which have been put up for public comment, define net profit as the profit before tax as per the books of branches outside India.
National Snakebite Initiative: UN Award winning Program
Addressing the Neglected Tropical Disease: The project is targeted to address the emergency, therapeutic black hole & total ignorance on the NTD throughout the country as there are no other organized efforts similar to ours to address & act on the same, being the foremost initiative started in Tamil Nadu our services are extended to surrounded regions and gradually expanding geographically
1. Rural Snake Safety Outreach & Campaign for Rural / Urban Schools & colleges
2. Snake Safety Training for & Women groups & Public Service Departments
3. Snake Safety (Rescue) officer Employment Training for hopeless unemployed Tribal youth
4. Historical Envenomation Survey, at Rural & Urban Resident
5. Epidemiologic Study on Envenomation, Research on Venom & Anti-venom6. Envenomation Victim Rehabilitation Saving Rural & Urban snakebite victim