The Tata Chemicals vision is to serve society through science.The company’s corporate philosophy is deeply rooted in the principles of sustainability which implies a commitment to environmental stewardship while adding economic value, promoting human rights and building social capital.
Care for the community For several decades now, the company has consistently demonstrated its concern for the community (both internal and external) and a respect for its environment and the local ecology. In India, the townships of Mithapur, Babrala and Haldia are unique examples of corporate-community bonding where community initiatives go hand in hand with local infrastructural development schemes such as watershed management and rural health and education. The Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD) does stellar work in furthering community development along several vectors.
Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD) philosophy is deeply rooted in the principles of sustainability. It recognizes that sustainability encompasses environmental stewardship, adding economic value, promoting human rights and building social capital. TCSRD sustainability efforts are augmented by its social development interventions which are being carried out by TCSRD, in and around Mithapur in Gujarat; Babrala in UP and Haldia in West Bengal For the past three decades, TCSRD has consistently demonstrated its concern for its communities (both internal and external) and a respect for its environment and the local ecology. TCSRD, through its focused interventions and participatory approach ensures that the community members become the real managers and owners and work towards their own development and that of the society at large. To assess the impact of their community development interventions, TCSRD every year does the community satisfaction survey. This helps TCSRD to build a stronger foundation for an inclusive society. Broadly, the community development initiatives at Mithapur, Babrala and Haldia are divided into six thematic areas which are Natural Resource Management, Environment Care and Conservation, Livelihood Development, Empowerment, Health, Education, Infrastructure development support.