Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept that suggests that it is the responsibility of the corporations operating within society to contribute towards economic, social and environmental development that creates positive impact on society at large. The concept revolves around that fact the corporations needs to focus beyond earning just profits. The term became popular in the 1960s and now is formidable part of business operations.

CSR Financial Details (INR Lacs.)

Year – 2019-20

CSR Expenditure – 40 lacs

Bhagwati jeewan social charitable society have pledged to support maximum number of children in their education through financial support . We would be considering total expenditure of Rs. 20 lacs for this year 2019-20. Although we are looking to work throughout india , However we have just begun this marvellous initiative this year ,therefore we would be supporting the local residents of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh this year . If you know someone who need help in education genuinely, kindly contact us on below form . Currently We are accepting requests from local residents of Bhopal .This Year we would be supporting students for higher education . So if You want to study more but facing financial problem do not worry at all . This Year we would be giving Rs. 1 Lacs to Selected 20 Students So that they can pursue thier Dream .We will also go through a detailed review of your application . However we will require your original educational certificates & Identity Proof for verification purpose . You need to visit our office for physical verification as well . 


India is the first country in the world to make corporate social responsibility (CSR) mandatory, following an amendment to The Company Act, 2013 in April 2014. Businesses can invest their profits in areas such as education, poverty, gender equality, and hunger.


As per as Corporate Social Responsibility is concerned, the Companies Act, 2013 is a landmark legislation that made India the first country to mandate and quantify CSR expenditure. The inclusion of CSR is an attempt by the government to engage the businesses with the national development agenda. The details of on corporate social responsibility is mentioned in the Section 135 of the Companies Act, 2013. The Act came into force from April 1, 2014, every company, private limited or public limited, which either has a net worth of Rs 500 crore or a turnover of Rs 1,000 crore or net profit of Rs 5 crore, needs to spend at least 2% of its average net profit for the immediately preceding three financial years on Corporate social responsibility activities. The CSR activities in India should not be undertaken in the normal course of business and must be with respect to any of the activities mentioned in Schedule VII of the act.


(1) Every company having net worth of rupees five hundred crore or more, or

turnover of rupees one thousand crore or more or a net profit of rupees five crore or more

during any financial year shall constitute a Corporate Social Responsibility Committee of the

Board consisting of three or more directors, out of which at least one director shall be an

independent director.

(2) The Board’s report under sub-section (3) of section 134 shall disclose the

composition of the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee.

(3) The Corporate Social Responsibility Committee shall,—

(a) formulate and recommend to the Board, a Corporate Social Responsibility

Policy which shall indicate the activities to be undertaken by the company as

specified in Schedule VII;

(b) recommend the amount of expenditure to be incurred on the activities referred

to in clause (a); and

(c) monitor the Corporate Social Responsibility Policy of the company from time

to time.

(4) The Board of every company referred to in sub-section (1) shall,—

(a) after taking into account the recommendations made by the Corporate Social

Responsibility Committee, approve the Corporate Social Responsibility Policy for the

company and disclose contents of such Policy in its report and also place it on the

company’s website, if any, in such manner as may be prescribed; and

(b) ensure that the activities as are included in Corporate Social Responsibility

Policy of the company are undertaken by the company.

(5) The Board of every company referred to in sub-section (1), shall ensure that the

company spends, in every financial year, at least two per cent. of the average net profits of

the company made during the three immediately preceding financial years, in pursuance of

its Corporate Social Responsibility Policy:

Provided that the company shall give preference to the local area and areas around it

where it operates, for spending the amount earmarked for Corporate Social Responsibility


Provided further that if the company fails to spend such amount, the Board shall, in its

report made under clause (o) of sub-section (3) of section 134, specify the reasons for not

spending the amount.

Explanation.—For the purposes of this section “average net profit” shall be calculated

in accordance with the provisions of section 198.


In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (l) of section 467 of the Companies Act, 20l3 (18 of 2013), the Central Government hereby makes the following amendments to Schedule Vll of the said Act, namely :-

(l) In Schedule VIl, for items (i) to (x) and the entries relating thereto, the following items and entries shall be substituted, namely :-

“(i) eradicating hunger, poverty and malnutrition, promoting preventive health care and sanitation including contribution to the Swach Bharat Kosh set-up by the Central Government for the promotion of sanitation and making available safe drinking water;

(ii) promoting education, including special education and employment enhancing vocation skills especially among children, women, elderly, and the differently abled and livelihood enhancement projects;

(iii) promoting gender equality, empowering women, setting up homes and hostels for women and orphans; setting up old age homes, day care centres and such other facilities for senior citizens and measures for reducing inequalities faced by socially and economically backward groups;

(iv) ensuring environmental sustainability, ecological balance, protection of flora and fauna, animal welfare, agroforestry, conservation of natural resources and maintaining quality of soil, air and water including contribution to the Clean Ganga Fund set-up by the Central Government for the promotion of sanitation;

(v) protection of national heritage, alt and culture including restoration of buildings and sites of historical importance and works of art; setting up public libraries; promotion and development of traditional arts and handicrafts;

(vi) measures for the benefit of armed forces veterans, war widows and their dependents;

(vii) training to promote rural sports, nationally recognised sports, paralympic sports and Olympic sports;

(viii) contribution to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund or any other fund set up by the Central Government for socio-economic development and relief and welfare of the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, other backward classes, minorities and women;

(ix) contributions or funds provided to technology incubators located within academic institutions which are approved by the Central Government;

(x) rural development projects;

(xi) slum area development.