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Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

Introduction:
Corporate Social Responsibility is the responsibility that companies accept for the environment around them, for the best working practices, for their engagement in their local communities and for their recognition that brand names depend not only on quality, price and uniqueness but on how, cumulatively, they interact with companies' workforce, community and environment.
Purpose:
We comply with laws, regulations and rules regarding corporate activities, and act with the highest ethical standards and a good social conscience appropriate for a company engaged in a business that affects human lives based on the following principles. We fulfill our corporate social responsibility (CSR) by actively responding to an ever-changing society and improving our corporate value.
Scope:
This Policy applies to DSIN and all employees of DSIN.
Objective:
The objectives of this policy are as follows:
1. Compliance
2. Social Contribution
3. Environmental Management
4. Human Rights and Labour Practices
5. Communication
Policy Guidelines:
1. Promote Management of Compliance and educate employees on compliance
2. Contribute to the Society as an Organization and Encouraging people to contribute to the     society.
3. Reduce the Environmental burden in every business operation
4. Realize a working Environment which respects Employee Diversity
5. Reinforce Communication with Stakeholders
Social Contribution Policy
I.      PURPOSE
Daiichi Sankyo India Pharma Private Limited (DSIN/the Company) wants to improve and continue its relationship with different stakeholders from the perspective of making the contribution to society in philanthropic activities. This policy aims to work together with local communities as a good corporate citizen.
II.      SCOPE
This policy is a part of the Corporate Social Responsibility Policy of the company. This Policy applies to DSIN and all the employees of DSIN.
III.     CSR COMMITTEE
The Board of Directors of the company has the power to constitute the CSR Committee. The committee shall act according to this policy and have the power to revise the policy with the approval of the Board. The Board shall disclose the activities and the CSR spend in the Directors Report.
IV.     POLICY GUIDELINE
         1.     CSR Spend:
At least 2% of the average net profits of the company made during three immediately preceding financial year shall be spent every financial year on this policy. The spend shall start from the financial year 2014-15. The CSR spend shall be made within India.
         2.     Areas of CSR Spend:
The CSR Committee shall decide, with the approval of the Board, one or more following areas in which the contribution shall be made by the company:
(i)     Reducing child mortality and improving maternal health;
(ii)    Combating human immunodeficiency virus, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, malaria         and other diseases;
(iii)   Promoting preventive health care
(iv)   Eradicating hunger and poverty;
(v)    Promotion of education;
(vi)   Promoting gender equality and empowering women;
(vii)  Employment enhancing vocational skills;
(viii) Contribution to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund or any other fund set up by the         Central Government or the State Governments as prescribed
(ix)   Such other matters as may be prescribed by statute
         3.     How To Spend
The company can either undertake the CSR activity by its own or can contribute to a corpus of Trust/society/section 8 companies as defined by the Companies Act, 2013, which is created exclusively for undertaking CSR activities. The CSR committee shall monitor the expenditure being made towards this policy. The CSR amount shall not be spend for company's internal use or for the benefit for the employees of DSIN.
Any amount spent by the company itself or in partnership with the employees of the company for other than the areas mentioned in clause IV-2 above or amount spent for outside India, shall be treated as additional spend and shall not be considered in the amount calculated as per clause IV-1 above and shall not need Board approval.
Note:
Section 8 Companies are the companies which are being incorporated with charitable objective.

Company Profile

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