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JSW Group is one of the fastest growing business conglomerates with a strong presence in the

core economic sector. This Sajjan Jindal led enterprise has grown from a steel rolling mill in
1982 to a multi business conglomerate worth US $10 billion within a short span of time.
As part of the US $ 16.5 billion O. P. Jindal Group, JSW Group has diversified interests in
Steel, Energy, Minerals and Mining, Aluminium, Infrastructure and Logistics, Cement and
Information Technology.
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On its road to growth and expansion, the Group is also conscious about its responsibility
towards environment and social development. Eco-efficiency is a matter of principle.
Preventive measures for damage to the environment are taken into account at the planning stage
of production and growth.
JSW Foundation, an integral part of the Group, is the CSR wing, with a vision to create socio
economic difference in the fields of Education, Health and Sports, Community
Relationship/Propagation as well as Art, Culture and Heritage.

JSW Foundation plans and implements social development activities of the JSW group of
companies. It is an independent institution and is governed by a Board of Trustees who is
drawn from the senior management of the JSW group of companies. The Foundation is headed
by Mrs Sangita Jindal while the executive is headed by Shri Jugal Tandon in his capacity as
CEO, Corporate Sustainability. A team of social development professionals is based in Mumbai
and at every location where JSW has its operations and undertake community based activity in
consultation with their respective managements. An Advisory Board comprising of eminent
NGO leaders has been constituted recently to render advice on social processes and
participatory planning and execution of projects.
A social development policy has been accepted by the group. JSW cherishes people and
believes in inclusive growth to facilitate creation of a value based and empowered society
through continuous and purposeful engagement of all stakeholders. In partnership with external
development agencies, JSW would strive toachieve sustainable development in all spheres of
life including integrated community development, promotion of arts and culture, environment
protection and sports .

As a responsible corporate, JSW would integrate its environment, HR and ethical business
policies with appropriate community engagement and gender equity. JSW is committed to
allocation of 1.5% of its PAT to pursue its CSR policy. In tune with this, JSW Foundation
works closely with village communities and creates synergies with other verticals of the JSW
group to assimilate their intervention in a social development framework.