Corporate Social Responsibility

Employee Welfare The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities at Jubilant are in line with the provisions of Schedule VII, Sec-135 of Company’s Act 2013. Read the detailed CSR policy Click Here

The Company has a CSR and Sustainability Committee which has accorded its approval to implement its CSR activities through “Jubilant Bhartia Foundation” which is a Section 25 Company (Sec 8 as per new Act) which is in line of the provision of the Act. The social initiatives are implemented in the realm of Education, Health and Livelihood.

Jubilant Bhartia Foundation (JBF) is a not for profit organization established in 2007 by Jubilant Bhartia Group. The foundation provides consultation to Jubilant as well as other companies in implementation of their CSR programmes as per CSR mandate of Indian Companies Act, 2013.

The activities of JBF are driven towards channelizing resources for bringing measurable social change in the society and indicative of our promise of Caring, Sharing, Growing. The projects implemented by JBF have a thrust on primary education, basic healthcare and skill development for employability and self-sustenance. The programmes are backed by a need assessment study before conception and regular monitoring and impact assessment, once they hit the floor. The key drivers of conceptualisation of all the projects is the community with which jubilant works.

Besides, JBF initiatives also provides lots of opportunity for workplace volunteering and employees contribution to the society.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is deeply imbibed in the Company’s approach towards sustainable development. Jubilant considers ‘community as one of its apex stakeholders and believes in inclusive growth. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. Jubilant as a responsible corporate works in the line of these SDGs with a strong focus on social performance indicated in the CSR projects of the organization



Muskan – an initiative to support quality education

Our policy focuses on strengthening our existing educational infrastructure than to create parallel institutes for education. Hence, Project ‘Muskaan’ was conceptualised by JBF in 2007 for supporting Government Primary Schools through:

  • Improving the learning environment in the school so that students feel interested to attend school, thereby bringing down the dropout rates.
  • Enhancing quality of education imparted and motivate the students to take up higher studies.

At present, Project ‘Muskaan’ has its presence in 100 Rural Government Primary Schools with an array of star initiatives like Jubilant Pratibha Puruskaar, Joy of Reading , Month-wise extra-curricular activities , Regular village education meeting etc activities aimed at shaping up the lives of all young and budding mind.




The Company is dedicated towards providing basic healthcare facility to the community around its manufacturing locations. There are different health project running at all locations:

Swasthya Prahari – Child and mother mortality is a sensitive indicator of a country’s development. JBF has been operating a Project ‘Swasthya Prahari’ at Gajraula which promotes Planning and monitoring birth rate, Monitoring and reducing Infant Mortality Ratio (IMR), Monitoring and increasing Institutional delivery to reduce Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR). They are also working on the integrated malnutrition project of JBF.

Combating Malnutrition - JBF implements its integrated malnutrition project in 31 villages at Gajraula location in U.P. The project aims towards improving the nutritional status of children under the age of 5 years at select areas.

Community Health Services - The basic healthcare services are rendered to the community through a static medical clinic, JBF Medical Centre at Gajraula location. The centre provides various services to the patients as Outpatient Department (OPD), Day Care, Lab Tests, and Directly Observed Treatment, Short course (DOTS) for Tuberculosis, Integrated Counseling and Testing Centre (ICTC), X-Ray etc. At other locations the basic healthcare services are provided to the inmates through mobile health units


Integrated Counseling and Testing Centre (ICTC) for HIV& DOTS

JBF has started an Integrated Counseling and Testing Centre (ICTC) for HIV/AIDS in association with UP State AIDS Control Society (UPSACS) at Gajraula. It has a tie up with the Anti-Retroviral Treatment Centre at the Medical College in nearby town of Meerut, where the patients found positive are referred. Qualified Doctor, counselors and Laboratory technicians operate this centre.




Nayee Disha – Vocational Training for better livelihood opportunities.

The Company understands that root cause of poverty would be addressed through increasing the employability and livelihood opportunity of the community through skill development. Jubilant conducts skill development programs at the Vocational Training Centers (VTC) at two of its locations aimed at helping the trainees find 'vocation for life' on successful completion.


The India Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award-India is a joint initiative of Jubilant Bhartia Foundation and Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship (a sister organisation of the World Economic Forum). The award is given with an objective of recognizing promising and successful social entrepreneurs, with excellence in large-scale, system change models. The social entrepreneurs are one of the key enablers of inclusive growth who implement practical and sustainable solutions to address challenges in numerous areas including health, education, and environment, access to technology and job creation.

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