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Section 4(b)-(xii)

The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and details of beneficiaries of such amounts

As such CIL does not have any subsidy schemes/programmes for public. Most of CIL’s operating mines are located in remote rural areas which are socio-economically backward and deficient in the basic civic amenities. CIL, as responsible corporate citizen has been addressing the issue of community development in the neighbourhood areas of its stations, which had been impacted due to establishment of the project. CIL is also conscious about the need for socio-economic development of SC/ST community, the under privileged and needy segments in the neighbouring areas. Towards this, CIL during 2004-05 adopted “Corporate Social Responsibility – Community Development (CSR-CD) policy, July 04. Under CSR policy of CIL during FY 2022-23, total CSR expenditure was ₹586.50 crore made in different section e.g. ₹204.45 crore was spent on health care, nutrition and sanitation, ₹9.40 crore was spent on Thalassemia Bal Sewa Yojna and ₹143.69 crore was spent on education and livelihood.

Coal mining operations have intricate connection with people and communities. Stronger bonds between the Company and its stakeholders help forge sustainable relationships that bolster the foundation of our people centric approach.

In collaboration with local communities, NGOs and government agencies, Coal India has implemented several projects that specifically designed to cater to the needs of the marginalised sections of society. Through vocational training, scholarships and educational support, CIL aim to uplift the quality of marginalised communities and bridge the social and economic divide.

CIL believe in fostering economic well-being of communities in which CIL operate by empowering the local workforce through skill development and creating sustainable livelihood opportunities.

CIL have undertaken several initiatives to improve access to healthcare services. In collaboration with Ministry of Health, 11 hospitals and Thalassemics India CIL have launched ‘Thalassemia Bal Sewa Yojana (TBSY)’This initiate provides upto ₹10 lakhs of financial assistance for bone marrow transplants, benefitting underprivileged patients. CIL have undertaken several initiatives to uplift communities and enhance infrastructure in rural area. Construction of border road in Chamoli, Uttarakhand for instance, has improved connectivity to this region. Our comprehensive community development programme (CCDP)- Utthan focuses on uplifting household in MCL’s command areas through livestock development, agro-horti-forestry, improved agriculture and water resource development. Thus CIL attends the four pillars of Sustainable Development with right balance to reach sustainability.