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Welcome to TATA Metaliks


Our initiatives for the society


Our initiatives for the society

Driven by our Company values and commitment to operate with fairness, respect, transparency, and accountability, Tata Metaliks seeks to build a trust-based relationship with our local stakeholders. We strongly believe that it is our responsibility to share benefits and leave a positive legacy with communities while respecting our host communities' cultures, traditions, and human rights. We at Tata Metaliks recognize it as our responsibility to identify human rights risks and impacts and actively work to manage them.

Emphasizing well-being of communities near us

We undertake assessment surveys at periodic intervals to analyze community requirements vis-à-vis our capability to support them. These steps help us identify our CSR and Affirmative Action priorities. CSR at Tata Metaliks primarily focuses on the well-being of the people in No. 4 Kalaikunda Gram Panchayat of Kharagpur 1 Block in Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal.

₹540 lakh

Contribution for CSR


Dalit & Tribal Beneficiaries




Vendor partners-Affirmative Action

Our Key Focus Areas

Education (17,400+ Beneficiaries)(Dalit & Tribal- 7,354)
We aim to improve access to quality education through infrastructure development in Government primary and high schools. We also provide Sadbhavna Scholarship to deserving students from Dalit, tribal and below-poverty-line families in high schools and colleges.

  • Implementing Phase 1 of ‘TML 300 Schools Project’ to ensure equitable and quality school education with a special focus on marginalized tribal communities in Kharagpur- 1 block. It is aimed to create a replicable and scalable model by making the entire block a Child Labour Free Zone (CLFZ) by ensuring 100% enrolment in schools of children aged 3-16 years
  • Facilitated youth-led initiatives to improve education for dropouts, health, and nutrition among adolescents and youth
  • Facilitated science, technology, engineering, mathematics, English, and computer learning in high schools
  • Started learning enhancement project for girls with learning difficulties

Essential Enablers (8,400+ Beneficiaries)(Dalit & Tribal- 2,806)
Aims to ensure well-being of people by providing safe drinking water, basic hygiene, sanitation and healthcare

  • Providing potable drinking water in villages through deep bore wells, overhead water tanks, water distribution Pipes in convenient locations
  • Construction of toilet blocks and drainage systems
  • Construction of bathrooms for women
  • Wastewater management system
  • Introduction of solar water pumps in drinking water projects to promote green energy and reducing the financial burden of paying the electricity bills
  • Organized health camps for the community, school children, and workers of foundries in Howrah, health and hygiene sessions for truck drivers at Truck parking
  • Ambulance service in Kolkata
  • Bathroom for women

Jal Se Jeevan

As part of our water sustainability journey to become water positive, we launched ‘Jal Se Jeevan’. The project is in line with a holistic water sustainability strategy to create water conservation structures and allied initiatives via our water distribution pipes in 25 villages.

Till date we have:

  • Excavated 4 community ponds and have more than doubled their water storage capacity
  • Planted more than 5,000 fruit and forestry plants in 636 households We remain focused to:
  • Ensure water distribution pipes and sanitation/ wastewater management to target 25 model villages
  • Become water positive by FY 2024-25

Employability (660+ Beneficiaries)(Dalit & Tribal- 112)

Aims to develop a pool of skilled and employable youth to be gainfully employed

  • Skill development training in employable trades at the Tata Metaliks Skill Development Centre (TMSDC) in partnership with Tata Strive
  • Sponsoring three-year Diploma Engineering at NTTF-Tata Steel Technical Institute for matriculate youth
  • Sponsoring three-year General Nursery and Midwifery course for intermediate youth

Entrepreneurship (730+ Beneficiaries)(Dalit & Tribal- 617)

Aims to provide additional income to women through farm/off-farm activities as well as developing/supporting Dalit and tribal entrepreneurs within our value chain

  • Implemented Tank based livelihood project on fish rearing, duck rearing, vegetable cultivation, and floriculture
  • Facilitated vegetable cultivation and floriculture, mushroom cultivation, and a system of rice intensification
  • Facilitated capacity building and handholding of Dalit and Tribal entrepreneurs
  • Integrated all women Self Help Groups from adjoining villages in the TML value chain

Empowerment (470+ Beneficiaries) (Dalit & Tribal- 313)

Aims to create avenues for Dalit and tribal communities for their cultural and institutional awakening

  • Organized Regional Samvaad (3rd West Bengal Edition) for the tribes of West Bengal; representatives of 12 tribes attended the two-day program. This aimed to:
    • Empower Dalit and tribal communities
    • Promote tribal culture and language
  • Organised 2 virtual MRA – Effective Living and Leadership Training for TMSDC trainees

Environment (1,430+ Beneficiaries) (Dalit & Tribal- 1,144)

We regularly plant trees in and around the manufacturing unit to increase the green cover and improve the nutritional intake.

  • Undertook fruit and timber plantation drive, distributing 13,000 saplings among 1,125 households
  • Undertook waste to wealth initiative among various stakeholders – creating awareness about reuse and recycling of different households items

Employee volunteerism (7,246 Employee volunteering hours)

Employee volunteerism is a means to create stronger employee bonds and helps instill a sense of purpose. Our employee volunteers contribute towards the community by associating themselves with different CSR activities.

  • Mentored Diploma Engineering trainees
  • Conducted plantation and cleanliness drives
  • Visited orphanages and homes for destitute
  • Conducted virtual trainings/in-person learning sessions
  • Conducted tribal food festival
  • Participated in COVID-19 relief initiatives