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Extending across the southern part of the peninsular Deccan Plateau, south India comprises the five states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

Mostly agrarian in nature, the region is also home to several metros -- Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Chennai being the largest. One of the reasons this region differs from the rest of India is its literacy rate — an average of 80 per cent as compared to India’s national average, which is around 74 per cent.

Despite this, however, social development continues to face several challenges. Water scarcity affects almost the entire south region, which in turn, has impacted agricultural production and farm livelihoods. In many rural parts of the region, nutrition and sanitation issues still persist along with a creaky public health care system. Out of Niti Aayog’s 101 aspirational districts, nine can be found in this region.

The strategic approach

The Tata Trusts’ interventions are aligned towards improving the quality of life of the communities they serve. The activities go beyond the realm of patchwork philanthropy as the interventions are strategically designed to be inclusive, long-term, impact-driven and supported by data analytics and technology. The regional strategies are driven through several holistic programmes including those on livelihoods, education, health care, water and sanitation. These programmes work synchronously to address the needs of the communities in a comprehensive manner.

The Trusts’ collaboration with the central and state governments in regions helps build synergy on common goals and assists in achieving the desired reach, scale, impact and momentum of the programmes. Working with local partners and associate organisations has helped build the Trusts' presence in all regions. Direct implementation projects are conducted by deploying field teams even in remote locations where there is no partner network. This multi-pronged approach to interventions helps the Trusts stay aligned with the evolving needs of local communities. There is a deep understanding of regional challenges, nuances and opportunities, which helps the Trusts to customise intervention strategies that are most relevant, meaningful and beneficial to a region.

The Trusts design their strategies for sustained positive change, which is often achieved by projects that aim at strengthening the complete ecosystem. This involves building sustainable community organisations wherever required, such as producer groups, Self Help Groups (SHGs) and local community resource personnel that add to the impact and outreach of the programmes.

For improving programme outcomes, the Trusts leverage their global network of like-minded partner organisations for sourcing new technologies and expertise. Successful programmes are replicated across locations through cross-pollination and cross-learning — after piloting and localising them in newer regions.

Our work in the region

In the state of Andhra Pradesh, the Tata Trusts’ main interventions have been in the Krishna district, named after the Krishna River, the third-longest river in the country. This administrative district lies along the coastal Andhra region, and includes the one of most populated cities in the state -- Vijayawada. The Trusts undertook a microplanning exercise for the entire Vijayawada parliamentary constituency and embarked on a granular-level Village Development Plan. The Trusts adopted 265 villages under gram panchayats, and designed interventions to address the challenges related to water, sanitation, agriculture, health, nutrition, and education. With the support of the government, the Trusts have been able to construct over 20,000 toilets under the Village Development Plan, making the constituency open defecation-free. The work of the Trusts, especially concerning the 80 ‘smart villages’ programme, has earned recognition and a ‘best partner’ award from the Chief Minister. On the basis of this success, the Trusts have extended these interventions across the state.

Health is a focus area and the Trusts have taken up cancer care as an intervention. The Trusts are in the process of setting-up a large hospital for cancer treatment in the pilgrimage city of Tirupati. Regarded as the ‘spiritual capital of Andhra Pradesh’, the hospital will be supported by the Dr NTR Vaidya Seva health insurance scheme of the government and will be run by Alamelu Charitable Foundation (ACF) – a Section 8, not-for-profit entity supported by the Tata Trusts.

Apart from cancer facilities in health care, the Trusts have also been instrumental in supplementing public health care through telemedicine facilities. Through a hub and spoke model of primary care, these telemedicine services in the Krishna district have resulted in more than 50,000 beneficiaries and a reduction in the out-of-pocket expenses for patients by over 50 per cent due to affordable medicines. To further supplement and increase the reach of this programme, the Trusts have also introduced mobile medical units and lab services to provide inexpensive diagnostic facilities for patients.

Besides this, the Trusts have carried out capacity-building exercises for more than 13,000 anganwadi centre (AWCs) workers and refurbished more than 250 AWCs covering four districts in Andhra Pradesh. This has benefited over 100,000 children through the nutrition programme. Along with the government, the Trusts have also invested in building infrastructure in the public system for rice fortification. The Trusts are also in discussions with the State Government to set up a Total Health Ration (THR) factory in the state.

The state is gradually seeing the success of the Trusts’ popular Lakhpati Kisan programme. Dubbed as ‘Lakshadhikari Rythu’ in Telugu, the programme aims at imparting training to farmers for generating higher agricultural output and for maximising agricultural revenue. By helping train farmers in new avenues such as bee-keeping and turmeric cultivation, the Trusts have helped create a new channel of income. In Chittoor district, the Trusts have also worked with the local district authorities to help promote local bee-keeping by creating a new brand-‘Chittoor Honey’ and marketing it through various channels, bringing in much higher revenue for the cultivators than previously.

The Trusts recently introduced Badi Parivartana – a school reform programme that aims to make students future-ready by improving school education and student outcomes through holistic education. This programme is already gaining momentum and has garnered the support and advocacy of the state government. Alongside, the Trusts have also introduced skill-building initiatives to specifically target the challenges of finding gainful employment in underdeveloped regions of the state.

Under their Social Justice vertical, the Trusts support programmes that focus on the care, protection and reintegration of abandoned, orphaned or runaway children, and planned interventions to combat human trafficking.

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In the state of Telangana, the Trusts’ focus has traditionally been on health care. With the active involvement of the health commissioner and the health secretary, the Trusts have successfully set-up a Digital Nerve Centre — a health platform that connects the primary health care system to district hospitals for the screening of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs). In the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the Trusts have screened over 4 million people for NCD.

Witnessing a rise in the elderly population, the Trusts have taken the initiative of introducing a geriatric care programme for the state. Under this, the Trusts have facilitated the implementation of the Government of India-led National Programme for Health Care of the Elderly in Medak District, which enables access to comprehensive care, both preventive and promotive, for the elderly. In addition, the Trusts have also started a contact response system for the elderly, in collaboration with Department of Senior Citizens, Government of Telangana, accessible through a toll-free number 14567. This free service provides telephonic support including information, guidance, and emotional counselling for the elderly while also helping rescue abandoned senior citizens, who are subsequently either reunited with their families or accommodated in old age homes.

Apart from health care, the Trusts are also active in other focus areas such as education, livelihood, water, sanitation and migration.

In the state of Karnataka, the main focus of the Tata Trusts has been in the northern region, especially in the Yadgir district. Popularly monikered ‘Yadavagiri’ by the local people, Yadgir boasts of rich historical and cultural traditions. The Trusts have been able to implement multiple interventions through Kalike -- an associate organisation of the Tata Trusts. The Trusts have been able to achieve scale in the Early Childhood Development (ECD) programme, and promote education, girl child development and agricultural-related livelihood activities. The Trusts intend to expand their scope of work in the state by focusing on water, sanitation, livelihood and health care.

In Tamil Nadu, the Trusts have also been able to kick-start the adoption of mKRISHI, an innovative mobile application for farmers developed by TCS. Through mKRISHI, the Trusts, along with their partners, are able to broadcast updates on best farming practices and information on the local weather, different types of soil, and the usage of fertilisers and pesticides along with providing a platform for addressing queries.

Internet Saathi, the digital literacy programme of the Tata Trusts, has seen widespread adoption in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. The programme aims at empowering rural women by helping them acquire digital skills and using them to teach students, teachers, anganwadi workers and farmers. Existing professionals such as tailors and beauticians have been able to augment their existing skills and open-up new livelihood opportunities. These Saathis have taught over 4.2million people in Andhra Pradesh, while in Tamil Nadu, the programme has been able to cover 80-90 per cent of the state under the digital literacy programme. An honourable mention is Bujji, an Internet Saathi from Somavaram village in AP, who has been chosen as ‘The 1st Hero Saathi’ of the programme across the country.

In sports, the Trusts-supported Pragatee Foundation enables the development of young leadership through football across Tamil Nadu. The Trusts’ support for arts continues in the ‘Transforming Culture, Transforming Lives’ initiative by Kattaikuttu Sangam, which imparts free training in the heritage theatre form of Kattaikuttu to youth from underserved communities in the state, with a focus on education, health care and the preservation of the arts.

Alignment with the UN SDGs

The interventions by the Tata Trusts in the south zone support the following Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as laid down by the United Nations (UN):
  • No poverty
  • Partnerships to achieve the goal
  • Good health and well-being
  • Quality education
  • Clean water and sanitation
  • Decent work and economic growth
  • Sustainable cities and communities

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How many trusts are there in Tata Group? ›

There are 29 publicly-listed Tata Group companies with a combined market capitalisation of $260 billion (INR 22 trillion) as of 2022.

What is Tata Welfare trust? ›

Tata Social Welfare Trust and Tata Education Trust Established in 1990, the trust encourages the advancement of learning in all fields by way of research grants and scholarships. It also provides medical and other relief to people who have suffered in natural calamities.

Which is the biggest trust in India? ›

Under the noble lineage of Jamsetji Tata, a number of trusts have been established over the years – the largest being the Sir Ratan Tata Trust and Sir Dorabji Tata Trust, which operate under the umbrella of the Tata Trusts.

Is Tata exempted trust? ›

The Tata Cummins Employees Provident Fund Trust was recognized as an exempted Provident Fund Trust on 28th March1995 approved under the Indian Income Tax Act 1961.

Who owns Tata Trust? ›

Mr Ratan N Tata is the Chairman of Tata Trusts (comprising Sir Ratan Tata Trust and Allied Trusts, and the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and Allied Trusts).

How does Tata Trust work? ›

The Trust provides grants and partner with organisations that engage in innovative and sustainable initiatives and with the potential to make a visible difference. It also provides grants for endowments, has a separate programme for small grants and gives grants to individuals for education and medical relief.

How can I join Tata Welfare Trust? ›

Tata Trusts Means Grant for College.
Eligibility Criteria of JN Tata Endowment Scholarship
  1. The candidates should be Indian citizens.
  2. They should be willing to pursue higher education abroad.
  3. The candidates should not be over 45 years.
  4. They should have an undergraduate degree from a recognised Indian university.
15 Jul 2022

How does Tata Trust make money? ›

The dividend from Tata Sons is the main source of income for Tata Trusts which will use the proceeds towards health care, environment, education, and skill development.

What kind of trust is Tata Trust? ›

Tata Trusts is amongst India's oldest, non-sectarian philanthropic organisations. The Trusts own two-third of the stock-holding of Tata Sons Limited, the apex company of the Tata group of companies.

Which is top NGO in world? ›

Notable international NGOs
  • Mercy Corps.
  • Narayan Seva Sansthan.
  • Oxfam.
  • Save the Children.
  • SOS Children's Villages.
  • Tzu Chi Foundation.
  • World Vision International.
  • Plan International.

Who does the most charity in India? ›

Top 10 philanthropists of India in 2020
NameDonation (Rs crore)Primary Cause
Azim Premji & family7,904Education
Shiv Nadar & family795Education
Mukesh Ambani & family458Disaster relief
Kumar Mangalam Birla & family276Education
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12 Nov 2020

Do Tata trusts pay tax? ›

Mumbai: The Income Tax Appellate Tribunal has upheld the tax-exempt status of the Tata Trusts and allowed their appeals against a revenue department order seeking to re-examine their tax assessments.

Can I withdraw PF from exempted trust? ›

Withdrawal of money from exempted PF trust

You can withdraw 75% of your money within 1 month of unemployment and the balance 25% after 2 months of unemployment. After the age of 58, you can claim a pension at par with the Employees' Pension Scheme (EPS). This pension is paid by the EPFO.

Is TCS PF trust exempted? ›

In India, more than 1,000 companies have their own PF trust. For example, Hindustan Unilever (HUL), TCS, Reliance, Wipro, Bharat Heavy Electrical's (BHEL), etc. The functioning of the exempted or private PF trusts is the same as the EPF.

Can we donate money to Tata Trust? ›

While Tata confirmed that Tata Trusts (the only foundation that he backs) doesn't accept funds in any form, people who would like to verify the authenticity of a certain outlet claiming to be back by the foundation can write to -

Who will be the next Tata? ›

Ratan Tata
Ratan Tata GBE FREng
TitleChairman Emeritus, Tata Sons and Tata Group
Term(1991–2012) (2016–2017)
PredecessorJRD Tata
SuccessorCyrus Mistry (2012–2016) Natarajan Chandrasekaran (2017–present)
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Why do people trust Tata? ›

Pioneering brand

A vital attribute of the Tata brand has been its pioneering spirit. The Tatas were the first to establish a steel mill in India, a power company in India, five-star hospitality in India, and an IT services company in India.

How can I get funding for Ratan Tata? ›

The easiest way to connect with Ratan Tata would be to speak with someone from Tata Trust that is in charge of dealing with requests for investments. This way can take a long time to get a reply and the process is tedious. 2. The next way would be to use a formally edited e-mail stating the purpose of the mail.

How many trusts are there in India? ›

Generally, there are two types of trusts in India:

The Indian Trusts Act, 1882 governs the private trusts.

How can I get Tata scholarship? ›

Eligibility Criteria for Tata Scholarship
  1. Nationality: Must be an Indian citizen/resident.
  2. Completed senior secondary school in India.
  3. Financial Requirement: Must qualify for need-based financial aid.
  4. English Language Proficiency: Score of TOEFL or IELTS.
  5. TOEFL-iBT: 100.
  6. IELTS: 7.0.

What is the last date of Tata scholarship 2022? ›

Tata Scholarship 2022 Apply Online – Highlights
Name of SchemeTATA Capital Pankh Scholarship
EligibilityClass 6 to 12, UG College Student
Scholarship AmountUp to ₹50,000
Last date for Application Submission31st August 2022
Helpline Number011-430-92248
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How many students get Tata scholarship? ›

More than 5,400 Indian students have been awarded the JN Tata Endowment's loan scholarship since 1892, when it was established by Jamsetjee Nusserwanjee, the promoter of the Tata group. The Endowment supports only overseas studies – Masters, Ph. D. and Postdoctoral fellowships, in any educational stream.

How much Tata scholarship will I get? ›

Scholarship Benefits: The scholarship covers up to 80% of the student's tuition expenses, or up to Rs 50,000.

How can I contact Tata Trust? ›

Contact us
  1. You can get in touch at the addresses and telephone numbers mentioned or fill in the form to contact us.
  2. Registered Office. Bombay House, 24, Homi Mody Street, +91 - 22 - 6665 8282.
  3. Support office. World Trade Center-1, 26th floor. +91 - 22 - 6665 8282.

What is Ratan Tata's full name? ›

Ratan Tata, in full Ratan Naval Tata, (born December 28, 1937, Bombay [now Mumbai], India), Indian businessman who became chairman (1991–2012 and 2016–17) of the Tata Group, a Mumbai-based conglomerate.

What is the name of the book that is a best selling account of the journey of the Tata Group? ›

The Creation of Wealth is R M Lala's bestselling account of how the Tatas have been at the forefront in the making of the Indian nation-not just by their phenomenal achievements as industrialists and entrepreneurs but also by their significant contributions in areas like factory reforms, labour and social welfare, ...

How can I get 2022 Tata Scholarship? ›

The Tata Capital Pankh Scholarship Programme for Professional Undergraduate Courses 2022-23. An applicant must be enrolled in a professional undergraduate degree programme like Engineering, Medical, Law, etc. at a recognized institute in India. They must have scored at least 60% marks in the preceding class.

How many dollars did Ratan Tata donate? ›

He gave a donation of Rs10,000 per annum for a period of ten years to the King George V Anti-Tuberculosis League, started by the Bombay Municipality and Rs1 lakh to the Salvation Army for a memorial to General Booth, its founder in India. In 1892, Sir Ratan married Navajbai Sett.

How much is Ratan Tata worth? ›

From finding his passion for playing the keys to welcoming the Maharaja home, 2021 brought good news and kept the billionaire busy. With a net worth of $291 billion, Tata's profile has been ranked on Forbes at the 61st spot - as of November 2010.

Which is biggest NGO in India? ›

It works to provide quality education to the underprivileged children in India so they do not have to stand behind and can confidently come in front to compete with every one of their age groups. Pratham is the largest non-governmental organisation in India. List of Top 10 NGO in India.

Which is better trust or company? ›

While a trust may have lesser tax obligations, a company is generally a more effective structure to generate working capital, especially since trusts are taxed at higher rates when profits are generated.

Which is better trust or society? ›

Trust is a legal arrangement in which a person holds property for the sake of some other person. Society is an association of person, who come together to fulfill any particular purpose, described under the act.
Comparison Chart.
Basis for ComparisonTrustSociety
StatuteIndian Trust Act, 1882Societies Registration Act, 1860
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Which NGO is genuine in India? ›

1. Smile Foundation: Smile Foundation is apparently ranked as the best NGO considering its long-lasting spirit of working towards thousands of children. Statistically, Smile Foundation reached 400,000 orphans providing education, health, food and a better life.

What are famous NGOs? ›

The Wikimedia Foundation is ranked as the best NGO worldwide. Partners in Health, Oxfam, BRAC, International Rescue Committee, PATH, CARE International, Médecins Sans Frontières, Danish Refugee Council and Ushahidi make up the top ten.

Who is the biggest donor in India? ›

Rupert Hoogewerf, chairman and chief researcher of Hurun Report, said, “Whilst American and European philanthropists may have dominated the thinking on philanthropy over the last century, Jamsetji Tata, founder of India's Tata Group, is the world's biggest philanthropist.”

Who is the greatest donor in India? ›

India's biggest philanthropist Azim Premji turns 77, here's how much he donated last year.

Who is best donor in India? ›

Wipro founder Azim Premji, Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and HCL founder Shiv Nadar. Software giant HCL's founder Shiv Nadar has reclaimed the title of being 'India's Most Generous' with an yearly donation of ₹1,161 crore as per the EdelGive Hurun India Philanthropy List 2022.

Who is the highest tax payer in India 2022? ›

Akshay Kumar has been awarded a 'samaan patra' from the Income Tax department for being the highest taxpayer of 2022. As per the reports of ETimes, Khiladi Kumar has retained the title of 'highest taxpayer' for the past five years.

Which company pays highest tax in India? ›

These companies paid the highest taxes in India in FY22
  • JSW Steel : ₹8,013 crores. ...
  • Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC): ₹7,902 crores. ...
  • Reliance Industries :₹7,702 crores. ...
  • Indian Oil Corporation :₹7,549 crores. ...
  • Infosys : ₹7,260 crores. ...
  • ITC : ₹4,771 crores. ...
  • Hindustan Zinc: ₹4,471 crores. ...
  • NTPC : ₹4,366 crores.
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How much tax do you pay on Tata? ›

Tata Group contributed the most to the government's tax kitty, paying 10.3% of the total Rs 15,130.83 cr, followed by Reliance Industries & the Aditya Birla Group.

How do I check my pension balance for an exempted trust? ›

You can check your EPF balance using any of these facilities: Umang App, EPFO Member e-Sewa portal, SMS or a missed call. If your EPF is managed by an exempted establishment (i.e., a Trust), then you should contact your employer to check your provident fund balance.

Is Infosys exempted trust? ›

Infosys Limited is an exempted organization with its own PF trust.

What is exempted trust? ›

What Is an Exemption Trust? An exemption trust is a trust designed to drastically reduce or eliminate federal estate taxes for a married couple's estate. This type of estate plan is established as an irrevocable trust that will hold the assets of the first member of the couple to die.

What is the name of TCS PF trust? ›

PF Account is held by :PF Trust•Name of the Trust :Tata Consultancy Services Employees Provident Fund•PF A/C No. in Trust :MH / BAN / 48475 / 000 / Your TCS Employee NumberAA•You are required to send the duly signed Form 13 toCorporate FFS Team ,Desk # 4J - 70 , Olympus "A" Wing,Opp. Rodas Enclave, Hiranandani Estate.

Can I withdraw PF from TCS? ›

since TCS, you can send the copies online and they will have online digital approval facility. Use the EPFO website for your process.

Does TCS employees get pension? ›

Tata consultancy services limited does not offer direct pension to its employees. It uses government schemes to provide a pension to employees. This can be in the form of an employee pension scheme. Generally, a pension is only provided to public sector companies and government employees.

How many trusts are there in India? ›

Generally, there are two types of trusts in India:

The Indian Trusts Act, 1882 governs the private trusts.

How does Tata Trust make money? ›

The dividend from Tata Sons is the main source of income for Tata Trusts which will use the proceeds towards health care, environment, education, and skill development.

Why do people trust Tata? ›

Pioneering brand

A vital attribute of the Tata brand has been its pioneering spirit. The Tatas were the first to establish a steel mill in India, a power company in India, five-star hospitality in India, and an IT services company in India.

What are the 3 types of trust? ›

With that said, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, and asset protection trusts are among some of the most common types to consider.

Can trust land be sold? ›

Under this act, the trustees can sell of the property (if it is provided in the trust deed) but the permission of the Charity Commissioner is necessary without which the sale cannot be comleted and the sale deed would not be registered.

Which is the best NGO in India? ›

Best NGO in India
  • Give India Foundation. ...
  • Goonj. ...
  • Care India. ...
  • Nanhi Kali. ...
  • Helpage India. ...
  • Pratham. ...
  • Save the Children India. ...
  • Oxfam India.
4 Jul 2022

Who is the head of a trust? ›

The person who reposes or declares the confidence is called the “author of the trust”; The person who accepts the confidence is called the “trustee”; the person for whose benefit the confidence is accepted is called the “beneficiary”; the subject-matter of the trust is called “trust property” or “trust money”; the “ ...

Can we donate money to Tata trust? ›

While Tata confirmed that Tata Trusts (the only foundation that he backs) doesn't accept funds in any form, people who would like to verify the authenticity of a certain outlet claiming to be back by the foundation can write to -

Who is the CEO of Tata Trusts? ›

Tata Trusts named Tata group veteran Srinath Narasimhan as their first chief executive in Feb 2020, signalling a shift to a more professional leadership framework at the Trust.The post of chief executive was created and a hunt for a suitable candidate began after R. Venkataramanan stepped down as the managing trustee ...

What kind of trust is Tata Trust? ›

Tata Trusts is amongst India's oldest, non-sectarian philanthropic organisations. The Trusts own two-third of the stock-holding of Tata Sons Limited, the apex company of the Tata group of companies.

How can I apply for Tata Trust scholarship? ›

Clear scan copies of the mandatory documents must be send to the Trust office in a single PDF.
  1. Application clearly stating the complete family and academic background.
  2. Marksheet for the academic year 2021-2022.
  3. Family income proof – Latest Pay Slip or Employer Letter.
  4. Fee receipts for the academic year 2022-2023.

How can I get medical help from Tata Trust? ›

Applicants can submit the medical application form in person at the Trusts' office at Mulla House (between 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM on weekdays), or send it by Post or email to

Is Tata punch good for hills? ›

Tata Punch Gets A Good AMT

The AMT gearbox comes with Altitude-Adjusted Tuning Maps that come in handy while driving through high-altitude terrains keep the car's performance uncompromised. This simply means that the AMT gearbox is efficient and does not struggle on high-altitude terrain and hilly areas.

Is Tata an ethical company? ›

Wipro and Tata Steel have been recognised by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the world's most ethical companies.

Why Tata cars are not preferred? ›

Tata cars have less resale value. Tata cars give low mileage. Tata cars are outdated and they only have indica models. Tata cars are overpriced.


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