Driving Social Responsibility

The Company’s business is an enabling force for the advancement of the society. The CSR framework is rolled out at every level through wide-ranging community initiatives. The Company is continually working to enhance the income and quality of lives, tackling society’s important issues and contributing towards farmer prosperity and social empowerment.

483.26 Lakh

Total CSR Spend

over 1 Lakh

Total saplings planted till date


Student beneficiaries

5,510 hours

Volunteering hours by our employees in FY 2020-21

Key Focus Areas


Under RUBY (Rallis Ujjwal Bhavishya Yojana), Rallis works towards improving the academic performance of students and enhancing the capability of teachers.

Providing education to primary, secondary and higher secondary students at 30 schools in 5 states, benefiting 6,990 students (34 schools in 4 states, benefiting 8,821students in the earlier year)


Teachers and Shikshak Mitras supported for various subjects and trained 15 teachers in Science and English


Scholarships offered to needy students through Vidyasaarathi

During COVID-19, manufactured and distributed sanitizer pan India, distributed face masks pan India, provided dry food kits to the needy around factory locations and adopted endangered species

Skill Development

Under the skilling initiative TaRa, Rallis partnered with an NGO and Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) for implementing skill enhancement activities, with a special focus on girls and women.

Tailoring, Beautician, Computer Training, Goat Rearing and Poultry courses provided at skill training centre in Dhasai near Mumbai, in partnership with Light of Life Trust (LOLT)


Trained in FY 2020-21 including skill centre and ITIs


Individuals trained at Dhasai centres


Students were provided starter kits for the first time covering skill centres and ITIs

Jal Dhan

During the year, work was implemented in 5 villages from Latur and Beed with 6.27 kms of nala and 1.12 hectares of pond de-silted and deepened and 3.08 MCM water harvested, soon to make these villages free from water tankers. As groundwater increased, farmers grew 2-3 crops a year; as village livestock increased, women’s drudgery work reduced, enabling them to spend quality time.

Benefited 2.21 Lakh villagers

Freed 65 villages (vs 50 in the earlier year) from water tankers across 20 Tehsils, 8 districts

Increased farmer income due to rise in crop production, saved women from fetching water from outside

Increased groundwater level, recharged tube wells and borewells

Model Tribal Village

Rallis converts tribal villages into Model Tribal Villages within 3-5 years.


Economic development

Health and sanitation

Basic infrastructure

Benefited 3,300 tribals from 8 villages around Mumbai under this Project.

COVID-19 Relief Work

In partnership with All India Institute of Local Self Government (AIILSG), Rallis initiated a virtual help desk where scientific knowledge on COVID-19 was rendered in simple terms. An innovative tool on “Community Self-Assessment & Planning for Awareness Generation & Prevention of COVID-19 by Disadvantaged Community” was undertaken to enable community participation, self-assessment and planning.


Health and hygiene sessions were organised, especially reproductive health sessions for women. For preventive healthcare, kitchen garden kits were distributed to provide vegetables to concerned families.


Horticulture plantation, Floriculture plantation and Vegetable cultivation was implemented. Cultivators sold vegetables within the villages and also ensured nutritional security. To inculcate professional agri habits in today’s generation, BAL-TARFAH was launched on Kisan Day, where horticulture and vegetable cultivation was taken care of by children.

Women Empowerment


Women were provided training in partnership with LOLT and sewing machine were provided to them


Families covered by setting up 3 oil mills in tribal villages