The mnemonic for this year's Report and Accounts symbolises ITC's nurturing of multiple drivers of growth. A vibrant and synergistic portfolio of businesses with a growing presence across all three sectors of the economy - agriculture, manufacturing and services. The arched hands with multiple leaves also emphasise ITC's commitment to making a Triple Bottom Line contribution by creating economic, social and environmental capital for the nation. The organic elements of the mnemonic highlight the thrust towards creating a brighter and more inclusive future through agility, purposeful innovation and compassion.
As the mid-year dawns on 2021, the pandemic that swept across the globe continues to be of concern. In India, the second wave became yet another reminder of the fragility of human lives and livelihoods. The Government at the Centre and States, businesses, institutions and civil society organisations rose...Know More
Cutting-edge digital technologies continue to be deployed towards strengthening ITC's real-time operations and execution platform
ITC continued to embrace the best of digital & analytics solutions to enable agility & excellence in the sales & distribution operations
The globally benchmarked, state-of-the-art ITC Life Sciences and Technology Centre (LSTC) in Bengaluru is at the core of driving science-led product innovation to support and build the Company's portfolio of world-class products and brands. The LSTC team comprising over 350 highly qualified scientists with over 900 patents have a mandate to work on future-ready science platforms, design differentiated products to address unique needs and deliver superior benefits to Indian consumers. Centres of Excellence in Biosciences, Agrisciences and Materials...
Leveraging its institutional capabilities and linkages with 4 million farmers, ITC's Agri Business, apart from providing structural competitive advantage to its Food Brands, has also been providing value added offerings to its customers and consumers in India and abroad. On the basis of market and customer demand (Produce the Buy), the streams of value addition include Sustainable Value...
ITC's journey over a quarter of a century has been immensely satisfying as it has traversed several defining milestones in its quest to be a global exemplar in sustainability...
ITC's sustainability initiatives have focused on addressing the twin objectives of supporting sustainable livelihoods and combating climate change.
The Directors present the Business Responsibility Report of the Company for the financial year ended on 31st March, 2021, pursuant to
Regulation 34(2)(f ) of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015. The Company also publishes
annually, a comprehensive Sustainability Report based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards, and an Integrated Report
based on the International
The year 2020 was overshadowed by the widespread impact on human health and economic activity caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic. During these challenging times, ITC Infotech focused on seamless delivery for its clients, while ensuring the continued well-being and safety of its employees, and driving operational excellence for predictable growth, in line with the company's strategic tenets of Client Centricity, Employee Centricity & Operational Excellence.
The 'CII-ITC Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development', established by ITC in 2006 in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), continues to focus on promoting sustainable business practices amongst Indian enterprises. An Advisory Council, which includes members from the industry, civil society and institutions, provides strategic direction to the Centre.
ITC is the only enterprise in the world of comparable dimensions to be Carbon Positive, Water Positive and Solid Waste Recycling Positive.
ITC's business and value chains support over 6 million sustainable livelihoods.