Awards & News

Best Corporate Interiors Design Company in Delhi - Two Times winner.

Best Corporate Interiors Design Company in Delhi - Two Times winner.

NDTV Profit Real Estate Award.

NDTV prime, January 2016

NDTV prime, January 2016

Group Discussion on Emerging Trends in Office Design.

Excellence Award for 'Interior Designer of the Year 2013'

Excellence Award for "Interior Designer of the Year 2013"

Economic Times, September 2008

Economic Times, September 2008

Coverage on how Conference Room designs should match International standards...

Future Workplace Conclave July 2016

Future Workplace Conclave July 2016

Speech on Innovation for the 21st Century Workplace - "Trends Influencing Workspace Design" Panel Discussion on Advanced Trends in Office spaces for Better Interiors

ANI (Asian News International), September 2008

ANI (Asian News International), September 2008

Excerpts from the interview with Mr. Vipin Chutani and coverage of the Project B&K Securities by the ANI Network.

Prime Time-Business & Service Excellence Awards 2013

Best Services Company in Turnkey Interiors 2013

Prime Time-Business & Service Excellence Awards 2013

Nominated for CRY Child Rights Champion Award 2013

Nominated for CRY Child Rights Champion Award 2013

Best Corporate Interiors Design Company in Delhi - Two Times winner.

Best Corporate Interiors Design Company in Delhi - Two Times winner.

Real Estate Awards Telecast on NDTV Profit

Bajaj Allianz CEO's Commendation Award 2011

Bajaj Allianz CEO's Commendation Award 2011

Economic Times, September 2008

Economic Times, September 2008

Coverage on how companies can add zing to the workplace through their Cafes...

Nominated for CRY Child Rights Champion Award 2013

CRY Child Rights Champion Nominations closed
Objective of the Award

Nominated for CRY Child Rights Champion Award 2013

CRY would like to play a leading role in making child rights a priority for Indian corporations. The award is therefore being instituted with the intention of recognizing and rewarding corporate action for children's rights. The award will recognise Indian companies who have demonstrated their commitment to children. This is the first such award of its kind in India. Children comprise close to a third of the world's population. They are the planet's most vulnerable members as the impact of human rights violations or environmental degradation impacts them the worst. In the inter-connected world we live in, business has the ability to have an immense positive impact on the lives of children - through products and services, influence and advocacy with peers, and efforts in community engagement and contributions to a more sustainable world. The Award will recognise companies who have ensured that their business policies and practices include children as an integral stakeholder. Companies can either apply for the Awards themselves, or be nominated by others. The Award will be judged by a Jury comprising eminent personalities representing the government, civil society and the corporate sector.

  • Pooran Chandra Pandey, Executive Director, Global Compact Network, India
  • Sushanta Sen, Confederation of Indian Industries
  • John Elkington, founding Partner & Executive Chairman of Volans
  • Shanta Sinha , Chairperson, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights
  • Gopal Sarma, Partner - Bain & Company

Shortlisted Companies

Sr. No Name of Company Sr. No Name of Company
1. Mosanto 2. P&G
3. HPCL 4. GSK
5. Suzlon 6. Coke
7. Aviva 8. Genpact
9.
Synergy
10. Infotech
11. Essar 12. BPCl
13. Rcomm 14. HSBC
15. Cadbury

General Information

Assessment Process

First phase:
The questionnaire has been designed to reflect the organisations commitment to supporting child rights both within the organisation through policies as well as outside through its CSR initiatives. The questionnaire will be judged on multiple parameters including, but not restricted to, the commitment of the organisation to the cause, sustainability of the effort, impact created, innovative initiatives etc. While the questionnaire has been designed as a self-assessment form for the organisation, the information provided may be scrutinised by the organising team for the verification process at any time.

Second phase:
Based on the scores of the first round, a selected group of organization shortlisted for the second phase will be informed through mail on 17th December 2012. A separate form will be sent to the shortlisted organization for this phase which has been designed to enable the organization highlight the granular details of the initiatives and policy implementations in this domain. Following this, based on the decision of the jury after due deliberation and discussions, the final winners will be declared at the CRY Corporate Responsibility Summit on 11 January 2013.

This application should be submitted by 21st December 2012, 6 pm Eligibility criteria

  • The awards process is open to all companies registered in India
  • TIn the case of a subsidiary, the application should be made by the individual entity and should not be combined with that of the parent group or other group companies
  • The application must be submitted by the company and not the companys CSR foundation.
  • The information given in the questionnaire should refer to the audited data of the last three financial years (2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12) but can include on-going efforts as well, which should be called out clearly

Guidelines for Submission

  • The form can be submitted online
  • You can also print the form and fill it out, a copy of which should be sent to CRY along with all additional required documentation as mentioned in Annexure I. The entire set of information should also be included on a CD and sent to the following address:
    Anita Bala Sharad
    CRY- Child Rights and You,
    632, 2nd Floor, Lane No. 3, Westend Marg, Saiyad-ul-Ajaib, New Delhi 110030
  • First Phase application should be submitted by 10th December 2012, 11.59 pm
  • Second Phase application to be submitted by 21st December 2012, 6 pm
  • In case of any queries, please feel free to contact Anita Bala Sharad at
    anita.sharad@crymail.org

Fee for submitting an application
There is no fee for participation in the award 2013.

Non-disclosure & confidentiality
Applicants' details and scoring information developed during the review of applications are regarded as proprietary by CRY and will be kept confidential. The information will only be available to the individuals directly involved in the assessment and administrative processes of the awards program. CRY will additionally ensure that applications and information therein are treated in strict confidence. However, in no way can the organizing team be held responsible for any loss of confidentiality to a third party or held liable for any damage (to goods, or persons, financial loss or consequential) incurred through the breach of confidentiality or otherwise by the applicants or any third party. It is understood and accepted that CRY will post relevant aspects of the Entry Form submitted (on the website and through print/electronic media).

The winners will be declared and awarded during the CRY Corporate Responsibility Summit 2013 on 11th January at The J W Marriott, Juhu, Mumbai.

* Documents to be provided with application form:

  • Section II.2 - Policy document prohibiting child labour
  • Section II.3 - Audit form to show compliance with child labour laws
  • Section II.6 - Policy document to respond when child labour or contravention of child labour policies is detected
  • Section II.11 - Audit form to show compliance with child labour
  • Section II.13 - Contractual agreements with your suppliers/vendors that prohibit use of children labour
  • Section III.15 - Audit proof of amount allocated for child issues in the last one year
  • Section III.16 - Audit proof of percentage of profits allocated for child issues in the last one year