CSR practice at energy sector procurement in Bangladesh: a case study on gas transmission pipeline project under Gas Transmission Company Ltd.(GTCL)
AuthorFaroque, Iqbal Bahar
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The thesis attempted to examine the related issue of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) like Environmental Responsibility, Human Rights, Equal Opportunities, Diversity, Corporate Governance, Sustainability, Impact on Society, Ethics and Ethical Trading, Biodiversity, Community Involvement are practicing at energy sector project through which goods, works and services are procuring with ‘public fund’ in Bangladesh with reference to gas transmission pipeline project under Gas Transmission Company Ltd. (GTCL). Empirical in nature, the study focused on the CSR practice at various project taken using‘public fund’ at energy sector of Bangladesh, especially under GTCL. The survey took place among Project Director, Manager (Engineering), Manager (Estate & Administration), Deputy Manager, Assistant Engineer of GTCL, material supplier, pipeline construction contractor, EPC contractor& HDD river crossing contractor and suppliers’ employees& contractors’ employees. GTCL has its project all over the Bangladesh. Data were captured from eighty-six (86) stakeholders of project under GTCL. The study divided into three phases, at first phase identified the practices of corporate social responsibility (CSR) at project under GTCL. The second phase attempted to find out the scope of practicing of CSR at project under GTCL and measured the gap between the two constructs. Finally, the third phase made an effort to suggest some measures to the authority of GTCL to help the project management to improve its practices of corporate social responsibility (CSR). To conduct the research questionnaire survey method is used. Forty (40) personsfrom GTCL employees as buyer representatives and Forty-six (46)persons from suppliers, contractors and consultant representatives are interviewed on approximately identical questions to find out the variance of their practice.