The All India Organisation of Employers' (AIOE), an allied body of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), is the oldest and apex national employers’ organisation of India. It is the platform for Indian industries to raise their voice in formulating labour and social policies to promote business, trade and industry in the country.www.aioe.in
Confederation of Indian Food Trade and Industry (CIFTI)
The Confederation of Indian Food Trade & Industry (CIFTI), is the apex body for the food industry in India . Managed by professionals, CIFTI has in-house R&D facility, a laboratory, strong database with which it provides consultancy services.
FICCI-Confederation of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (CMSME)
Established in December 2013, Confederation of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (CMSME) is an affiliated body under the umbrella of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), an apex Chamber of Commerce & Industry of India, with a vision to empower Indian MSMEs and build their competitiveness.
FICCI Ladies Organisation
The primary objective of FLO is to promote entrepreneurship and professional excellence in women. FLO endeavors to enhance the various skills of women through its educational and vocational training programmes, talks, seminars, panel discussion and workshop on a wide range of subjects like information technology, taxation, insurance, venture capital, stock market operations, accountancy, marketing, mutual funds, investment planning, entrepreneurship development programmes etc. We also focus on women related legal and social issues like uniform civil code, domestic violence, etc.
Media & Entertainment Skills Council
Media & Entertainment Skills Council (MESC) has been setup under the National Skills Development Mission, Government of India under the aegis of National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC) and promoted by FICCI. The Media & Entertainment Industry is projected to grow to INR 1457 billion by 2016. Therefore it becomes imperative to have skilled workforce catering to the growing needs of the industry across various subsectors in terms of quality and quantity. MESC would ensure generation of adequately skilled workforce which is industry ready and employable.
FICCI Research and Analysis Centre (FRAC)
FRAC is a Research and Analysis Laboratory of international repute and a "Centre of Excellence" for analysis, product safety, quality control and pre-export inspection and certification. It was established in 1989 under the competent aegis of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and its allied body Confederation of Indian Food Trade and Industry (CIFTI). It is an autonomous body registered under the Indian Society Act – XXI of 1860 and supported by Ministry of Food Processing Industry, Government of India. FRAC is an ISO: 9001-2008 certified, NABL accredited and BIS approved laboratory.
Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA)
Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA) was established in 1965 to initiate and popularize arbitration in India. ICA is South Asia's premier arbitral institution and is extremely well respected in the circles of judiciary, executive and legislature within India as well as in the fraternity of Arbitral institutions abroad. ICA not only administers arbitration but has also contributed to the development of law and practice of arbitration both nationally and Internationally.
International Chambers of Commerce (ICC India)
In line with its objectives of promoting liberlisation in the country, accelerating flow of foreign investment and lowering tariff barriers to promote international trade, ICC India has been playing a crucial role of interacting with government & business on economic policies. As the process of economic reforms is gaining ground, it is emerging as a rallying point for Indian business in their effort towards globalisation.
Capital Goods Skills Council
The Capital Goods Skill Council is a unique initiative to play proactive role and bridge the gap by creating a vibrant eco-system for quality training and skill development for the Capital Goods sector.
Capital Goods Skill Council (CGSC) is a Not-for-Profit Organization, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. The Council has been promoted by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and Department of Heavy industries (DHI), Government of India, with financial support by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). The supporting organizations include leading industry and industry associations representing both public and private sector.
Invest India is the country’s official agency dedicated to investment promotion and facilitation. Set up as a joint venture between FICCI (51% equity), DIPP (35% equity held by the Department of Industrial policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce & Industry) and State Governments of India (0.5% each), its mandate is to become the first reference point for the global investment community.
FICCI Aditya Birla Centre of excellence
FICCI ADITYA BIRLA CSR CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE has evolved in consonance with Mahatma Gandhi's dream: ethics-based business practices leading to improvement in the quality of life for the common people. The centre envisions- To incubate, nurture and accelerate a paradigm of sustainable and inclusive CSR in India and across the globe, thereby raising the Human Development Index through poverty alleviation.
The Centre for Excellence is a joint endeavor of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), a rallying point for free enterprise in India since 1927 and the Aditya Birla Group - a prominent business group with a mission to deliver superior value to customers, shareholders, employees and society at large.
FICCI Socio-Economic Development Foundation (FSEDF)
FICCI promotes the spirit of enterprise that will make India a globally competitive and socially responsible economy. With this vision, FICCI set up the Socio Economic Development Foundation (FICCI-SEDF) in 1995 to provide an institutional base to the social sector activities of the corporate sector and to promote Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) amongst Indian companies. Under the able leadership of Mr P M Sinha, former President, Pepsi Cola International for South Asia, FICCI-SEDF is playing a pivotal role in promoting CSR in India and mobilizing corporate support for critical areas like public health, employment of persons with disabilities, support to disabled soldiers & war widows etc.