Introduction: This Code of Conduct (hereinafter referred to as "the Code") has been framed and adopted by Shreeshay Engineers Limited (hereinafter referred to as "the Company") in compliance with The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015 (hereinafter referred to as “the Regulations”) replaced the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 1992 w.e.f. 15th May, 2015. The SEBI Regulations requires every listed company shall formulate a code of conduct to regulate, monitor and report trading by its employees and other connected persons towards achieving compliance with these regulations and enforce a code of internal conduct and procedures based on the Model code provided therein.

Applicability: The Code applies to the Members of Board of Directors (hereinafter referred to as "Board Members) and Members of the Senior Management (i.e. one level below the Board of Directors) of the Company.

The Company Secretary shall be the Compliance Officer for the purpose of this Code.


Directors must promptly disclose to the Company potential conflicts of interest regarding any matters concerning the Company.

A "conflict of interest" can occur when:

i) A director's personal interest is adverse to or may appear to be adverse to the interests of the Company as a whole.

(ii) A director, or his/her relative, receives improper personal benefits as a result of his/her position as director of the Company. Explanation: The expression Relatives in this Code means dependant parents, brothers, sisters, spouse, children, daughters-in-law and sons-in-law, to more or less fall in line with the definition of this term in Accounting Standard 18 prescribed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. As illustrations only and being not exhaustive, some of the usual instances of conflicts of interest which directors should avoid, are listed below:

a. Relationship of Company with third parties Directors shall not receive a personal benefit from a person or any entity, which is seeking to do business or to retain business with the Company. They shall not participate in any decision-making process involving another entity in which they have direct or indirect interest.

b. Compensation from non-Company sources Directors shall not accept compensation (in any form) for services performed for the Company from any source other than the Company.

c. Gifts Directors shall not offer, give or receive gifts from persons or entities dealing with the Company, where any such gift is perceived as intended directly or indirectly, to influence any business decision. Gifts given to suppliers or customers or received from suppliers or customers should be appropriate to the circumstances and should not be of a kind that can create an appearance of impropriety. It is particularly clarified that gifts given or received on festive occasions consistent with the accepted business practices and which cannot be reasonably construed as payment or consideration for influencing or rewarding a particular decision or action should not violate this Code.


Directors must comply, and oversee compliance by employees, officers and their staff, with laws, rules and regulations applicable to the Company, including insider-trading regulations. Directors must deal fairly, and must ensure fair dealing by employees and officers, with the Company's customers, suppliers, competitors and employees. No payment or transaction should be made, undertaken, by a Director or authorised or instructed to be made or undertaken by any other person or the Company if the consequence of that transaction or payment would be the violation of any law in force. Directors will always act to the best of their knowledge, belief and effort in the best interests of the Company and all its stakeholders, including employees, shareholders and others.


Directors should promote ethical behavior and take steps to ensure that the Company:

a. encourages employees to talk to supervisors, managers and other appropriate personnel when in doubt about the best course of action in a particular situation.

b. encourages employees to report violations of laws, rules, regulations or the Company's Code of Conduct to the appropriate personnel.

c. informs employees that the Company will not allow retaliation for reports made in good faith.


1. Undertake appropriate induction and regularly update and refresh your skills, knowledge and familiarity with the Company.

2. Seek appropriate clarification or amplification of information and, where necessary, take and follow appropriate professional advice and opinion of outside experts at the expense of the Company.

3. Strive to attend all meetings of the Board including a Separate meeting of the independent director and of the Board committees of which you are a member.

4. Participate constructively and actively in the committees of the Board in which you are chairperson or member.

5. Strive to attend the general meetings of the Company.

6. Where they have concerns about the running of the Company or a proposed action, ensure that these are addressed by the Board and, to the extent that they are not resolved, insist that your concerns are recorded in the minutes of the Board meeting.

7. Keep themselves well informed about the Company and the external environment in which it operates.

8. Not to unfairly obstruct the functioning of an otherwise proper Board or committee of the Board.

9. Pay sufficient attention and ensure that adequate deliberations are held before approving related party transactions and assure yourself that the same are in the interest of the Company.

10. Ascertain and ensure that the Company has an adequate and functional vigil mechanism and to ensure that the interests of a person who uses such mechanism are not prejudicially affected on account of such use.

11. Report concerns about unethical behavior, actual or suspected fraud or violation of the Company’s code of conduct or ethics policy.

12. Acting within your authority, assist in protecting the legitimate interests of the Company, shareholders and its employees.

13. Not disclose confidential information, including commercial secrets, technologies, advertising and sales promotion plans, unpublished price sensitive information, unless such disclosure is expressly approved by the Board or required by law.


Each Board Members and Senior Managers both present and future shall acknowledge receipt of the Code or any modification(s) thereto, in the acknowledgement form annexed to this code as Appendix – I and forward the same to the Compliance officer. Board Member and Senior Managers shall affirm compliance with this code on an annual basis as at the end of the each financial year of the Company within 7 days of the close of the every financial year.


The Company believes in the conduct of the affairs of its constituents in a fair and transparent manner by adopting highest standards of professionalism, honesty, integrity and ethical behaviour. Towards this, the Company has adopted the Code of Conduct (“the Code”), which lays down the principles and standards that should govern the actions of the Company and its employees. Any actual or potential violation of the Code, howsoever insignificant or perceived as such, would be a matter of serious concern for the Company. The role of the employees in pointing out such violations of the Code cannot be undermined.


Section 177 (9) of the Companies Act, 2013 read with Rule 7 of the Companies (Meeting of Board and its Powers) Rules, 2014 mandates the following classes of companies to constitute a vigil mechanism – • Every listed company; • Every other company which accepts deposits from the public; • Every company which has borrowed money from banks and public financial institutions in excess of Rs. 50 crores. Further, as per Regulation 4 (d) (iv) of Securities And Exchange Board Of India (Listing Obligations And Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 provides for a mandatory requirement for all listed companies to establish a mechanism called the ‘Whistleblower Policy’ for directors and employees to report concerns of unethical behaviour, actual or suspected, fraud or violation of the Company’s code of conduct or ethics policy. Accordingly, this Whistleblower Policy (“the Policy”) has been formulated with a view to provide a mechanism for directors and employees of the Company to approach the Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Company.


“Whistleblower” is defined as any Personnel (defined below) who has or had access to data, events or information about an actual, suspected or anticipated Reportable Matter within the organisation, and, whether anonymously or not, makes or attempts to make a deliberate, voluntary and protected disclosure or complaint of organisational malpractice. “Reportable Matters” means Questionable Accounting or Auditing Matters (defined below), and/or any other Company matters involving abuse of authority, breach of company Code of Conduct, fraud, bribery, corruption, employee misconduct, illegality, health & safety, environmental issues, wastage/misappropriation of company funds/assets and any other unethical conduct. “Questionable Accounting or Auditing Matters” include, without limitation, the following: • fraud or deliberate error in the preparation, evaluation, review or audit of any financial statement of the Company; • fraud or deliberate error in the recording and maintaining of financial records of the Company; • deficiencies in or non‐compliance with the Company’s internal accounting controls; • misrepresentation or false statement to or by a senior officer or accountant regarding a matter contained in the financial records, financial reports or audit reports of the Company; or • Deviation from full and fair reporting of the Company’s financial condition. “Personnel” means any employee, director, officer, customer, contractor and/or third‐party intermediary engaged to conduct business on behalf of the Company, such as agents and consultants. “Audit Committee” means the Audit Committee constituted by the Board of Directors of the Company in accordance with section 177 of the Companies Act 2013 read with Regulation 4 (d) (iv) of Securities and Exchange Board of India (Listing Obligations And Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015. “Investigators” mean that person authorized, appointed, consulted or approached by the Chairman of the Audit Committee and includes the auditors of the Company.


This Policy is not, however, intended to question financial or business decisions taken by the Company that are not Reportable Matters nor should it be used as a means to reconsider any matters which have already been addressed pursuant to disciplinary or other internal procedures of the Company. Further, this Policy is not intended to cover career related or other personal grievances. The Whistleblower’s role is that of a reporting party. Whistleblowers are not investigators or finders of facts; neither can they determine the appropriate corrective or remedial action that may be warranted.

5. False Complaints

While this Policy is intended to protect genuine Whistleblowers from any unfair treatment as a result of their disclosure, misuse of this protection by making frivolous and bogus complaints with mala fide intentions is strictly prohibited. Personnel who makes complaints with mala fide intentions and which are subsequently found to be false will be subject to strict disciplinary action.

6. Reporting Mechanisms

Personnel should raise Reportable Matters with someone who is in a position to address them appropriately. In most cases, a Personnel’s supervisor, manager or point of contact is in the best position to address an area of concern. Supervisors, managers or points of contact to which Reportable Matters are raised are required to report the same immediately to the Chairman of the Audit Committee. Although a Whistleblower is not required to furnish any more information than what he/she wishes to disclose, it is essential for the Company to have all critical information in order to enable the Company to effectively evaluate and investigate the complaint. It is difficult for the Company to proceed with an investigation on a complaint, particularly an anonymous complaint, which does not contain all the critical information such as the specific charge.

7. Investigations

Audit Committee shall address all concerns or complaints regarding Reportable Matters which are placed before them, and ensure resolution of the same. The Audit Committee, either direct the complaint to the organization/department best placed to address it (while maintaining oversight authority for the investigation), or lead the investigation in person to ensure prompt and appropriate investigation and resolution. All information disclosed during the course of the investigation will remain confidential, except as necessary or appropriate to conduct the investigation and take any remedial action, in accordance with any applicable laws and regulations. The Company reserves the right to refer any concerns or complaints regarding Reportable Matters to appropriate external regulatory authorities. All Personnel have a duty to cooperate in the investigation of complaints reported as mentioned hereinabove. Depending on the nature of the complaint, any concerned Personnel, at the outset of formal investigations, may be informed of the allegations against him/her and provided an opportunity to reply to such allegations. Personnel shall be subject to strict disciplinary action up to and including immediate dismissal, if they fail to cooperate in an investigation, or deliberately provide false information during an investigation. If, at the conclusion of its investigation, the Company determines that a violation has occurred or the allegations are substantiated, the Company will take effective remedial action commensurate with the severity of the offence. This may include disciplinary action against the concerned Personnel. The Company may also take reasonable and necessary measures to prevent any further violations which may have resulted in a complaint being made. In some situations, the Company may be under a legal obligation to refer matters to appropriate external regulatory authorities.

8. Non‐retaliation

No Personnel who, in good faith, makes a disclosure or lodges a complaint in accordance with this Policy shall suffer reprisal, discrimination or adverse employment consequences. Accordingly, the Company strictly prohibits discrimination, retaliation or harassment of any kind against a Whistleblower who, based on his/her reasonable belief that one or more Reportable Matters has occurred or are occurring, reports that information. Any Personnel who retaliates against a Whistleblower who has raised a Reportable Matter in good faith, will be subject to strict disciplinary action up to and including immediate termination of employment or termination of his/her relationship with the Company. If any Personnel who makes a disclosure or complaint in good faith, believes that he/she is being subjected to discrimination, retaliation or harassment for having made a report under this Policy, he/she must immediately report those facts to his/her supervisor, manager or point of contact, or If, for any reason, he/she does not feel comfortable discussing the matter with these persons, he/she should bring the matter to the attention of the Audit Committee. It is imperative that such Personnel brings the matter to the Company’s attention promptly so that any concern of reprisal, discrimination or adverse employment consequences can be investigated and addressed promptly and appropriately.

9. Additional enforcement information

In addition to the Company’s internal complaint procedure, Personnel should also be aware that certain central, local and state law enforcement agencies and regulatory authorities are authorized to review questionable accounting or auditing matters, or potentially fraudulent reports of financial information. Nothing in this Policy is intended to prevent any Personnel from reporting information to the appropriate agency when the Personnel have reasonable cause to believe that the violation of a central, local or state statute or regulation has occurred.

10. Conclusion.

The Code of Conduct as well as the Company’s policies and practices have been developed as a guide to our legal and ethical responsibilities to achieve and maintain the highest business standards. Conduct that violates the Company’s policies is viewed as unacceptable by the Company. Certain violations of the Company’s policies and practices could even subject the Company and any individual employee involved to civil and criminal penalties. Before issues escalate to such level, Personnel are encouraged to report any violations covered herein above, or reprisal, discrimination or adverse employment consequences related to such reports.


The enactment of the Companies Act 2013 (the “Act”), Securities and Exchange Board of India (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 (Listing Regulations) and requirements under the Income Tax Act relating to Transfer Pricing both for International and Domestic transactions, has resulted into a significant importance on the compliances to be made on the Related Party Transactions. Pursuant to Regulation 23 of Listing Regulations, the Company is required to devise a policy on materiality of Related Party Transactions and also on dealing with Related Party Transactions. Shreeshay Engineers Limited (the “Company”) recognizes that Related Party Transactions can present potential or actual conflicts of interest and may raise questions about whether such transactions are consistent with the Company’s and its stakeholders’ best interests.


The Objective of this Policy is to bring uniform practices relating to Related Party Transactions covering the process, methodology, arm’s length pricing, approval mechanism, disclosures and compliance with the provisions of the Companies Act 2013 and rules framed thereunder, Listing Regulations and the Transfer Pricing norms prescribed under the Income Tax Act, 1961 and Accounting Standards. Hence the Company seeks to formulate a robust Policy on Related Party Transactions to deal with the identification, review and approval of Related Party Transactions. This Policy is applicable to all Related Party Transactions entered by the Company as per the Companies Act, 2013 and the Listing Regulations.


For the purposes of this policy, the following definitions apply:

1. ‘Act’ means Companies Act, 2013, as amended from time to time.

2. ‘Arm’s Length Transaction’ means a transaction between the Company and its Related Party(ies) that is conducted as if they were unrelated and at a fair value, so that there is no conflict of interest.

3. ‘Associate Company’ means any company, in which the Company controls at least twenty per cent (20%) of total share capital or controls business decisions under an agreement, including a joint venture company but not a subsidiary of the Company.

4. ‘Audit Committee’ or ‘Committee’ means Committee of Board of Directors of the Company constituted under provisions of the Act and the Listing Regulations.

5. ‘Director’ means a director on the board of the company.

6. ‘Key Managerial Personnel or KMP’ mean key managerial personnel as defined under the Act.

7. ‘Material Related Party Transaction’ means a transaction with a Related Party if the transaction / transactions to be entered into individually or taken together with previous transactions during a financial year exceed ten percent (10%) of the annual consolidated turnover of the Company as per the last audited financial statements of the Company.

8. ‘Policy’ means this Related Party Transaction Policy.

9. ‘Related Party’ has the same meaning as assigned to it under the Act and the Listing Regulations, as amended from time to time.

10. ‘Related Party Transaction’ means transaction in the nature of contract involving transfer of resources, services or obligations between the Company and its Related Party, regardless of whether a price is charged or not. A transaction with a related party shall be construed to include transaction or a group of transactions in a contract.

‘Stock Exchanges’ means the stock exchanges where equity shares of the Company are listed.

11. ‘Subsidiary company’ or ‘subsidiary’ means the company as defined under Section 2(87) of the Companies Act, 2013. However, for the purpose of compliance under the Listing Regulations, subsidiary or subsidiary company means the company as defined under the accounting standards issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountant of India.

12. ‘Total Share Capital’ means the aggregate of the (a) paid‐up equity share capital; and (b) convertible preference share capital. Words and expressions not defined in this Policy shall have the same meaning as contained in the Act read with the Rules made thereunder, the Listing Regulations or any other applicable laws or regulations.


All Related Party Transactions shall be placed before the Audit Committee for its pre‐approval in accordance with this Policy.


i. Each Director and KMP shall disclose to the Company Secretary in form MBP‐1, at the time of appointment, beginning of every financial year and whenever there is any change in the disclosure so made, about all persons, entities, firms in which he/she is interested, whether directly or indirectly. ii. The Chief Financial Officer, at the beginning of every financial year, shall provide the information to the Company Secretary about the related parties of the company and subsequent changes therein forthwith (If any). iii. The Company Secretary shall compile the information received from all concerned and send the information about such Related Parties to Functional Heads (i.e. Accounts, Finance, Legal, HR, Marketing etc.), Business Heads and any other concerned person for their information and any necessary action. iv. Functional Head / Business Head shall forward to the Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer, the details of any proposed Related Party Transaction with the draft terms and conditions or other related information and certifying that such Transactions are at arm’s Length and in ordinary course of business. The Company Secretary or the Chief Financial Officer, upon receipt of such information, will furnish the same to Audit Committee for its approval and further action, if any. v. Any proposed modification(s) in the Related Party Transactions already entered into shall be intimated to the Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer by the Functional Head / Business Head, which shall be placed before the Audit Committee for its prior approval in accordance with this Policy.


i. All the Related Party Transactions shall require prior approval of the Audit Committee.

ii. The Audit Committee may grant omnibus approval for Related Party Transactions subject to the conditions as laid down under the Listing Regulation, as amended from time to time.

iii. Any member of the Audit Committee who has a potential conflict of interest in any Related Party Transaction shall abstain from discussion and voting.


I. The following Related Party Transactions which are not in the ordinary course of business or are in the ordinary course of business but are not Arm’s Length Transactions shall require prior approval of the board:

i. sale, purchase or supply of any goods or materials.

ii. selling or otherwise disposing of, or buying, property of any kind

iii. leasing of property of any kind;

iv. availing or rendering of any services.

v. appointment of any agent for purchase or sale of goods, materials, services or property;

vi. such Related Party's appointment to any office or place of profit in the Company, its subsidiary company or Associate Company; and

vii. Underwriting the subscription of any securities or derivatives thereof, of the Company. II. All the Material Related Party Transactions shall be considered and approved by the Board before placing them before shareholders for their approval except for those transactions that do not require approval under Section 177 and 188 of the Act; and are transactions entered into between the Company and its wholly‐owned subsidiary whose accounts are consolidated with the Company and placed before the shareholders at the general meeting for approval. III. Where any Director is interested in any Related Party Transaction, such Director will abstain from discussion and voting on the subject matter of the resolution relating to such Transaction. For the purpose of this Policy, wholly‐owned subsidiary means a company whose 100% voting power, directly or indirectly, is controlled by another company i.e. holding company.


I. To approve a Related Party Transaction, the Committee/ Board/ shareholders, shall be provided all relevant material information of the Transaction, including the terms, purpose of the transaction and such other details as required under the applicable law or by the Committee/Board, as the case may be. While approving a Related Party Transaction, the Committee/Board will consider the following factors, among others, to the extent relevant: Whether the terms on which Related Party Transaction proposed are fair and on arm’s length basis to the company; Whether the Related Party Transaction would affect the independence of an independent director; Whether the Related Party Transaction includes any potential reputational risk that may arise as a result of or in connection with the proposed transaction; and Whether the Related Party Transaction would present conflict of interest for any Director or KMP of the Company. Whenever there is any doubt with regard to transaction(s) with Related Party(ies) and/or the applicable corporate governance requirements, the Audit Committee / Board shall be entitled to seek a legal opinion/clarification for the same.

II. The Audit Committee shall consider all relevant facts and circumstances regarding a Related Party Transaction placed before it.

III. In the event of any Director, KMP or any other employee become aware of any Related Party Transaction(s) that has been omitted to be approved by the Audit Committee/Board/Shareholders or is in deviation of this Policy, such person shall promptly notify the Company Secretary of such transaction, who shall ensure that such transaction is brought to the notice of the Audit Committee or the Board, as applicable, at the earliest. IV. The Audit Committee / Board shall evaluate such transaction(s) and may decided necessary action as it may consider appropriate including ratification, revision or termination of the Related Party Transaction.


I. In terms of the provisions of Section 134(3)(h) of the Act, Related Party Transactions requiring approval of Board/Shareholders under Section 188 of the act shall be disclosed in the Director’s Report along with the justification for entering into such Related Party Transactions.

II. Details of all Material Related Party Transactions shall be disclosed quarterly along with Company’s Compliance Report on Corporate Governance, in accordance of the Listing Regulation but which is not applicable to our company right now due to listed under SME platform.

III. This Policy shall be disclosed on the website of the Company and a web link thereto shall also be provided in the Annual Report.

IV. The Company shall keep one or more registers giving separately the particulars of all contracts or arrangements with any Related Party.


I. This Policy is based on the provisions of the Act and rules framed there under and as per the requirements of the Listing Regulation.

II. In case of any changes in the provisions of the Act, the Listing Regulation or any other regulation which are inconsistent with the Policy, such amended provisions would prevail over the Policy.

III. The Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer jointly authorized to amend this Policy to be consistent with the prevailing provisions of the Act and Listing Regulation, which shall be placed before the Audit Committee and Board for their approval.


In case of any doubt with regard to any provision of the Policy and also in respect of matters not covered herein, a reference shall be made to the Chairman of the Committee. In all such matters, the interpretation and decision of the Chairman shall be final. The Company reserves the right to modify, cancel, add, or amend any clause of this Policy as set out above.

Appointment of Directors

The Nomination and Remuneration Committee (NRC) of the Board of Directors (Board) of the Company reviews and assesses Board composition and recommends the appointment of new Directors. In evaluating the suitability of individual Board member, the NRC shall take into account the following criteria regarding qualifications, positive attributes and also independence of director when Independent Director is to be appointed: 

  1. All Board appointments will be based on merit, in the context of the skills, experience, diversity, and knowledge, for the Board as a whole to be effective; 
  1. Ability of the candidates to devote sufficient time and attention to his / her professional obligations as Director for informed and balanced decision making; 
  1. Adherence to the applicable Code of Conduct and highest level of Corporate Governance in letter and in sprit by the Directors; 

Based on the recommendations of the NRC the board will evaluate the candidates and decide on the selection the appropriate member. The Board through the Chairman or the Managing Director will interact with the new member to obtain his/her consent for joining the Board. Upon receipt of the consent, the new Director will be co-opted by the Board in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rules made there under. 

Removal of Directors

If a director is attracted with any disqualification as mentioned in any of the applicable Act, rules and regulations there under or due to non - adherence to the applicable policies of the Company, the NRC may recommend to the Board with reasons recorded in writing, removal of a director subject to the compliance of the applicable statutory provisions. 

Senior Management Personnel

The NRC shall identify persons based on merit, experience and knowledge who may be appointed in senior management team. 

Senior Management personnel are appointed or promoted and removed/relieved with the authority of Managing Director based on the business need and the suitability of the candidate. The details of the appointment made and the personnel removed one level below the Key Managerial Personnel during a quarter shall be presented to the Board.


This Policy sets out the approach to Compensation/remuneration/commission etc. will be determined by Committee and Recommended to the Board of Directors, for approval. Also remuneration to be paid to the Managing Director, other executive directors in accordance with provisions of Companies Act, 2013, and other statutory provisions if any, would require to complying for time being of appointment of such person.

 Policy Statement            

The Company has a well-defined Compensation policy for Directors, including the Chairman of the Company. The overall compensation philosophy which guides us to focus on enhancing the value, to attract, to retain and motivate Directors for achieving objectives of Company and to become a major player in market, to be the most trusted brand in the business we operate in and focus on customer serenity through transparency, quality and on time delivery to be a thought leader and establish industry benchmarks in sustainable development.

 In order to effectively implement this, the Company has built a compensation structure by a regular annual benchmarking over the years with relevant players across the industry the Company operates in.

 Non-Executive Including Independent Directors

The Nomination and Remuneration Committee (NRC) shall decide the basis for determining the compensation, both fixed and variable, to the Non-Executive Directors, including Independent Directors, whether as commission or otherwise. The NRC shall take into consideration various factors such as director’s participation in Board and Committee meetings during the year, other responsibilities undertaken, such as membership or Chairmanship of committees, time spent in carrying out their duties, role and functions as envisaged in Schedule IV to the Companies Act, 2013 and the LODR with Stock Exchanges and such other factors as the NRC may consider deem fit for determining the compensation. The Board shall determine the compensation to Non-Executive Directors within the overall limits specified in the Shareholders resolutions.

 Managing Director (MD) and Executive Director

Remuneration of the MD and Executive Directors reflects the overall remuneration philosophy and guiding principle of the Company. While considering the appointment and remuneration of Managing Director and Executive Directors, the NRC shall consider the industry benchmarks, merit and seniority of the person and shall ensure that the remuneration proposed to be paid is commensurate with the remuneration packages paid to similar senior level counterpart(s) in other companies. The policy aims at a balance between fixed and variable pay reflecting short and long-term performance objectives appropriate to the working of the company and its goals.

 The remuneration to the MD shall be recommended by NRC to the Board. The remuneration consists of both fixed compensation and variable compensation and shall be paid as salary, commission, performance bonus, stock options (where applicable), perquisites and fringe benefits as per the policy of the Company from time to time and as approved by the Board and within the overall limits specified in the Shareholders resolution. While the fixed compensation is determined at the time of appointment, the variable compensation will be determined annually by the NRC based on the performance of MD.

 The term of office and remuneration of MD is subject to the approval of the Board of Directors, shareholders, and Central Government, as may be required and within the statutory limits laid down in this regard from time to time.

 If, in any financial year, the Company has no profits or its profits are inadequate, the Company shall pay, subject to the requisite approvals, remuneration to its MD in accordance with the provisions of Schedule V to the Companies Act, 2013

If a MD draws or receives, directly or indirectly by way of remuneration any such sums in excess of the limits prescribed under the Companies Act, 2013 or without the prior sanction of the Central Government, where required, he/she shall refund such sums to the Company and until such sum is refunded, hold it in trust for the Company. The Company shall not waive recovery of such sum refundable to it unless permitted by the Central Government of the Company.

 Remuneration for MD is designed subject to the limits laid down under the Companies Act, 2013 to remunerate him / her fairly and responsibly. The remuneration to the MD comprises of salary, perquisites and benefits as per policy of the Company and performance based incentive apart from retirement benefits like P.F., Superannuation, Gratuity, Leave Encashment, etc. as per Rules Salary is paid within the range approved by the Shareholders. Increments are effective annually, as recommended /approved by the NRC / Board. The MD is entitled for grant of Stock Options as per the approved Stock Options Schemes of the Company from time to time.


The MD is an executive of the Company and draws remuneration from the Company. The Non-Executive Independent Directors receive sitting fees for attending the meeting of the Board and Committee thereof, as fixed by the Board of Directors from time to time subject to statutory provisions. The Non-Executive Independent Directors would be entitled to the remuneration under the Companies Act, 2013. In addition to the above, the Directors are entitled for reimbursement of expenses incurred in discharge of their duties.

 The Company may also grant Stock Options to the eligible employees and Directors (other than Independent Directors) in accordance with the ESOP Schemes of the Company from time to time and subject to the compliance statutes and regulations.


Information on the total remuneration of members of the Company’s Board of Directors, Managing Director and Executive Directors and KMP/senior management personnel may be disclosed in the Board’s report and the Company’s annual report / website as per statutory requirements in this regard.


To establish guidelines of remuneration/ compensation/ commission etc. to be paid for employees by way of fairly and in keeping with Statutes, it will be determined by the Nomination & Remuneration committee (NRC) and the NRC will recommend to the Board for approval.


  1. All employees, irrespective of contract, are to be paid remuneration fairly and the remuneration is to be externally competitive and internally equitable. The remuneration will be paid in accordance with the laid down Statutes. 
  1. Remuneration for on-roll employees will include a fixed or guaranteed component payable monthly; and a variable component which is based on performance and paid annually. 
  1. The fixed component of remuneration will have a flexible component with a bouquet of allowances to enable an employee to choose the allowances as well as the quantum based on laid down limits as per Company policy. The flexible component can be varied only once annually in the month of July, after the salary increment exercise. 
  1. The variable component of the remuneration will be a function of the employee’s grade. 
  1. The actual pay-out of variable component of the remuneration will be function of individual performance as well as business performance. Business performance is evaluated using a Balance Score Card (BSC) while individual performance is evaluated on Key Result Areas (KRA). Both the BSC & KRAs are evaluated at the end of the fiscal to arrive at the BSC rating of the business and PPS rating of the individual. 
  1. An Annual compensation survey is carried out to ensure that the Company’s compensation is externally competitive. Based on the findings of the survey and the business performance, the committee decides:
    a. The increment that needs to be paid for different performance ratings as well as grades.
    b. The increment for promotions and the total maximum increment.
    c. The maximum increase in compensation cost in % and absolute.
    d. Compensation corrections are made in a few cases where it is outside the band or to keep it tune with the market.

As per Regulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 (hereinafter referred to as SEBI Listing Regulations), a listed Company is required to frame a policy for determination of materiality for disclosure of events or information to Stock Exchanges. Accordingly, the Board of Directors have formally adopted the following written policy for ensuring compliance with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015. 


The objective of the Policy is to determine materiality of events or information of the Company and disclosure of events or information to Stock Exchanges in compliance with the SEBI Listing Regulations and to ensure good corporate governance. 


“Board of Directors” or “Board” means the Board of Directors of Shreeshay Engineers Limited, as constituted from time to time.

“Compliance officer” shall mean the Company Secretary of the Company.

“Key Managerial Personnel” mean key managerial personnel as defined in sub-section (51) of section 2 of the Companies Act, 2013 including any amendment thereof.

“Material Event” or “Material Information” shall mean such event or information as set out in the Annexure A or Annexure B, as may be determined in terms of Clause 4.2 of the Policy.

In the Policy, the words, “material” and “materiality” shall be construed accordingly.

“Normal Course of Business” shall have the same meaning as “Ordinary Course of Business” as construed for the purpose of Section 188 of the Companies Act, 2013.

“Policy” means this Policy on criteria for determining materiality of events or information and as may be amended from time to time.

“SEBI Listing Regulations” mean Securities and Exchange Board of India (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 including any modifications, clarifications, circulars or re-enactment thereof. “Stock Exchange (s)” means the stock exchange(s) where the Securities of the Company are listed;

“Subsidiary” means a subsidiary as defined under sub-section (87) of section 2 of the Companies Act, 2013;

Any other term not defined herein shall have the same meaning as defined in the Companies Act, 2013, the SEBI Listing Regulations including any amendment for the time being in force or any other applicable law or regulation to the extent applicable to the Company. 


Criteria for Materiality:

The Company shall consider the criteria as specified in clause (i) of sub-regulation 4 of Regulation 30 of the SEBI Listing Regulations for determination of materiality of events / information.

Material Events or Information:

The following events and information shall be material for the purpose of this policy:
    a) Events & information specified in Annexure A;
    b) Events & information specified in Annexure B, based on application of the criteria for materiality as specified in Para 4.1 of this Policy;
 c) Any other information/event major development that is likely to affect business, e.g. emergence of new technologies, expiry of patents, any change of accounting policy that may have a significant impact on the accounts, etc. and brief details thereof and any other information which is exclusively known to the Company which may be necessary to enable the holders of securities of the Company to appraise its position and to avoid the establishment of a false market in such securities;
    d) Events and information as specified by the Securities and Exchange Board of India from time to time;
 e) Events or information which, in the opinion of the Board of Directors of the Company, are material Policy on Materiality of Events and Information. 

Disclosure of Events or Information:

   a) The Company shall disclose to stock exchange(s) of all Material Events and/or Information, as specified in Para 4.2 of this Policy as soon as reasonably possible and not later than twenty four hours from the occurrence of such event or information.
   b) In case the disclosure is made after twenty four hours of occurrence of the Material Event and/or Information, the Company shall, along with such disclosures provide explanation for delay.
   c) Disclosure of Material Events and/or Information specified in sub-para 4 of Annexure A shall be made within thirty minutes of the conclusion of the meeting of the Board of    Directors.
   d) The Company shall make disclosures updating material developments on Material events and/or Information on a regular basis, till such time the event is resolved / closed,  with relevant explanations;
   e) The Company shall disclose on its website all such events and/or information which has been disclosed to Stock Exchange(s) under this Policy. Such disclosures shall be hosted on the website of the Company for a minimum period of five years and thereafter archived as per the Preservation and Archival of Documents Policy of the Company.
   f) The Company shall provide specific and adequate reply to all queries raised by Stock Exchange(s) with respect to any events or information.
   g) The listed entity shall consider the following criteria for determination of materiality of events/ information:
          (i)   The omission of an event or information, which is likely to result in discontinuity or alteration of event or information already available publicly; or
          (ii)  The omission of an event or information is likely to result in significant market reaction if the said omission came to light at a later date;
          (iii)  In case where the criteria specified in sub-clauses (a) and (b) are not applicable, an event/information may be treated as being material if in the opinion of the board  of directors of listed entity, the event / information is considered material
   h) The listed entity shall disclose all events or information with respect to subsidiaries which are material for the listed entity.
   i) The listed entity may on its own initiative also, confirm or deny any reported event or information to stock exchange(s).
   j) In case where an event occurs or an information is available with the listed entity, which has not been indicated as per Annexure A or Annexure B, but which may have material effect on it, the listed entity is required to make adequate disclosures in regard thereof. 

Authorized Personnel

    a) The Executive Director /Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer / Compliance Officer in consultation with Legal Head shall determine the materiality of an event or information conformably with the foregoing policy for the purpose of making disclosures of Material Events and/or Information to Stock Exchange(s).
    b) The Compliance Officer shall make such disclosures to the Stock Exchange(s) on direction of the Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer;
    c) The contact details of the Compliance Officer who shall act as co-ordinator between the Chief Executive Officer / Managing Director and the Stock Exchange(s) shall be disclosed to the Stock Exchange(s) and as well as on the Company’s website. 


This Policy shall be published on the website of the Company. 


The Board may subject to the applicable laws amend any provision(s) or substitute any of the provision(s) with the new provision(s) or replace the Policy entirely with a new Policy. However, no such amendment or modification shall be inconsistent with the applicable provisions of any law for the time being in force. 


In the event of any conflict between the provisions of this Policy and the Act or Listing Regulations or any other statutory enactments or rules, the provisions of Listing Regulations, Act or statutory enactments, rules shall prevail over this Policy and the part(s) so repugnant shall be deemed to severed from the Policy and the rest of the Policy shall remain in force. 


Events which shall be disclosed without any application of the guidelines for materiality:

  1. Acquisition(s) (including agreement to acquire), Scheme of Arrangement (amalgamation/ merger/ demerger/restructuring), or sale or disposal of any unit(s), division(s) or subsidiary of the Company or any other restructuring. Explanation.- For the purpose of this sub-para, the word 'acquisition' shall mean,-
    i) acquiring control, whether directly or indirectly; or,
    ii) acquiring or agreeing to acquire shares or voting rights in, a company, whether directly or indirectly, such that –
         a) the Company holds shares or voting rights aggregating to five per cent or more of the shares or voting rights in the said company, or;
         b) there has been a change in holding from the last disclosure made under sub-clause (a) of clause (ii) of the Explanation to this sub-para and such change exceeds two    percent of the total shareholding or voting rights in the said company. 
  1. Issuance or forfeiture of securities, split or consolidation of shares, buyback of securities, any restriction on transferability of securities or alteration in terms or structure of existing securities including forfeiture, reissue of forfeited securities, alteration of calls, redemption of securities etc. 
  1. Revision in Rating(s). 
  1. Outcome of Meetings of the board of directors: The Company shall disclose to the Exchange(s), within 30 minutes of the closure of the meeting, held to consider the following:
    a) dividends and/or cash bonuses recommended or declared or the decision to pass any dividend and the date on which dividend shall be paid/dispatched;
    b) any cancellation of dividend with reasons thereof;
    c) the decision on buyback of securities;
    d) the decision with respect to fund raising proposed to be undertaken.
    e) increase in capital by issue of bonus shares through capitalization including the date on which such bonus shares shall be credited/dispatched;
    f) reissue of forfeited shares or securities, or the issue of shares or securities held in reserve for future issue or the creation in any form or manner of new shares or securities or any other rights, privileges or benefits to subscribe to;
    g) short particulars of any other alterations of capital, including calls;
    h) financial results;
    i) decision on voluntary delisting by the Company from stock exchange(s). 
  1. Agreements (viz. shareholder agreement(s), joint venture agreement(s), family settlement agreement(s) (to the extent that it impacts management and control of the Company), agreement(s)/treaty(ies)/contract(s) with media companies) which are binding and not in normal course of business, revision(s) or amendment(s) and termination(s) thereof. 
  1. Fraud/defaults by promoter or key managerial personnel or by Company or arrest of key managerial personnel or promoter. 
  1. Change in directors, key managerial personnel (Managing Director, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer , Company Secretary etc.), Auditor and Compliance officer.

      (7A) In case of resignation of the auditor of the listed entity, detailed reasons for resignation of auditor, as given by the said auditor, shall be disclosed by the listed entities to the  stock exchanges as soon as possible but not later than twenty four hours of receipt of such reasons from the auditor.

      (7B) Resignation of auditor including reasons for resignation: In case of resignation of an independent director of the listed entity, within seven days from the date of resignation,  the following disclosures shall be made to the stock exchanges by the listed entities:
              (i)   Detailed reasons for the resignation of independent directors as given by the said director shall be disclosed by the listed entities to the stock exchanges.
              (ii)  The independent director shall, along with the detailed reasons, also provide a confirmation that there is no other material reasons other than those provided.
              (iii) The confirmation as provided by the independent director above shall also be disclosed by the listed entities to the stock exchanges along with the detailed reasons as    specified in sub-clause (i) above. 

  1. Appointment or discontinuation of share transfer agent.
  2. Corporate debt restructuring.
  3. One time settlement with a bank.
  4. Reference to winding-up petition filed by any party / creditors.
  5. Issuance of Notices, call letters, resolutions and circulars sent to shareholders, debenture holders or creditors or any class of them or advertised in the media by the Company.
  6. Proceedings of Annual and extraordinary general meetings of the company.
  7. Amendments to memorandum and articles of association of Company, in brief.
  8. Schedule of Analyst or institutional investor meet and presentations on financial results made by the Company to analysts or institutional investors;



Events which shall be disclosed upon application of the guidelines for materiality referred sub-point g of para (4.3):

  1. Commencement or any postponement in the date of commencement of commercial production or commercial operations of any unit/division.
  2. Change in the general character or nature of business brought about by arrangements for strategic, technical, manufacturing, or marketing tie-up, adoption of new lines of business or closure of operations of any unit/division (entirety or piecemeal).
  3. Capacity addition or product launch.
  4. Awarding, bagging/ receiving, amendment or termination of awarded/bagged orders/contracts not in the normal course of business.
  5. Agreements (viz. loan agreement(s) (as a borrower) or any other agreement(s) which are binding and not in normal course of business) and revision(s) or amendment(s) or termination(s) thereof.
  6. Disruption of operations of any one or more units or division of the listed entity due to natural calamity (earthquake, flood, fire ), force majeure or events such as strikes, lockouts etc.
  7. Effect(s) arising out of change in the regulatory framework applicable to the listed entity
  8. Litigation(s) / dispute(s) / regulatory action(s) with impact.
  9. Fraud/defaults etc. by directors (other than key managerial personnel) or employees of listed entity.
  10. Options to purchase securities including any ESOP/ESPS Scheme.
  11. Giving of guarantees or indemnity or becoming a surety for any third party.
  12. Granting, withdrawal, surrender, cancellation or suspension of key licenses or regulatory approvals.