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CSR: Educating All For A Transformative Change

The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act or Right to Education Act (RTE), is an Act of the Parliament of India, which was enacted on 4 August 2009. According to the website, it describes the modalities of the importance of free and compulsory education for children between 6 and 14 in...

CSR: Improve Your Lifestyle This World Health Day

On World Health day, this year’s theme is #HealthForAll. It is a daunting goal for every country in the world, and one that no society can afford to shy away from. In a developing country like India, this is a giant task given the pressure of a population of 1.3 billion people. To make health for all happen,...

CSR: Organ Donation As A Gift Of Life

In India, most citizens are not aware either about organ donation or how to go about through the correct channels.  Various NGOs and corporate are trying to raise awareness across the country and reach out to masses. A critically ill one-year-old baby underwent a successfully performed a liver transplant. He is the the smallest baby at...

CSR: Girl Power All The Way In Sports

The arena of sports is an ever growing and changing one in our country. It needs support for all age groups. More importantly, the juniors as well as established girl athletes. To encourage girl athletes from various parts of the country and in different individual sports disciplines, so as to enable them to compete on...

CSR: Diversifying The Approach

Today, women are playing a significant role in sustainability initiatives for their organisations, which not only covers environmental and societal issues, but also focuses on issues of gender equality and inclusiveness in the workplace. There is an increase in the engagement with sustainability leaders from across industries, highlighting important milestones while taking on the...

CSR: Video Game In Vernacular Languages To Create Awareness Against Trafficking

Thousands of girls get lost into the black hole of trafficking. There are over 3 million prostituted women in India, out of which 1.2 million are young girls. The average age of recruitment of girls into prostitution is between 9 and 12 years of age. Imagine playing an interactive game on the same lines. The...

Early Detection Of A Growing Epidemic Can Save Your Child

About 1.5 million babies are born premature in India every year. Shruti, was born in Aurangabad on a bright day in April. Her entire family was happy and overjoyed, but their happiness over was short lived.  Soon after she was born, she was diagnosed with an eye complication which led to her blindness being...

CSR: Relaying Of Truck Drivers Can Ensure Economic Efficiency

The life of the Indian truck driver is a human life that has been rendered inhuman by years of economic and social abuse. Although it moves our economy forward and yet lacks in many ways itself. If India has to grow and become an economic superpower, then logistic and supply chain ecosystems need to be...

CSR: Make Gender Transformative Change A Sustainable Reality

Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Education is imperative as it helps in mitigating most of the challenges faced in one’s life. This in turn enables individuals to make a difference and be change-makers. A vital part of this education is also gender equality...

CSR: Empowering Convenience Through Autonomous Cameras

On May 7th, 2016, Joshua Brown, became the first ever casualty, in an autonomous car accident. The cameras on his Tesla did not see a white trailer truck. He was driving at about 70mph, on a sunny Florida day. A white trailer truck was coming in the opposite direction, and against the glint of...
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A Focused Approach Is Very Crucial: Jacob Ninan, CEO, Axis Bank Foundation

“We need to focus on skilling the youth to reap demographic dividends, which has to go hand in hand with them being employed gainfully. Today the boards of corporate are getting more sensitised to the need of spending CSR money according to what has been defined. Unless personal social responsibility is ingrained in all...

CSR: Be Water Smarter This World Water Day

240 million people globally are living in acute water scarcity. With more than one-third of the world bowing under this threat, water crisis is indeed a worrying matter. While global conclaves are working towards water retention, preservation and minimal consumption, we also need to better understand how we can work with the nature to overcome the challenges we are facing...
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