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Community Development In The North East For CSR

India is the fastest growing economy in world. Statements like these are often made these days. And they are not false. India is really developing at a great speed. But with India growing up so fast as a country, we as its citizens have to grow too. It is not really progress if only...
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Child Safety On The CSR Agenda

It hasn’t been long since the terror of Blue Whale game had taken the teenagers and children across the globe by a storm. In India too several teenagers were victimized by the game and committed suicide. The children are the future of our nation and their safety should be the biggest concern. It does...
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CSR: Teaching Hygiene To Street Food Vendors

Street food vending is integral part of every culture in the world. In India, street food represents a whole different cuisine, energy and vigor. It is almost as good as a festival or a religion. The Annual turnover of the street food industry in Mumbai has been noted as INR 1590 crores according to...
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CSR: Take Breaks to Deal With Exam Stress

Exam stress is a significant problem in India. With rising competition the exam time is almost like a nightmare for many students. The students unable to cope with the stress of scoring well and meeting the expectations of teachers and parents have even turned to violent measures like suicide. According to the latest data...

CSR: Scalability And PPP For Inclusion From The Grassroots

For any child a holistic makeover should include a complete transformation in the built environment. A good balance of emotional well-being, nutrition for the body and tracking progress in education. Along with the need in an infrastructural boost, we have to reform the current public education system in some of these government schools and...
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CSR: Inclusion In Education For Human Rights

According to the Disability Inclusion Act of the Indian constitution, the children with disability have equal rights to be educated with the children without disability. It also states that, special classes, separate schooling, or other removal of children with disabilities from the regular environment occurs only when the nature or severity of disability is...
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Solar Lab Inaugurated In The Capital

Energy is depleting. Since the industrial revolution and many inventions that have made our lives easier, the demand for the raw materials and natural resources have increased drastically. This has led to deforestation, destruction of ecosystems and depletion of many natural resources. According to The World Counts, there are only about 36 years or so...
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Teaching Road Safety At A Tender Age

Road safety is a serious concern in India. With a large population density and almost non-existent traffic sense, mishaps are a common happening in India. The country is in its developing stage. The infrastructure is improving at a lightning fast speed in most of the major cities of the country. However, along with that many more...
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Skill Development – A Path to Future

Skill development is the need of the hour for every individual. With Artificial intelligence taking over lot of human jobs, it is important for everyone to stay updated. Of course AI will generate many more jobs, but there would be a different skill set required to be able to do them. India is a developing...

Eco Conscious Technology Empowers Sustainable Livelihoods

Corporate Social Responsibility is an important leg of any sustainable business model. Be it sustainable production processes or eco-efficient waste management or serving the communities that you operate in; it is the way to conduct yourself. In today’s time after the mandate in 2014, it has become a business imperative. Is it only community service...

The Quandary of Social Organisations – Depth Vs. Width

In the recent past, I have had the opportunity of working with some really smart, bright, passionate social entrepreneurs – people looking to address complex social issues through for-profit and not-for-profit models. While their energy and enthusiasm is infectious, one of the questions we always struggle with is, in defining the actual issue that...

Imperative Road Safety Ways For One And All

According to studies, it is alarming to note the statistics of road accidents. 1.46 lakh people lost their lives in 4.60 lakh road accidents across the country last year, which roughly translates to 400 deaths a day. Last year the Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, asked corporate firms to come forward...
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