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CSR: Protecting Children For A Brighter Future

Children are the future of our nation. They are the ones who would execute and fulfill the dream we see for our country. However, the dreams would remain just that if we do not protect and nurture the children and make our base stronger. According to the statistics by Action Aid India, one in every...
Digital literacy in Rural India

CSR: EDII To Create 36,000 Rural Enterprises Under SVEP

Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), a resource Institute for Entrepreneurship Education, Research, Training and Institution Building has helped improve rural livelihood and employment in village under Start-up Village Entrepreneurship Programme (SVEP), a sub-scheme of National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM), Ministry of Rural Development. It is dedicated to create sustainable self-employment opportunities for a large...
Media responsibility

CSR: Media Nurturing The Culture Of Giving

With great power, comes great responsibility. The quote cannot be better suited to anyone but Media. Media has become very powerful today in forming opinions of the people. Media has become the platform for the government as well as the opposition to build trusts or destroy them. The citizens rely so much on Media...
Child birth in India

Healthcare For Child Birth On CSR Agenda

Child birth is a difficult yet an exciting phase especially for first time parents. It is that precious experience that every couple looks forward to with lots of expectations. However, it is very vital for the child and mother’s health. The duo could face life long ailments if they are not subjected to proper...
Burger King MI

CSR: Promoting Leadership Potential Among Young Girls

This Cricket Season Burger King partnered with the current reigning champions of IPL, Mumbai Indians for its summer brand campaign ‘Great Burgers at Amazing Prices’. In an endeavour to further strengthen the ongoing partnership and take it forward to a noble cause, Burger King took a step towards fulfilling its “Sixes for Kings” programme....
Skilling India for employment

CSR: Stepping Towards Skilled India

Unemployment in India has always been an issue. According to the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) data, there are currently nearly 31 million unemployed Indians looking for jobs. In order to curb the situation, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) was launched in 2016 with an aim to skill 1 crore youth by...
Reading for blind

CSR: Simply Reading Without Seeing

Dependence on others for reading and writing is one of the biggest hurdle in the way of education, employment and leading an independent life, especially in case of people living with visual disabilities and low vision.  To empower persons with visual disabilities, the DAISY Consortium has developed the "Simply Reading” app as part of...

CSR: Garbage Generation At Sport Stadiums During Matches

When a cricket team is playing against a rival, the only priority for the entire country is the team’s victory. The spectators in the stadium are too nervous to pay attention to anything else. How does it matter where you throw the plastic water bottle or the biscuit packet, as long as the batsmen...
Circus Animals

CSR: Cruelty Behind The Amusement At Circus

The circus animals are not as amused as they appear to be while they try and entertain the audience. In fact, they are far from feeling anything positive. The circus animals perform the tricks that they do after going through rigorous training that they receive which includes abuse and cruelty. Animals in wilderness generally spend...
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

SDG Evaluation Tool Launched by Trucost

Trucost, a leader in carbon and environmental data and risk analysis, has launched SDG Evaluation Tool to help enable companies to identify business risks and opportunities aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). On September 25th 2015, countries adopted the goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable...
CSR: Adopt A Village, Educate And Transform Rural India

CSR: Qualitative Education For Everyone

Education should not be a privilege but a right to everyone. However, it would only matter in the cause of progress and economic development if the education is qualitative. It does not make any sense to teach the students, the detailed working of Black and white TV in the era of LED and smart...
Indian Child and Mother

CSR: A Gift For Children This Mother’s Day

Mother figure is very influential to every child’s personality. Which is why, Mother’s Day is one of the most special and celebrated days in India and across the world. In India, Mothers are always accounted for a child’s behaviour or actions. They get more credit for a child’s good behaviour and bear the brunt for...
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