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महाराष्ट्र के पूर्व मुख्यमंत्री पृथ्वीराज चव्हाण से दिल से दिल की बात।

दी सीएसआर जर्नल के एडिटर इन चीफ अमित उपाध्याय से खास बातचीत करते हुए महाराष्ट्र के पूर्व मुख्यमंत्री पृथ्वीराज चव्हाण ने दावा किया कि इसबार फिर से महाराष्ट्र और केंद्र में कांग्रेस गठबंधन की सरकार बनेगी। 2014 का चुनाव परशेप्शन की लड़ाई थी जो हम हार गए। कांग्रेस के लीडर अंग्रेजी में सोचते और...
Dr Rajeev Boudhankar

Healthcare as CSR lends a ‘soft’ image to corporates: Dr Rajeev Boudhankar, CEO, Bhatia Hospital, Mumbai

CSR by large private hospitals is probably not as documented compared to their manufacturing and tech counterparts. CSR initiatives by these hospitals can be broadly classified into four buckets: rural healthcare, awareness campaigns, disaster-relief campaigns, and education. Even then, many don’t have clearly articulated CSR policies. The rise of chronic diseases, which is the biggest...
Arshan Vakil

Digital learning has great potential in govt. schools: Arshan Vakil, Founder and CEO, Kings Learning

Being proficient in the English language is an advantage, often unfair, in India. Not being fluent in it could mean losing out on the job you’re qualified for. One social enterprise is trying to reduce the gap. Focusing mainly on students and blue-collared workers who are at the bottom of the pyramid, Kings Learning...
Sébastien Hug, CEO, swissnex India

India could possibly overachieve its Paris Agreement goals: Sébastien Hug, CEO and Consul General, swissnex India

By 2030, India plans to generate 40% of its total energy requirement through renewable energy sources. “The Government of India has planned to increase its renewable energy capacity target to 225 GW by 2022, much ahead of its initial target of 175 GW. Overall, up to 8.5 GW of renewable energy capacity is expected...
Denzil Keelor

Equitable distribution of CSR is in question: Air Marshal Denzil Keelor, Founder Trustee and CEO, Special Olympics Bharat

“It has been established that through sports, people can reduce degree of disability by up to 25%. “People with disabilities have a large degree of normalcy in them and 80% of them are capable of participating in sports,” says Air Marshal Denzil Keelor, the founder Trustee and CEO of Special Olympics Bharat. Special Olympics Bharat...
Gaganjot Kaur

‘Govt. of India is key player to drive clean energy’: Gaganjot Kaur, swissnex India

To many Fortune 500 companies announcing aggressive goals relating to their clean energy usage, transitioning their energy usage into renewable energy sources plays an integral part in their sustainability goals. Offsetting energy costs through increased use of renewables is not only cost-effective, but such practices allow for CSR success, which has a profound impact...
Abdullah A Rehman

Air pollution is the fifth largest killer in India: Abdullah A Rehman, Founder & CEO, Anti Pollution Drive Foundation

Delhiites continue to choke on polluted air and debate over the unlivability of metro cities in India continues to rage. As part of our continuous efforts to Be the Solution, The CSR Journal had an exclusive conversation with Founder and CEO of Anti Pollution Drive Foundation, Abdullah A Rehman. Anti Pollution Drive (APD) Foundation India...

For some children, the mid day meal is their only meal: Dhananjay Krishna Das, Chairman (North India), Annamrita by ISKCON Food Relief Foundation

Despite having a food wastage ratio of 40%, India has the largest number of malnourished kids. ISKCON Food Relief Foundation, branded as Annamrita, is a not-for-profit, non-religious, non-sectarian public charitable organization. It has been serving 1.2 million mid-day meals everyday through its 20 kitchens across India among their network of 6,500 schools. The organization...
Dr. Priti Adani, Chairperson, Adani Foundationvideo

CSR is embedded in our philosophy: Dr. Priti G. Adani, Chairperson, Adani Foundation

Presenting Dil Se Dil Ki Baatein with The CSR Journal. Watch editor-in-chief Amit Upadhyay in an exclusive conversation with Dr. Priti Adani at her foundation in Ahmedabad. She is the chairperson of Adani Foundation and married to business tycoon Gautam Adani (founder-chairman of multinational conglomerate Adani Group) yet is surprisingly humble and media-shy. She has...
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Soft skills are essential in work environment: Clement Chauvet, Chief, Skills and Business development, UNDP

“Women who have worked before marriage are more likely to come back to work after a break of few years than those who have not worked at all,” said Clement Chauvet, Chief, Skill and Business Development, UNDP India. In conversation with Pramit Ghosh from The CSR Journal, Chauvet elaborated on various programs that UNDP is...
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We are attempting to measure the development of our leaders: John Kolmer, Global High Potential Program Leader, Dow Chemical

The companies best positioned to succeed in the world of today and tomorrow are the ones that innovate new products, and leverage expertise to advance human progress. Bearing this in mind, Dow Chemical International Pvt. Ltd., a leading materials science company, has taken active interest in investing for resilient, inclusive and innovative leaders to...
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We Need A Stadium In Every Village: Bajrang Punia, Wrestling Champion

The wait for the first gold medal at the Asian Games this year was not long as Bajrang Punia secured the yellow metal after beating Japan’s Daichi Takatani in the 65kg category. Bajrang dedicated his medal to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who breathed his last in August. The wrestler believes his Asian Games...
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