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Ladakh

Top CSR Projects in Ladakh

The newly formed union territory (UT) of Ladakh is known for its arid yet beautiful mountains, picturesque passes and Buddhist monasteries. The UT is popular among the bikers who ride all the way from the plains to experience the scenic yet rock roads in the region. The UT because of its unique topography is...
Kanpur

Top CSR Projects in Kanpur

Kanpur is the largest city in Uttar Pradesh. From being one of the most important stations during the British Raj to becoming the industrial capital of UP, Kanpur has always maintained its position as a hub for commercial activity. CSR in Kanpur is underdeveloped, to say the least. Let's look at how wisely companies...
Gurugram

Top CSR Projects in Gurugram

Gurugram, formerly known as Gurgaon is the country’s second-largest Information Technology hub, and third-largest financial and banking hub. The city is also home to India’s largest medical tourism industry. Gurugram District has witnessed phenomenal growth in all spheres of developments, particularly in industry and urbanization. Today, it has become a hub of multinational companies,...
Epson global CSR report

Global CSR Report: Epson is Meticulous About Corporate Citizenship

Epson has been helping to solve various social issues by delivering unique value through innovative and creative products and solutions. Epson is primarily engaged in developing, manufacturing, selling, and providing services for products in the printing solutions, visual communications, wearable and industrial products, and the other business. The company is organized into operations divisions that...
Varanasi

Top CSR Projects in Varanasi

Varanasi, also known as Benares or Kashi is among the oldest cities of India. The city is considered to be a holy city among Hindus, who believe that if they spend the last days of their lives in the city, they will be able to achieve salvation. Despite its religious and historical importance, the...
SDG 8

Are Indian companies on track to achieve SDG 8?

SDG 8 calls for promoting 'sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all'. According to some experts, the success of the entire SDG agenda depends to a large extent on achieving Sustainable Development Goal #8. Responsible business conduct and ensuring respect for human rights will not only help...
Punjab

Top CSR Projects in Punjab

Punjab, the land of five rivers is known across the world for its delicious food and brotherhood. People from Punjab are known to migrate to various countries of the world and settle there, making their culture, music and lifestyle very popular throughout the globe. Punjab has a predominantly agriculture-based economy. This is why it...
Andhra Pradesh

Top CSR Projects in Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh, the state with rich and vivid history is known for being the source of the world-famous Koh-i-Noor diamond and many more diamonds in its Kollur mine. The state is known as the “rice bowl of India” for being a major producer of rice. The Telugu speaking state is first to be created...
CSR Law

MCA’s CSR-1 Form Mandatory for All Entities Implementing CSR Projects

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has made available CSR-1 form on its website and made it mandatory for all the social organisations seeking CSR funds or CSR implementing agencies to file it. What is CSR-1 Form? The CSR-1 form is aimed at efficient monitoring of CSR spendings in the country. It is to be filed by...
Qualtrics study - UK

New study reveals importance of CSR to UK employees in a post-Covid world

Qualtrics released a new study into corporate social responsibility and its impact on overall UK employee engagement. Learnings from the report include how CSR has become more important to employees since the start of 2020, the importance of consulting employees before launching an initiative, and the top 5 CSR initiatives employees would like their...
Skan

Ashok Soota commits Rs. 200 crore for SKAN medical research trust for Ageing and Neurological disorders

Philanthropist and serial entrepreneur Ashok Soota announced the creation of SKAN, probably India’s first not-for-profit entity in the private sector, exclusively for medical research. Soota also announced funds commitment of Rs. 200 Crores for SKAN. Out of this, Rs. 100 crores is earmarked for partners such as St John’s, Centre for Brain Research (CBR), IIT-Roorkee,...
Badrinath - Uttarakhand

Top CSR Projects in Uttarakhand

The Himalayan state of Uttarakhand is famous across the country for the pilgrimage sites, beautiful and holy rivers and significance of spirituality. The state is also often in news for various natural calamities because of its tricky terrain and peculiar climate. Additionally, the state also has economic importance for its contribution to Agriculture and...

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