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Success measured through volunteers’ engagement: Ganesh Natarajan

Ganesh Natrajan has been appointed the Chairman of NASSCOM Foundation for 2014-16. He is also a Founder and Board Member of Global Talent Track, a pioneer in Employability Skills Training in Asia. In his brief chat with The wp Journal, Natarajan expresses the huge task it is to make 300 million people employable in...
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Need clarity on definitions used in CSR: M.R. Rangaswami

M.R. Rangaswami is a software executive, investor, entrepreneur, corporate eco-strategy expert, community builder and philanthropist. While chatting with The CSR Journal team, M.R. speaks about the importance of putting profits to good use, which in turn can mean much to the country. In line with the same, there is also a crucial need for...
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Money + Effort is the way forward: Harsh Mariwala

The CSR Journal in conversation with Harsh Mariwala, Chairman, Marico Ltd speaks on the importance of an organisation’s duty and the importance of its role in society. Disagreeing on the need for a supervising body, he says, “If someone really wants to evade , either way they will.”
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Moral pressure needs to be created: Vidya Shah

Vidya Shah is the CEO of EdelGive Foundation, which is the philanthropy arm of Edelweiss group. Her presence on the board for various prominent organisations enables her to contribute strategically. Thus, helping them to buuild a stronger presence by implementing useful plans in an efficient manner. Vidya Shah, while sharing her insights with The wp...
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CSR Activities Should Be Voluntarily Done & Not Forced: Kazutada Kobayashi

The CSR Journal in conversation with Kazutada Kobayashi, CEO & President, Canon India speaks on the Japanese philosophy of CSR and the inspiration behind activities taken up in India. The CSR policy that Canon follows and what continues to trigger their interest in CSR irrespective of the obstacles one can face from the government....
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Corporate firms too are currently lacking sufficient awareness on CSR: Narayan Iyer

Narayan Iyer, CEO, Indian Development Foundation chats with The CSR Journal and shares his views that come from 24 years of experience in the social sector. Explaining the burning issues, he expresses his thoughts on how CSR funds and employee involvement can make a huge and faster impact in the areas of need. But...

Cos Gradually Coming to Terms With Act: Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee

‘JUST pull up your socks and go’ is the advice Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee, Director General and CEO, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, and chief architect of the mandatory wp provisions in the new Companies Act, gives to corporates in this interview with The wp Journal’s Raksha Shetty. Chatterjee says the new Government, while leaving...

2 Percent Is Not Enough: Khorakiwala

Wockhardt Foundation CEO Dr. Huzaifa Khorakiwala tells The wp Journal why wp initiatives in India should not just be mandatory, they should be bold.

Mining Must Carry Communities Along: Shaifalika Panda

THE mining sector has long been embattled by scams and negative publicity, but long before wp became mandatory, the much-maligned industry has been serving disadvantaged and marginalized groups, especially in mining intensive states like Odisha, says Shaifalika Panda, CEO of Bansidhar and Ila Panda Foundation (BIPF), the wp arm of mining major Indian Metals...
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