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Women in Boards

CSR: Gender Diversity on Boards improve in India

The revised Companies Act, 2013 made it mandatory for all listed companies and other public limited firms to appoint at least one woman as...
Firms under scrutiny

1,000 Indian firms under scrutiny for unspent CSR funds

Companies that are holding back on their corporate social responsibility (CSR) spending and are re-routing the funds to the balance sheet could soon face...

Corporate Social Responsibility And Its Concerns

India has historically had a challenging ecosystem with difficult terrains all across the country, from the north to the south and east to the...
CSR is the moral voice of business

CSR: The Moral Voice Of Business

Andrew Carnegie, steel tycoon and one of the greatest philanthropists whose business ethos was to "do well in order to do good" was one...

IIT KGP CSR Conclave, 10th January 2017

In an initiative of aligning the needs of society and corporate houses along with research & development, IIT Kharagpur, a higher educational institution in...

Changing Landscape of Philanthropy In India

The recent Hurun India Philanthropy List 2015 reported Azim Premji as the most generous Indian, donating INR 27,514 crore (USD 4200 million) on education...

Ministry Favours More Changes In Companies’ Law, Clarity On wp Norms

With an aim to further improve India’s ‘ease of doing business’ ranking, Corporate Affairs Ministry is gearing up for more changes in 2016 to...

Effective Communication: A Challenge For CSR

wp communication teams are finding it a daunting task to devise effective communication strategies for initiatives, and to find impactful spaces in which to showcase them

Resolve Tradition of Mistrust Between NGOs, Corporates

Why not involve NGO leaders in developing wp projects and programmes? NGOs are grassroots workers and corporates aren't, this difference will be there and should be retained

ये ‘सीएसआर’ और आप

भारत की कंपनियां अब जनता की भलाई के कामों पर सीधे सीधे - करीब 24000 करोड़ रुपये ख़र्च करेंगी. आपको यह जानकर आश्चर्य भले...

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