SDGs and CSR

CSR & SDGs: A Match Made In Heaven

SDGs were adopted on 25th September 2015 in Paris where 193 countries, including India, ratified and signed the convention to accomplish 17 Sustainable Development...
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

CSR: स्वच्छ भारत कोष में जमा 673 करोड़ से पीएम तो खुश, लेकिन कहाँ है स्वच्छ्ता?

कहने के लिए तो मुंबई को खुले में शौच मुक्त करार कर दिया गया है, ना सिर्फ मुंबई बल्कि देश के कई ऐसे शहर...
Misuse of CSR Fund

सीएसआर फंड पर सख्त हुई सरकार

कॉरपोरेट सोशल रेस्पॉन्सिबिलिटी को लेकर नरेंद्र मोदी की सरकार अब सख्त रवैया अपना रही है। समाज में नीतिगत बदलाव लाने के लिए जो कंपनियां...

NASSCOM Foundation Reports Rise In Industry CSR Spending

The Nasscom Foundation, at its flagship event, the CSR Leadership Conference (CLC), announced that the industry had widely accepted the 2% CSR rule with...

Top Kamarajar Port officials booked for misappropriation of CSR funds

Senior officials of Kamarajar Port Limited, a major State-run port, have been booked on charges of misappropriating funds allocated to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Maharashtra State Department Proposes Using CSR Funds For Bail

According to recent reports, the Maharashtra home department has proposed using Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) funds for the purpose of bail. The report suggests,...

CSR Expenditure rises by 27% in 2016: Study

Increase of 27% was noted in the expenditure of corporate social responsibility (CSR) funds in 2015-16 as compared to the previous year. The figures...

Three Years Of CSR: Spending On The Rise, Yet Hurdles Remain

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) rules, implemented in April 2014 under section 135 of the Companies Act, have generated a buzz for their innovative approach...

400 companies spend Rs 5,857 crore in 2 years towards CSR

Nearly 400 companies together shelled out about Rs 5,857 crore towards corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities in two years, Parliament was informed on Tuesday. Under the Companies Act, 2013, a certain class of...

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