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Role of Csr in Nation Building

Recently, India became the world’s fifth largest economy by overtaking the United Kingdom. Now, the United States, China, Japan, and Germany are the only nations with economies larger than India’s on the one hand and on the other hand India ranks 132 out of 191 countries and territories on the 2021/22 Human Development Index, according to a report released by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). HDI is a measure

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Encouraging Amature Musicians

Music has played a significant role in India’s cultural heritage for thousands of years. It is an integral part of the country’s social fabric, with a rich tradition that encompasses a wide range of musical styles and instruments. This is a great area of opportunity for corporates to spend their CSR funds. Notes And Sargam, and independent venture, has been promoting instrumental music in a unique way. It encourages amateur

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WCF CyberSmart Empowers Two Million+ Children and Youth to Navigate the Online Space Safely

Did you know that the pandemic affected over 32 crores of students in India according to a UNESCO report? Thanks to the shift to online learning during COVID-19, children are now spending more time online. The exponential rise in children’s use of the Internet has increased their vulnerability to risks / threats such as cyberbullying, online sexual abuse, access to harmful / explicit content and trafficking. In an increasingly digital

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Ajmal Super 40

The year 2016 witnessed a remarkable revolution in the field of education as a longstanding dream of The Ajmal Family was turned into reality in the name of “Ajmal Super 40” which set out with a noble purpose of bringing the downtrodden into the mainstream social order by providing with quality education and proper guidance along with financial support. The highly promising students who are left out in the cold,

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“Unity in Diversity” bridging North East with the rest of India

North East Region consists of Eight States – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya & Sikkim. High mountain ranges, dense forests, giant rivers and beautiful lakes make India a literal heaven. A young man in the 1990s saw the pain of its people and decided to work for the brothers and sisters in this region of India. India is a land poetically described as ‘Sujalam Sufalam’, which depicts

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CSR Evolution and UN Global Compact

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a reality, and it makes commercial sense for corporates to invest in society. It reflects a company’s value system and a principles-based approach to doing business. Business involvement in social welfare and development has been a tradition in India and is neither a modern concept nor a western import into India. Even during India’s freedom struggle, businesses contributed to many social and cultural causes. Many

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Tata leading the way in CSR

“In a free enterprise, the community is not just another stakeholder in business but is, in fact, the very purpose of its existence.”‑Jamsetji Tata Tata Group is known for contributing consistently and vigorously towards CSR activities. The Tata Sustainability Group (TSG) is a part of Tata Sons and serves as the nodal resource on sustainability for the Tata group of companies. TSG works with Tata Group companies in developing and

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ONGC restores the art and faith of people

ONGC, as a leading Maharatna of the nation, has set a benchmark continuously for the last two years by achieving 100% utilization of the CSR budget, which has been to over Rs 500 Crore each year. This reflects ONGC’s commitment as a responsible Corporate Citizen to giving back to society in equal measure. Preservation and protection of National Heritage, Art and Culture: The Company may take up CSR activities aimed

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The man with a vision of great India

Jyotirao’ Jyotiba’ Govindrao Phule was a prominent social reformer and thinker ofnineteenth-century India. Mahatma Jyotirao Govindrao Phule was born into a farmer family, he had an opportunity to get a job in British Government, but he chose to become an entrepreneur. His entrepreneurial background and a strong sense of Social responsibility are reflected in his various social contributions. According to him, social responsibility means that besides maximizing shareholder value, businesses

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The future of CSR is dynamic

Raavi Birbal is a talented young legal professional. She counsels many corporate houses. Her in-depth understanding of their role in sharing responsibility to help society is appreciated by her peers. According to her, CSR is evolving and has great potential to create shared value. Time to re-think and innovate Corporate Social Responsibility. CSR can aid in achieving Constitutional Right to work and a skilled workforce. An imperative and noble endowment

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