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What is CSR?

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has undergone remarkable changes over the years from merely dispensing cash through charity to organisations or NGOs engaged in social work to integrating CSR as a strategic business management concept.  We have seen the business sector generating wealth and value for the shareholders in the last

World Earth Day 2024

“As we mark the 54th Earth Day, it’s imperative that we reflect on the urgent need for sustainable practices in every aspect of our lives. The buildings and construction sector are by far the largest emitter of greenhouse gases, accounting for a staggering 37% of global emissions. This underscores the

World Earth Day 2024

“As we celebrate World Earth Day, Virtusa stands tall in our dedication to environmental stewardship through our internal initiative, Code Green. This year, with a focus on ‘Planet vs Plastics,’ our commitment to sustainability shines brighter than ever. Through Code Green, we prioritize energy-efficient operations, software development, and cutting-edge technologies. Our success

World Heritage Day 2024

Heritage encompasses the tangible and intangible remnants of our shared past. From ancient monuments to cultural traditions, it reflects the diversity, resilience, and creativity of civilizations across the world. It serves as a bridge between generations, connecting us to our ancestors. This year’s World Heritage Day highlights the need to

The Promise of AI for Circular Economy in India

India, a land of contrasts, grapples with immense potential and pressing challenges. Waste management becomes a critical concern as our cities swell and our population burgeons. The convergence of AI and the Circular Economy in India presents a unique opportunity to address pressing environmental challenges while fostering economic growth. Embracing

CSR is not a charity but a duty and responsibility towards society

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) guidelines define its philosophy wherein organizations serve the interest of society by taking responsibility for the impact of their activities on customers, employees, shareholders, communities and the environment in all aspects of their operations. Under these guidelines, the long-term CSR Plan is to match with the

Quality of education foundation for sustainable living

By 2030, the United Nations hopes that all countries should ensure all learners acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, global citizenship and appreciation

Illuminating paths of compassion and empowerment across India

Manav Mandir Mission Trust stands as a beacon of hope, founded on the principles of compassion and service. Established on November 3rd, 1989, by the revered H.H. Acharya Shri Roop Chandra Ji M, this non-profitable public charitable trust operates under the Indian Trust Act, Section 42, with a steadfast commitment

Invest In Women: Accelerate Progress

United Nations theme for Women’s International Day 2024A wake-up call to help Social and economic growth Women have fought with men as equals in health, communication, education, and administration, as caregivers, innovators, community organizers, and some of the most exemplary and effective national leaders in combating calamities and catastrophes. March

The CSR Projects Support GOA and its People

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not a charity but a duty & responsibility towards society inspired by the highest values of seeking to return to society a part of what we have received in whatever capacity & to whatever extent we can. Over the years, CSR has gathered critical mass






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