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ZED @ 23rd GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF AFRICAN ORGANISATION FOR STANDARDIZATION (ARSO)

OPINION The 23rd General Assembly of ARSO has been held at a time when the African Continent is focusing on the implementation of AU’s Agenda 2063 which is a roadmap to ensure greater Manufacturing and Industrialisation of the Continent, and Women Empowerment with women playing active role in both social, political and economic development. The African Leaders and experts are calling for greater manufacturing, industrialisation and integration in Africa and

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ECONOMIC REFORMS & TRANSFORMATION OF RURAL INDIA

OPINION Rapid agriculture growth and rapid rural employment growth were always the focus of India’s policy makers. Mahatma Gandhi envisaged India as a Nation of self-sufficient autonomous village republics. Land – the summum bonum of rural existence, and agricultural structure was the most important determinant of India’s development. Highly skewed distribution of land was responsible for agricultural backwardness. As land was the critical income generating asset of rural India, changes

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Home Loan Opportunities in Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh

OPINION The mission of housing for all will now be a truly inclusive mission considering the housing opportunities available in the region. SBI is ready to take the challenge to cater to the ongoing/future needs of home loan buyers of both the union territories. Since August 5, 2019, the demography of Jammu and Kashmir has changed into two separate union territories, namely Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir and Union

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Sustainable Path to Prosperity

OPINION The most immediate consequence of a state-mandated CSR framework is a boost topublic-private partnerships. However, for the sake of reaching a proficient partnership,phase two shall enact necessary controls. I would like to see regional governments sittingat the table with major corporations assigning areas of investment and intervention. By Ilaria Gualtieri Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

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Mainstreaming The Sanitation: The Progress

CSR OPINION Sanitation projects under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan should follow a total value chain approach like any business project. The focus should be on planning, acting, assessing and reviewing the projects in order to achieve sustainable excellence. By S. Ravishankar Clean and safe sanitation is an important necessity for health and hygiene. The impact can be transformational,as it has been brought out in many studies across countries. No public health

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Corporate Social Responsibility Integration: The Good, Bad & Bold

CSR OPINION CSR and sustainability have developed into practices rather than trends. Willingly or forcefully, companies embark in sustainability reporting before strategically integrating CSR at operational levels. Realistically, there is a long way to go to ensure responsible practices assimilation within corporate management systems, especially in the case of a top-down regulatory imposition. By Ilaria Gualtieri   Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainable practices are considered strategical to the survival of corporations. However, let’s

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Find sustainable, cost-effective solutions

CSR OPINION CSR has the potential to make a significant contribution towards the development agenda of India not just by bringing financial resources but also offering technology, skills and management practices to the development sector. By Meenakshi Batra   Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in India has opened up new sets of opportunities for India’s citizens, businesses and not-for-profit sector. Newer forms of partnerships have emerged between corporates and the not-for-profit

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