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  • The two bills passed in year 2013-14 with the objective of promoting development. First one is Company Act 2013 which is a revision of 1956 Company Act. Under the Company Act 2013 the Indian corporates need to formulate a corporate social responsibility policy and spend at least …rrently employed with IIHMR University Jaipur as MIS Officer.   

  • India has the world’s richest tradition of Corporate Social Responsibility. It has a comprehensive and prosperous history of close business associations in social causes for national development. India has been following tradition of corporate philanthropy and welfare under the…bility and Environmental Sustainability in Indian companies”.  

  • The moment we think it’s over, another shocking incident takes place. We were awaiting the final verdict on the primary accused in Delhi rape-case and the news channels were telecasting the gang-rape that happened in Mumbai. When the Delhi rape case took place some people accus…rests. Loves nature in all forms. In hope of a just society for all. 

  • Corporate Social Responsibility is a reality is today’s world; one that is not only brought about by the corporate world’s conscience but also by the recently implemented regulatory framework.  However, despite this change in legislation, the hesitation among the corporates … and Companies to connect with each other for the CSR initiatives.  

  • It has been 70 years since the last world war and people’s realization of the importance of peaceful and prosperous coexistence within and among nations. Despite efforts by governments, civil society and individuals, we still see discrimination, inequality and social crisis. To… issues with a special focus on CSR and Sustainability.     

  • BACKGROUND  The charity’s research titled ‘Wealth: Having it All and Wanting More’ published by Oxfam in January 2015, shows that the share of the world’s wealth owned by the best-off 1% has increased from 44% in 2009 to 48% in 2014, while the least well-off 80% curr…esponsibility of a U.S. based Multinational Company in India.   

  • With the percentage of school enrolment staying at 96 percent or above for six years in a row as of 2014, it is encouraging to note that India is close to achieving universal enrolment for children in the age group of 6-14 years. The credit to such an impressive result goes to al…an be contacted at manish.michael@uwbengaluru.org      

  • With the introduction of CSR Companies Act, 2013 and CSR Rules, 2014, there has been a rejuvenated focus on the welfare works undertaken by the corporates so far. The corporates that were already working in this field wanted to assess the output and outcome of their activities to…eached at akanksha.singh@tiss.edu/akanksha1701@gmail.com.    

  • The United Nations defines illiteracy as “the inability to read and write a simple message in any language.” Let’s first understand the definition closely. An illiterate is equal to a handicapped person who is unfamiliar with his surroundings and is unable to perform day to…neral Assembly (UNGA) and United Nations Security Council (UNCS)  

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