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Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept that suggests that it is the responsibility of the corporations operating within society to contribute towards economic, social and environmental development that creates positive impact on society at large. Although there is no fixed definition, however the concept revolves around that fact the corporations needs to focus beyond earning just profits. The term became popular in the 1960s and now is formidable part of business operations.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

  1. 1. CONTENTS • What is CSR • Evolution of CSR in India • CSR Law in India • Triple Bottom Line Approach of CSR • CSR Efforts • Social Workers in Business Environment • Issues addressed by both Social Workers and CSR efforts • Benefits of CSR
  2. 2. EVOLUTION OF CSR IN INDIA
  3. 3. CSR LAW IN INDIA • Companies Act 2013 - CSR • Section 135 and Schedule VII • Ideology of give and take.
  4. 4. TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE APPROACH
  5. 5. PRESENTED BY - Shanmukha Priya Chadarada CB.SW.P2MSW16027 Guide : Dr.M.Nagalingam
  • KanakChandak

    Nov. 26, 2019
  • HermeloAbiganJr

    Feb. 19, 2018

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept that suggests that it is the responsibility of the corporations operating within society to contribute towards economic, social and environmental development that creates positive impact on society at large. Although there is no fixed definition, however the concept revolves around that fact the corporations needs to focus beyond earning just profits. The term became popular in the 1960s and now is formidable part of business operations.

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