IICA and IndiaCSR to Organize Seminar on CSR Laws, with special Orientation Program by Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee on 9 August at Raipur

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Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee, Director General & CEO, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt of India, New Delhi is the Chief Guest and key note speaker

The forum will discuss long term benefits of CSR and changes required to achieve true sustainability through responsible competitiveness.

India CSR News Network

RAIPUR: In collaboration with Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), Govt. of India, New Delhi; IndiaCSR, India’s largest CSR network is organizing ‘Seminar on CSR Law with Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee’ which includes a special orientation program designed for CEOs, MDs, Directors, Head CSR, Head HR/communications & corporate affairs and NGO Leaders in Raipur at on August 9, 2014.

For this seminar a dedicated portal i.e. www.seminar.indiacsr.in, has been launched today by IndiaCSR. CSR & COMPETITIVENESS, foremost monthly publication on Corporate Social Responsibility is the magazine partner. Venue to be announced shortly.

Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee, Director General & CEO, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India, New Delhi is the Chief Guest and key note speaker at seminar programme.

Among other speakers, Gayatri Subramaniam, Convener and Chief Programme Executive (CSR), National Foundation for Corporate Social Responsibility (NFCSR) and Geetanjali Gaur, Programme Executive (CSR), NFCSR, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA) New Delhi are prominent names.

During the launching of Seminar’s web portal Rusen Kumar, Director, IndiaCSR clarified the objectives of the seminar with these words. “With the objectives of facilitating various organizations to understand the requirements for designing strategic CSR projects, design, implement, manage, document strategic CSR projects and interaction with Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee; we are organizing ‘Day-long seminar on CSR Law’ on August 9, 2014 at Raipur, Chhattisgarh. IndiaCSR series of MDP/Seminar/Conferences has been recognized as the innovative and thought-provoking conference on corporate social responsibility in the country.”

“The seminar would provide a forum to initiate dialogues and enlighten the participants on various aspects of Section 135 of the New Companies Law by creating a competitive edge for their business organizations with the help of responsible management practices of company.”, he added.

“We believe that the seminar will help businesses and the implementing agencies to develop a common perspective and approaches on undertaking CSR initiatives within this broader context of the new legislation. The sessions will focus the necessary elements of CSR and help stakeholders to understand, adopt, implement and measure their programs so as better connect can be created between the businesses and communities.”, Gayatri Subramaniam, Convener and Chief Program Executive (CSR), National Foundation for Corporate Social Responsibility (NFCSR), Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), New Delhi said.

India is the first country in the world to mandate Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) spending, through a statutory provision under the Companies Law 2013 and expects an annual spending of around INR 30,000 Cr by India Inc. This will ensure a gradual shift from the traditional charity model to a more strategic CSR model that fits in with the long term objectives of the company.

This is an excellent opportunity to present views and experiences on CSR issues, and also network with experts from government, industry, policy makers and NGOs dealing with social responsibility opportunities. The program would facilitate the gathering of many luminaries from the corporate and non-profit world. It shall witness how the profit driven business houses are involved in collectivism, informal virtue and morality. Brilliance and knowledge in the field expressed through speeches, presentations and case studies would highlight thought provoking activities and facilitate knowledge transfer across the august gathering.

The forum will discuss long term benefits of CSR and changes required to achieve true sustainability through responsible competitiveness.

This seminar becomes relevant to anyone interested in corporate social responsibility. Orientation programme is especially designed for MD, CEOs, COOs, CFOs, Directors, Executive Directors, Unit Heads, Head CSR, Head Sustainability, professionals from Corporate Governance, Finance, Corporate Communications, Community Relations, Public Relations, Branding, Investor Relations, Strategic Planning, Human Resources, Risk & Compliance and Supply Chains. CSR Seminar is also relevant for representatives from social enterprises and NGOs/NPOs who wish to collaborate with business, Socially responsible investors, and Government representatives establishing frameworks for (sustainable) development and students and academicians interested in the field of CSR.

 

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