Invitation for Participation: CSR India Conclave at IIFM Bhopal on 15 November


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IIFMBHOPAL: Indian Institute of Forest Management is organizing ‘CSR India Conclave 2014’in 15th November 2014. The conclave aims to bring the various stakeholders (policy makers, corporate houses, PSUs, NGOs and the academia) under one single roof. The objective is to analyze the framework of an actionable approach for CSR policies. The conclave aims at bringing the different facets of CSR to light through keynote addresses, panel discussions and social innovation idea competition. Theme for this year is Corporate Social Responsibility: Linking corporate and Society.

Download Brochure: 5th CSR India Conclave 2014

Theme: “Corporate Social Responsibility: Linking Corporate and Society”.


Dr. Mahendra Raju
EPFO , Ministry of Labor
And Visiting Professor
IISC Bangalore

Sushama Oza
Chief Executive Officer
Adani Foundation

Tejbir Singh Bhandari
Senior General Manager,Human Resource
Indian Oil Corporation Limited

Bikrant Tiwary
Chief Executive Officer
Pangean EcoNet Asset and
Grow Trees

Biplav Chatterjee
Senior Manager
Price Water Cooper House

Vijay Ganpathy
Senior Manager and Senior Consultant
Earnst and Young

This conclave is not for hard talks but aims at providing a road ahead for synergizing the business capital with the social capital. The conclave focuses on bridging gaps between the two ends, business and society, by facilitating communication between NGOs and the corporate CSR heads. The conclave encourages NGOs to come up with well drafted development proposals that shall be presented before the corporate heads for implementation.

The conclave targets at the bigger picture of discussing the multi-varied issues and strategies related to implementing, monitoring and evaluating the performance of CSR policies of any company in India. The conclave will also address the not so discussed issues of rating, ranking and labeling of CSR activities. Thus, it would prove to be a step forward in the direction of machinating a structure for “CSR credits”.

Objectives of the Conclave
In broader terms the conclave objectives are:
To review the CSR implementation in India.
To address the challenges and explore the potential field of CSR in business strategies.
To have an update on the ongoing CSR initiatives by the big shots of the sector.
To be a part of experience sharing of the experts in the domain of corporate responsibility.
To discuss on the proposed solutions for the effectiveness of the initiative.
To discuss issues of mandatory CSR
To discuss top CSR concern i.e. Environment, Development & Sustainability
To share experiences and solutions with industry experts

Utkarsh Agrawal
Coordinator, Communication Cell ( CSR India Conclave 2014 )
Mob No: +91-7828102887
Indian Institute of Forest Management
(An Autonomous Institute Under Ministry of Environment and Forests,Government of India)
Bhopal (MP) 462003, India

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