Govt Working with World Bank to Set up CSR Institute

0
101

HYDERABAD: The Centre is negotiating with the World Bank to set up a CSR Institute in the country. A decision on this is likely soon, according to D.R.S. Choudhary, Secretary, Steel.

By setting up such an institute, the Government will seek to engage various private sector entities in corporate social responsibility initiatives.

The country has many examples of CSR initiatives including those of the Tatas and NMDC. Some of these initiatives were ahead of their time, he said.

(The Hindu Business Line, 18 Sept, 2012)

Comments

comments

SHARE
Previous articlePosco Clears Rs 200 cr CSR Package for Project Site in Odisha
Next articleECIL Constructs Halls at 2 Schools in AP
India CSR Network
India CSR Network is India's biggest and most trusted news portal in the domain of CSR & Sustainability. India CSR welcomes stories, statements, updates, reports on issues that interest you. Feedback, comments will make it more purposeful and resourceful. It is designed and maintained by India CSR Group. Contents are non-fiction. Though all efforts have been made to verify the accuracy, the same should not be construed as a statement of law or used for any legal purposes. In case of any ambiguity or doubts, readers are advised to verify with the source(s). Statement, articles, views and contributions can be sent to editor@indiacsr.in