IndiaCSR to Collect 100 Best CSR Case Studies, Nominations Invited for IndiaCSR Awards

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NEW DELHI: If you have made incredible achievements and have actualized CSR in true sense, then the IndiaCSR awards and recognitions is made just for you. The ultimate vision of the IndiaCSR Awards is to identify and recognize the corporate best practices of ongoing Social Responsibility initiatives in various domains in the country and its mission is to inspire, encourage, and facilitate corporate social responsibility awareness and practices among corporate India.

The INDIACSR Community Initiative Awards is open to all companies and organizations registered in India that engage in social responsibility. The Awards are open for nomination by all companies, corporate funded foundations, partnerships, operating in India.

Url of the award website : www.awards.indiacsr.in

“We believe in quality. We fulfill the need of society through new initiatives and innovative works. The IndiaCSR awards give an opportunity to showcase best and innovative CSR projects to the companies. Through these awards we will be collecting more than 100 best CSR case studies of innovative CSR projects of contemporary environment.”, Rusen Kumar, Founder and Director, IndiaCSR group said.

“CSR is an evolving area for academicians. Case studies to be collected through the IndiaCSR will be made available to the B-schools, colleges and institutions.”, he added.

The INDIACSR Community Initiative Awards is open to all companies and organizations registered in India that engage in social responsibility. The Awards are open for nomination by all companies, corporate funded foundations, partnerships, operating in India.

The opportunity is knocking, and the bell is ringing at your door, to join the prestigious INDIACSR Community Initiative Awards and get yourself recognized at the national and international levels through the IndiaCSR.in (India’s the largest CSR news network) and CSR & COMPETITIVENESS (the foremost monthly CSR magazine), and to shine in the limelight with the people driving the CSR domain and business success.

“The aim of the INDIACSR Community Initiative Awards is to bringing into focus the CSR best and innovative projects, and in doing so transforming the exchange of best practices into concrete action on the ground. The awards encourage the organizations (regardless of their size) on social projects or programme and increase the recognition of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) principles in their operations.”, Rusen Kumar said.

“This exciting and need based CSR initiative focuses on successful partnerships between business and society, with particular emphasis on collaborative programmes/projects that tackle contemporary social issues through innovations and action oriented interventions.”, he added.

‘INDIACSR Community Initiative Awards’ is a milestone and an iconic event that acknowledges the unique and extraordinary contributions in the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) domain. This is a premium honour that recognizes the most admired and outstanding CSR initiatives and ventures in India. The awards acknowledge the noble contributions in the CSR domain that are raising benchmarks by bringing radical and transformative change in the development arena through innovation and excellence.

The main goals of the awards are to: 

Identify and recognize exemplary CSR performances/projects/programmes
Give visibility to CSR excellence and raise awareness on the positive impact that business can have on society
Bring the best CSR multi-stakeholder projects into focus
Enhance the exchange of CSR best practice across India
Encourage CSR collaboration between business and stakeholders

Why IndiaCSR Best CSR Case Study Award/Contest?

There are some excellent initiatives being undertaken by some of the major companies or industry units. These compare well with those of the best in other parts of the country. While there is need to compliment and reward those who are actively CSR savvy. There is greater need to inculcate confidence in the society that the company does not only care for business but also believes in the exaltation, empowerment and amelioration of the society around it.

Why Case Studies?

Companies need to adopt effective CSR communication strategies and process documentation which directly or indirectly improve better communication across all stakeholders resulting in better branding and recognition.

‘Case study’ derives its origin from the Latin word ‘Casus’ and refers to a natural existing phenomenon since the case itself exists before and after the study is accomplished. Preparing a case study implies studying things as they naturally appear without any artificial changes. Focusing more on researching relations rather than results; qualitative research investigates fewer units, but more intensely. The aim of a case study is to get access to ‘the precise description or reconstruction of a case’ (Flick, 2006).

There are two ways of getting access to the data needed for ones’ studiesprimary and secondary data. Secondary data is data that already exist and is printed in books and articles while primary data is collected through telephone interviews, personal visits focused group discussions or survey examination. In most studies both primary and secondary data are used. This has also been the case for the thesis.

 

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