NASSCOM Foundation workshop on Valuing Volunteering in Delhi on 3 May 2011

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Nasscom FoundationNew Delhi: Volunteerism has played an important role in the development and progress of communities all around the globe. MyKartavya, an initiative by NASSCOM Foundation, not only connects one to a wide spectrum of volunteering opportunities, but also helps manage and evaluate efforts! The need of any organisation today is planned and systematic strategic volunteering.

As a CSR/HR Manager, with a huge pool of talent that’s available to you, you know that with the help of volunteering you could be that catalyst of change. But you do not know where to start from. So to assist you and your organisation to kick start your volunteering efforts, MyKartavya, in collaboration with VSO India, brings you a one day workshop on VALUING VOLUNTEERING on May 03, 2011 at WNS Delhi.

It will cover concepts and importance of active citizenship and volunteering, cost/benefits and frameworks for volunteer management system. Limited seats available, attending the workshop will not give right direction but also huge impetus to the volunteering efforts of the attendees. For further details and registration, please visit http://goo.gl/OS0mW You can also contact Ms Komal at myk@nasscomfoundation.org

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