Strategic planning and implementation for participatory and sustainable projects
India CSR News Network
DEHRADUN: The introduction of the Companies Act has changed the CSR landscape in India by putting in place-legal provisions that have had a domino effect that includes better informed and sensitized stakeholders, and a development sector that has begun to align itself to accepting CSR funds from corporates.
In the realm of Business Sustainability, SEBI has mandated Business Responsibility Reporting for top 500 listed companies based on their market capitalization. This move is an effort to improve corporate governance practices and transparency in terms of reporting of socially responsible activities carried out by the business houses.
While the transition from legislation to implementation is always challenging and dynamic, the challenge is to ensure the sustainability mentioned previously by inducing community ownership of projects.
On this backdrop and given the impact of the 1stNational Symposium for CSR Practioners, this year too, PHD Chamber is organizing 2ndNational Symposium for CSR Practitioners focusing on the agenda ofstrategic planning and implementation for participatory and sustainable projectson 4-5 July 2016 in IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand.
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