October Edition of the CSR & COMPETITIVENESS available for the Readers

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We feel very happy to share e-copy of CSR & COMPETITIVENESS October 2013 Edition for your reading and reference. CSR & COMPETITIVENESS is the foremost monthly magazine on CSR & Sustainability in India.

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Here are the Highlights of October 2013 Edition

  • Cover Story: India to develop CSR Index
  • IndiaCSR Awards
  • Editorial by Rusen Kumar
  • Artilce by Dr. Rana Singh & Rusen Kumar : Evolving CSR Model to Enhance Global Competitiveness
  • Cover Story: IICA Signs MoU with BSE to Collaborate on Developing India’s First CSR Index
  • Awards: Wockhardt Foundation Wins CSR
  • Award at Asia CSR Leadership Awards
  • Awards: Financial Inclusion & Payment Systems Award
  • Awards: Social Responsibility I.C.C. Award to Deepak Nitrite
  • Awards: Fullerton India Bags Awards for Rural Development &   Sustainable Leadership
  • News: Religious Contributions by Corporates not CSR Activity: Sachin Pilot
  • News: ‘Companies to Have Freedom to Choose CSR Activities’
  • News: Compulsory CSR Spending to Create 50,000 Job Opportunity
  • News: ICCSR & University of Applied Sciences-Vienna Launches India’s First CSR & Ethical Management Programme
  • News: Canon India on a Positive Trajectory to Support Eye Care, Education and Environment
    News: States Must Not Pocket CSR Funds
    News: From CSR to Shared Value – the New Competitive Advantage for Businesses
  • News: Mandatory CSR may not Create Impact : Michael E. Porter
  • News: K. C. Mahindra Scholarships for Education Abroad
  • News: Dedication, Not Money, Matters During Calamities Says Nita Ambani
  • News: Corporates Should Take CSR Law Positively Says Nita Ambani

Interview: Our Philosophy is Deeply Rooted in the Principles of Sustainability: In an interview with Rusen Kumar, Editor, CSR & COMPETITIVENESS; Alka Talwar, Corporate Head – CSR, Tata Chemicals Limited, shared about various CSR projects, vision of the company and views on various contemporary issues in the area of CSR and allied areas.

  • News: Arundhati Bhattacharya Appointed SBI’s First Woman Chairperson
  • News:More Women Leaders, Means Higher Levels of Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Event: Gender Equity Means Business – Women’s Empowerment Principles Consultation in       Mumbai
  • Focus Company: Hindustan Copper Limited on a Growth Path
  • News: Coal India and Subsidiaries Contribute Rs 87cr for Uttarakhand Relief
  • Article: Responsible Schooling – Doon School Ways by Anil Jaggi
  • Awards: Ford Wins Twin Honours of Highest Blood Donor in Industrial, IT Segments
  • News: Hindustan Zinc Gives Life of Dignity to Bherulal
  • Success Story: Tata Chemicals CSR: 450 Tribal Rural Women Crafting Lives in Gujarat
  • Article: Lesson from International CSR Best Practices in an Indian Context by Natalia Rajewska
  • Article: The Philanthropic Journey of CPSEs – A Paradigm Shift by Rohit Singh
  • Article: Economic and Giving Patterns Close Old Doors for Grassroots NGOs by Santanu Mishra
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