Seminar on CSR: Socio-Spiritual Responsibility and Sustainable Growth at Manesar Gurgaon


INDIACSR News Network

NEW DELHI: Spiritual Application Research Centre (SpARC), a service wing of Brahma Kumaris is organising  a seminar, “ Socio-Spiritual Responsibility and Sustainable Growth”  to be held on the 27 April,2013 at  Brahma Kumaris Om Shanti Retreat Center( ORC), Manesar Gurgaon.

“In this seminar Brahma Kumaris show a new dimension to answer various  issues by providing perspective on the importance of CSR in relation to spirituality and how to produce desired results, responsibly and ethically.”, Pradeep Malhotra, a core team member, SpARC informed INDIACSR.

ohm shanti“It is an excellent opportunity for CSR professionals to experience &  discover their  inner strength, explore Spiritual perspective of CSR; how the CSR results can be achieved by applying the deepest spiritual principles while on the field of action, understand  Brahma Kumari’s unique model of CSR, working at the grass root level through its 18 Service Wings.”, He added.

In addition to these they will have the key to face the key challenges of CSR, Sustainability and Responsible business and emergence as mandatory impositions and derive the solutions through a collaborative approach.

CSR torch  bearers, Decision makers in corporate & PSU’s, Corporate Sr. Executives in the field of CSR, Corporate affairs and HRD, Senior Government  officials establishing frameworks for sustainable development and CSR  facilitators from BMO’s will be participating in the seminar.

Readers are requested to directly respond to following for participation:

Pradeep Malhotra


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