The COVID-19 and extended lockdown has changed the way we lead our lives and conduct of business in general. It has infected millions and has been devastating to the economy in many ways. This has also impacted Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities in India and abroad. Resultantly CSR is being seen in different way and its implementation is going to be challenging in this dynamic environment. Nationally and internationally new norms are emerging for CSR activities, implementation, and management in currant scenario. It is very important for businesses to see this as opportunity to develop business activity while conducting CSR as medium to market.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is evolving process, especially in times of Covid-19, is now seen as an ethical and smart way to conduct business, making corporate entities into socially responsible organizations, visibly contributing to the social good. Socially responsible companies do not limit themselves to using their resources to engage in activities that increase only profits. They use CSR to integrate economic, environmental, and social objectives into the company’s operations and growth.
The webinar is designed with panel discussion help the participants to better organize their efforts and do good to themselves and the society at large in post Covid-19 corporate world. Webinar is being jointly organised by IIHMR University and India CSR, World’s leading CSR knowledge media organisation.
Point of Discussion
CSR in post Covid-19 corporate world.
Changing norms of under CSR activities and Company Act, 2013.
Nationally and internationally emerging form of CSR activities, implementation, and management.
New areas, skills and competencies required to undertake effective planning and implementation of the CSR in post Covid-19.
Businesses to see this as opportunity to develop business activity while conducting CSR in post Covid-19 scenario?
Panelist (Speakers) for the Webinar:
Aniisu K Verghese, CSR Expert
Ashok Pavadia (Founder & Director, Council for Research on Policy and Governance)
Pooran Chandra Pande (Former ED, VNGCI)
Dr. Rajiv Singh (CEO, Indian Chamber of Commerce)
Dr. Sandeep Narula (Associate Professor, School of Pharmaceuticals Management, IIHMR University, Jaipur)
Prof Rahul Ghai, Professor, Dean, School of Development Studies, IIHMR University, Jaipur (Moderator)
Those who are interested to join should follow the link