CSR Awards 2015
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Why ‘Make in India’ is Very Much India Inc’s Job By Gautam Adani

Why ‘Make in India’ is Very Much India Inc’s Job By Gautam Adani

By Gautam Adani When asked by British Prime Minister Tony Blair what the secret of Germany’s economic success was, German Chancellor Angela Merkel had famously replied, ‘Mr Blair, we still make things’ Having returned last month from the Hannover Messe, there is little doubt that I will visit this trade fair again. The key manufacturing [...]

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Managing Family Finance When Members Earning Have No Time For Caring

Managing Family Finance When Members Earning Have No Time For Caring

By Brijesh Parnami Managing family finances is an essential part of one’s life.  It is not enough if you are just earning, but it is essential to know how that money that you earn is managed.  Managing your money could mean various things.  These include saving for any specific purpose such as travel, marriage and [...]

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IndiaCSR ‘The CSR Informer’ 

IndiaCSR ‘The CSR Informer’ 

By Rusen Kumar Unique contents and overwhelming response of readers have made your favorite portal IndiaCSR.in No. 1 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) informer in India and it emerged No. 2 globally after CSRwire.com, according to Alexa Rankings, the most trusted web treffic ranking website, promoted by Amazon.com. Through news, views, analyses and interactivity, IndiaCSR has [...]

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CSR, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship

CSR, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship

The corporate sector can play a very important role in understanding the knowledge, skills and competencies’ gap in the nearby areas. By Dr Rana Singh The CSR domain has been witnessing various innovative projects in different areas of education, health and other areas. In modern times the importance of skill development and entrepreneurship is growing [...]

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Importance of Skill based Training By Rohit Aggarwal

Importance of Skill based Training By Rohit Aggarwal

By Rohit Aggarwal You might have been a brilliant student, with stupendous knowledge of the subjects you studied, but will it be sufficient to land you your dream job? It might not be, in the dynamically changing times of today. What do employers look for while recruiting fresh pass-outs in their ranks? They do not just [...]

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Swachh Bharat as Swasth Bharat by Dipankar Gupta

Swachh Bharat as Swasth Bharat by Dipankar Gupta

If Europe looks glamorous now that’s because it became hygienic first By Dipankar Gupta Indications are that in the monsoon session the Environmental Laws (Amendment) Bill will be passed. This will allow authorities to fine on the spot anyone found littering, dumping, defacing and the rest. You can knock yourself out for a stiffer sentence [...]

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Decoding Tax Benefits on Home Loan by Brijesh Parnami

Decoding Tax Benefits on Home Loan by Brijesh Parnami

Home loan can be burdensome as you think the interest outgo squeezes your income. But on the contrary, it actually helps you save more money by providing a breather from taxes, writes Brijesh Parnami, Chief Executive Officer, Destimoney Advisors By Brijesh Parnami Tax outgo skims the hard-earned money you make out of your jobs and [...]

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Careers in CSR By Rusen Kumar

Careers in CSR By Rusen Kumar

By Rusen Kumar CSR is essentially a concept whereby companies decide voluntarily to contribute to a better society and a cleaner environment. Companies consider themselves as an integral part of the society and act in a socially responsible way. Till very recently it was viewed as philanthropic activity indulged into only when the firms were [...]

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Brand Architecture & CSR By Kartikeya Kompella

Brand Architecture & CSR By Kartikeya Kompella

By  Kartikeya Kompella  There’s a lot of enthusiasm about supporting causes these days. Dabur’s ’700 se 7 kadam’ has caught some attention while the evergreen P&G Shiksha campaign reiterates the importance of a cause campaign done well. But good cause campaigns require careful thought. Multi-product / multi brand companies sometimes wonder which product / brand should [...]

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CSR is Celebration For A Cause By Ankita Shreeram

CSR is Celebration For A Cause By Ankita Shreeram

By Ankita Shreeram Imagine spending the company’s annual day celebrations at an orphanage, singing and dancing with kids who are ecstatic at your presence, rather than doing the usual party drill at a hotel! For a long time, CSR was a strictly budgeted and compartmentalized activity with most employees not even aware of what noble causes [...]

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