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It’s been five years since India became the first country in the world to mandate Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) spending for eligible companies, generating a lot of local discussions, national debates and global curiosity. Did the companies comply? How did they perform? How were the CSR funds spent and on what? Did the NGO sector […]
Corporate Engagement in Women’s Economic Empowerment As one of the first countries of the world to formalise the role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), India is creating pathways for corporates to actively participate in nation building. Section 135 of the Companies Act, 2013 includes Schedule VII that states ‘promoting gender equality and empowering women’ as […]
Guest Post: Investing CSR in Incubators – A Unique Model of Partnership Authored by P.R. Ganapathy, President ( India), Villgro Innovations Foundation After, USA and China, India has the largest incubator and accelerator ecosystem in the world. But few companies have sufficient information on this ecosystem to be able to invest in it. Samhita, and Villgro, supported by […]
India has been at the forefront of the corporate social responsibility (CSR) paradigm, much before the introduction of Section 135 of Companies Act, 2013, which made CSR a regulatory requirement. As per data filed by companies on the Ministry of Corporate Affairs portal, around 20,000 companies had reported spending on CSR, with total spend amounting […]