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Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
ISSN: 0975-6795(Online), 2321-5828(Print)
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A Study of Corporate Social Responsibilty (Csr) Practices in Select Indian Companies with Special Reference to Educational and Environmental Aspects
Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Delhi Institute of Advanced Studies, New Delhi, India
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) primarily revolves around integration of self-governance into business planning of corporate houses. Not solely will company self- governance permits firms to realize their business goals, abide legal necessities and safeguard the investor’s interest however it also conjointly builds a positive image of the firm within the eyes of the general public. Consequently, it has turned into a matter of vital importance for corporates worldwide to have a sound corporate administration framework set up so as to defend investors alongside reinforcing and settling the capital markets comprehensively. Various social activities consolidate to shape CSR exercises concentrating on financial improvement of the country, and in this manner, adjusting the social qualities to corporate targets and orientating the social values with company objectives. Along these lines, for a nation in creating stage, similar to India, consolidating exercises supporting economic advancement is basic to guarantee the presence of social morals and esteem. The present paper aims to throw the light on abstract understanding of the concept of CSR, understanding difficulties confronting the companies while adopting CSR practices and proposed measures to ease them. Likewise, the paper illuminates the ongoing CSR practices of select Indian organizations with unique accentuation on its academic and ecological perspectives.
Corporate Social Responsibility, Environment, Education, Indian Industries.
Jyoti Tandon. A Study of Corporate Social Responsibilty (Csr) Practices in Select Indian Companies with Special Reference to Educational and Environmental Aspects. Res. J. Humanities and Social Sciences. 2019; 10(4): 1095-1100.
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