A year gone by…and what a revelation it is for all of us. During the initial phase of Covid -19, the new normal was a fancy jargon which took no time to become a reality.
The activities which are undertaken primarily under the Group’s Charitable Trust “Rupa Foundation” are wide and varied. Some of the key major initiatives CSR activities which have been carried out by the Rupa Group directly
CSR in India has traditionally been seen as a philanthropic activity. However, with the introduction of Section 135 in the Companies Act 2013, India became the first country to have statutorily mandated CSR for specified companies
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought CSR to the forefront. Corporates, both large and small, headquartered in India or abroad, have risen to the challenge and augmented the government’s efforts by re-orienting their CSR strategies.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought CSR to the forefront. Corporates Inc. have risen to the challenge and augmented the government’s efforts by re-orienting their CSR strategies. During these times, CSR has attained a new level of providing effective aid to various stakeholders in the process of achieving sustainable development.
Sustainability and CSR are the foundational principles of growth, development, and good business, which has been well-encapsulated in Jindal Stainless Limited (JSL) vision statement – “Improving lives through trustworthy and innovative stain-less solutions.”
Corporate Social Responsibility, as the name suggest, is a Responsibility…a Responsibility towards Empowerment, and we at Wagons Learning shoulder this up with utmost ethics, honour and pride, be it for a social or an environmental cause
Women in villages across various parts of our country- some are fortunate to move out & interact with outsiders, to learn and grow. But a large women population remain inhibited; tied down with societal mores, family norms and self conditioned walls; restricting them from various opportunities to earn for their livelihood.
The foundation of this nation is laid on the Sanatan Dharma and social responsibilities are more than a way of life than an ideology for most of us . If you read ancient Hindu sculpture where Daan and Moksha prescribes the Dharma
While many look at CSR as a mandate to comply with regulations, businesses are increasingly waking up to the need of supporting communities in their areas of operation. It is important for corporations to identify what they truly stand for and how they can play a role in contributing to the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
The employees (People) drive a corporation’s objectives and understand the ‘Who’ and ‘What’ of markets that make a product sell or be rejected.
Corporate Social Responsibility is not about cheque book charity, it is about collective responsibility of all the businesses to work collaboratively with all the stakeholders including employees for betterment of the communities