Corporate Social Relationship In India

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SYMBIOSIS INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
POST GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF LAW
SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL
PUNE

LL.M. DISSERTATION ON
“CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INDIA:
WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT ”

UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF
DR. BINDU RONALD,
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL, PUNE
AND
PROF. SHIRISH KULKARNI,
FACULTY, SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL, PUNE

SUBMITTED BY
PRANJALI MADNANI
LL.M. (2014-15)
PRN. : 14010143064

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for LL.M. Degree in
Business & Corporate Laws
INDEX

Page No.

1. Acknowledgement 3
2. Certificate 4
3. Certificate
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developing and developed 45
• Role of CSR in rural development and alleviation of rural Problems 46
• How CSR is used to alleviate rural problems in developing countries 47
• Millennium Development Goals for Rural Development 48
• What are the International instruments on CSR 57
• United Nations Global Compact 58
— Principles 58
— Participants 59
— UN Global Compact India 60

CHAPTER V : CSR INITIATIVES BY COMPANIES FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA 62 - 77
• Introduction 62
• Law For Corporate Social Responsibility In India : For
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The term corporate social responsibility is synonymous with corporate citizenship. Corporate social responsibility may also be referred to as "corporate citizenship" and can involve incurring short-term costs that do not provide an immediate financial benefit to the company, but instead promote positive social and environmental change. The initiatives and efforts that a company takes as part of corporate social responsibility are more than what is required by environmentalists. Key CSR issues as per United Nations Industrial Development Organization are environmental management, eco-efficiency, responsible sourcing, stakeholder engagement, labour standards and working conditions, employee and community relations, social equity, gender balance, human rights, good governance, and anti-corruption
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