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New rules governing Corporate Social Responsibility [‘CSR’] in India have been introduced by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs through the Companies Bill 2012. As a consequence, there will be many corporations across the country that will be looking to invest their CSR funds in effective schemes or create their own schemes.
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While we still await more detailed rules and instructions on the implementation of the new Corporate Social Responsibility code as laid out in the Companies Bill, 2012, listed below is a short summary of the guidelines issues by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs of India in December 2009.
The Government of India released guidelines to assist companies in India to understand the new voluntary Corporate Social Responsibility Code. As per these guidelines, the core elements that one must consider while establishing such a CSR policy are as follows:
An interesting line to suggest how Companies in India should read the new Companies Bill, 2012 rules on CSR spending. Customers should be aware of what Companies are doing and could potentially use this to select which manufacturer to buy from or service provider to engage. This will drive Companies to make the most of their spending.
Here’s what was said: Corporate Social Responsibility would really become meaningful only “when the customer evaluates the product based on the producer’s track record of social sensitivity, corporate social responsibility.” – R. Shankar, Executive Director of Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd Continue reading
I stumbled upon this article on the internet. While the article talks about Inequity, Initiative and Inclusive growth in the Philippines, I think it has an really interesting anecdote that might explain some of the pitfalls of a socialist system. Some effects of this system [as explained in the anecdote] can be seen in India already. Continue reading
In the last article, we saw how non-governmental organisations (“NGOs”) can be registered as “Societies” in India. In this article, we shall focus on using a “Trust” to establish an NGO in India.
Prerequisites to form a Trust: In order to form a Trust: Continue reading
On the 18th of December 2012, the Indian Legislature passed the Companies Bill 2012 and with this most would hope for significant positive changes in the operating and regulatory environment for Companies and Entrepreneurs working in India. The 35 year old Union Minister of State for Corporate Affairs, Sachin Pilot, has said that the aim of the legislation was to make India a safe and attractive destination for investment and to do away with ‘inspector raj’ on companies
One of the key changes in the new bill is Continue reading