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CSR Donors for Indian NGOs + A Guide on How to Mobilize Funds through them

It’s no longer enough for businesses to simply buy and sell their products and services to their customers. Nowadays, corporates voluntarily involve in initiatives to improve the living standards of the local and global communities through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). CSR is a crucial component of a company’s competitiveness that encourages a positive impact through …

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Top Five CSR Donors for NGOs

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR, also called corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, social performance, or sustainable responsible business/ Responsible Business) refers to companies taking responsibility for their impact on society. Over the past decade CSR has grown to become a significant player in the philanthropy market. Companies big and small from around the world are increasingly devoting …

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Corporate Social Responsibility- A Business Opportunity, Not Compliance

Companies, nowadays, have begun taking their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) more genuinely as it turns into a fundamental piece of their business activities and sustainable methodology. CSR is looked as an opportunity for goodwill and sustainability rather than legal compliance; it is an instrument of innovation and opportunity to explore new markets along with creating customer …

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Enhance your employability by enrolling in the Skill India programme

The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship of India (MSDE) launched the National Policy on SkillDevelopment (NPSD) 2009 which covers several programmes that aim to offer skill development courses to the youth of India. In 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi revised these programmes instead of the skill development policy and launched a new programme called …

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Skills Education in India : Improving Access

Skills based education is marred by multiple access barriers like limited infrastructure facilities, quality of training, rigid entry requirements, lack of financial support, and negative perceptions. These shortcomings exist more for the disadvantaged, especially women and rural communities. Developing our human resources reservoir that not only feeds to the domestic market but also the global …

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