CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a key component of inclusive and responsible businesses. With CSR reporting and addressing being mandatory following the amendment of the Companies Act in 2013, it is highly desirable for all stakeholders to deliberate and analyse the CSR policy in the context of formulation, execution and monitoring-responsible business actions.
Centre of Science and Environment is conducting a three day training programme which is designed based on the provisions of the Act and Rules. The training aims at giving practical exposure to participants on CSR with specific reference to the regulatory framework, formulating CSR policy-need base assessment, stakeholder engagement, methodologies for implementation, performance evaluation and statutory reporting.
The objective of the programme is to build a cadre of CSR leaders and professionals who would assist effective development and implementation of CSR activities of organisations for the benefit of communities as well as business.
What participants would learn?
1. Regulatory Framework for CSR
• Companies Act 2013 and CSR Rules 2014
• International guideline and best practices
2. Developing CSR Policy
• SWOT Analysis and Identification of Major Risks & Opportunities
• Developing Strategy and CSR Policy
3. Stakeholder Engagement
• Identification of Stakeholder
• Engagement-Social Need Assessment
• Prioritisation of Key Issues
4. CSR Planning and Implementation
• Participatory Planning
• Implementation (Social and Gender Inclusion)
5. Monitoring, Measurement and Evaluation
6. Grievances Redressal (Processes and Practices)
7. Guidelines for CSR Reporting
Training Methodology- Lectures, case studies, class room exercises, discussions and