International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 11, Part D (2018)
Corporate social responsibility: An analytical study of the Indian industries
Shreyes Krishnan and Dr. H Nanjegowda
The Indian Companies Act, 2013 is a landmark initiative of the Government wherein the organisations operating in Indian soil must necessarily cough up two percent of three years average profit (Sec.135). This is the firm determination of the Government to deal with the organizations that were evading from the social responsibility initiatives. Thanks to the Government of India initiative. Further, the modalities of two percent spending with the variables of transparency and accountability is a right measure on the part of the central government to tame the organization and fall in line with the correct channelizing of CSR amount. The CSR data of the sample companies have been mustered to give an insight into the extent to which the sample organisations have delivered the activities under the CSR scanner.
How to cite this article:
Shreyes Krishnan and Dr. H Nanjegowda. Corporate social responsibility: An analytical study of the Indian industries. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(11): 226-229.