Online Certificate Course On Corporate Social Responsibility (Last Date Of Registration: 30th October2020)

Must Read

Call For Papers: Law & Political Review (Annual Journal), Google Scholar Indexed, Submission Open

This post is a Call For Papers post for Law & Political Review which is an Annual Journal by...

5C 1st National Online Quiz Competition, 7th & 8th November

We bring to you our first National Online Quiz Competition- 5C It would be an open ended quiz which will...

Open Webinar on ‘The Principles And Practices of Pleading And Drafting’ on 31st October 2020 at 5:30 pm

About the Organizers: “BHARAT SWABHIMAN LEGAL CELL” which was established in 2012 is the Legal Wing of Bharat Swabhiman Trust....

Pre Invite: TNDALU, School of Excellence in Law’s 14th Pro Bono Enviro National Moot Court Competition (22nd-24th January 2021)

About the college and event School of Excellence in law takes immense pleasure in announcing the 14th Edition of the Pro...

VSLLS’ Research Paper Writing Competition on Impact of COVID-19 on Law, Policy and Governance: Register by Nov 25

About the Institution Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS) is founded on Swami Vivekananda’s philosophy of ‘Man Making, Character Building...

RMLNLU’s Alternative Debate 2020 [Oct 31-Nov 1]: Registrations Open

About the Organisation The Debate and Discussion Committee is a task oriented student body, established in 2008 in Dr. Ram...

Follow us

Course duration :  One Month

Course starting date : 31st October 2020.

Course fee: 1500 INR

A properly implemented CSR concept can bring along a variety of competitive advantages, such as enhanced access to capital and markets, increased sales and profits, operational cost savings, improved productivity and quality, efficient human resource base, improved brand image and reputation, enhanced customer loyalty, better decision making and risk management processes.

This course will prove extremely helpful for Students & Professionals from Legal & Managerial Backgrounds. The purpose of this Certificate Course is to provide the learner an experience-based, integrative exposure to this emerging and dynamic field of business practice. The purpose of this Certificate Course is to provide students, Lawyers, NGOs, International Organizations and Governments who are currently involved in CSR, or would like to get involved in CSR, an experience-based, integrative exposure to this emerging and dynamic field of business practice.

Objectives of Course:

  • To discuss the role of corporate social responsibility as an essential feature of corporate policy.
  • To underscore the vital role of CSR in India.
  • To delve into the inter-relationship between the Government and corporate bodies in the particular context of education in India.
  • To discuss in detail the Companies Act, 2013 which mandates corporate social responsibility for companies with a prescribed turnover or net profit as provided in the Act.

 Course Reviewers Details:

  • Andreia Dobrescu, Assistant teacher Romanian-American University,School of Law
  • Ali Khaled Ali Qtaishat, Assistant Professor, Legal Consultant , District Manager, World Mediation Center
  • EnasQutieshat, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Law Philadelphia University Amman, Jordan
  • MetodiHadji-Janev, Assistant Professor, International Law Goce Delcev University, Republic of Macedonia

Course Structure

  1. Understanding basics of Corporate Social Responsibility
  2. Historical Evolution of the Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility
  3. Corporate Social Responsibility In 20th Century
  4. Push Factor to Engage In CSR Activities: Ethical Consideration, Employee Motivation, Risk Management or Risk Reduction, Reduction in Operating Cost Leading to Higher Productivity and Quality, Reduced Regulatory Oversight, Consumer Demand.
  5. Core Focus Areas of Corporate Social Responsibility Activities : Health Care, Environment Protection, Labour Welfare, Anti-Corruption, Rural Empowerment, Women Empowerment, Education
  6. International Policies and guidelines relating To Corporate Social Responsibility.
  7. Indian Guidelines, Principles and Norms related to Corporate Social Responsibility.
  8. Companies Act and Corporate Social Responsibility

Eligibility Criteria

The course aims to address the needs of professionals in private companies, Students (U.G and P.G), Lawyers, NGOs, International Organizations and Governments.

Eligibility Criteria: Appearing Graduates/Graduates/ Post Graduates in any field/Corporates/NGO Professionals/ Government Employees

Selection procedure: Admissions open and will be on first come first serve basis 40 seats only .

All rights regarding change in dates, fees , number of seats , fee waiver , scholarship etc. lies with  knowledge steez eduhub LLP.

Mode of Payment:

Paytm: 7782044252 (Kindly mention your name in the reason for payment column.

Bank Account Details

Account holder name: Knowledge steezEduHub LLP

Account number: 001463300001712

Type of Account: current account

Bank name: Yes Bank Ltd

Branch address: PLOT NUMBER 38 BLOCK H 1 A SECTOR 63, Noida

IFSC Code : YESB0000014

Registration Procedure:

Registration Fee: Rs. 1500/-

After making payment of the registration fee, kindly send the screenshot of the payment along with your details ( name, institute name, designation, phone number and email ID) to [email protected]

Last Date for Registration: 30th October 2020

 

Libertatem.in is now on Telegram. Follow us for regular legal updates and judgements from the court. Follow us on Google News, InstagramLinkedInFacebook & Twitter. You can also subscribe for our Weekly Email Updates. Libertatem Group does not take any responsibility for the accuracy of this Event Notification. The post has been shared as we received it from the event organizers/host.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest News

Bombay High Court Passes Order To Clarify and Modify Previous Order When State of Maharashtra Moved Praecipe

Division Bench of Bombay High Court consisting of Justice S. V. Gangapurwala and Justice Shrikant D. Kulkarni had passed an Order on 25th October...

The European Court of Human Rights Orders Germany To Pay Non-Pecuniary Damages for Prison Strip-Searches 

A serving German prisoner was repeatedly stripped searched for non-legitimate purposes. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) found that Germany had violated the...

Lack of Independent Witness Doesn’t Vitiate Conviction: Supreme Court

A three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court in Rajesh Dhiman v State of Himachal Pradesh clarified the law in case of lack of independent...

Madras High Court Observes Unexplained Delay in Procedural Safeguards, Quashes Detention Through Writ Petition

A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 to issue a writ of Habeas Corpus. The petitioner P. Lakshmi, called for records of the...

UK Court of Appeal Rules Home Department’s Deportation Policy of Immigrants Unlawful

Britain’s Court of Appeal quashed the Home Department’s deportation policy, declaring it unlawful; criticizing it for being too stringent on immigrants to comply with. Background The...

Supreme Court Stays Order Restraining Physical Campaigns in the Madhya Pradesh Bye-Elections

On the 26th of October, a Bench was set up which comprised Justice AM Khanwilkar, Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, and Justice Sanjiv Khanna. They heard...

Inordinate and Unexplained Delay in Considering Representation by Government Renders Detention Order Illegal: Madras High Court

A Petition under Article 226 of the Constitution was filed in the Madras High Court to declare the detention order of the husband of...

Supreme Court Asks Petitioner to Approach Bombay High Court in PIL for CBI Probe in Disha Salian Case

On the 26th of October 2020, the Apex Court heard the PIL praying for a CBI probe into the death of Disha Salian. The...

Privy Council Clarifies Approach To Winding up in “Deadlock” Cases in the Case of Chu v. Lau

The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council clarified several aspects of the law concerning just and equitable winding-up petitions, as well as shareholder disputes...

Madras High Court Directs Hospital To Submit Necessary Medical Reports to Authorization Committee for Approval of Kidney Transplant

A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 to issue a Writ of Mandamus to K.G. Hospital, Coimbatore by P. Sankar & V. Sobana....

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -