CSR Master Class Workshops equip NGOs in understanding the CSR landscape in India. The workshops will be held across many cities in India. The training objectives of the workshops include helping NGOs/Institutes/Agencies to build their capacities for CSR partnership with businesses, to carry out self- assessment for NGOs’/Institutes’/Agencies’ funding resources and help them to identify their core strengths to create shared value for sustainability and to create an enabling environment for strategic CSR and social innovation.
The CSR Master Class Workshop can be attended by Senior management of NGOs /Educational Institute/University/Social Enterprises– CEO/COO/CFO, Resource Mobilization Officers, Fundraising Team, Project Managers, Finance Managers, Program Coordinators.The Learning Investment is Rs. 3000/- per delegate. The fee includes Morning Break Fast, Lunch, Evening Tea, E-Study Materials and Certificate of Participation. There will be discounts for groups and women. Women Participant will get 20 % discount. Also,the maximum seats for each workshop is 30.
Online Registration : Click the following link to register http://www.ncdindia.org
CSR Master Class Workshops from Navjivan Center for Development
As we enter the third quarter of the 5th financial year since the applicability of mandatory corporate social responsibility (CSR) provisions, we see an array of business to government (B2G) and government to business (G2B) collaborations taking shape in the areas of education, healthcare, rural development and road safety awareness, skill development and all most collaboration is continue in all the social domain for the better impacts in India.
The real intent behind bringing in CSR regulations in India and getting businesses involved in solving development challenges is to leverage the corporate innovations and management skills. As coined in one of the Committees’ report (constituted by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, GoI) “CSR should not be interpreted as a source for financing the resources gaps in government schemes. Use of corporate innovations and management skills in the delivery of ‘public goods’ is at the core of CSR implementation by companies”.
With INR 11000-14000 Cr. annual inflow of fund for development interventions through CSR, India has definitely taken a lead in pushing the idea of corporate philanthropy in the board-rooms and engaging the top-management of companies in ‘dialogue for development’. With the beginning of 5th year of implementation of CSR we see a new level of discussions among businesses, government agencies, NGO leaders and impact investors. The whole notion of CSR as ‘easy-money’ is fading away and the sense of accountability for each rupee going towards development is gaining the roots.
With the prescribed CSR spend of companies, that have to comply with the CSR rules, totalling over INR 50,000 Cr. for the first five years of the compliance, the future of corporate philanthropy in India is going to be defined by how good we have used the fund in past four years and how we plan to use it in future for solving the challenges that our present and future generations are going to face.
There indeed was a time when development and corporate sector functioned in a mutually exclusive fashion. In fact, many a time, they found – and continue to find – each other as an adversary. The changing milieu, however, is encouraging them to come to the same table. The business regulations in India have already created a platform for NGOs to play a part by recommending the implementation of CSR projects through NGOs and development sector agencies.
In this context, it is essential that NGOs understand the CSR landscape in India. The contours of what can be called a new age relationship need to shaped and carved. A partnership that is based on factors as diverse as historical record, thematic priorities, geographic preferences, resource utilization, management information system, financial management and convergence of economic benefits with social returns in the long run, requires deep understanding of either party’s vision and values.
The training objectives.
- Help NGOs/Institute/Agency to build their capacities for CSR partnership with businesses.
- Help NGOs/Institute/Agency to carry out self- assessment for their funding resources and help them to identify their core strengths to create shared value for sustainability.
- Create an enabling environment for strategic CSR and social innovation.
Who should attend?
Senior management of NGOs /Educational Institute/University/Social Enterprises– CEO/COO/CFO, Resource Mobilization Officers, Fundraising Team, Project Managers, Finance Managers, Program Coordinators.
Learning Investment: Rs. 3000/- per delegate (Fees Includes Morning Break Fast, Lunch, Evening Tea, E-Study Materials and Certificate of Participation), Group Discount Available. Women Participant will get 20 % discount.
For Registration Support: Training Advisor M/s Neha 95105 26835
For Brief understanding: Prof. Sanjay Vanani M: 94280 55135
Maximum Seat: 30 (Each Workshop)