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With the first full fiscal year of CSR compliance drawing to a close, there is much debate amongst organizations about what actually qualifies as CSR activity. Noshir Dadrawala CEO of CAP and Advisor at Samhita Social Ventures, talks to Mint about what qualifies as CSR (and more importantly) what doesn’t.
Dun & Bradstreet India hosts the Dare to Lead initiative which brings together women entrepreneurs and leaders to empower the next generation of women to aspire to leadership positions. Ms. Priya Naik co-founder of Samhita Social Ventures was invited to speak at the 2015 ‘Dare to Lead’ roundtable on the 10th of March.
Luis Miranda, the founder of IDFC Private Equity & Advisor at Samhita in this blog challenges three basic issues of NGOs such as– the under-spending on overheads, the high cost of submitting proposals and collecting data and the short-term strategies to fix the education challenges in India in an event that focused on CSR in Education organized by Educational Initiatives (EI) and Samhita Social Ventures.
Educational Initiatives, in partnership with Samhita Social Ventures, organized the second National CSR Leadership Conference on ‘Improving Quality of Education – Role of CSR’ on 26th of February 2015 at the MCA Recreation Center in Mumbai.