An initiative for
Corporate Social Responsibility of
Jagan Institute of Management Studies Rohini Sector- 5, DELHI -110085
ABHYUTHHAN is a “corporate social responsibility” club of Jagan Institute of Management Studies Sector-5, Rohini, Delhi-110085,corporate social responsibility (CSR), also known as corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, responsible business, sustainable responsible business (SRB), or corporate social performance is a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. Ideally, CSR policy would function as a built-in, self-regulating mechanism whereby business would monitor and ensure its support to law, ethical standards, and international norms. Consequently, business would embrace responsibility for the impact of its activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere.
Corporate social responsibility which is also known today as a Global Social Responsibility is the need of the hour for budding managers.
It is essential to know your responsibility towards the society, being a budding corporate.
Jagan Institute of Management Studies,Sector-5, Rohini, Delhi-110085 acknowledges the talent of its students, their ambitions and thus, this club has been formed.
It’s an emergence to produce competitive managers with the required skill-set for today’s competitive era.
ABHYUTHHAN provides you the required platform to work for a cause.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
…need of the hour…
Deliver to society, to history…….so that...it’s remembered”
Come and get with it…
Corporate social responsibility (CSR), also known as corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, is a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business mode. Essentially, CSR is the deliberate inclusion of public interest into corporate decision-making, and the honoring of a triple bottom line: people, planet, profit.
The term "CSR" came in to common use in the early 1970s, after many multinational corporations formed, although it was seldom abbreviated. Ideally, CSR policy would function as a built-in, self-regulating mechanism whereby business would monitor and ensure its support to law, ethical standards, and international norms. Consequently, business would embrace responsibility for the impact of its activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere. ISO 26000 is the recognized international standard for CSR (currently a Draft International Standard).
CSR is not new to India, companies like TATA and BIRLA have been imbibing the case for social good in their operations for decades long before CSR become a popular cause. In spite of having such life size successful examples, CSR in India is in a very nascent stage. It is still one of the least understood initiatives in the Indian development sector. It is followed by a handful of public companies as dictated by the very basis of their existence, and by a few private companies, with international shareholding as this is the practice followed by them in their respective foreign country. Thus the situation is far from perfect as the emphasis is not on social good but rather on a policy that needs to be implemented.
A lack of understanding, inadequately trained personnel, non availability of authentic data and specific information on the kinds of CSR activities, coverage, policy etc. further ads to the reach and effectiveness of CSR programmes.
But the situation is changing. And CSR is coming out of the purview of ‘doing social good’ and is fast becoming a ‘business necessity’. The ‘business case’ for CSR is gaining ground and corporate houses are realizing that ‘what is good for workers - their community, health, and environment is also good for the businesses
Words from convener of “ABHYUTHHAN”
I’m glad to announce the formation of ABHYUTHHAN -corporate social responsibility club of Jagan Institute of Management Studies, Sector-5 Rohini, Delhi 110085.It is essential to know your responsibility towards the society, being a budding corporate. It’s an emergence to produce competitive managers with the required skill-set for today’s competitive era. Therefore, this club has been formed. This is surely for your benefit.
JIMS, acknowledges the talent of its students, their ambitions and thus, this club has been formed. I advise you all to show your zeal and enthusiasm towards this significant cause, and work for it.
ABHYUTHHAN will surely provide you an apt environment for learning. It’s a platform been provided to u to work, to develop, to create a society which is free from every kind of evils and taboos. Wishing you good luck, for your academic and professional growth.
Hoping that, you will surely show your zeal and enthusiasm.
Dr. Madan Mohan
JIMS, Sector 5, Rohini, Delhi-110085
Words from student coordinator of “ABHYUTHHAN”
In today’s competitive era of corporate world one has to be a person of all the skills.
Everyone wants to be competitive today, and it’s a very awesome attitude for a budding manager, like us. The industrial demands are changing day by day and it’s an emergence to keep ourselves updated so that we deliver our best. There’s an urgent need of a corporate being innovative, disciplined and sincere towards his work.
ABHYUTHHAN provides you a stage through which you can deliver to this society. It’s a necessity, what you gain from society, return back a part of it.
ABHYUTHHAN is a golden opportunity for all of us. Do your bit. Every bit of effort done will surely count.
Nishant Bhaskar Mishra
PGDM 1st (2010-12 batch)
JIMS, Sector 5, Rohini, Delhi-110085
Student’s coordinator “ABHYUTHHAN”
Structure of “ABHYUTHHAN”
Chief Petron: Prof.R.P. Maheshwari
Convener: Dr. Madan Mohan
Coordinator: Dr.Navneet Joshi
Coordinator: Nishant Bhaskar Mishra
Member of “ABHYUTHHAM”
It comprises of a group of 10 students.
- 5 students from PGDM 1st year
- 5 students from PGDM 2nd year
Artifex Manus (The Creative Cell):
It is a 10 member cell which will be responsible for designing, printing, publishing, and advertising of the various events of ABHYUTHHAN.
Opus Compello (The Work Force)
It is a 20 member cell which will be responsible for the execution of the plans made. This includes all sorts of event management and activities which come under ABHYUTHHAN.
Objective of “ABHYUTHHAN”
To provide you a platform, from where you can make a transition of your thoughts to reality. Deliver to this world, to this society, to the history it is remembered. To make our society aware of evils and transform it towards betterment. To provide you with necessary skill-set for facing the corporate sector…to let you climb the upcoming stairs of success.
Mission of “ABHYUTHHAN”
Make your every bit of effort for up-liftment of society.
“Be more than ….what you are…….
Get with it……
Your moment is waiting for you……
Do better for the society”
Deliver to society, to history…….so that.