Corporate Social Responsibility in India
Corporate social Responsibility (CSR) has attracted increasingly attention recently. Corporate social Responsibility refer to Corporation voluntary assuming the Responsibility for the in back of All aspect of their business activities on the white society and the environment. The company through its CSR policy tries to help the betterment of society and environment. In this paper we discuss about the present scenario of CSR in India and what are the challenges available in Context of India.
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