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Empirical Analysis of Corporate Social Responsibility Influencing Not for Profit Organisation: A Case Study of Manipur, India

International Journal of Business Ethics in Developing Economies

Volume 4 Issue 2

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: N. Tejmani Singh, Chinglen Pukhrabam Singh | Author(s) Affiliation: Commerce Department, Manipur University, Imphal, Manipur, India
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In the fast changing business scenario, business ethics and value based education form the foundation of a civilized society. This will find a focus in Training Programme under topics Corporate Social Responsibility in the light of The Companies Act 2013. They need to recognize the need to create organizations where ethical decisions are not undermined but are encouraged and promoted. They turned vibrant and actively functional as local governance modules. To realize the Government of Indias mission and Modis mantra of development Make in India, corporate sectors should spend Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) money which is 2% of net profit currently on Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan. State Government should facilitate field visits by Embassy officials of those countries who issued travel advisories to their nationals against visiting states in the northeast region of India. In response to the demands of this new social system, NGOs begin to wonder what a responsible organization is like, as an exercise of assumption of its responsibilities. For the third sector, the starting point of social responsibility is the coherence between the values and the social proposal being done from their action fields: cooperation for development, social, human aid or environment.

Keywords: Business Ethics, Not for Profit Organisation, Companies Act 2013, Responsible Organisation, Corporate Social Responsibility, Environment

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