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CSR-The New Law Education Series III : CSR Rules as per the Companies Act 2013
 

Indian Parliament has passed the historic Companies Bill, 2013. The Companies Bill makes it mandatory for the group of corporates to initiate CSR effectively. Therefore, it is necessary to unfold the crucial elements mentioned in the Bill and disseminate it with the members for their better understanding and adoption.


In this scenario, CII is organizing a series of online educative sessions on CSR, on 22 October 2013, 29th October 2013 and 6th November 2013 from 11:00Hrs to 13:00Hrs to educate the industries on Section 135 of the Bill. These interactive sessions will aim to create better interpretation and understanding on implementation and requirements of Corporate Social Responsibility
. It is an online interactive session with the expert in the field of CSR.

 

Given below is the schedule for the Webinars: (Timings for all sessions: 11:00Hrs to 13:00Hrs)

 

I. Socially responsible investment - an overview : 22 October 2013 (Tuesday)

o   Corporate social responsibility in nation building – participation of industries

o   CSR – Indian context – Indian Companies

o   Strategic CSR and Broad frame work of CSR as practised

o   Existing regulations in India – SEBI, RBI, Public Companies and CSR index of BSE

o   Overview of Section 135

o   Essentials to be noted in Section 135

 

II. Section 135 of Companies law  – essentials: 29 October 2013 (Tuesday)

o   Section 135 – background and overview

o   Company structure and CSR spend

o   Role of the Board - Governance

o   Calculation of average net profit

o   Schedule VII- activities listed

o   National and international best  practises, guidelines in line with section 135 of the companies Bill 2012

 

III. Executing CSR in compliance with Section 135 : 06 November 2013 (Wednesday)

  • Review of previous session
  • Mapping of social issues, stakeholders and working out strategies in line with the law
  • CSR Policy development
  • Partners implementation projects vs Charity social searchers /achieving
  • Reporting
  • Non Compliance
  • Checklist for brining CSR to life

 

To register for these Online Master classes please Click Here

 

Key Takeaways:

The sessions will focus the necessary elements of CSR and help corporates understand, adopt, implement and measure their programs.

 

Faculties:

 

Priya Naik

Priya Naik is a social entrepreneur and worked as a Researcher at the Poverty Action Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA. Priya has a Masters in Economics from Yale University, USA, a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA and a Masters in Commerce from Mumbai University where she stood first in the entire graduating class. She also holds a certificate in Executive Education from the Harvard Business School.

Priya has worked as a consultant with the International Finance Corporation in Africa. She started her career in Accounting at Arthur Andersen in Mumbai. Her career is an interesting fusion of on- the-ground grassroots solutions through enterprise and strategic consulting experience with established companies, a perfect combination for understanding and implementing CSR projects across the board.

 

Krishnan Neelakandan

Krishnan has a B.Tech degree from IIT, Bombay and made a career switch to the social development sector in 2012, after 17 years in financial markets. He started his career in equity markets with ICICI Securities, but the bulk of his experience was with CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets, the top-rated house for foreign institutional investors (FIIs) investing in India. He built up extensive expertise on all key sectors as he evolved from being an investment analyst for the metals, engineering and power sectors to becoming equity market strategist and then Head of India Research for almost five years from 2007.

 

Who Should Attend?

Ø  CEO / COOs / Directors

Ø  Consultants

Ø  Project Managers

Ø  Functional Managers and Team Members

Ø  CSR Heads and Team Members

Ø  Individuals new to Project Management

 

Ø  NGOs and CBOs

 
Description

Indian Parliament has passed the historic Companies Bill, 2013. The Companies Bill makes it mandatory for the group of corporates to initiate CSR effectively. Therefore, it is necessary to unfold the crucial elements mentioned in the Bill and disseminate it with the members for their better understanding and adoption.


In this scenario, CII is organizing a series of online educative sessions on CSR, on 22 October 2013, 29th October 2013 and 6th November 2013 from 11:00Hrs to 13:00Hrs to educate the industries on Section 135 of the Bill. These interactive sessions will aim to create better interpretation and understanding on implementation and requirements of Corporate Social Responsibility
. It is an online interactive session with the expert in the field of CSR.

 

Given below is the schedule for the Webinars: (Timings for all sessions: 11:00Hrs to 13:00Hrs)

 

I. Socially responsible investment - an overview : 22 October 2013 (Tuesday)

o   Corporate social responsibility in nation building – participation of industries

o   CSR – Indian context – Indian Companies

o   Strategic CSR and Broad frame work of CSR as practised

o   Existing regulations in India – SEBI, RBI, Public Companies and CSR index of BSE

o   Overview of Section 135

o   Essentials to be noted in Section 135

 

II. Section 135 of Companies law  – essentials: 29 October 2013 (Tuesday)

o   Section 135 – background and overview

o   Company structure and CSR spend

o   Role of the Board - Governance

o   Calculation of average net profit

o   Schedule VII- activities listed

o   National and international best  practises, guidelines in line with section 135 of the companies Bill 2012

 

III. Executing CSR in compliance with Section 135 : 06 November 2013 (Wednesday)

  • Review of previous session
  • Mapping of social issues, stakeholders and working out strategies in line with the law
  • CSR Policy development
  • Partners implementation projects vs Charity social searchers /achieving
  • Reporting
  • Non Compliance
  • Checklist for brining CSR to life

 

To register for these Online Master classes please Click Here

 

Key Takeaways:

The sessions will focus the necessary elements of CSR and help corporates understand, adopt, implement and measure their programs.

 

Faculties:

 

Priya Naik

Priya Naik is a social entrepreneur and worked as a Researcher at the Poverty Action Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA. Priya has a Masters in Economics from Yale University, USA, a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA and a Masters in Commerce from Mumbai University where she stood first in the entire graduating class. She also holds a certificate in Executive Education from the Harvard Business School.

Priya has worked as a consultant with the International Finance Corporation in Africa. She started her career in Accounting at Arthur Andersen in Mumbai. Her career is an interesting fusion of on- the-ground grassroots solutions through enterprise and strategic consulting experience with established companies, a perfect combination for understanding and implementing CSR projects across the board.

 

Krishnan Neelakandan

Krishnan has a B.Tech degree from IIT, Bombay and made a career switch to the social development sector in 2012, after 17 years in financial markets. He started his career in equity markets with ICICI Securities, but the bulk of his experience was with CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets, the top-rated house for foreign institutional investors (FIIs) investing in India. He built up extensive expertise on all key sectors as he evolved from being an investment analyst for the metals, engineering and power sectors to becoming equity market strategist and then Head of India Research for almost five years from 2007.

 

Who Should Attend?

Ø  CEO / COOs / Directors

Ø  Consultants

Ø  Project Managers

Ø  Functional Managers and Team Members

Ø  CSR Heads and Team Members

Ø  Individuals new to Project Management

 

Ø  NGOs and CBOs

Knowledge Resources
You will get access to following Knowledge Resources by subscribing to the Digital Library of this event.
 
 
Charges to access Event
 
Participant TypeAmount (in Rs)
Member
1000
NonMember
1000