A Comparative Study of CSR in Selected Indian Public & Private Sector Organisations in Globalisation Period: A Research Finding

Rajesh Ranjan, Pankaj Kumar Tiwary

Abstract


In the era of globalisation the corporate social responsibility is playing vital role not only to provide social services but also to popularise the organisation reputation. It is also a way of advertisement for industrial undertakings not only in India but also everywhere. The study has done to acknowledge the important activities as well as impact of CSR and conducted in ten reputed private and public sector organisations in the country. Different impediments and positive impacts have been analysed and interpreted in the study.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijermt.v6i6.281

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