Organised by SDMIMD in collaboration with EFMD & Third Sector Research Resource Centre, University of Mysore

India became the first country in the world to make corporate giving protected by law. The so-called the 2% law requires companies to spend 2 % of their profits on social causes.

The obligatory nature of the corporate giving has stirred up manifold debates around the CSR’s core philosophy, its implementation and even spread of resources across projects and geographical areas.

How are the CSR policies shaped under mandatory CSR standards?

What are the expectations of the corporate sector when it comes to partnering with the community-based organisations?

What are the challenges faced by community-based development organisations?

The underlying discussions should not be narrowed down to whether your activity counts as CSR and whether it meets the legal requirements.

Let’s engage in thought-provoking and insightful talks with senior corporate executives with practical exposure to CSR, senior representatives of academia as well as agents from the industry and NGO sector at the CSR Symposium 2019 on 26 February in Mysore, India.

We are delighted to welcome keynote speaker Professor Ulrich Hommel, Director, Business Schools Development EFMD & EFMD GN and esteemed panellists from the world of academia, corporate sector and NGOs.

The registration fee to the symposium participation is waived off and hence is free. Do not miss out on this opportunity and register to the symposium on or before February 20, 2019. Kindly note that there is no provision for spot registration, therefore do so as soon as possible to secure your spot.

Learn more about the symposium on the event’s webpage and browse through the programme schedule.

The Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD), an EFMD accredited business school at Mysore, in collaboration with EFMD & Third Sector Research Resource Centre, University of Mysore are looking forward to seeing you in Mysore on February 26, 2019!