Date

March 9, 2016

Location

Eros Hotel, Nehru Place, New Delhi

Remaining

60 Seats Left

Speakers

Policy Makers, IT & NGO Leaders

 

How can CSR meaningfully address the India development agenda?

While the world adopts the Sustainable Development Goals in 2016, (#SDCs) with 17 goals and 169 targets, to eradicate poverty, India has set its own target, aligned to the #GlobalGoals, setting ambitious targets in #DigitalIndia, #SkillsIndia and strong focus on Education, Health, Support  for Girls: Beti Bhachao Beti Padao, Swachh Bharat, #InclusiveIndia, Innovation and #MakeinIndia amongst others.

The Indian Industry took up the opportunity provided by the CSR law 2013 to give back 2% of its profit to social good, finding ways and means to address local and national challenges, and trying to align and follow the national goals and call for action.

However, for CSR to meaningfully contribute to national goals and economic social development in India, companies would be required to build capacities to maximize long term sustainable impact.  Knowledge practices and platforms to inform and support the CSR leader, may go a long way in helping in informed decision-making. 

While the onus of moving the needle is not on the CSR leadership alone, moving from silos to inter-company collaboration space, long-term engagement in priority areas, and stronger institutional support for Not-for-Profit partners and focusing on collective impact are a few steps in the right direction. 

The CSR Leadership Conference, initiated by NASSCOM Foundation in 2015, has been able to create a remarkable degree of relevance for CSR leaders from the IT-BPM (Business Process Management) Industry, practitioners and policy makers.

A 360 degree Engagement

Keynotes . Roundtables . Panel Discussions, Showcases, Fireside Chats . Exhibitions . Book Releases

AGENDA

8:00  – 09:45 AM

Registration

10:00  – 10:45 AM

Inauguration:

Welcome: Dr Ganesh Natarajan, Chairman, NASSCOM Foundation

Chief Guest:  Dr Aruna Sharma, IAS, Secretary Deity

Guest of Honour: Ms Deborah Jacobs, Director, Global Libraries Program, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Closing address: Mr B.V.R Mohan Reddy, Chairman, NASSCOM

10:45  – 11:30 AM

India Development imperatives : Government and Industry panel

11:30  – 12:00 PM

Tea Break

12:00  – 1:00 PM

Skilling the country: Reaching the next million

Can CSR boost inclusive solution for smart cities?

1:00  – 1:45 PM

Lunch

01:45 – 2:30 PM

Call to action for a TB- Free India

Libraries as instruments for inclusion

02:30 – 3:30 PM

Leveraging  Digital India ecosystem for community empowerment

Education for the masses: Addressing systemic challenges in education 

03:30 – 4:30 PM

Achieving scale and impact: role of partnership, collective impact approaches, and technology

NGO Showcase best practices

04:30 – 4:45 PM

Tea

04:45 – 5:30 PM

Transformation of cities communities and countries

05:30 – 6:00 PM

Closing Plenary

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