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Ways and methods of social skill development – Capacity building – Effective resource utilization

Stakeholders engagement  - Social entrepreneurship - Preservation – Mobilization 

Statutory compliance - International benchmarks.

ISSRC provides services and solutions based on ground realities and challenges faced during social responsibility practices through constant and continuous engagement and supervision of experienced  experts dealing with socio-economic issues; we have dedicated professional team, responsible to give back to society, according to policy, strategies, need and budget of the company.






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  • Make CSR part of Business & profit.
  • Meeting Stake holder’s expectations & Brand image.
  • Efficient Regulatory compliances.
  • Methods of Cost effectiveness.
  • Evaluation of strategy adhere with company CSR policy.
  • Advice area specific initiatives for inclusive growth.
  • Management of environment with community engagement.
  • Use of CSR a tool of mitigate business Risk.
  • Social accounting, auditing, and reporting.
  • Effective alliance & partnership.


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  • SWOT Analysis. 
  • Need & Gap Analysis


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  • Socio Economic Survey.
  • Social Impact Assessment.
  • Social Impact Management.


  • Strategic Planning for tangible CSR initiatives.
  • Well designed Structured Framework.
  • Rehabilitation & Resettlement Plan.
  • Innovation for socio-economic development.
  • Tool for concurrent evaluation of CSR initiatives.
  • SOP & MIS of CSR programs for transparency.


  • Communication & interaction with community & other key stakeholders.
  • Training & capacity building of existing workforce.
  • Innovation of initiatives on available resources.
  • Public Private Partnership.
  • Bridging the gap of Govt.’s social & economic development programs.


  • Land Acquisition
  • Resettlement and Rehabilitation
  • Public Hearing



  • Advocacy & Awareness.
  • Community, Employee & other stakeholder’s involvement.
  • Harnessing local resources.
  • Cost saving steps & measures.
  • Formulation of CSR programs to contribute.
  • Formulation of CSR programs to –
    • Contribute to eradicate poverty
    • Promote education
    • Gender equality
    • Women empowerment
    • Reduce child mortality
    • Improve maternal health
    • Environmental sustainability
    • Combating human life threatening diseases
    • Employment oriented skills enhancement
    • Socio economic development projects
    • Welfare programs for marginalized & vulnerable communities
    • Participation in Natural calamity & disaster relief.


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CSR Essentials
Capacity enhancement of CSR personnel's. Understanding between company & community, cohesion & partnership with key stakeholder, program identification, implementation, monitoring mechanism, cost effectiveness, control over partnering agencies & outreach programs.

  • Understanding CSR concept, policy and governance.
  • Strategic planning, budgeting, framework design, project identification, formulation, implementation methodology, reporting and communication planning.
  • Alignment of activity, programs and projects with schedule VII and section 135 of The Companies Act 2013.
  • Compliance procedure of The Companies Act 2013.
  • International benchmarking, certification & guidelines i.e. U N Global Compact, GRI, ISO 26000, MDG etc.


CSR Advanced
Empowering the knowledge of CSR workforce & concerned Sr. management. Giving back to society. Be active partner for inclusive growth. Cost saving by prudent use of resources, establish brand image with customer, community, investor & regulator. Inclusion of locals in supply chain, leadership in industry and gaining cutting edge over competitors. Earn cooperation of community for business expansion. Contribute to Nation building. A strong global brand, capital, manpower, technical knowhow to be shared with society, innovation & scaling of rural production & productivity, desire to improve quality of life of the society where it operates, democratic bottom line of CSR programs.

  • Understanding CSR concept, policy and governance. CSR in Indian context, dimensions, importance, need and benefits. Prudent use of investment in CSR that gives return on investment in the form of social development.
  • Strategic planning, budgeting, framework design, project identification, formulation, implementation methodology, reporting & communication planning.
  • Alignment of programs with schedule VII and section 135 of The Companies Act 2013,and its compliance & reporting, matching your CSR with business.
  • Compliance procedure of The Companies Act 2013, International benchmarking, certification & guide lines i.e. U N Global Compact, GRI, ISO 26000, MDG etc.
  • Stakeholder theory & engagement, Embedding CSR in corporate culture.
  • Integration of programs with other development agencies, NGO, CBO’s, social entrepreneurship.
  • Knowledge about society, Social issues relevant to your business, their impact on business & mitigation planning.

Call of the Time

Today social & environmental issues are equally important along with technical & financial issues. CSR is not going to solve world’s problems but companies can benefit themselves by benefiting society. Inclusion of CSR in “The Companies Act, 2013” is an opportunity to the corporate to establish their leadership in the field of societal growth, a chance to give back to society, a means for better future for next generation & ultimately opens one more instrument of building stronger Nation.


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