Vision & Objectives

To facilitate the development of a holistic and relevant CSR approach, and provide common strategic directions and plans for companies to achieve greater impact with their CSR initiatives.

Following are the four pillars basis we work:

  • Policy Formulation
  • Inclusive Growth
  • Social Justice
  • Resource Conflicts

The National CSR Hub is envisioned as a think tank. With its work spread across the country, engaging multiple stakeholders, the Hub emphasizes on cultivating an environment for learning and problem solving, by substantially expanding the access to opportunities for the marginalised communities of our society.

  • To aid, advise and handhold companies on making meaningful, impactful, sustainable, people centric investments through CSR programmes and to provide strategic direction to corporations for effective use of CSR funds.
  • To conduct evidence based and participatory research for identifying key issues for CSR interventions.
  • To build capacities of industry personnel, civil society organisations, communities and all other stakeholders related to CSR.
  • To formulate guidelines, standards, tools, systems and frameworks that ensure dovetailing, transparency and accountability of CSR projects.
  • To act as an interface between industry and civil society organisations.

TISS ETHOS

“Since its inception, the Tata Institute of Social Sciences has continually been responding to changes in social realities through development and application of knowledge. Professors, academicians and researchers, commit themselves to investing in fundamental research. The Hub emphasizes on cultivating an environment for learning and problem solving, by substantially expanding the access to opportunities for the marginalized communities of our society.

The thrust of the Hub’s activities is on capacity building, sustainability, empowering communities, developing inclusive socio-economic growth, environment protection, promotion of green and energy efficient technologies, development of backward regions and upliftment of marginalised communities.”

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