CSR, ESG & Charitable Institutions
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CSR, ESG & Charitable Institutions

CSR, ESG & Charitable Institutions

Author : Dr K S Ravichandran

ISBN : INK8119403851

EDITION : 2nd

NO. OF VOLUMES : 1

BINDING : Hardcover

COPYRIGHT YEAR : 2024

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Walking towards the second quarter of the 21st Century, this new edition of CSR, ESG and Charitable Institutions aligns with the theme of the decade. Like artificial intelligence, today global warming and climate change has also become a reality. Nature’s repulsion via many recent disasters has made mankind think and act towards its protection. Social upliftment of the economically deprived sections of the society through CSR Activities may lead to greater realisation of the need to be environmentally conscious. NGOs, commonly called trusts and societies and section 8 companies, have a great role to play to bring about the transformation With a new chapter scheme, the book is divided into a three-in-one format that caters to three themes – (i) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), (ii) Environmental Social Governance (ESG), and (iii) Charitable trusts, societies, and section 8 companies. This edition offers more question and answers, opinions, guidance, updates, amendments, case studies and case law.

Key Features:

  • This new edition has been significantly focused on a detailed study of several aspects of CSR as well as key performance indicators and essential attributes of ESG giving a practica view of the nuances of these two important subjects
  • Comprises graphs and charts showing CSR and ESG KPIs of the Top 50 Companies as of 31st March, 2023. It also provides a detailed view of Energy, Emissions, Water, and Waste, which are the four most essential ESG attributes of 10 Companies from the Top
  • These graphs and charts display their energy consumption levels, emissions, and their proposed plans to transition towards decarbonisation. Additionally, it indicates when they aim to achieve net zero
  • A detailed discussion on CSR Provisions, CSR Policy, CSR Accounting, CSR Audits and Impact Assessment and answers to 100 FAQs has been incorporated
  • On the ESG part, explains not only the initiatives of MCA and SEBI in India but also explains about the proposals on the anvil at the US SEC (US Securities Exchange Commission) dwells into GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) and TCFD (Task Force on Climate-Related FinancialDisclosures) Frameworks, GHG (Greenhouse Gas) Protocols, OECD (The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) Guidance
  • Encompasses all the updated and relevant Acts, amendments, notifications, circulars, rules,and regulations in the Appendices
  • Serves as a one stop reference point for corporate entities, charitable trusts, societies section 8 companies, directors, office bearers, professionals, and students, providing an in-depth view of all nuances of the three themes as well as latest amendments to the Companies Act, 2013, SEBI Listing Regulations on Business Responsibility and Sustainability Reporting (BRSR), and reasonable assurance of the 9 attributes contained in BRSR Core

Dr K S Ravichandran, M Com LL B, FCS, Ph D, is the Founder and Managing Partner of KSR & Co Company Secretaries LLP, Coimbatore, Bangalore, and Chennai. He is an expert in Company Law, Securities Laws and Regulations; Law relating to Foreign Exchange Management and its related rules & regulations, Industrial Law, and Environmental Laws. His areas of specialisation include board process, governance, audits, compliance solutions, corporate restructuring, dispute resolution, IPRs, mergers & acquisitions, insolvency & bankruptcy, and arbitration & conciliation. He has appeared before various regulatory authorities and tribunals such as the National Company Law Tribunal, National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal, and Intellectual Property Appellate Tribunal. He has addressed several conferences, seminars, and workshops and written more than 1000 articles on corporate laws. He has authored several books including: Related Party Transactions under the Companies Act, 2013, 3rd edition (2024); Duties and Liabilities of Directors, 2nd edition (2022); CSR ESG and Charitable Institutions, 1st edition (2021); A Treatise on Contraventions under Companies Act, Securities Laws and FEMA, 3rd edition (2021). He holds a doctorate from the Department of Management, Alagappa University on Prosecution of Directors under the Company Law and Criminal Law in India and UK. He was a member of the expert sub-group constituted by MCA for studying the suggestions relating to chapters of the Companies Act, 2013. He was a member of Secretarial Standards Board of the ICSI. He served the Indian Air Force for more than nine years as a specialist in Russian Radar Systems. He holds a Diploma in Electronics and Radio Communication Engineering and a Diploma in Technology. He was a lecturer at Jawaharlal Nehru College, Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh. Currently, he is an Independent Director of the Karur Vysya Bank Limited. He chairs the Corporate Laws Council of ASSOCHAM’s Southern Regional Council.

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