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Role and Framework of Corporate Social Responsibility Model in Advancing India’s Higher Education System

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Just as IGOs attempted to spread equality across the developing world, globalization prompted a new wave of private involvement in public sector issues. While it is the responsibility of private corporations to follow legal, ethical, and economic objectives of nations, it is not imperative for these firms to pursue philanthropic activities in their communities, especially when they do not reflect core competencies (Jamali, 2007). The motivations that drive these activities are even more important to assess when they involve national education agendas. Plenty of research has analyzed multinationals’ corporate social responsibility efforts to develop public services in the nations where they worked. While these studies have addressed a wide array of country-specific, development issues, very little work has been focused on South Asia, especially as it relates to the intention, structure, and implementation of CSR in India’s higher education sector (Belal, 2001). The holistic analysis of private corporations’ plans for supporting higher education in India can help the nation’s citizens better maximize these opportunities as well as assist the country’s government to better regulate this high impact sector of its social agenda. Citizens and government thus need to understand the current state of investment by corporations in the Indian higher education system, both from a monetary perspective as well as in the form of an agenda analysis (i.e., impact and influence on curriculum development, location guidance, student selection, and job recruitment). This research will provide that analysis of the alignment of local requests with and the government’s response to these private activities.
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Bansal, Khushboo. "Role and Framework of Corporate Social Responsibility Model in Advancing India’s Higher Education System" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 57th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Hilton Riverside Hotel, New Orleans, LA, <Not Available>. 2014-12-11 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p659228_index.html>

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Bansal, K. "Role and Framework of Corporate Social Responsibility Model in Advancing India’s Higher Education System" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 57th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Hilton Riverside Hotel, New Orleans, LA <Not Available>. 2014-12-11 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p659228_index.html

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Abstract: Just as IGOs attempted to spread equality across the developing world, globalization prompted a new wave of private involvement in public sector issues. While it is the responsibility of private corporations to follow legal, ethical, and economic objectives of nations, it is not imperative for these firms to pursue philanthropic activities in their communities, especially when they do not reflect core competencies (Jamali, 2007). The motivations that drive these activities are even more important to assess when they involve national education agendas. Plenty of research has analyzed multinationals’ corporate social responsibility efforts to develop public services in the nations where they worked. While these studies have addressed a wide array of country-specific, development issues, very little work has been focused on South Asia, especially as it relates to the intention, structure, and implementation of CSR in India’s higher education sector (Belal, 2001). The holistic analysis of private corporations’ plans for supporting higher education in India can help the nation’s citizens better maximize these opportunities as well as assist the country’s government to better regulate this high impact sector of its social agenda. Citizens and government thus need to understand the current state of investment by corporations in the Indian higher education system, both from a monetary perspective as well as in the form of an agenda analysis (i.e., impact and influence on curriculum development, location guidance, student selection, and job recruitment). This research will provide that analysis of the alignment of local requests with and the government’s response to these private activities.


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