Humayun Zafar


This paper presents the impact of corporate social responsibility in the educational institutions and how the students value it and try to practice it in an academic environment. Corporate social responsibility, which is now commonly known as CSR is not something mandatory, and the biggest proof of it is the fact that there is no regulator who is monitoring the implementation of CSR in a particular country or even globally.  On the contrary, a number of educational institutions are educating their students about CSR so when these students join the fresh workforce the terminology of CSR is not a misnomer to them and they can fully understand and fathom CSR from a basic as well as an advanced perspective. For this purpose a group of 4o students were selected who are undergoing the courses on CSR and corporate governance and semi structured interviews wereconducted to gather information in order to judge the impact on CSR related activities from the view point of the student community.


Corporate social responsibility, corporate responsiveness, sustainable business development, green house gases, volunteering.

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