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International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (Code: ICCSR 2022) is going to be organized by Chandragupt Institute of Management Patna in association with India CSR. The objective of the conference is to bring together academicians, researchers, practising managers, policy makers in the government and the industry, NGOs, industry professionals and all concerned from India and abroad to share their knowledge-expertise-experience on various dimensions of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for an enhanced effectiveness and applicability. The conference aims to provide a common platform for exchange of latest advancements, creative views and insights on recent trends and challenges in Corporate Social Responsibility to achieve Sustainable Development Goals.

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With the growing concern about environmental issues, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is becoming more and more popular today. CSR is acknowledged when businesses demonstrate a persistent assurance to live up to stakeholder expectations and strike an ethical and responsible balance between social responsibility, economic prosperity, and environmental duties.

The "Triple Bottom Line," often known as the economy (profit), social (people), and environment (planet), are the three fundamental pillars of sustainability on which CSR is primarily focused. Business-in-society and strategic approaches to CSR exist. The former aims to give back to society by systematising charitable events, while the latter requires organisations to inform stakeholders about CSR initiatives in order to meet their demands.

Without compromising CSR obligations, sustainability entails meeting customer requirements and attaining organisational goals. In order to create sustainable and socially responsible businesses, CSR and sustainable development must work together.

When the requirements of the present and future generations are met with the resources at hand, development is said to be sustainable. When employees act sustainably in socially responsible organisations that have implemented CSR and attained sustainability, organisational citizenship behaviour is promoted. As a result, it is typical for stakeholders who care about the environment to actively apply CSR to stop environmental degradation and meet social needs.

When clients buy their children's furniture online, Taobao Corporation's CSR Program requires that 5% of the product price be contributed to children in rural areas. In order to achieve long-term social responsibility, many businesses are incorporating the 17 aspirational Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development into their Triple Bottom Line.

CSR preparations are a type of management strategy that support sustainable development and help organisations achieve success on the Triple Bottom Line, which is essential to addressing the requirements of the present and future generations.

The Chandragupt Institute of Management Patna (CIMP) in collaboration with India CSR is hosting the International Conference on CSR to accomplish Sustainable Development Goals: Opportunities and Challenges, 2022, in this context. Academicians, researchers, working managers, policy makers in government and business, NGOs, industry experts, and everyone else involved from India and abroad will be able to share their perspectives, insights, and solutions at the conference, which will encourage research and interventions for a more active, accountable, and inclusive CSR ecosystem. The goal of the conference is to advance the existing "myopic vision" of CSR by providing business, governmental, and academic scholars with a bigger perspective that will hasten societal growth.


Research papers are invited on various aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with other domains including; but not limited to; the following sub-themes:

  1. Sustainable Development
  2. Ethics in business
  3. Food security
  4. Climate change
  5. Conservation of biodiversity
  6. Waste management (Degradable, Non-degradable, e-waste)
  7. Education for all
  8. Public sanitation (Swachh Bharat)
  9. Pollution control
  10. Community healthcare
  11. Resource management
  12. Digital revolution and Cyber security
  13. E-Traffic
  14. Empowerment of marginalised communities
  15. Employment
  16. Crop production management
  17. Social justice and welfare
  18. Equitable society
  19. Participation in Nation building
  20. Disability management
  21. Role of Academicians



Chandragupt Institute of Management Patna was inaugurated in 2008 by His Excellency the then Vice-President of India, Md. Hamid Ansari, as the dream-project of Hon’ble Chief Minister of Bihar, Shri Nitish Kumar to resurrect the ancient educational glory of Bihar. It is an autonomous institute of excellence in management education, consulting and research set up by the Government of Bihar on the lines of Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs). CIMP offers full time AICTE Approved, NBA accredited and AIU recognized Post-Graduate Diploma in Management programme; full-time AICTE approved Fellow (Doctoral) Programme in Management (FPM) and Executive Programme in Management (EXPM). Apart from this, CIMP also provides short-term Training Programme, Research and Consulting services for various departments, agencies and bodies of the government and the corporate.

CIMP is among the Top-125 B-schools in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) India Rankings 2022.

The India CSR, a decade-old pioneering media company, gives strategic direction to the growth of socially inclusive and holistic CSR practises by giving various stakeholders a forum to share knowledge, learn from one another, trade ideas, and support collaborations that benefit their businesses and non-profit sectors. It is India's largest and oldest CSR media company, having been founded in 2009. India CSR is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that represents business and industry in India in the areas of CSR, sustainability, EHS, and ESG. India CSR expresses the opinions and concerns of Responsible Business in India through influencing policy, fostering debate, and interacting with policy makers and civil society. It draws its strength from many regional chambers of commerce and industry throughout states and serves its members from the Indian private and public business sectors as well as multinational corporations. The India CSR is the first stop for Indian industry, policymakers, and the global business community for CSR, Sustainability, and ESG. It offers a forum for networking and consensus building inside and across sectors.



Prof. (Dr.) Rana Singh


Prof. (Dr.) Jyoti Verma

External Member:

Dr. Rusen Kumar, Founder, India CSR

CA Gulshan Gullu, Chairman, Patna Branch of CIRC, ICAI

CS Puja Kasera, Immediate Past Chairperson, Patna Chapter of EIRC of ICSI


  • Prof. (Dr.) SibanandaSenapati
  • Prof. (Dr.) Ranjit Tiwari
  • Prof. (Dr.) Santosh Kumar
  • Prof. (Dr.) Mamta Singh


  • Prof. (Dr.) Rajeev Ranjan
  • Mr. Kumod Kumar


Prof. (Dr.) Colin Coulson- Thomas , President of the Institute of Management Services and an experienced board director, co-founder and chairman of award winning companies and vision holder of successful transformation programmes. He had helped directors in over 40 countries to improve director, board and corporate performance. A former University Dean and campus head, he leads the International Governance Initiative of the Order of St Lazarus, is Director- General, IOD India, UK and Europe, Chancellor and a Professorial Fellow at the School for the Creative Arts. He is an Honorary Professor at the Aston India Centre for Applied Research, a Distinguished Professor and President of the Council of International Advisors at the Sri Sharada Institute of Indian Management-Research, and a Visiting Professor of Direction and Leadership at Lincoln International Business School.

Dr. Colin has authored over 60 books and reports ( and has held public appointments at local, regional and national level. He has professorial appointments in Europe, North and South America, Africa, the Middle East, India and China. Educated at the London School of Economics, London Business School, UNISA and the Universities of Aston, Chicago, Southern California and Westminster, he is a fellow of seven chartered institutes, an honorary fellow of professional bodies in both the UK and India and fellow of the Institute for Responsible Leadership and World Academy of Productivity Science. Colin obtained first place prizes in the final exams of three professions. His awards include a CSR Lifetime Achievement Award and A Global Excellence Award in Renewable Energy from the Energy and Environment Foundation.


  • Abstracts should be of 250 – 300 words.
  • Full paper should be of 3000 – 5000 words.
  • Abstracts and full papers are to be sent as a MS-Word Document.
  • Font style should be in ‘Times New Roman’.
  • Size ‘12’ endnote font size ‘10’ is to be maintained.
  • Text alignment should be ‘Justified’.
  • Line spacing should be ‘1.5’.
  • Full papers should be submitted in the APA citation style.
  • Plagiarized submissions will be subject to disqualification.
  • The organising committee reserves the right to disqualify any paper not related to the theme of the conference or not adhering to the submission guidelines.
  • Abstract and Full Paper may be emailed to :
  • Selected papers will be published in the form of a book.


The best paper selected by a panel of experts at the conference will be eligible for the Best Paper Award of INR 10,000 and a citation.


Registration is mandatory on confirmation of abstract. Only registered participants will be allowed to take part in the conference. Presenters can participate in the conference in online or off line mode. Paper presenters (authors and co-authors) have to register individually after the acceptance of abstract with payment of the registration fees as applicable. There will be no change in paper as well as the name(s) of authors/co-authors once a paper is accepted. Submission of full paper is mandatory for consideration for the best paper award. We do not have any provisions for the payment of transport allowance or reimbursement of travel expenses.


  • Academicians & Industry Professionals: INR 1,500
  • Research Scholars, Post-Graduate Students & others : INR 1,000
  • Participants (non-presenters): Indian: INR 500
  • Overseas Paper Presenters/Participants: USD 50

Registration Fee(Non-Refundable) may be paid online at the time of Registration at the conference portal.


Abstract Submission Closes : November 08, 2022

Registration Deadline : November 30, 2022

Full Paper Submission Closes : November 18, 2022


Conference Secretariat :


  • Mr. Kumod Kumar

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