Corporate Governance, CSR & RTI Practices


Corporate Governance is to equip with the knowledge and skills necessary to act as adviser to governing authorities across the private, public and voluntary sectors. The advice of the Chartered Secretary includes all aspects of the governance obligations of organisations, covering not only legal duties, but also applicable and recommended standards of best practices.
There is a need to have sound understanding of corporate governance law and practice in a national and international context. It will enable to support the development of good governance and stakeholder dialogue throughout the organisation, irrespective of sector, being aware of legal obligations and best practices.
Corporate Social Responsibility is a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. CSR policy functions as a built-in mechanism whereby a business monitors and ensures its active compliance with the spirit of the law, ethical standards, and international norms. CSR is a process with the aim to embrace responsibility for the company's actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public considered as stakeholders.
Corporate social responsibility changes over a time in India on account of the cultural norms of corporations’ engagement. CSR referring to way that businesses are managed to bring about an overall positive impact on the communities, cultures, societies and environments in which they operate. The fundamentals of CSR rest on the fact that not only public policy but even corporates to be responsible enough to address social issues. Thus companies should deal with the challenges and issues looked after to a certain extent by the states.
Right to Information Act 2005 is a landmark to provide for setting out the regime of right to information for the citizens. It mandates timely response to citizen requests for government information. The right includes right to-inspect work, documents, records, take note, extracts or certified copies of documents or records, take certified sample of material, obtain information in form of printouts, diskettes, tapes, videos or in any other electronic mode or through printouts.
To-day’s office requires a special aptitude and discipline to prepare handle and preserve records for the future reference and making them available as and when required. The “office of the future” has become the catch phrase of the scholars, consultants, executives and entrepreneurs. The three forces of computer, communication and human resources are converging the very form of organisation as well as the methods of organising and managing the work.

Target Audience

Officials from corporates, Public Sector Units and government institutions


  • Discuss systems and procedures required for implementing best practices.
  • Attain higher levels of awareness about modern office management.
  • Technique for improving office productivity


4 days


Rs. 12000/- (Residential)(18% GST as applicable).
The fee covers cost of tuition, reading material, boarding and lodging. It does not cover travel costs of participants. Fee once paid shall not be refunded. However, a substitute may be permitted.

For further details contact:

Dr. Dibyendu Choudhury
Faculty Member
School of Enterprise Management
Tel: 040-23633220