IJSRP, Volume 5, Issue 2, February 2015 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Corporate social responsibility has much broader implications for the nation as a whole. It reduces dependency on the government for social change. Most governmental programmers quickly become embroiled in political manipulation, corruption, communal overtones, and bitter infighting. There is a need for evaluation and proper strategy for public-private partnership with well-defined controls and processes for the best use of resources for social change. Social reforms driven by the community will bring people together, turn the attention of the masses to tasks that benefit society, and reinforce peace and harmony. Social responsibility should not be limited to large successful corporations; there should be greater participation from most small, medium, and large businesses.