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Great institutions are built on excellence!

and we're laying the foundation for one. 

It is our great pleasure to announce the laying of the foundation stone of our upcoming educational institution the ‘School of Corporate Affairs (SOCA)' in India. Founded as an institution of the highest order to produce Responsible and Ethical Professionals, who can take sustainable business decisions keeping in mind the interests of all stakeholders.

The Prestigious Mahatma Award

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”
- Mahatma Gandhi
I have founded many initiatives to make a social impact for larger good but laying the foundation of 'Mahatma Awards' is a great achievement for me. I am a true Gandhian and believe in Gandhism, a body of ideas that describes the inspiration, vision and the life work of Mohandas Karamchnad Gandhi.
The Mahatma Awards exist to put a spotlight on the most remarkable changemakers of our time. The Winners recognized are addressing the incredibly complex and equally severe problems we face today. Their efforts span global poverty and hunger, disease, education, climate change, disaster response and preparedness, and health care accessibility.
Mahatma Awards are my tribute to Gandhi ji. ​​

I believe that everyone benefits from having a strong nonprofit sector. However, very few people have an understanding of the critical nature of NGOs, nonprofit organizations in our communities: not just for the social good aspect of their work, but also for their economic impact. Founded Global Nonprofit conference and exposition 'NGO Expo', an excellent platform for nonprofits to Raise Funds, Network, Source, Supply and Learn and is perfect place to showcase their Social efforts and initiatives to stake holders. It helps organizations spark quality partnerships between the Corporations, Donors & Development Sector to take forward the agenda of social good. 

Conceptualized, edited and published India's first book on Corporate Sustainability and social responsibility. "CSR Good Book" in 2010. A compendium of sustainable and socially responsible brands, corporations and foundations, CSR Good Book helps organizations, highlight its ongoing CSR Efforts and Sustainable Business Practices. 
The CSR Good Book, in its 10th edition, is an ideal media to publish social efforts and initiatives concerning business ethics, environment, community development, philanthropy, corporate governance, human rights and diversity. The CSR Good Book is reaching Corporations, Stakeholders, Government, Financial Analysts, Activists, Investors and Academics across the country. 

Aviva has have tied up with Amit Sachdeva to launch "Aviva Young Scholar Schoolex 2009-10", the first ever school admission event in India. The key objective behind this social initiative is to bring parents and schools under one roof and make it easier for parents to evaluate different schools including on the spot admission, interacting with teachers and attending relevant workshops. 

Advocacy for CSR Bill!
Amit Sachdeva is well known for his efforts to push for passing of CSR Bill in India, which was passed by the government of India in 2013 as legislation and came into effect from April 1, 2014.  Amit Sachdeva strongly advocated for mandatory CSR (corporate social responsibility) spending for companies. The bill now requires large companies to spend at least 2 percent of their profits every year on corporate social responsibility (CSR). The bill applies to companies with an average net profit of at least 50 million rupees (approximately $816,000 USD) over a period of three years.
The total corporate social responsibility (CSR) spending by the top 500 companies in the country since the applicability of mandatory CSR in 2014 is crossed Rs 50,000 crore by March 2019 with major impact on ground in education, healthcare and rural sector uplifting the lives of millions of people across spectrum.

Founded Charitnation, a not-for-profit global venture that uses entrepreneurial approaches to solve social problem. Started with two initiative, education and women empowerment.

Amit Sachdeva | Gandhian, Constitutional Lawyer, known as the CSR Man of India

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