In Kolkata, the MCCI hosts a summit on corporate social responsibility.

The Merchants Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MCCI) held a conclave in Kolkata on Friday on corporate social responsibility (CSR) Sanghamitra Sanghamitra Sanghamitra said that the Bengal governments welfare flagship initiative needed continual assistance from the private sector .

The Merchants Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MCCI), a trade association (MCCI), held a conclave in Kolkata on Friday on corporate social responsibility (CSR).Sanghamitra Sanghamitra, the chief secretary of the department of social care and women and child protection, said that the Bengal government's welfare flagship initiative needed continual assistance from the private sector.According to her, the CSR is a method of bringing together the right parties in order to provide ongoing, committed financial assistance to initiatives that benefit the most vulnerable.Different business houses may provide nutritional assistance to anganwadi centers, or they may assist in the construction of a new anganwadi facility.

According to her, NGO partners should consider working with the West Bengal government in these critical focus areas.According to the Kanyashree initiative of the Bengal government, 80 lakh girls have been benefitted, and 2 crore women have been.According to her, the anganwadi centres in Bengal employ more than 2.5 lakh women in the region.According to Janab Md Mohiuddin, head of the field office of UNICEF, the epidemic has pulled us back, and now the CSR can play a vital role in addressing hunger, income and gender inequality, while still providing basic needs, education, and the right to exist.

British Council director of East & North East India, Debanjan Chakrabarti, said that the Teach India initiative in rural India was launched by the British Council in 2010-2015 in partnership with The Times of India to educate the poorer segment of children in English language and digital literacy.Tata Steel's CSR director Sourav Roy wanted to map out the problem areas and then address them.He believed that one should know the communities to collaborate with and that one should have empathy and understanding to devise a cohesive strategy.He advised, First identify the marginalized groups and then describe their willingness to tackle it.

With a particular emphasis on benefiting the people who we serve as organizations, our goal is to bring all of the parties together in a single meeting to discuss and discuss the possibilities of CSR partnership opportunities.At the reception, a number of NGO officials including Jaydeep Chakrabarty, CEO, Calcutta Rescue, Sreela Dasgupta, Global Lead SME for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Tata Consultancy Services, Modhurima Sinha, Director Public Relations, ER Taj Group, and Sourav Mukherjee, Director, Kolkata Society for Cultural Heritage, were present, as well as Smarajit Mitra, Chairman, Council