ROLE OF CSR IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT- SOCIAL WORK PERSPECTIVE: THE INDIAN CONTEXT By Dr.Ignatius Mariyadoss[1] and Ms. Suzanne Reyneke[2]

  Abstract Due to the disasters in the mining sector, the local community faces a lot of problems like physical, mental and environment related issues. CSR practices is not a voluntary activity in India, it is a mandatory one. Corporations can spend their CSR funds on disaster management and preparedness. In this regard, social workers can also play a vital role in CSR, as they can act as a mediator between corporations and the affected community. Keywords: Community; Corporate Social Responsibility; Disaster; Government of India, Mining Industry, & Social Worker.…

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AN OVERVIEW OF THE FOLKLORE RESEARCH IN KERALA: A STUDY BASED ON THE MAJOR RESEARCH WORKS DONE IN THE FIELD OF FOLKLORE By Dr. Jisha C.K.[1]

Abstract This paper is discussing about the researches done in the field of folklore so far. This is an overall review of the research work done in this field. Most of the major works were in corporate for this study and classifying it as in two parts as early studies and current studies. Most of the current studies are done as the research work s in the universities; where as the earlier studies were conducted in various purposes.  Even though the folklore field of Kerala is rich in research woks…

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SCIENCE MUSEUM AND SOCIETY– A CASE STUDY By Dr. Rajesh Grover and Dr. Munish Soin

ABSTRACT The present study highlights the role of Pushpa Gujral Science City (PGSC) in popularization of Science amongst masses to create scientific awareness through informal way. PGSC is the biggest project of its kind in Northern India, which acquire, conserve, and demonstrate science exhibits for the purpose of dissemination of scientific concepts in a playful manner. A study was carried out to understand the role of PGSC in popularization of science in the region during the period 2010-2015. Findings of the study has revealed that more than 17 lac visitors…

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