Corporate social responsibility is a form of corporate self- regulation integrated into a business
model. The aim of the CSR has been seen as the rendering of services of the organization towards
upliftment of the people of the society. The CSR takes into consideration the wide verity of issues like
environment, poverty irradiation, youth empowerment, training and development, welfare of the people
and healthcare. In this article analyses the meaning of CSR, CSR in law, and some theories of CSR
available in literature. Describe meaning of social work and approaches of social work in CSR.
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