Arup Mukherjee

Arup Mukherjee
Xavier Institute of Social Service · Department of Finance

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Dr. Arup Mukherjee is a qualified Cost & Management Accountant having a blend of corporate and academic experience of 27 years. He has worked with public sector units as well as private organizations. He has experience of working at various levels in the Finance departments of organizations engaged in metallurgical engineering, manufacturing and media. He also has more than 15 years of academic experience with classroom teaching assignments.

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The Self Help Group and its Bank linkage programme has assumed a pivotal role in the process of empowerment of women both socially and economically. At the same time various researchers and authors have glorified the SHG movement as the ultimate path for empowerment of women. However, the SHG is nothing more than an informal group of people (genera...
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Corporate social responsibility earlier applied as corporate philanthropy has been in practice in India since ages. Also, it has been well complimented by the role of the Tata's, Birla's and other large companies since a long time. However, philanthropy in the globalised and modern India, does not solve the purpose in quality and quantity. The Lok...
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Banks in India have been indulging in a lot of activities which they showcase as their contribution in terms of corporate social responsibility. According to Archie B.Carrol an organisation has its obligations towards the society, divided in to four parts in the order of importance namely Economic, Legal, Ethical and Discretionary obligations. It i...
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Banks in India have been indulging in a lot of activities which they showcase as their contribution in terms of corporate social responsibility. According to Archie B.Carrol an organization has its obligations towards the society, divided in to four parts in the order of importance namely Economic, Legal, Ethical and Discretionary obligations. It i...
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Promotion of financial inclusion has been an important social and financial need across countries. In India, the primary responsibility of ensuring financial inclusion lies with the commercial banks subject to guidelines of the central bank (RBI). However, due to the huge size and diversity of population the commercial banks have been taking the as...

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