In this issue, we also focus on how Corporate India responded to the pandemic. The economy tanked, businesses were disrupted due to full and partial lockdowns, millions lost their jobs or witnessed salary cuts, and deaths stalked the country. Some of the members of India Inc did rise to the challenge and used their mandatory CSR funds to improve lives and livelihoods. They arranged for hospital beds, medicines, oxygen supplies, dry rations, and other needs of the suffering families.
From this issue onwards, we start a new series to analyse the impact of three decades of reforms, which were unleashed in 1991. Our first piece is on banking, and the next one will be on telecom and connectivity. Diplomacy and global issues will feature regularly, and this month’s article is on the challenges before India as it re-thinks its policies on the Taliban and Afghanistan. Hope you enjoy this issue, which has insightful and exciting pieces by the best writers in journalism.
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The social sector is one of the fastest-growing sectors in India. Given the current size of the social sector—accounting for approximately 8.8 percent of India’s GDP in spending terms—and the number of people who are directly and indirectly involved with this field, it doesn’t have a robust media platform that engages with the various stakeholders involved in this sector. It’s this gap that Tatsat Chronicle intends to fill and carve out a niche.
Tatsat Chronicle has been envisioned as a monthly magazine that offers a deep dive into the rapidly evolving Corporate Social Responsibility space for better understanding and appreciation of the remarkable work being done by corporate houses, Public Sector Undertakings and Non-Government Organisations towards creating a more equitable society.
The main objective of Tatsat Chronicle is to inform, engage and stimulate its readers with ideas, case studies and well-researched insights, covering the entire gamut of CSR activities in India and abroad.
Every month the print magazine with a the production run of 50,000 copies and its digital version generates a combined readership of 250,000 people. In a short span of time, Tatsat Chronicle has established itself as a go-to resource for key decision-makers and influencers, who are instrumental in shaping CSR policies and project implementation at the grassroots level in India.