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  1. MBA | PHD | Post Graduate Certificate in Corporate Social ResponsibilityCSR Water Resources Gender Equality Education & Healthcare Environment Institute of Corporate Sustainability Management (Affiliated to Mysore University) Renewable Energy Livelihood Rural Empowerment Renewable Energy Sustainable Business CSR Bank Rehabilitation & Resettlement
  2. India's CSR is the only 'management instrument' in the world which is protected by Law. At the same time India is also blessed with youth power. Sorry to say, the fact is, 'youth power' becomes a challenge for India today. With all sorts of criticalities, the answer lies with the creation of “jobs for the youth”. Now the question is from where and in which head the job would be created... actually vacancy is already there in the respective CSR departments. Since CSR is protected by law thus, without any option thousands of company has to follow it. Now, to get into CSR job, you need to have multi-faculty specializations with proper orientation in development and management sciences, clubbed with the special focus on CSR based analytical skills. Hence, you require a specialised Course. That's the reason while I developed the course in last year; the University of Mysore placed it under Specialized MBA programme. Simply it means MBA in CSR is not a generalMBA. From this year onwards thousands of CSR Jobs are available but until you are armed with an UGC approved degree there is no chance to avail these facilities. We believe CSR is the gift to youth towards nation development. Rarely this type of chance comes in a life time for a generation!! Towards extending this facility, we in ICSM are hare for you. So far credibility is concerned; while launching the course in last year, ICSM already made history in South Asia. ICSM is the premier most Institution in India in context with Higher learning in CSR programme. Backed with best of the Think-Tanks; Mentors and Faculties, ICSM is the most exclusiveperformancebasedInstitutionin relationtoCSR and CorporateEthics. We will make you to have multiple Jobs as tomorrow's CSR Leader…I advise you to join ICSM and make yourself proudfornextphasesof yourlife. Message from the Desk of Chairman Dr. Debasis Bhattacharya Founder & Chairman, ICSM . 11
  3. The Institute of Corporate Sustainability Management (ICSM) is an institute that aims to bridge this gap between demand and supply for skilled man-power in the field of Corporate Social Sustainability. A steadily growing demand for specifically skilled people in this Sector, ICSM aspires to create a platform for the better understanding and maximum optimization of resources available in this field. Establishing a national-level Institute in the National Capital Region gives Students of ICSM an edge over other students across the country as ICSM is in the midst of where all the action takes place. From policy making to implementation and from having major corporate and social sector Headquarters here it leaves students spoilt for choice and an array of opportunities,which theycouldcapitalizeon. The importance of Corporate Social Responsibility in present times is a fact that needs no reiteration. It is the tool by which Sustainable Development would be achieved. While CSR has always been an integral part of the global growth model, it's legalization in India through the Company Act has laid the foundation for a fundamental structure. This has in turn opened various avenues for one to explore and evolve an arena where collaborativeworkacrosssectorscouldhelp builda strongnation. The students at ICSM, would have unique mix of professional individuals who have diverse experience in both Industry and Academics as their mentors. Through its activities, ICSM has been able to establish an institutional framework that would take up formal higher learning in along with Training, MDPs, Research and Consultancy on CSR ServicesforIndustry,CivilSocietyand Government. ICSM being in Gurgaon has opened the access to 250 (or 50%) of the Fortune 500 companies. Gurgaon has become India's industrial and financial nucleus. Popularly known as Millennium City, Gurgaon's proximity to Delhi means easy access to political decision makers. In nutshell Gurgaon is the most evolving and emerging place in India where synergy between education and industry is already recognized and encouraged for growth and developmentof thesocietywitha bestplaceof exposuretotheMBA in CSR students. About ICSM From this year it has potential to generate T h e C o m p a n y A c t legitimizes 2073 Big & Medium size companies along with 11000 Small industries to be part of CSR generating annual revenues of 22,000 crore rupees. 2
  4. DR. DEBASIS BHATTACHARYA Former National Advisor to CII. The MBA in CSR Programme has been devel- opedonthebasisof hisIntellec- tual Property Rights, he is the first Ph.D. in CSR in India. PROF.R.R.SINGH Former Director & Professor Emeritus Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai; Retired Professor and Head of the Department, Delhi School of Social Work, University of Delhi; Advisor & Project PROF. C V BAXI Former Director and Professor Management Devel- opment Institute, Gurgaon. Presently, Member–Task Force on Corporate Governance, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt.ofIndia; associated with DR. SHOUNAK ROY CHOWDHURY GraduatefromIIT-Kharagpur& Ph.D. from IIM-Ahmedabad, worked with internationally renowned strategic management thinkers. His interest areas include business ethics, RAMAMURTHI SREEDHAR A pro-people industry activist. Analumni of IIT Roorkee and has been working in the sector of sustainable development for over two decades. Well known Environment and R&R Expert. Founder - Director, ICSM. Co-Chairman, Board of Studies and Chairman, Board of Examination for MBA in CSR Programme of University of Mysore. Guide and visiting Faculty of several Universities and Institute of repute. Leading ‘Code of Ethics for Indian Industry’ under the aegis of National Human Rights Commission, Govt. of India. Director, IGNOU; Visiting Faculty of several Universities and Institute of repute. Prof. Singh is one of the finest academic administrators. He is a recipient of many National and International Awards. He is the Managing Trustee of ‘Environics Trust’ – a research and development based organisation. corporate social responsibility, and entrepreneurship. He has personally mentored several entrepreneurs. Currentlyheisworkingonabookonbusinessethics. the think tank National Foundation for Corporate Governance. Served as the Director of The India European Centre and taught at business schools in Franceand Germany. 3 “CSR is a hard-edged business decision. Not because it is a nice thing to do or because people are forcing us to do it... because it is good for our business” Niall Fitzerald FormerCEO, Unilever Mentors & Faculties
  5. 4 “The brands that will be big in the future will be those that tap into the social changes that are takingplace” Sir MichaelPerry Chairman, CentricaPLC Dr. Shoba Dutta Founder Executive Director of Development Support Team (DST) which is actively involved in empowering women in Mewat region of Haryana. Consultant to various Arindam Mookerjee Masters in Economics from Delhi School Economics. Former Corporate Advisor to World Bank. He has been instrumental in articulating CSR policies for various corporate companies. Trough SanjeevKr.Chaudhary Founderof Citizen Experience Foundation & Paralympic Golf Association. Advisor CSR & Youth Development of FARMER - NGO. Founder Director of Green Bharat Farmers Producer Co. Ltd. Sudhir Sinha Leading the CSR & Sustainability function as Corporate Head – CSR at Cipla, a leading Pharmaceutical Company; has over 29 years of wide and varied experience. Worked for leading Indian Shakti Sharma Served more than 3 decades in various organisations with Tata. Work experience span in Corpo- rate Sustainability Management, Corporate Communications and Management of Education Services. Currently Director, UN Projects. Over 2 Decades of experience in development and academic work. She holds Ph.D. degree in Psychology and has a wide range of expertise from action research to functional literacyand women empowerment. Corporate Advisory Services, over a decade, he is associatedwith most of the prestigious Companies in India. Eastern Corporate Link Services, Jamshedpur. Served As Managing Trustee, Jusco Education Mission Foundation & Tata Steel Family Initiatives Foundation, Honorary Secretary, Tata Steel Rural Development Society & Tribal Cultural Society, Jamshedpur. brands such as Tata Steel, Moser Baer India Limited and Reliance - Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group besides a global brand, Arcelor Mittal. He worked for Partners in Change (PiC) – an NGO promoting CSR in India & South Asia. The CSR Leadership Award 2012 was conferred on Sudhir Sinha at the Blue Dart Global CSR Awards. & Agro Organic India International Pvt. Ltd. Corporate Advisor, Shriram EPC Ltd. Has done extensive work in diversified areas with Civil Societies. A Social Entrepreneur, having over two decades of experience in converging community & business in the fields of Solid Waste Management, Sewer Rehabilitation, Sanitation, Solar Power, Post Harvest Technologies, Cluster based Organic Farming & Livelihood.
  6. As the Company Act 2013 is concerned, approximately 11,000 listed companies in India have to set-up their full-fledged 'CSR Department' with 2-Existing and 1-Independent Director. To start with, it requires at least 2000+ CSR MBA Professionals. Thus the demand for qualified professionals in coming years is not the question. The issue is – who will meet this demand. On the supply side, for 2014 and 2015 Nationally ICSM shall be the only Institution to address 80 students!! Being the first movers, the students will obviously be in tremendously advantageous position to have assured jobs with quick growth in their career. Interestingly, the gap between the demand and the supply is so wide – at this level it's an open field for the MBA in CSR students. Recognizing the role of CSR, the Government of India has institutionalized a mandatory spend (2% of Profits) on CSR for Indian Companies in the new Companies' Act 2013. This is applicable to companies with a net worth of Rs.500 crore or turnover of Rs.1,000 crore or net profit more than Rs 5 ore in any financial year. Theyarealso requiredbylawtoforma CSR Committee–toframeand implementa strategicpolicy ŸThepedagogyisalignedtowardsa practicallearning curveentwinedwithclasslectures. ŸStudents are given unprecedented access to field work involving organizations from Corporate and Social Developmentsectoralike. ŸICSMhad initiatedtheprocessof forming thefirstParliamentaryforumon CSR. 5 The demand supply ratio for MBA in CSR - GlobalHunt MD Sunil Goel Around 16,000 Companies would fall under the Companies Act’s ambit and this in turn would open a host of new Job o p p o r t u n i t i e s f o r individuals looking to work in the Social Developmentfield. Since ICSM is the first movers & professionally w e l l p o s i t i o n e d & accepted, It would be easy for us to address such massiveunexploited area. .
  7. Market Scope Uniqueness of the program 6 The moot question is how to prepare lakhs of CSR Specialists for coming years? It's a boom with a different challengewheresystemsarealreadyin place;thisismorethan a breakthroughfortheStudent. Why to join CSR-Specialised MBAs… let's see, India produces over 1, 75,000 per annum of MBAs from affiliated regular courses catering approximately 1750 B-Schools. There are 109 non-affiliated Institutions who also attract Students. Apart from this, 1, 25,000 students do MBA from correspondence courses. Interestinglyfortomorrow,non-of themareeligiblefortheSpecialisedCSR department!! Another important dimension is, MSWs, PG in Rural Management, MA in Development Studies students' core strengths are related to non-industrial aspects, thus, as a result, these students are also non- preferable candidate for the Corporate because CSR core work is inter-dependent with industry vis-à-vis corporate knowledge. Recognizing the role of CSR, the Government of India institutionalized a mandatory spend (2% of profits)on CSR forIndian Companies of a certain sizein thenewCompanies’ Act2013. On 27 February 2014, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India announced the corporate Social Responsibility(Policy))Rules2014undertheSection135of thenewCompanies Act2013. One major addition in the section 135 is provision of up to 5% of the CSR budget for training and capacitybuilding of employeesand implementingpartnersforCSR. CSR activities shall include: eradication of hunger and poverty, promotion of education, promoting gender equality and women empowerment, reducing child mortality and improving maternal health, combating human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), malaria and other diseases, ensuring environmental sustainability, employment enhance vocational skills,socialbusinessprojects,contributiontothePrimeMinister’sNational Relief Fund. CSR: The Government Statute OnOn 27th February 2014, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India announced the C o r p o r a t e S o c i a l Responsibility (Policy) Rules 2014 under the section 135 of the New CompaniesAct2013. CSR is a Multi Beneficiary Opportunity for all stake holders. Businesses cannot be successful when the societyaround themfails.
  8. 7 To refer the recent past, often we give the reference of 1991 LPG (Liberalization Privatization and Globalization) story. From now onwards, direction would be 2013; referring the mandate of CSR law as new business feature, larger than any other Management Area of Specialization. CSR in Companies Act is the silent revolution which will take forward the India's Growth trajectory at a different level. The academic value of MBA in CSR programme can be found through the breadth of exposure from academics option and opportunities to various professional engagements. The Companies have to set up their 'CSR Department' withitsfullfledgedoperationsbytheCSR professionals. Year – I : The program commences with a foundation subjects in the first Semester, the objective of which is to bring all participants at the same level of understanding in the basic issues/concepts related to CSR and General Management. This is followed by various conventional, innovative, interactive and participative mode to ensuring a thorough grounding in fundamentals, as well as building communication, computer and other essential soft skills. The students also develop various managerial training through the organizational training and orientation programs. A compulsory out-bound training will be there to develop group dynamics& interpersonalskills,providingan opportunityof self-introspectionetc. Year – II: The third and fourth semesters consist with classroom sessions geared towards an in-depth understanding of the respective fields of specialization. It would introduce the concept of academic- organizational synergy. This would affect with a view to give a broader perspective of CSR Management to the students. The students are also required to undertake live projects in the industry during the second year along with their dissertation. After completion the internship, each student has to submit their final dissertation. Spread across 4 semesters over 2 years ICSM offers an intensive learning experience which involves class lectures and filed work in 2:1 ratio along with 2 internship programs 1 per year. A unique mix of subjects that ICSM offer are Development Economics, Financial Management, Entrepreneurship and Welfare Business, Corporate Governance & CSR, Legal Aspects of Business & CSR, Cooperative and corporate Foundations, CrossculturalManagementand Prospectiveon LPG,WTO,CBD&KYOTO toname a few. Course Structure & Outline “CSR is an emerging career for students” - Hindustan Times New Delhi, 29th Jan’14 Some of the demand for CSR Professionals is likely to be filled with internal placements. However, the industry is likely to see at-least 50,000 more Job Opportunities in theCSR sector. Rajendra Singh CEO DLF Foundation
  9. 8 In the first year, summer internship with NGO or Civil Society Group, ensuring a thorough grounding in fundamentalsas wellasbuilding qualitativeand quantitativeskills. Students in second year will develop various managerial skills through organizational training with corporate and large number of orientation programs. The trainings will develop group dynamics & interpersonal skills, providing opportunities of self-introspection in an environment away from the campus will enhance the personality of the students that will gear the students towards an in-depth understanding of the respective fieldsof specialization. Course Content: The course comprises with subjects of study, internship, project work, field work and dissertation. Pedagogy includes lectures, case studies, group discussions, quizzes, seminars, symposium, education tours, organic link camps, NGO training, organisation training etc. Summer Internship: Dissertation: Specialization in: • Welfare and CSR • Sustainability Audit and CSR • Environmental Audit and CSR • CSR with special focus on Advertisement and Brand Building • Corporate Sustainability • CSR and Welfare Business • Rehabilitation & Resettlement • Corporate Ethics • Finance and CSR • Marketing & CSR • HR & CSR • R&R and CSR • Branding and CSR • Audit & CSR • Strategy & CSR • CSR Project on Health, Education, Livelihood, Entrepreneurship etc. • CSR and Organizational Management CSR should see a spurt in Career Opportunities. But the real growth would be i n e f f e c t i v e C S R management agencies which would require a c o m b i n a t i o n o f management & CSR experts. Ashwajit Singh Chairman& MD IPEGlobal
  10. 9 The MBA in CSR course is a full time course and students shall not take up any employment / course, part time or full time during their study. Students found violating this rule shall be removed from the course. Minimum attendance of 75% of the actual working hours is required in each paper. A student who does not satisfy the requirements of the attendance and conduct shall not be permitted to write the examination in the concernedsubject. Candidate can download 'Application Form' from the ICSM official website The completely filled Application should be send to the ICSM address along with the requisite formalities. After scrutinizing the Application Form, shortlisted candidates will be informed as well as the date of Counselling/GD/PI will becommunicatedtothestudents. Any Graduate in Commerce, Arts, Social Science, Science, Engineering and Technology of any recognized university or from other university considered equivalent, shall be eligible for admission to the course. Bachelor's in any subject with 50% (and 45% for SC/ST) aggregate marks are eligible. The Bachelor's Degree or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate must include a minimum of three years of regular education after completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or equivalent. CAT/MAT/CMAT/XAT or any OtherState/NationalTestappearedCandidateswillbegivenpreference. Attendance and Conduct: Application Process and Selection: Intake: : 80 Students. Eligibility for Admission : Even beyond law, CSR is definitely on the rise in India. A Sur vey by Grant Thornton found that 68% of businesses in India n o w i s s u e C S R & Sustainability Reports, either in the Financial report or in separate reports. This figure was mere 32% in 2012.
  11. 10 MBA in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Credits Marks Sl. No. Subjects Lectures Field work / Seminars Total Int. Asst. Exam Total 1. Socio-Political Prospective on CSR 2 1 3 25 75 100 2. Leadership & Managerial Effectiveness in Inclusive Context 2 1 3 25 75 100 3. Development Economics 2 1 3 25 75 100 4. Financial Management 2 1 3 25 75 100 5. Marketing Management 2 1 3 25 75 100 6. Research Methodology 2 1 3 25 75 100 7. Management Information System 2 1 3 25 75 100 Total 14 7 21 175 525 700
  12. 11 MBA in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Second Semester Second Semester Credits Marks Sl. No. Subjects Lectures Field work / Seminars Total Int. Asst. Exam Total 1. Corporate Sustainability Management (GRI and CSR Audit) 2 1 3 25 75 100 2. Environmental Law and Audit 2 1 3 25 75 100 3. Human Recourse Management 2 1 3 25 75 100 4. Entrepreneurship and Welfare Business 2 1 3 25 75 100 5. Corporate Governance & CSR 2 1 3 25 75 100 6. Corporate Ethics 2 1 3 25 75 100 7. SUMMER INTERNSHIP* 3 100 100 Total 12 9 21 250 450 700 00
  13. 12 MBA in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Third Semester Third Semester Credits Marks Sl. No. Subjects Lectures Field work / Seminars Total Int. Asst. Exam Total 1. Organisational Behavior 2 1 3 25 75 100 2. Rehabilitation & Resettlement and CSR 2 1 3 25 75 100 3. Strategic Management 2 1 3 25 75 100 4. Legal Aspects of Business& CSR 2 1 3 25 75 100 5. TQM – Evaluation and Monitoring 2 1 3 25 75 100 6. Management of NGOs, Cooperatives and Corporate Foundations 2 1 3 25 75 100 7. CSR and Brand Management 2 1 3 25 75 100 Total 14 7 21 175 525 700
  14. 13 Fourth Semester Credits Marks Sl. No. Subjects Lectures Field work / Seminars Total Int. Asst. Exam Total 1. Supply Chain Management 2 1 3 25 75 100 2. Knowledge Management 2 1 3 25 75 100 3. Cross Cultural Management 2 1 3 25 75 100 4. Prospective on LPG, WTO, CBD & KYOTO 2 1 3 25 75 100 5. Project Management 2 1 3 25 75 100 6. Dissertation 3 3 50 50 100 Total 10 8 18 175 425 600 MBA in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Fourth Semester Credits: • 1 Credit=15 Hours Lecture / Teaching etc. • 1 Credit=30 Hours of Practical / Workshops/ Seminars/ Fieldwork / Summer Training Organisational Training / Organic Link Camps / Educational Tours / Group Discussion / Internal Assignments etc. • Summer Internship – Civil Society Organizations, Corporate Foundations, Advocacy Group, Multi-Bi Lateral Organizations, etc. Organisational Training –– Industry, Industry Associations, Media, etc.
  15. Field Work Professional Tour Expenses Education Tour Examination Fee Dress Fee Application Fee University Registration Fee Tuition Fee Institution Fee Migration Fee / Facilitation & Approval Library Fee Computer Lab Value Added Programmes Workshops and Seminars 500 NA 15000 NA 60000 60000 94000 94000 6500 NA 6000 6000 5000 5000 10000 10000 6000 6000 Practical Exposure on CSR 8000 8000 12 Particulars Total: Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra 1st Year (Rs.) 2nd Year (Rs.) 211000 189000 400000 C S R i s g e n e r a l l y understood to be the way a company achieves a balance or integration of economic, environmental & social imperatives while a t t h e s a m e t i m e addressing Shareholders a n d S t a k e h o l d e r s expectations. CSR involves going beyond looking solely at how to make the most money, to include a wider commitment to building a better society.
  16. 14 Training Methods Classroom Teaching Practical Exposure of CSR Participatory Corporate Appraisal Field Work On Corporate Sustainability Institutional Visits OA & Social Audits Training (GRI) Organizational Placement & Dissertation Organic Link Camps Educational Tour Symposia Workshops Seminar Participatory Discussion Class Lectures Field Training 83% of people would trust a company more if it is socially responsible. - A Survey CSR is generally seen as the Business contribution t o s u s t a i n a b l e development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations.
  17. The treasure of CSR needs to be created with Indian perspectives and global thoughts. It’s known to all that a simple idea can change an entire understanding of the subject. But, this can only be possible through knowledge, because it has special power to transcend with the paradigm of creation. Harmonizing the local aspirations into business inclusivism, CSR requires sketches of imaginations and this wants formal inspirations; thusICSMoffersa dedicatedresearch wing. From this academic year, ICSM would hand hold and mentoring young research fellows for theoretical and professional attainments. We in ICSM will take three regular PhD Fellows in CSR under the University of Mysore, the programme will start from the present academic session i.e. July 2014. Students will be based in ICSM,Gurgaon. Therespectivefieldsfromwherethestudentswouldbeconsideredaregivenbelow: ŸMAin Economics–preferablyfromreputedCollegeand Universitybackgroundwithgood academicrecord. ŸMBA /PGDM–preferablyfromreputedCollegeand Universitybackgroundwithgood academicrecord. ŸMSW, MA in Development Studies, Post Graduate in Sustainable Development, preferably from reputed Collegeand Universitybackgroundwithgood academicrecord. PhD in CSR by ICSM 15 40% of CSR Budget is devoted to Disability related Initiatives like Education, Skill Development & Sports.
  18. 16 For CSR, India alone requires over more than 2,00,000 Professionally Certified human resources in the comingyears.Thisisliterallyuniquein comparison tootheropportunitiesof thebusinessin India. In fact, from now onwards organizations required trained human resources in CSR. With this development, to tackle the situation, India doesn’t have any dedicated Institution to cater the huge demand of CSR and its Human Resources. For managing CSR, an individual has to be academically exposed and professionally trained. Also to be intellectually groomed in perspective of CSR. This is a first-track high-growth emerging sectoralacademicviz.professionalareaof themanagementin India. ICSM offers first time in Asia “Post Graduate Certificate Course in CSR”. This course has already been opted by the Ten Indian University and Institute’s students including London School of Economics. To address the emerging need of CSR professional, ICSM provides you a comprehensive certificate course of three months (distance learning). CSR is now embedded in the DNA of Indian business; hence this Course adds an edge to professional qualifications and opens a horizon of new avenues to develop careers in a number of upcoming, excitingand rewardingstreams. PG Certificate in CSR by ICSM Course Structure: Expression I: Expression III: Ÿ Understanding CSR and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Ÿ Corporate Ethics Ÿ Human Rights and UN Global Compact Expression II: Ÿ Legal Management in CSR Ÿ Organisational Accountability Ÿ CSR Audit :ISO 26000 Ÿ Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Ÿ CSR Human Recourse Management Ÿ CSR and Welfare Business Ÿ Branding and CSR Ÿ CSR as a Tool for Tomorrow’s Business Expression IV: Ÿ A separate exhaustive book of case studies to enhance the knowledge of candidates in the field of CSR. CSR is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic d e ve l o p m e n t w h i l e improving the quality of life of the workforce & the communityaround.
  19. Anti–Ragging Policy: UGC Regulations as per the Directives of the Supreme Court Ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts as per the UGC act. Any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student; Indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension there of in any fresher or any otherstudent; Asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique orpsycheof such fresherorany otherstudent; Any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student ora fresher; Exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individualora groupof students; Anyactof financial extortion orforcefulexpenditureburdenputon a fresherorany otherstudentbystudents; Any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obsceneand lewd acts,gestures,causingbodily harmorany otherdangertohealth orperson; Any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, posts, public insults which would also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the discomfiture to fresher or any otherstudent; Any act that effects the mental health and self confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without an intent to drive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over fresher or any otherstudent. Mandatory Guidelines 17
  21. Institute of Corporate Sustainability Management Institute of Corporate Sustainability Management Sanjeev Kr. Chaudhary Director - CSR & Social Advocacy Email: Mobile: 09990004033 Affiliated to Mysore University (Accredited Grade “A” by UGC)