Q.2 Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) with their penetration are best suited for last-mile delivery of government schemes or implementation of a corporate house’s CSR work, thus nudging one another in the path to a developmental state. Comment. (10 Marks)

Mentor’s comment-
  • https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/aiding-in-governance/article38102291.ece
  • In the intro, mention that engaging with communities and non-state informal institutions is important for development.
  • In the body, mention the CSR law obligation of the corporates and interaction between Non-state actors and corporates. Also mention how this interaction leads to the citizenry-private partnership. Next mention the limits of the government and bureaucracy in India and how non-state actors can create a breakthrough model of community engagement.
  • Conclude by mentioning the CSR law has made the corporate world not only clean its own mess but has also created a legal framework for corporates to work with NGOs and CSOs.
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Bakul Kalyan
Bakul Kalyan
7 months ago

q2 ans

rajneeti world
rajneeti world
7 months ago
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rajneeti world
rajneeti world
7 months ago

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7 months ago
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