This second edition of the “Handbook on CSR for Corporates & NPOs” is an effort to compile the various legal issues pertaining to CSR in India. It explains the various key registration, governance and management issues pertaining to NPOs.
A comprehensive handbook providing comparative analysis of the various Legal regulations governing voluntary sector in South Asia. It also provides overview on the various Governance processes that are essential for complying with the various legal provisions. This is a well researched book of more than 500 pages and written in layman’s language.
"Governance" is a widely discussed word todya, be it Corporate Goveernance, Governance of the country or NPOs. It is also a complex subject. There is a concept of "Good Governance" as well. How to ensure good governance in the NPO sector and are there any simpke yet accountable measure to implement them?
"The Governance Toolkit" 1st edition comes with long years of research and practical experienc. We sincerely hope that this book will be widely circulated and followe in diiferent NPOs.
This is an extensively researched book of more than 400 pages This book provides comprehensive commentaries on the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 and Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Rules, 2011. It covers all possible controversies and critical issues of FCRA. It is in a layman’s language for easy dissemination
25 years of journey of FMSF, it has been realized that a sound controls fremeworj is extremely critical for a Non-Profit Organisation (NPOs). FMSF has done quite significant work in developing Control Framework for NPOs. Further Mr. Suresh Kejriwal a well known finance expert for the NPO sector has been a pioneer in the area of Controls.
We are very happy to present the 1st edition of “Handbook on Control Systems of NPOs” authorized by Mr. Suresh Kejriwal. It is our hope that this book will be widely used by NPOs in developing their control framework
Financial Management Services (FMS) was established and started functioning since 1st January, 1995. Later, in the year 2000, FMS became Financial Management Service Foundation (FMSF). Since then, we have been involved in building capacities of Development Organizations in the areas of Governance, Financial Management and Legal Compliances. We at FMSF, believe that “accountability” of development organizations is of paramount significance and therefore, we strive to enhance the same through our various initiatives and activities.Read More