1. Dr. R. PURUSHOTHAMAN - Assistant Professor, PG & Research Department of Commerce, Guru Nanak College, (Autonomous),
2. Dr. R. HEMALATHA - Assistant Professor, Department of Corporate Secretaryship, Valla P T Lee Chengalvaraya Naicker Arts and Science College, Chennai.
3. B. REKHA - Assistant Professor, PG & Research Department of Commerce, Queen Mary’s College (Autonomous), Chennai.
The Covid-19 affected lives every all over world comprising huge impact across all the sectors. It affected small, medium and large scale companies and their activities. CSR activity is one of the most important and mandatory activity in India. In no doubt during Covid-19 CSR activities and their budget are also affected. CSR is the integral part of business with environmental, economic and social performance issues. In this study attempt to analyse the Covid-19 impact on CSR activities. The objectives of the study are, to identify various needs for CSR, to find out the Covid-19 related CSR activities and to discover the CSR trends in India. This study involves qualitative and quantitative analysis of CSR practices during Covid-19 by using secondary data. This study concludes that, CSR proved to be vital during Covid-19 pandemic period.
CSR Activity, Covid-19, Companies Practices, CSR amount spent to top ten states and CSR trends before and during Covid-19.