CSR Focus at GIM - 4 Gs

Go Global

  1. The Centre for Social Sensitivity and Action (CSSA) at GIM acts as a bridge between GIM and the society.
  2. GIM is India’s first business school to publish its Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) best practices on the international SDG Dashboard developed by Erivan K. Haub School of Business, Saint Joseph’s University, USA.
  3. GIM’s priority SDGs are -
  4. GIM

  5. GIM is a proud member of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) Network India (GCNI) and a signatory of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).
  6. GIM has an international platform to share its ideas and dialogue with global business schools on responsive management education.

Go Green

  1. GIM has been working towards being a zero-waste campus and has been conscious about the impact of its decisions on the ecosystem.
  2. Centre for Excellence in Sustainable Development at GIM runs various initiatives to reduce carbon footprint and realize sustainability goals
  • Rain water harvesting
  • Solar-powered street lamps
  • Treatment of water for reuse
  • Tree plantation drives
  • Replacing plastic on campus

Give Goa

  1. GIM promotes social responsibility via the Give Goa initiative.
  2. Give Goa is a three-credit experiential project with partner organizations (such as banks and NGOs) and one-credit classroom learning experience.
  3. Students can choose projects careering to the field education, social welfare, agriculture extension and public health. Each group consists of six members and are assigned a faculty guide and mentor from the client organization.
  4. Students undergo a sensing journey in the community and provide suggestions/solutions for the improvement of the community.

Grow and Adapt

  1. GIM is continuing to grow and gaining massive impetus through academic research with the new FPM program.
  2. GIM’s faculty and students are adaptive and receptive to unpredictable changes.
  3. During COVID times, faculty quickly adapted to pedagogy for the online medium and studios were up and functioning for course delivery in a couple of months.
  4. The students were receptive to the rampant changes and new learning styles.
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