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Journal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.8, No. 1)

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Page : 137-144

Keywords : Corporate social responsibility; higher education; issues; strategies;

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Today, education faces the rising challenges of standardized testing, strained budgets, teacher retention, and global workforce competition. Businesses have begun to take a more targeted approach in their corporate social responsibility programs and are seeking to impact areas that have a correlation with their own business goals. For many businesses, education is an important part of their plans, since the needs exist in all geographic areas, across all subject areas, and for all kinds of people. Higher educational institutions in the Marathwada seek to get quality and talented students. For the perception of higher educational institutions as quality institutions, it is essential that they behave in a socially responsible manner. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is one of the useful tools to positively affect society and develop relationships with stakeholders. So this paper explains prospects and challenges on both the social and corporate managerial perspective. This study tries investigates the role of educational institutions to surpass the CSR for creating best human capital and also explores the significances of CSR for promoting education and various initiatives of companies in education sector as a corporate responsibility to expansion education.

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