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Corporate Social Responsibility Practices Assessment Towards Responsible Entrepreneurship for Tabuk City’s Micro Small and Medium Enterprises

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.7, No. 6)

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Page : 381-432

Keywords : Corporate Social Responsibility; Micro; Small; and Medium Enterprises; Research and Extension.;

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This descriptive research aimed to assess analyze and evaluate the implementation of CSR among MSME in Tabuk City All seven indicators indicate mean ratings of ‘great extent'. Among the eleven CSR activities MSME's are most active in disaster relief assistance activities and are not inclined to support Scientific Researches, Service to Veterans and Senior Citizens, Health Development and Socialized and Low Cost Housing. The extent of implementation of Community research and extension programs of Kalinga State University by its faculty garnered an overall mean of 2.62 which reveals that there is a ‘moderate extent' of implementation. According to a DTI key person, lack of time, man power, promotion of benefits, incentives and proper coordination are the main problems and challenges encountered by the MSMEs in the implementation of CSR. It is therefore recommended that the College of Business Entrepreneurship and Accountancy should focus more on finding theories and concepts that are appropriate for implementing good and effective CSR by conducting CSR -related researches and the research findings and the theories and concepts formulated should be communicated to the MSMEs through the development of IEC materials and conduct of Training and Seminars. There may be collaborative implementation of CSR programs between Kalinga State University and the MSMEs of which the university may serve as the interceder between the MSME and the community. As an offshoot of the study, a proposed addition to the Research and Extension Agenda of the College of Business Accountancy and Entrepreneurship was crafted and A program proposal that aims to contribute to community development by conducting a series of training/seminars/workshop activities leading to a deeper and meaningful understanding and appreciation of CSR and towards socially responsible MSME's in Tabuk City Kalinga is formulated.

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