Can One Contribute to the Social Sector while Being Employed in the Corporate World?

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Shilpashri said: (Aug 1, 2017)  
Yes! I agree one can contribute to the society as good corporate citizens, campanies should actively pursue intaitives to contribute to society like CSR activities for the welfare of society.

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Bloomy Nitya said: (Dec 29, 2016)  
Hey guys,

According to me, it is desirable that one should contribute to the social sector while being employed in the corporate world. But practically, working in a corporate environment makes a person little selfish. Generally, people work in corporate with the motive of earning profit. So at some point, they neglect the society if they get a chance to earn huge profit. If one wants and is willing, he can surely contribute to the social sector. It's just the difference in the mindset of the people. Some are all about money and money, but some people do actually care about the society they live in. So no matter they are in corporate sector or any other sector, they will try to contribute towards the society.

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Rahul Kumar ( Aec ) said: (Dec 13, 2016)  
Hello, everyone.

I'm Rahul Kumar.

Before putting my own view I would like to state a quote. It is 'We can be a millionaire if find out the need of the society and working on it rather than working for money'.

By this statement, I would like to state that many people have emerged as a better corporate leader just because they have found out the real scarcity of the society and then worked on them. If we talk of Amazon, Google or Apple, where they have come from? Actually, they have realised the real need of the society.

If we talk of one of the famous TV shows, SATYMEV JAYATE; What actually they are doing? They are actually depicting social issues and thereby earning huge amount of money. So here Amir khan is being employed in the corporate world as well as contributing to the social sector.

Hence, I can say that we can not be a better corporate leader until and unless our work contributes to the society.

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Dinesh Dwivedi said: (Dec 10, 2016)  
Hello Friends,

Yes, I also agree with you all that one can contribute to the social sector while being employed in the Corporate World. The main thing is that there should be a thought regarding the contribution to the social sector. If one is not even thinking to contribute, then how can he or she contribute? But if one is thinking to do then yes there are a lot of opportunities to do so. In India, one employed person can do his or her job for minimum 8 hours daily. He or she still has 16 hours to do any social sector job such as to contribute to any poor society or any backwards community for uplifting their lifestyle. I can give myself as an example.

Now I am studying in Engineering college. There are classes, labs, assignments, tests and many more things to do in my college as a student. But on the other hand, I ma connected to an NGO ANKURIT started by our branch seniors. Under this, we have to go to a deaf and dumb Government school. We interact with those children. Occasionally we use to organise any drawing sort of competition among them so that there will be a competition for growing rapidly. I am doing this for 2 years and I can also manage to maintain my semester aggregate 8 CGPA.

So, Yes! one can contribute to the social sector while being employed in the Corporate World.

Thank You.

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Komal Sharma said: (Dec 4, 2016)  
Yes, I would say that a person must contribute to the society as we all utilise the resources for our own benefit. The corporate people can contribute by paying if their taxes on time and paying them honestly providing funds to the society and to the non-profit organizations also.

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Savitha said: (Mar 8, 2016)  
Social service is what a individual contribute for the society. So if he's concerned about the society and want to do something for the society he'll definitely take out time for the same and serve the society irrespective of being in a corporate world. Considering the monetary part, for doing any social service don't mean that there should be a financial contribution for the same, cleaning your surroundings, roads and parks doesn't make you loose some money rather it gives a message of civic sense among society similarly filling a poverty stricken child's tummy even for one time doesn't make you loose your valuables.

We are living in a society where a simple middle class and single bread earner contributes each day in similar manner daily without any complain but with a higher level of satisfaction. So your work being hindrance to your social work is vague.

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Shiva Prasad said: (Feb 11, 2016)  
Hii everyone,

I am totally against of this topic I don't think that the person belonging to the corporate world will have that to contribute to the social environment because nowadays the people belonging to the corporate world think that this silly thing are not their piece work thew only come to the place where they can get coverage and which will be beneficial.

To help the social environment you should have that much heart because when money comes nothing matters to them, the things going around the because for them its the waste of time. To help social environment means where your heart get connected not your money and mind.

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Priya Agrawal said: (Oct 30, 2015)  
Its not that one who ears more should be active in social sectors can be done by the individual who know the actual meaning of rise and fall. Because tors too. Making your contribution in social sector can be done by one who knows the meaning of rise and fall.

One cannot become directly rich, he may had faced failures a number of time than achieved a success of high rate. So social sectors is not demanding the money, it means raising people to stand on the basis of their capability.

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Manas said: (Sep 26, 2015)  
Actually mentality obliges persons to do anything rather than situation or circumstances. Not giving excuses whether he/she is working in the prestigious corporate sectors, earning money a lot, is the busiest person in the world having no time to spent for others, if he or she really wants to look out the social activities like helping poor, donating blood, concerns about environment, lot of plantains etc.

It fully depends on his attributions towards mentality. Most of the people think why do I do for others. It has become today's moto.

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Anuradha Banerjee said: (Sep 25, 2015)  
There are many people in this world who does not have the mentality to contribute towards social sectors though they are employed in the corporate world. But the actual happiness lies in helping others who are really needy. If we can really contribute some to the society we can improve poverty level of India a little bit.

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Gurmeet said: (Sep 1, 2015)  
Hello everyone, I am Singh,

So there is topic about that one can contribute to social sector while being the employed of corporate sector, why not, yes there is so many way to help the society where we are living.

To become a human being is not only way that donate the money, there are so many other way to contribute in social work like you can help poor children with teach them, if anyone have problem do help them.

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Agraja said: (May 17, 2015)  
Hi all,

In my opinion for the the development of a country we need money. Money is contributed by corporate sector. If more number of corporate sectors arise, the more people become employed. As a result of employment poverty can be alienated to an extent. If we promote more number of corporate sectors our country will soon become developed from a developing nation.

Taking Gujarat as an instance, years ago Gujarat was really bashed up in the quake. But now it has become more facilitated than any other states. Its only due to the corporate world.

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Gayathri Krishnan said: (Apr 15, 2015)  
Hello everyone,

To be frank, It is not possible for many. Most of the people in corporate are under pressure and are depressed. They don't have time to spend for their family and friends and we cannot expect them to do social work. But, if a person is emotionally intelligent and if he/she is self-motivated, he/she could definitely do it.

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Supriya said: (Mar 9, 2015)  
I think yes its possible for one to contribute to the social sector while being employed in the corporate sector. Today there are so many sources (NGO) through which, any desirable person whether he is a private sector employee or public sector employee, must help poor and un-affordable person and children.

Today there are so many NGOs working towards social sector. So, by denoting money, our knowledge to that children who can't afford it, is possible. I think, the matter most is that one must have great devotion and dedication to work for social sector. That's the best way to contribute towards the development of our this very MOTHER INDIA.

Thank you.

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Debarun Roy said: (Feb 12, 2015)  
Yes I feel that a person can definitely contribute to the social sector. The reason is that because we live in a more empowered and knowledgeable world now. Our ancestors were not considered so lucky to have all the facilities that we enjoy today. And I also feel that after a while a person needs to think for the society as a whole. As because humans are part of a social colony and a man can attain the greatest pedestal of satisfaction. I would like to end with a quote as "The greatest joy lies in helping others".

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Haribabu said: (Nov 12, 2014)  
Working on a corporate is only the state of a person. Actually what decides is the state of the mind. If a person is having heart to contribute there are so many ways you can contribute to society like monetary, mentoring and guiding, being role model, understanding others etc.

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M.V.Krishna/Palvoncha said: (Oct 1, 2014)  
Dear All,

According to me, the corporate world doesn't mean, the people working in Private Organizations, Corporate companies like MNCs. It means group of people working together for their individual growth and Contribution to the Social Sector doesn't mean simply donating our money, clothes, food. To poor, orphans, old., these are a part of social service.

The individual have to understand the need of society at that point of time and should take responsibility in fulfilling the requirement. Each and every individual should have some responsibility to the society irrespective of age, gender, income. Without expecting anything in return from society. How the individuals thinks of their basic needs and fulfill them in accordance with time. Likewise they have to think about the society and should do the needful within their capability.

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Mayank said: (Jul 22, 2014)  
One can totally contribute to the social sector while being employed in the Corporate World. Various companies have a separate CSR(Corporate Social Responsibility) Division which focuses on taking up activities meant for the benefit of the masses, i.e, the social sector. For e.g. Coca Cola provides for the education of thousands of people through its CSR campaign.

What matters is the will from within to force a change. Even if you are in the corporate world and have compassion for the people you'll end up doing a lot for the needy and thus contribute to their development.

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Guruprasad said: (Jun 13, 2014)  
Depends, you know when a person fix a goal like earning more profit, increasing sales it is very difficult to respond to social needs. If he respond then he made to sacrifice some benefits like more profit.

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Sanjay Kumar Sahu said: (Apr 2, 2014)  
Hello friends, as we all know that we all are social human being, especially indians leaves on emotion like soft corner for underprivileged, orphans, poor and physically challenged, so if we we convert our emotion into commitment for all of them, then only we can think and feel that yes really I am human being. We have so many ex. As role model like TATA, ITC, Salman khan and many more who is serving to all society, although they are also a part of so called "CORPORATE".


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Ashwani Agarwal said: (Apr 2, 2014)  
While being employed in the the corporate world, it's a responsibility of person to contribute to the social sector. Man being a social animal can attain satisfaction only after contributing to society.

To celebrate one's success alone does not provide him happiness, when celebrated with others utopia is experienced.

Formation of various NGOs is a pragmatic example of how the corporate sector contributes to the social sector. The benefactor of these social organization is always a corporate employee.

The initiative by the top business tycoon such as Bill Gates, is a metamorphosis in the corporate industry, which is encouraging more tycoons to walk on the same footprints.

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Himani said: (Feb 28, 2014)  
Yes, I totally agree with it. Because it is not necessary that is one who are working in corporate sector can not work for their society is you have time for earning money then you should also works for those who need your support. Society is that environment where you actually live, then what's the wrong with that. Many times people just give a common excuse that they don't have time for all those work but I don't think that it needs your 24 hr or your working hour but at least you can give your 2 to 3 hr in your weekend days. Because one live in society and afterall Human is a social element so one can contribute some for society also.

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Atul Ray said: (Nov 28, 2013)  
Yes, I am totally agree with this that anyone from the Corporate society can contribute his/her bit towards the society in various ways. Like you can invest your time with the people who are less privileged, talk to them understand their problems and help them either financially or morally. The list of work with which you can contribute towards society are endless. You can create awareness in villages about various social issues, importance of education which leads them towards a successful and healthy life. More important, for doing this you don't have to take leave from work, you can accomplish those things on weekends as most of the corporate working days are for 5 days only.

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Ashwin said: (Mar 7, 2013)  
I too agree that corporate is a field where we rarely get time for looking upon our fellow people in society. But that must not be a hindrance in helping people through social sector.

In fact they have a greater scope since they comparatively earn more and can involve in these activities comfortably in economic point of view.

Also in addition to that many corporate like IBM have separate dates in their calender purely devoted for the welfare of various social sectors mentioned for old age, physically challenged etc, so it becomes much easier for employees of such organisation.

On a concluding note I would say that we humans are put in this world for a purpose. To make our life purposeful we need to take a step towards charity despite being employed or not in a corporate.

Thank You.

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Sapna Poddar said: (Sep 15, 2012)  
I very well agree with the statement that one can contribute to the social sector while being employed in the corporate sector. Working for the poor, helping them gives you inner satisfaction that yes we hav done something for them. Salmaan khan, sushmita sen and many more are working towards it. As said "charity begins from home", we first should help our maids by providing things that we don't use.

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Sandeep Sharma said: (May 24, 2012)  
I believe that everyone should realize their responsibility & come forward to help the social sector with Knowledge, Money, and by providing small employment.

Its not very tough to help poor people while working in the corporate world.

They don't have enough financial resources to put their children in a school. Hence, we can spread the education and try to make them feel happy.

We are living in India where people are famous not for its luxurious things but famous for their helping nature.

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Rajesh Joshi said: (May 24, 2012)  
Since, the topic is such where in we have to drag the Corporate sector in between. As matter of fact thinking about the social sector, being a social animal, we must think about others as well. My personal belief when we talk about the corporate sector, it's about a doing a job like others do with the same heart, same emotions. There are so many companies which have some way or the other linked to some NGO's or other societies, which are active and helping the people who are in need. We should identify the channel to help the needy. Rest everything will fall on place and will give us some peace and happiness of helping others.

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Rakesh Kumar Sagar said: (May 24, 2012)  
Yes, I do agree that one can really contribute to social sector inspite of being employed in corporate sector. There are many ways to contribute to seciety i.e. Donation, running some awareness probramme for society and teaching poor students for free or very less fee etc.

There are many corporate organizations like TATA, GENPACT etc. Which are allied with some NGOs and wellfare societies and donate money and clothes etc. These companies also organise some charity programmes like organizing some fession shows, singing & Dancing events which help in collecting money and then the collected money is donated to NGOs, Hospitals or schools & colleges in terms of scholerships to the poor students that is in way a contribution to the society/country.

At personal level an indivisual can take out some time and disseminate his/her knowledge around that he/she get there from the corporate world. That can really help the people in getting a right path and building a good career. Teaching poor children/students who can not go to good schools/colleges, will be great contribution. So its our moral duty that we contribute to social section as much as we could in all the manners.

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Kumar052 said: (Mar 28, 2012)  
Yes, if any one who is working in corporate then defiantly he can contribute to the social sector. Every one has freedom to do what they want do and if there work is not affecting to others then he can do anything.

But its also important that the person of corporate when contributing to social sector there there contribution does not affect there corporate work.

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Tanutanu said: (Mar 26, 2012)  
Being part of a corporate world we are used to things like:keep clients first, meeting deadlines, making profits, cost cutting etc and hence, it is belived that coorporate is all about profit maximization and nothing else.

But, if we look around, we will find so many examples which prove that even coorporates are invloving themselves in paying back to the socitey. ITC and p and g donates 1 re from each of their products for community welfare programmes, itc has come up with e choupals, tata is involved in providing various facilties to its employees in jamshedpur etc.

It may be argued that they just do it for their own benefit as it helps in building the trust of their customers. But, I beleive even if that be the reason, the society is getting benefited from such measures and hence, these should be encouraged.

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Swapnil said: (Mar 11, 2012)  
Yes by being in the corporate world its possible to contribute to the social sector. As it's our moral responsibility to contribute to the society. Individually it can be bit tougher but norms or measures undertaken by the top management people of the company can be followed which is in the direction of goodwill of the society.

As there are no. Of companies which are company in front with measures which are for the society. For example- p&g donate rs. 1 on every purchase of its product for the education of the poor people. Similarly there are TATA which believe in ethics a lot which again in favor of the society. The body shop realize the importance of nature in our lives and they urge to protect the environment for our future generations. Likewise there are number of companys which are performing such kind of activities.

These kind of acts create an good image of the company in front of the customers. So this will have great impact in front of customers and customers will also get emotionally attached with the company.

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Abhijeet said: (Mar 10, 2012)  
All of us can contribute even in a small means in a small way. It can be by being a part of any social activity or by helping people in own society or a organisation. Corporate life is never ending, its upto us how we manage the time. Contribution to social sector doesn't involve a daily basis effort. So, just a initiative is required, rest where there is the will there is the way.

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Mahesh M Veer said: (Feb 28, 2012)  
Hi friends,

As per my view every person has some responsibility towards their society. Because we born in society, we lived in society, then when q arises about social responsibility why peoples are keep quit. They gave the reason we have no time? what should I do? Despite your busy schedule why they took d time for their own society, where the new future are born.

Actually people Wants only money For their Bright Future. But future is also depend on society.

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Suriya. said: (Jan 18, 2012)  
Yes, contribute some times or money for our soceity when your workin in a corporate world that ll leads you to get the real happiness. Every man having responsibility to do something for our soceity and for our future generations. 'We are having no time to do that 'is not a reason to escape from it. If you are not able to do great things atleast take a iniate to grow a tree.

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Anamika said: (Dec 19, 2011)  
Hi! yes one can contribute in social sector while working in a corporate sector because in corporate sectors also people works for human benefit as well as country benefit. Here I am not deny ed that in corporate sectors peoples are more professional but they indirectly serve their country and their peoples.

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Vineet Kumar said: (Sep 25, 2011)  
Excuse me please I want ask you a question to all of you. Is a human not born in a society. He do the growth after leaving in it he can never expand every moment of their life in corporate word it is only the source of money. Nothing more than it. Lastly he come in society and enjoy every moment of his/her life in society so every human either he is related to corporate or not, he/she should do their full contribution which he/she can.

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Amalkiran said: (Aug 3, 2011)  
If there is a will there will be a way. It is our moral responsibility to do service to our society. As we are a part of society we need to scatter our work towards society.

The hectic schedule in corporate jobs may not allow us to take part in social service actively, but we should strive hard ro do some thing to society. If we become initiator others will follw us, we should make an epoch.

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Nandu said: (Jul 18, 2011)  
Yes, it can be possible if ones have the desire to do social service. We are all part of a society, so we should do something for a society. If he is a poor person if he has the desire to contribute to society he will do it by servicing. But he /she is a employed in corporate world, he /she certainly contribute to social sector. Because corporate sector obliviousness provide high salaries. So they should cojtribute to social sector.

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Milind said: (May 19, 2011)  
Hello friends! I think it is possible to contribute to our society by various form like donating some money to deserving person, giving your knowledge free to whom who cant afford education, by using your knowledge for improvement of our society, by spending quality time with orphanage etc. So I think at least by one way we can help to our society.

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Smita said: (May 17, 2011)  
Being in an corporate sector is one thing and joining with an social environment is the quality of indians. We all are born to provide service to human beings by any way. It may be money or even by the way of paying our taxs on time. Everyone must put his share in this sector.

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Akshata said: (May 6, 2011)  
Yes of course one can contribute to the society inspite of being in the corporate sector. A lot of corporates today have understood their responsibility toward the society and the stakeholders. companies today provide education n medical facilities to the under privilege eg. the TATA memorial hospital for cancer patients by the TATA group. They have also taken steps for pollution control by planting trees in the cities . Such measures should be taken up by more n more companies as it not only benefits the society but also brings goodwill to the organisation.

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Abhi said: (Mar 1, 2011)  
I support shelly for his point.Many corporate companies are finding enough time for social sector depending on the interest of their employees. Many organisations are providing special classes for rural people during weekends,conducting sports meet for school childern in the nearby villages.Tata is one best company where you can find such works on large scale.So everyone can contribute to social sector even though he is in corporate or some other field.

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Aakanksha said: (Feb 23, 2011)  
yes ofcource ...and one should alwaz make sure that he or she definately gives onez contribution towards the society..its business ethics to talk in favor of the society which is very important factor in the maitanence of the goodwill of the organization.

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Meenakshi said: (Jan 25, 2011)  
Hi everyone, you know when u think about ur self what u hv done in our corporate office and surrounding you will in office you will do ur job coz u r getting money but if you do something around u or in ur social society that u r doing with your happyiness u r not burdened. That is true happiness which u get to do something for poor people or do something for your society. U will get innerstrength yes u have done very job.

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Manish Swaroop said: (Dec 20, 2010)  
Of course,one can contribute in the social sector while being employed in corporate sector because it's our duty to have a healthy social environment and doesn't need complete time (i:e 24x7).All we need to do pay attention and work for this at least twice or thrice in a month .

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Shailesh said: (Dec 14, 2010)  
Yes! Contributing to the social sector doesn't mean giving your 100%. Its just a matter of 1%. Many of the corporate sectors are off on weekends, Taking out some time for some social cause would really make a contribution. Many of the students working on college projects do surveys by visiting the NGO's just for the sake of completion of their tasks. In this case when you are getting something from the society why not contribute to the society.

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Jaya said: (Dec 12, 2010)  
Of course one can contribute both in corporate and social activities. Its based on individuals thinking only. We have to take it as our responsibility to do so. Every humans are born to helping others. So we do do our level best for our society.

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Rishitha said: (Dec 9, 2010)  
Yes every body will have time at d weekends at least for one hour so if we contribute to society our soles must satisfy that we are doing a good thing. And it is obviously true it is good thing we must maintain our time and effort when working in corporates then their no possible to say that time is not enough to contribute our society.

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Krishna said: (Dec 3, 2010)  
Yes its certainly true that a corporate, for that matter any one should also contribute to social sector. Its a simple equation. We are taking many things from the society for our personal development. Obviously as a responsible human being we have a duty to contribute for the society. And it does not really involve monetary contribution all the times. We can also give moral support to many under privileged kids of the society.

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Neha Gupta said: (Oct 31, 2010)  
I think it does not depend on whether you belong to rich class or poor class it all depend on your will, if you want to contribute to society you can do it by extracting 1 hour from your job every day or few hour from your weekend like teaching poor class student even start with those student who comes to your house for work, join any club which organize activities for society.

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M.Santhoshi said: (Oct 22, 2010)  
According to my view being a corporate employee we can also contribute our time for social activity's in weekends as some corporates giving holiday in week ends. If we do so some of our neighbours will also show the interest on doing social activities.

If we are doing like this then our next generation also know what is society and how we should work, live in society. If we are escaping by saying no im not having time or I'm too busy then often some days our next generation will ask to us wt is society mam/dad just like some children don't know about some animals.

So every one should contribute some of time for social works in one or the other day.

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Shelly said: (Oct 21, 2010)  
Yes of course. One can b a part of social sector, while being into corporate world. For ex: TISS (TATA Institute of Social Sciences). TATA is one of the largest businesses in the country but. In spite of being into the corporate world, this initiative by TATA group shows an effort by it to be into the social sector. Apart from this, indirectly also this is contributing to the social sector, as the students passing out from this institute, will be a part of the social sector.

So, in my view, corporate and social sector can definitely go hand in hand.

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Tejas said: (Oct 21, 2010)  
Why we are living in such kind of society if we are thinking the life in real manners it must be. Without society there is no value of money. Money is for life then life is core relate to society. We brought up in society, our future will have to grow. Which one is necessary. ? obviously society is must either you are corporate employee or business man.

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Srinath said: (Oct 18, 2010)  
Yes, ofcourse I agree with Mr. Raju to some extent.

One can! In my openion participating parallel in both sectors for the long time couldn't be that much easy, as working in corporate world finds finds ourselves with no time and social work needs that, initially it feels good, but as the responsibilities increase either in any field. May push ourselves into great stress, even into depression of not doing justice to any of fields.

One can search for the minds thinking the same at work, forming a group, discussing the issues involved, sharing the responsibilities, moving collectively can only make a good contributer to society, but also makes oneself satisfied with whatever being done.

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Harsh said: (Oct 14, 2010)  
It will depend on your company business or the Social organisation in which you want to involved. If both are in same group or Aim then you could not attempt social activity during your job tenure but if there are different type of Product or activity of your current organization or the Social Unit in which you want to do participate, there are no any rule who can stop you.

This is real Good thought if everybody involved in social sector then Our Social life will be improve.

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Raju said: (Oct 11, 2010)  
If there is Will there is way. There is no meaning in saying I don't have time. If we think well we can do lot of contribution to the society with little money, time and effort. They can paying your income tax at the right time, creating your software or website for non profit organisations and donations to the various charity sites like rotary.

As a corporate employ if you have good money you have to contribute more to the society since all money comes from the society.

If you want to contribute something to society there is no difference between corporate employ, middle-class person, poor man. Any one contribute to the society in someway in my opinion we all must do.

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Susu said: (Oct 7, 2010)  
Friends. You all are concentrating only on money but think of the other side. The effort and the time that can be spent for social work. It will be limiting them from doing that if a person is employed in corporate.

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Soumya Prakash Pani said: (Oct 1, 2010)  
Yes. In today's life everyone wants money but we are living in a society. We are totally dependent on our environment. So any how we have to contribute some part of us means some time to social sector.

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Ashwini said: (Sep 25, 2010)  
If anyone thinks to contribute in social sector he can manage it while involve in corporate world! It depends on person to person how to deal with situation means - doing job and contributing to social sector.

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Theboss said: (Sep 19, 2010)  
It's the mind set of person who in a corporate company.

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Akshay said: (Sep 18, 2010)  
Yes it is the important thing nowadays because everyone is wants only money but no social work so everyone should contribute to social sector.

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Swapnil said: (Jul 14, 2010)  
Yes!Its not necessary that if u are in the corporate sector then u cant contribute in social sector..u can contribute in both the sectors.....and u cant discard from social environment also...

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Swagata said: (Jul 4, 2010)  
Yes! And it should be...if one wishes to one should be able to. What's wrong with being a corporate employee??? You cannot discard someone from a social environment

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