NSE Business Responsibility Report
NSE in association with Stakeholders Empowerment Services (SES) have carried out a study to assess and compare the disclosure practices reported in Business Responsibility Report (BRR) by Top 100 listed companies. BRR, as per the template prescribed by SEBI in its circular, is divided into five sections. The study has analysed BRR as well as Sustainability Reports of the sample companies by capturing data which is either straight forward quantitative or which can be quantified from BRR as well as Sustainability Reports of the sample companies.
Business Responsibility Reporting: Disclosures and Practices (2017-18)
Business Responsibility Reporting: Disclosures and Practices (2016-17)
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