Parliament Committee on Subordinate Legislation to discuss Corporate Social Responsibility
27 June, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava
Parliamentary Committee on Subordinate Legislation will focus on reviewing the accomplishment of CSR goals and legislative requirements
Today’s meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on Subordinate Legislation will focus on reviewing the accomplishment of CSR goals and legislative requirements.
The Committee will talk about matters outlined in the Companies Act of 2013, the Companies (CSR Policy) Rules of 2014, and any ensuing amendments. Akhilesh Prasad Singh, a Congressman, will preside over the meeting, which will begin at 11.30 a.m. within the Parliament building.
There are 15 members of the Committee, who come from various backgrounds and political parties.
The duties of the Committee on Subordinate Legislation include investigating and informing the House of any improper use of the authorities granted by the Constitution or delegated by Parliament to enact regulations, rules, sub-rules, and bye-laws.
The committee also examines whether the executive branch is effectively using the powers granted to it by the Constitution or by Parliament to create laws, rules, and regulations.
Both the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha, the two chambers of Parliament, contain it.
There are 15 members of the Committee in both chambers. In the Loksabha and Rajya Sabha, the Speaker and Chairman, respectively, designate members. This committee is not open to ministers.
The Speaker or the Committee’s Chairman chooses one of its members to serve as Chairman. In talks, the chairman alone has a casting vote.