Social Policy

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All social issues have negative consequences for a large chunk of the population and that is generally recognized as a condition or behavior that needs to be acknowledged and addressed. Here at CPRG, we understand the social problems in our society and the world along with the causes that lead to these issues. We also acknowledge the efforts of governments towards solving these and the implementation of the said solutions. These social problems may include issues with education policies, housing, poverty, environment, unemployment, citizenship, and migration. Our ambit extends to all aspects of these social policies and issues related to them, thereby adopting a solution-oriented approach to tackle them with efficiency.

Our collaboration with the Government of India and various State Governments, along with the support from corporates, individual donors, and well-wishers have helped us to grow and serve many causes. We commit to fulfilling our duties and social responsibilities.


Coal Crisis in India: Causes and Ramifications

The scarcity of resources has remained a fundamental question since the beginning of time and the increasingly depleting non-renewable sources of energy has made the world ponder upon the issue more... more

July 16, 2022

Restructuring the Armed Forces: Agnipath Yojana

For recruiting soldiers across the three services (Army, Navy, and Air force), the government of India revealed its new Agnipath programme. The government approved the scheme on 14th June 2022.... more

June 29, 2022

Financial Inclusion

The ability to acquire formal financial products and services is referred to as financial inclusion. Experts argue that households and individuals who possess such products and use such services are... more

May 31, 2022

Vaccines and Aid: Tools of the Trade

Once the vaccines were developed (the fastest developed and approved vaccines in history), they have become an essential geopolitical tool in international relations. It is pertinent to remember that... more

August 12, 2021

Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020

The internet revolution has opened a new avenue of business through e-commerce but it has also incresed frauds against the consumers. Therefore in 2020 rules were introduced for their... more

August 13, 2020

Migrant Crisis: Who is Responsible?

Due to impose of lockdown many workers were forced to move back to their hometown but what about their transportation and governments non-participation in... more

June 14, 2020





        Judiciary has played a crucial role in the development of the society but the problems in Judiciary can serve as a hindrance in... more

        November 27, 2022


        Judiciary has played a crucial role in the development of the society but the problems in Judiciary can serve as a hindrance in... more

        October 7, 2022

        Climate Change

        This issue focuses on the ravages of climate change, especially on the coastal zone of India. It emphasizes the economic and social... more

        August 7, 2022

        Surrogacy and Abortion Laws

        This edition talks about surrogacy and abortion laws in India and the World through a wide lense involving multifarious... more

        July 7, 2022

        Food Crisis

        This issue of the newsletter highlights the trends in the global food crisis across the globe, including the ukrainian food... more

        June 7, 2022