This study aims to describe the concept of CSR in the perspective of Islamic economics and its position on Islamic banking and know the constraints and efforts in the implementation. This research uses a qualitative paradigm with field research type using the normative and socio-economic theology approach.CSR in Islamic economics aberpegang on some principles that is the principle of Tawheed, Caliph, Justice, Ukhuwah and realize maslahah. Departing from these principles then then appears some criteria that can be used as an indicator for sharia banks in the implementation of its CSR. These criteria are the criteria of Shariah compliance, justice and equality, responsible for work, welfare, sustainability and social assistance.Based on the results of annual report analysis and sustainability report, the authors found that not all CSR bank syraiah criteria were disclosed by the three banks studied. There are several criteria of CSR syariah banks that have not been presented such as lack of programs related to nature conservation, non-halal income USAge for CSR, uneven distribution of programs, targeting of CSR activities, lack of partnerships, socialization of activities and understanding of implementation, on-site evaluation as well as program sustainability. The CSR criteria on Sharia banks is an offer to sharia banks in implementing their CSR programs to conform to principles in Islamic economics.