Thursday, June 30, 2011


The motto of Twenty19 is built on - "Listen to students, understand them, give them what they need”. The name Twenty19 symbolizes the vibrant and passionate tribe of college students in their late teens & early twenties.

Twenty19 believes that the real learning for a student lies beyond the four walls of a classroom. Students can gain meaningful knowledge and skills only when they take initiatives and get hands on experience in the real world. This platform enables students to equip themselves in the best possible way to live their dream career.

Twenty19 spent their initial days hanging around in the college canteens and corridors interacting with students to understand them and their needs. Twenty19 team adds that they exist to make real impact on real people, everyday. For them the inspiration to continuously do good come from witnessing the students benefit from twenty19. The potential to bring about a real change drives them! 

Twenty19 big vision is to enable every student to be in a position to choose and pursue their dream career.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Tata Jagriti Yatra

Tata Jagriti Yatra is an annual train journey that that takes hundreds of India's highly motivated youth (with some participation of international students) between the ages of 20-25 and experienced professionals with age above 25, on a eighteen day national odyssey, introducing them to unsung heroes of India.

The aim is to awaken the spirit of entrepreneurship - both social and economic - within India's youth by exposing them to individuals and institutions that are developing unique solutions to India's challenges. The vision of Tata Jagriti Yatra is to inspire young Indians living in the middle of the Indian demographic diamond (Rs 40-Rs 120 per day) to lead development by taking to enterprise. By doing so, they can turn from being job seekers to job creators. 

The message of the Yatra is expressed through Jagriti Geet – 'Yaaron Chalo, Badalne Ki Rut hai' a message is of a positive change through enterprise. Instead of bemoaning what is wrong with the country, our participants and the Jagriti fraternity takes action by enterprise led development to make India better.

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Sunday, June 26, 2011

LETS INTERN, winner of Economic Times Power of Ideas 2010, is organizing the internship and career services market space in India by connecting Students, Colleges and Companies on one platform. It attracted more than 3000 students from top colleges like IIT, St. Stephens, SRCC, LSR, St. Xavier’s, Presidency, Christ, BITS etc in a small span of 9-10 months to their web portal. received grant from Government of India to scale their services and got internship postings from India’s biggies like Ernst & Young, Titan, FCUK, Radio One,,, Paul Mitchell, CIIE – IIM’Abad, NEWSX, Qua Mineral Water, Zee TV, Indian Angel Network etc.

It strives to bridge the gap between the job seeker and the job provider in the form of internships and trainings. The site provides internship in diverse areas like media, consumer goods, legal, technology, finance, law, architecture, engineering and marketing. 

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Friday, June 24, 2011


Technospot.IN, a brain child of Ashish and Manav, is a web portal which strives to help Indians locating resources which can be helpful in their daily life by finding exclusive, untold and unfolded insights of India. 

Technospot vision is to bring forward unknown yet resourceful informative sites, start-ups, thoughts and discussions to make people more aware of India and Indian bases. It aims to help people to find, learn and use information scattered around and make them more productive.

The site first started to let people know about the beautiful Mughal city Agra has widen its horizon and now caters to several Indian genres, Indian Culture, Indian Start-ups, Indian Tech, etc., their sister site, helps user to understand computer, internet and mobile in a better, safe and productive manner. 

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Devashish Chakravarty


Devashish Chakravarty, India's only two times CAT 100 percentile scorer( CAT 2004 & CAT 2006), is a retired Army Major with 13 years experience with the Indian Army, including 4 major Operations. He also received a Gold Medal for being the Best All-rounder of the 2007 batch at IIM Ahmedabad.

At the age of 33 he topped one of the toughest tests in the country and two years later at 35 he declined a salary offer of Rs 1 crore, the highest so far to an IIM student, to plunge into an unknown arena of entrepreneurship. Devashish Chakravarty recalls how his passion to do something on his own before he gets too old took him to take such an eye-popping step.

Chakravarty along with his batch mate Vineeta started their garment businesswomen’s inner-wear production and retailing — along with two other IIM-A students, Bhushan Dabir and Vishal Prabhukhanolkar.

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Dream A Dream

Dream A Dream was founded in November 1999. The twelve founder dreamers were Arjun Dugal, Brinda Jacob, Neha Shah, Pramod Ramprasad, Rahul Mathur, Rashmi Bajaj, Sandeep Wadhwa, Shweta Kothari, Supreeta Sampath, Vipul Chhabria, Vishal Talreja & Vishwa Prasad.

Dream A Dream empowers children from vulnerable backgrounds by developing life skills while at the same time sensitizing the community through active volunteering leading to a non-discriminatory society where unique differences are appreciated. 

Dream A Dream provides children from vulnerable backgrounds with non-traditional educational opportunities designed to allow them to explore, innovate and build important life skills. These life skills are fundamental to child/youth development and to the successful transition into adulthood and becoming fully functioning and productive members of our society.

Dream A Dream programs allow children to develop:

·         Interpersonal skills including teamwork, communications, negotiation and coping skills.
·         Cognitive skills such as decision-making, problem solving and critical thinking.
·         Creativity, confidence, self-awareness and a passion for learning.

They have empowered over 3000 children referred from 12 NGO partners, through an active and enthusiastic base of 1500 volunteers in Bangalore, participating with a professional and skilled Dream Team who works under the guidance of a strong, committed and dynamic Board.

Vishal Talreja, Director & Founder Member adds  "We came together because we thought we could make a difference in a very small way. None of us realized the power we were unleashing - The Power of One. We didn't know how far we would take Dream A Dream, but what we did know was that our lives would never be the same again and we would greatly impact the lives of a few children." 

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Monday, June 20, 2011

THE 99

Dr. Naif Al-Mutawa, the creator of THE 99 saw a need for new role models that children from China to Chad to Canada could relate to as their own without the parochial influence of any nation, religion or individual. 

For the very same purpose Teshkeel Media Group launched THE 99 in a traditional comic book series. THE 99 are those young role models.  The idea was to offer new role models of superheroes born of Middle East history and Islamic archetypes that possess values shared by the entire world. 

Although the series is based on Islamic concepts, it is promoted as appealing to universal virtues, and the religion of each character is not made explicit. The concept of The 99 is based on the 99 attributes of Allah. Many of these names refer to characteristics that can be possessed by human individuals. For example – generosity, strength, faithfulness, wisdom are all virtues encouraged by a number of faiths.

Soon THE 99 will appear on television screens throughout the world. With its production partner, Endemol UK twenty-six episodes of THE 99 animated television series are reaching completion. 

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Sunday, June 19, 2011

Leaders For Tomorrow

Leaders for Tomorrow Foundation is a NOT FOR PROFIT youth based NGO aimed at awakening the social consciousness of youth by encouraging them in volunteerism and personality development. It’s a platform for youths to exchange ideas for social change and an opportunity for putting these ideas into action. They aim at sensitizing the youth with many relevant programmes and empower the millions of youth to be the AGENTS OF CHANGE. 

Leaders for Tomorrow is a youth movement that started from a small initiative by the founder, Mr. Binoy Job, Director for Media and Communications to the Prime Minister of India. 

Their soul motto is to develop change makers and channelize the great potential of the youth towards Nation Building. They provide opportunistic platform where youths can express their views, generate ideas, interact with senior leaders and achievers, educate themselves on issues of public importance, learn new skills, enhance personality and in the process ignite the LEADER IN YOU. They aim at grooming college students in leadership and social development. Thus, to make YOUTH the most important factor in nation building.

The base unit of ‘Leaders for Tomorrow’ is its branch in a college or an educational institution. This smallest unit is called the 'Leaders for Tomorrow Club.' The unit for every state or central university is called a 'Leaders for Tomorrow Chapter.' Their Annual programmes comprises of a Youth Leadership Summit, a Youth Festival for Social Development and a Youth Awakening Rally.

Leaders for Tomorrow has become a turning point for many young aspiring students, who have achieved laurels in Development Sector, Public Policy, Journalism, Management and Leadership. Today, Leaders for Tomorrow with more than 32,000 student members from universities and colleges in Delhi, has become the largest youth movement in Delhi/NCR. 

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Saturday, June 18, 2011


Aditya Singh and Vidhan Ashok's vision of having an organization where there is Passion for Excellence, Inclusive Development, Peace and Harmony led to the foundation of Alexis on 1st November, 2009.

Alexis is an International Not-for-Profit & Non-Political Organisation with Passion for Excellence. It focuses on providing a platform for youth leadership development, offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens, to change the world, and to get experience and skills that matters the most.

It mainly consists of socially motivated Students and Young Professionals with different Academic, Ethnic, Social and Economic backgrounds from Best Institutes around the World.

Alexis strives hard to develop and encourage all types of cultural and literary activities like Music, Literature, Painting, Sketching, Graphic Designing, Photography, Film Making, Journalism so on by providing education and training in above mentioned respective fields. Not only this but also it provides career counseling and impart useful personality development tips to students. It promotes activities like Family Planning, HIV/AIDS Awareness, TB & Polio Awareness, Rural Development, Health-care Facilities, Women Empowerment, Adult Education, Skill Development etc. and coordinate with Government, Non-Government Organizations, International Organizations, Citizen Groups, Public & Private Institutions, Companies, Firms and Individuals in these and various other areas.

Alexis conducts theatre plays, producing documentaries on social causes like welfare and development of scheduled caste and scheduled tribe people, welfare of women and children and also on cultural activities like music, history, folklore, tribal art etc. It publishes and distributes useful literary works for the welfare and development of minorities, scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and other backward classes and also for Youth, Women and Child Welfare (including rehabilitation programmes). It also conducts conduct awareness programmes on various social, environmental and economic issues and various policies of Central & State Governments.

Alexis promotes literacy, scientific, cultural and social improvement of all classes of community, of both sexes, by conducting lectures, workshops, conferences, seminars and competitions.

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Thursday, June 16, 2011

Rajvir Singh

Rajvir Singh is a budding entrepreneur who is the man behind North Fastener Institute, an institute providing Industrial Automation training to engineering students with a mission to bridge the technical skill gap between engineering students and industries.

Along with the training, emphasis is given in enhancing the personality of a student by organizing group discussion, quiz, entrepreneurship seminars and workshops. Not only this but also NFI provides 100% free training to college toppers and poor students.

A Mechatronics and Industrial automation diploma graduate from north India only institute Indo Swiss Training Centre, Chandigarh worked initially with Moserbaer. He sums up his entrepreneurship venture of opening a technical insitiute only for the automation purpose by citing an example from his work experince in Moserbaer. 

He saw that all the machines working in Moserbaer were imported and serviced by international companies causing tremendous financial pressure. He came up with an idea of opening an automation institute in the heart of technical education capital of north India for building automation expertise among the engineering mind. 

“Provide right education at right time” is the driving force behind Rajvir entrepreneurship vision. 

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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The James Dyson Foundation

The James Dyson Foundation is founded by Sir James Dyson, an English industrial designer, in the year 2002 to support design and engineering education. He is best known as the inventor of the Dual Cyclone bag-less vacuum cleaner which works on cyclonic separation. The foundation encourages young people to think differently, make mistakes and invent. Its soul motive is to inspire and support future Edisons and Brunels.
On May 5, James Dyson hosted a design workshop for young students in Chicago to mark the launch of the James Dyson Foundation in the US. The foundation encourages more American students to become future engineers and inventors. 

James Dyson inspirational words echoed in the heart and mind of everyone present when he said: "Young people have an innate inventive streak. They’re not stifled by experience – they take risks and are excellent problem-solvers. They fail everyday – exactly the making of a great engineer. We’re encouraging children to use their hands and heads, make mistakes and learn."

The idea of supporting good ideas with business expertise stems from James Dyson’s own experience as an inventor who was determined to develop bag-less vacuum technology and launch a business in a recession.

Another way the foundation inspires young minds is the James Dyson Awards. The James Dyson Award is an international design award that "celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers". It is organized and run by the James Dyson Foundation charitable trust, and is open to graduates (or recent graduates) in the fields of product design, industrial design and engineering.

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Monday, June 13, 2011

Injustices Foundation

Aditya Sood humble nature led to the foundation of Injustices, a non-profit organization full of youths working for plethora of noble causes.

The main objectives of the foundation are:

1. Raising funds for disaster victims/noble causes through Red Cross.
2. Covering the normal life of a common human being.
3. Helping the needy by providing neutral humanitarian care to the people who need support.
4. Organizing events for raising funds.

For time to time the foundation organized various social events across the country. Some of their successful events were organizing Health Programs for the people of Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula and raising funds for the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami victims

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Sunday, June 12, 2011

Rahul Mehta-a true nationalist

Rahul Mehta, a 42 year old, is the founder member of the Right to Recall Group. A computer science graduate from IIT Delhi who later went on to do his MS in Computer Science at Rutgers University beside developing software in a US firm studied  US police, courts, Military, banking, money creation, administration etc for several years. Later, Indian Government filthy attitude compelled him to study Indian courts, police, banking, money creation, administration etc.

He contested against the mighty BJP leader Shri L.K. Advani in the last general elections only to make people aware about Right to Recall law. His uniqueness lies in the fact that his election campaign consisted of only 5 newspaper advertisements and some 20000 pamphlets without any slogans or shrills. He even for once never tried to organize rallies and poll campaigns in his favor to ouster his competitors as he thought it all to be wastage of both time and money of not only his and but the public as a whole. 

He painstakingly campaigns and fight for the cause of bringing Right to Recall as one of the fundamental rights. And in absence of Right to Recall, all promises made by our politicians are useless. RRG is perhaps first and the only political group in India where donations are prohibited.

Journalists: Y. Rohit; S. Rachit
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Friday, June 10, 2011

HarVa-Harnessing value of Rural India

About 72 percent of India's billion-plus people live in rural areas. Traditionally, rural economy is characterized by village farming, modern agriculture, handicrafts, and a wide range of support services. HarVa works for improving the lifestyle of rural India.
HarVa means Green for the villages and stands for “Harnessing Value” of rural India. HarVa, a rural start up primarily focuses on Skill Development, BPO, Community based farming and Microfinance, aspires for sustainable inclusive growth by creating value in the heart of Rural India which happens to be the Real India. HarVa specializes in finding the right approach to achieving maximum social, economic and environmental sustainability through appropriate development in rural India. 

HarVa believes in collective growth and endeavors to train entire village families and employ them according to their skill which helps in not only building strong relationships but also ensuring that attrition is minimal. It enhances productivity and efficiency by bringing in the feeling of competitiveness. 

Most of the HarVa’s out-of-the-box ideas may seem unconventional yet they prove beneficial in bringing about sustainable rural transformation and redefines present mindset of people. Their biggest asset lies in the fact that every person associated with HarVa is a social entrepreneur with the ability to visualize and articulate new approach of problem solving.

Passion of Ajay Chaturvedi, founder & Chairman, and team to make a positive difference in rural India despite facing significant social, economic and ecological challenges is praiseworthy.

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