The programme is aimed at creating an opportunity for India’s youth to actively work towards addressing development issues while building a deeper understanding of the dynamics of poverty and development.
The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library invites all interested to a Public Lecture in the ‘Science, Society and Nature’ series on ‘Rescuing Nature from Growth and Equity’.
Water Wheels, an innovative concept to help rural women in India prevent carrying water on their head and hurting themselves.
The fight against climate change gets a shot in the arm through the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme!
Delhi Greens welcomes all its members, subscribers and readers to a happy and warm New Year! 2012 will be challenging not only because Delhi will play host to the Rio+20 COP this year but also because the now 100 year ‘young’ “Delhi capital” enters the next phase of its existence as the political nerve center of the world’s largest democracy.
For those of you who were inspired by Shahrukh Khan’s frustration in Swades and are concerned about India’s overall development, the time has come! The State Bank of India (SBI) has initiated a Youth for India fellowship programme funded and managed by the SBI in partnership with other NGOs. The […]
On the night of November 15, 2010, when most people slept, the ‘world class city’ of Delhi woke up to a disturbing slumber of city planning that ‘buried’ the safety of its citizens.
Wantrapreneur, the Business Plan Competition for social entrepreneurs is an annual affair hosted by Villgro. Wantrapreneur is about identifying and recognizing innovative social enterprises that have the potential to transform rural lives. It is an amazing opportunity for all those who have a social enterprise that can change lives. The […]
A research project on generating energy from walking, at the IIT-D Tech Fest The famous quote which says, ‘necessity is the mother of all inventions’ has been the driving force behind many engineering innovations and studies. The Open House 2010 hosted by the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi on April […]
Inviting graduates, post graduatesand young working professionals across disciplines…to be a part of the solution! Gandhi Fellowship , an initiative of Kaivalya Education Foundation is an intensive 2-year programme that helps talented young people develop the leadership skills to cause disproportionate positive change in society. The Fellowship challenges these young […]
When we say ‘Our Delhi’ we mean it is our city, the city belongs to us and not to all those ‘others’ who are coming to the city in search of jobs or higher education. Therefore we have some preconceived notions about who we consider as outsiders, migrants. The popular […]
CHIRAG is organizing a two week foundation course meant for youth, in the Nainital District of Uttarakhand.