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List of Exhibitors
Friends Union for Energising Lives (FUEL)
Friends Union for Energising Lives (FUEL) is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide the youth of the nation with access to essential information about career opportunities.
Samanvay Research and Development Foundation
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Dalmia Bharat Foundation
Dalmia Bharat Limited is a dynamic and forward-looking cement manufacturing company focused on delivering green growth through a strong people-led and passion-driven business approach. Anticipating future trends in construction, and simultaneously pre-empting global environmental concerns, they operate on a growth model that is designed to deliver higher efficiencies across every facet of their business.
With their strict adherence to industry-best practices, they have attained the distinction of having one of the lowest per tonne manufacturing cost in Indian cement sector, as well as the lowest carbon footprint in the world. Amongst the fastest-growing cement groups in India, the company has a large expanse of manufacturing facilities, spread across 11 strategic locations with market presence in 21 Indian states, and equipped with the best-in-class machinery and systems.
Their CSR Foundation, the Dalmia Bharat Foundation was set up in 2009 to expand the programmes and projects of the company’s CSR division. With this independent entity, Dalmia re-affirm their determination to be an aware and effective corporate citizen. They believe in the limitless potential of the human being and focus on community driven, beneficiary centric development programmes.
For more information, please visit www.dalmiabharatfoundation.org
Smile Train is the world’s largest cleft non-profit organization with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem: cleft lip and palate.
Smile Train empowers local medical professionals with training, funding, and resources to provide 100% free cleft surgery and comprehensive cleft care to children in their own communities. They advance a sustainable solution and scalable global health model for cleft treatment, drastically improving children’s lives, including their ability to eat, breathe, speak, and ultimately thrive. The organisation vision is to create a world where everyone has access to safe, high-quality comprehensive cleft care and is able to live a full and healthy life.
Smile Train has an expansive pan India program with 150+ hospitals in 100+ towns and cities and 300+ cleft medical professionals. Since the year 2000, Smile Train has supported more than 625,000 life-changing cleft surgeries in India.
To learn more about how Smile Train's India’s sustainable approach, please visit smiletrainindia.org.
Learning Links Foundation
Learning Links Foundation (LLF) is a Not-for-Profit Trust, established in 2002, with a vision to foster a future where education is optimally delivered and learning is truly inspired. We inspire true learning from an early age and create links to enable learning across different stages of life.
Manbhum Ananda Ashram Nityananda Trust (MANT)
Manbhum Ananda Ashram Nityananda Trust (MANT) is a non-profit, non-racial, non-political, non-religious development organization registered in India in 1959, working in the field of Basic Education, Health Improvement and Livelihood Development; MANT is targeted to ameliorate the immense sufferings of the marginalized section of the contemporary society and to empower them to strive for their own development in the districts of Purulia, Birbhum, Jalpaiguri, Kolkata and gradually in other parts of West Bengal, India
The Trust believes in the people-centered development through empowerment of marginalized people. It stipulates the dictum that integrated development is a process in which people take the conscious initiative to manage resources for the people, thereby ensuring people’s participation, which leads to the development by the people.
To know more, visit https://mant.org.in/
BML Munjal University
Named after the chairman and founder of the Hero Group, Dr. Brijmohan Lall Munjal, BML Munjal University is engaged in creating, preserving and imparting internationally benchmarked knowledge and skills to a diverse community of students from across the world. BMU’s aim is to nurture ethical leaders who are skilled, knowledgeable and have the life skills needed to lead organisations to success. BMU seeks to transform higher education in India by creating a world-class and innovative teaching, learning and research environment. Founded by the Hero Group and mentored by Imperial College London, BMU is a not-for-profit initiative offering undergraduate and post-graduate courses.
The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We build connections, understanding and trust between people in the UK and other countries through arts and culture, education and the English language. We work in two ways – directly with individuals to transform their lives, and with governments and partners to make a bigger difference for the longer term, creating benefit for millions of people all over the world.
We are a globally trusted brand and have expertise in education and language teaching, all art forms and creative industries, youth and community engagement, governance and reform. We work with a wide range of Indian partners in cities all over India enabling British and Indian experts to meet and collaborate and to nurture mutually beneficial relationships.
We help young people gain skills, confidence and connections they are looking for to realise their potential and to participate in strong and inclusive communities. We support them to learn English, to get a high-quality education and to gain internationally recognised qualifications. Our work in arts and culture stimulates creative expression and exchange and nurtures creative enterprise.
We work on the ground in more than 100 countries. In 2019-20, we connected with 80 million people directly and with 791 million overall, including online and through our broadcasts and publications. Founded in 1934, we are a UK charity governed by Royal Charter and a UK public body.
British Council aims to partner with India’s knowledge ambitions and economic growth by creating opportunities for young people to succeed in a global environment. This will be done by building connections, trust and understanding between the UK and India. By 2025, we aim to reach 100 million young people in India, through education, English language teaching and training and, arts and culture. We will support the ambitions of young people in India to study or work overseas
Our work in India
We create opportunities for young people in the country by:
Supporting higher education, knowledge and research exchange.
Accelerating student mobility between India and the UK.
Enabling high quality education in schools with English language training for teachers, educators and students.
Driving innovation and upskilling in the Arts and Culture sector.
Center for Water and Sanitation
The Center for Water and Sanitation is a part of the CEPT Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) at CEPT University, Ahmedabad. CWAS carries out activities related to action research and capacity building by working closely with city and state governments and enabling them to improve delivery of services. CWAS began work in 2009 with a pioneering WASH Performance Assessment System, aligned with the Service Level Benchmarking initiative of Government of India. Over the past decade it has been deployed in over 1000 Indian cities. PAS has precipitated more programmes that align with the current priorities and policies of India including a series of city sanitation projects for piloting innovative approaches in faecal sludge and septage management and the principles of CityWide Inclusive Sanitation. Lessons from these cities feed into state level implementation of Swachh Bharat Mission, where CWAS is a technical partner to the Government of Maharashtra. With water re-emerging as a focus in development discourse, CWAS is revisiting its efforts in water governance towards supporting governments in their water and sanitation reform by providing policy and technical advice, developing water governance knowledge and helping to strengthen institutional capacity.
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With the support of several CSR, government, and NGO partners, Deskit has already made its way to more than 3,50,000 students across 19 states in India.
Public Health Technologies Trust (PHTT)
Public Health Technologies Trust (PHTT), a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to the deployment of affordable health technologies for the public good.
Neither money nor technology alone can improve access to comprehensive, quality health care services. PHTT acts as a bridge between fundraisers and technology providers. PHTT uses state-of-the-art diagnostic solutions and ecosystems, design tools and cloud technology to empower the Indian population to obtain better health delivery. Individuals are trained and equipped with above mentioned ecosystems to be social health entrepreneurs. Using these solutions corporates can also contribute to various health initiatives launched by the government like Anemia Mukt Bharat. PHTT can help organizations with complete outsourcing of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) from initiation, planning, execution, performance monitoring to project closure.
By bringing together disciplines of engineering, system design, usability, designers, and public health specialists, PHTT aims to define a comprehensive methodology for the development of appropriate technologies for public health. PHTT also aims to develop research centers for affordable health technologies and global health affordable technologies.
PHTT has expertise in researching, planning, training, and executing. Since 2014, Public Health Technologies Trust has executed many projects and has successfully made a positive impact on the health and livelihood of many people in the far-flung areas.
Srinivasan Services Trust
About the organization
Srinivasan Services Trust (SST) is a Non-Profit and non-governmental organization, (CSR arm of Sundaram-Clayton Ltd and TVS Motor Company Ltd) carrying out rural development activities since 1996 in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Maharashtra.
SST’s holistic approach focuses on key areas of Economic Development, Health, Education, Infrastructure, Environment and Social and Cultural Development in the villages. SST works with about 280 field staff live and work in villages.
Vision: To be a partner in transformation of rural communities and urban slums by empowering people to achieve sustainable development
Mission: To take our model of empowerment and transformational change to more than 50,000 villages, so they become sustainable and self-reliant communities. We will reach this goal by partnering with both the government and other companies working together to create a prosperous rural India
At SST, we have identified six areas of work. While each community and individual have different needs, progress can only be sustained when the development process touches key aspects of everyone’s life. We nudge communities to embrace better practices and a higher quality of life and focus our efforts on these broad areas. Our program of inclusive change aims for better health, income, education, infrastructure, environment, and social development.
SST follows an approach of integrated but holistic and sustainable development, focusing on providing financial security and economic well-being, health care, education, infrastructure development, clean and green environment, and social & cultural development to the rural communities. SST works as a conduit between the government and local communities, enabling people to access various government schemes and benefits. SST’s attempt is to make people independent and drivers of change themselves. The idea is to eventually convert individual beneficiaries into community leaders, who in turn motivate and guide others to bring about social and economic transformation of communities.
In the words of Mr Venu Srinivasan, Managing Trustee, SST –
“This development-led model breaks down traditional barriers of income-inequality and creates new kinds of leadership. In SST’s villages, the community takes charge of the change it wants to make and works to make it happen.”
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Institutional Biodata – LEPRA SOCIETY – BLUE PETER PUBLIC HEALTH AND RESEARCH CENTRE
LEPRA Society is a non-governmental organization that promotes initiates and fosters new developments and implementation of quality health care services. Registered as LEPRA Society under the Andhra Pradesh (Telangana areas) Public Societies’ Act 1350 Fasli (Act of 1350 F) No 474 on 22nd February 1989, it is an independent not-for-profit NGO, with no religious, ideological or political affiliation. The Blue Peter Public Health & Research Centre (BPHRC) established in the year of 1999, is the Research Wing of LEPRA Society and is recognized as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (SIRO), by the Government of India, Ministry of Science, and Technology. Purpose of research at BPHRC is to generate new scientific evidence that could lead to innovations in the field of diagnosis, better treatment modalities and disability/morbidity prevention in leprosy, TB and other neglected diseases of relevance to India. The work at BPHRC caters to the needs of the most marginalized, needy and vulnerable sections of the society. The center closely works with the public health programme at State and National level through LEPRA’s field sites across Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha and Telangana. LEPRA BPHRC has a state-of-the-art laboratory facility for conducting thematic research especially in the field of molecular diagnostics, antimicrobial resistance in the areas of wound care, leprosy and TB. BPHRC advocates for evidence-led policies for immediate application into healthcare, through its partnership with Govt. healthcare programmes and academic institutes. The donations for scientific research at LEPRA society (BPHRC) provides 150% exemption from income tax, under the Section 35 1 (ii) of IT act, GoI.
Our mission is to empower people and businesses to be change agents for the betterment of themselves by developing innovative, easy-to-use, practical, and accessible biogas systems.
WOTR’s mandate is to reduce poverty through community mobilization for sustainable watershed development and integrated rural development. WOTR grew out of the Indo-German Watershed Development Project (IGWDP) launched in 1989 by Father Hermann Bacher, who is considered the father of the participatory watershed movement in India.
WOTR has worked in 3,970 villages and has impacted over 3.95 million people cumulatively since 1993. These figures cover projects in all its areas of implementation, trainings and capacity building activities.
Karadi Path Education Company Pvt. Ltd.
Karadi Path Education Company Pvt. Ltd. (KPEC) was founded with the mission to ‘provide high impact low-cost programs, to deliver English proficiency to children and adults through the indigenously developed Karadi Path methodology’. The company has been in the forefront of and has been singularly focused on researching and developing innovative products and pedagogies to aid learning in the classroom. Karadi Path has developed a comprehension driven approach that mimics the way one learns their mother tongue or any other language naturally from the environment. This methodology is the result of more than 20 years of research and experimentation on how language is acquired naturally and intuitively. Karadi Path has its presence in 18 states in India where we work with Private schools as well as government schools.
Karadi Path won the Educational Learning Resources award at the London Book Fair International Excellence Awards 2021, Sankalp Award 2014 in Education category and ET Stars of the Industry Award 2018 for Most Innovative Company (For Excellence in Education). We are also the recipients of grants from USAID’s READ Alliance, as part of their Early Grade Reading Innovation Challenge 2014, and Millennium Alliance Award 2018. Karadi Path was selected in 2016 for Project Literacy Lab by Unreasonable Group, San Francisco, USA for its potential to impact world literacy. Karadi Path was shortlisted in two categories- The Educational Initiatives Award and The Educational Learning Resources Award in London Book Fair International Excellence Award 2020. Founder of Karadi Path, C. P. Viswanath was recognised by Early Childhood Association India for the contribution to Early Childhood Education and Care.
Karadi Path (KP) methodology has been piloted, tested, and validated across a wide range of demographics in India, independently and in partnership with international agencies, Government departments, foundations and trusts. We are currently reaching out to 3500+ schools, 26000+ teachers, and 7,50,000 students through our various Programs. The outcome assessments ascertain the effectiveness of the program. The study in the Government Schools in Goa implementing ME-SLL- conducted by SCERT, Goa with Karadi Path - indicates that one hour of KP class is equivalent to 11.16 hours of traditional English instruction.
The primary input of this English language Program is the Karadi Path’s innovative language pedagogy. The teachers from the implementation schools are equipped with high quality printed and audio-visual content and detailed manuals on classroom delivery. They are supported by dedicated trainers who provide extensive training through workshops, on-site visits and through telephonic support. Another key differentiator is that it focusses exclusively on language acquisition and is not an all-purpose education product.