Youth can Transform India

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by Anita Bhargava on Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Section
Workshops

Session type
Q&A

Technical level
Beginner

Objective

India is in need of transformation. I will share how I became an MLA in Rajouri Garden without being elected and my plan for getting Youth as Fellows to make Rajouri like a developed country physically and socioeconomically. I will have four youth fellows in my team who will each be paid Rs 1 lac per month. Cost of fellows will be funded by corporates as part of 2% mandatory CSR.

Description

I will give you a quick 15 minute overview and the balance of the two hours will be an interactive discussion with the objective of helping me refine my plan and hopefully inspiring people in the audience to replicate my plan. The audience may also want to apply to be fellows or know people who will want to apply. The job is very demanding but pays well as I believe that those who do good should be paid well.

Requirements

Ideally this session will be in a time slot after the BHAG and IIC session run by my husband Sanjay Bhargava. While it is not essential to attend his session interested people will benefit more by attending both sessions.

Speaker bio

Anita Bhargava’s last job was heading the data warehousing group in PayPal in Silicon Valley. After returning to India, she decided to just have fun, but fun got boring and slowly one thing led to another, and today, she has a power of attorney to be the MLA of Rajouri in Delhi.