Round Table Ahemdabad and Govt of Gujarat Join for Young Entreprenuers Meet

Friends,

Round Table Ahemdabad Alongwith the Govt of Gujarat  has organized a Young Entreprenuers Meet on the  10th of January

Read below for more details

Government of Gujarat, CII- Yi Ahmedabad & Round Table Ahmedabad

Young Entrepreneurs’ Meet

Theme:  “Enterprising Gujarat – 2020 The Way Forward”

Monday, 10 January 2011· Royal Tulip, Cambay Grand · Ahmedabad

I am pleased to inform you that the Government of Gujarat jointly with the CII-Yi AhmedabadRound Table Ahmedabad is organising the YeYoung Enterpreneurs’ Meet, scheduled on Monday, 10 January 2011 between 0900 hrs – 1630 hrs at Cambay Grand, Ahmedabad. This national initiative is supported by iNDEXTbGovernment of Gujarat as part of Swarnim Gujarat and Vibrant Gujarat 2011.

The vibrancy and buoyancy of Gujarat’s economy is unmistakably clear today, which is supported by a strong entrepreneurial culture of its people and the spirit behind good infrastructure of its policy makers. All these factors provide the State with an ideal platform to leapfrog to a much higher growth trajectory, which makes its performance comparable to global benchmarks.

Gujarat has thus become a yardstick for progress, economic development and transparency in making economic and industrial policies as, in Gujarat’s development lies the motto: ‘Sarvajan Sukhay Sarvajan Hitay’.

‘The Enterprising Gujarat’s Vision 2020’ looks at the improved healthcare, infrastructure, widespread network of educational institutions to make Gujarat a globally-recognized knowledge society. The State can achieve its vision only if everyone contributes to the best of his or her capacity and ability which will require active involvement of youth in decision making and in the implementation of development programs.

This Ye Meet aims to cover varied views of the experts on aspects of entrepreneurship. It will provide a unique platform to young budding entrepreneurs for sharing knowledge, experience and technology to make the state accomplish its vision 2020.

Considering the above, it is pertinent to understand the factors imperative to growth of the state and highlight the investment opportunities and partner with the Government to explore newer opportunities.

Thus the theme, “Enterprising Gujarat – 2020 The Way Forward”

I am cordially inviting you and your colleagues to participate at the Ye Meet at Ahmedabad, Gujarat. I shall be grateful if you accept this invitation and block your diaryfor 10 January 2011.

Your presence is vital.
I look forward to your confirmation and to the pleasure of having you and your colleagues with us.

Please use the attached registration form to indicate your acceptance.

Also, please find attached the Ye Meet Flyer and the Tentative Program for your reference and perusal

Please Fax/ Mail to:

Pragya Upadhyay

Executive Member – Young Indians (Ahmedabad)                                                                        

Confederation of Indian Industry

CII House

Gulbai Tekra Road, Near Panchvati,

Ahmedabad – 380006

Phone : 079 – 40279900-10 ; 40279942 (D)

Fax     : 079 – 40279999

Email :pragya.upadhyay@cii.in

Web   : http://www.yionline.org / http://www.cii.in

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

reported by

Hamir Sampat

MKRT 181

Area 2

RTI

Blind Chase- A Car Rally By Surat Round Table 135

Please find details and a invite to join a Blind Car rally Organized by Surat Round Table 135

Freinds,

It is my privilege and honour to invite each one of you to grace the 12th RTI Car Rally for the  Blind at Surat on 9th Jan 2011.

The detailed programme is attached herewith.

Kindly grace the function with your Esteemed Presence.

Please intimate you travel plans.

Contact Dhanesh Rathod

Chairman SRT 135

ddddhhhh@gmail.com

9925140655

Reported By

Hamir Sampat

MKRT 181

Area 2

RTI

Check up for Blind Students @ Fortis By JHRT 185

Jaipur Tablers did a fantastic job in Community Service by having a Check up for Blind Students with  Tie Up with Fortis Hospital

Heres a Brief Report and some Photos

WE ARE BLESSED,

WE DON’T REALIZE…..

BLACKNESS IS ALWAYS THERE EVEN IN JOYOUS BITS OF MOMENTS  FOR SOME ……

 

JHRT- 185 ,IN ASSOCIATION WITH FORTIS HOSIPITAL, was on their Toes on 19 December 2010. All were present to coordinate for the arrival of  Visually Impaired childrens from Blind School, Gangauri Baazar Jaipur.  Such was the zeal that Tr. Puneet Bansal landed from NAGm and arrived at Fortis hospital.

 

We had discussion on background and condition of these childrens with Mr. Manjeet Grover (FORTIS HOSIPITAL). We also discussed on LONG TERM COMMON GOAL of Fortis and JHRT 185.

 

Detailed investigation was carried for 25 childrens.Childrens were given special assistance by Mrs Aarti Handa (Wife of Tr. Manoj). EIGHT CHILDREN WERE SELECTED OUT OF TWENTY FIVE  . DETAILED CHECKUP FOR THESE CHILDRENS WILL BE CARRIED OUT IN BATCHES OF TWO PER DAY in days to come.

 

……EVEN IF ONE EYE SIGHT IS GAINED , WHAT A WONDERFUL DAY IT WILL BE FOR US IN TABLING !!!

 

WE ARE THANKFUL TO THE MANAGEMENT OF FORTIS HOSIPITAL FOR HELPING US OUT IN THIS NOBLE CAUSE.

 

 

ABHINAV SABOO

CHAIRMAN JHRT-185

 

Please send your comments to swaytank@rainbowrajasthan.com

Hamir Sampat

MKRT 181

RTI ARea 2

Donation of 110 Sweaters by PURT 144 to underprivileged children of Sadhana English School (RTI – P&G Pilot School Anchored by PURT 144)

Continuing its NON-FTE Community Service Programs for the Year, PURT 144 donated Sweaters to Children of Sadhana English School.

110 Sweaters Distributed as per Sizes –  Ages 4-5 yrs – 30 Nos; Ages 5-6 Yrs  – 60 Nos; Ages 6-7 yrs – 20 nos.

A Small event was held on Mon 20th Dec 2010 to donate the same and Local Village elders and Sarpanch attending the same, thanked Round Table India for their sustainable involvement on the Project and continued assistance to the Village.

RT 144’s Mrs. Kinjal Gala (Non-FTE Co-ordinator) continues to Impart Training to the teachers of the school (30 kms from pune) every Tuesday. She is joined by Pinky Jain too. It was Kinjal who had noticed the Children battling the winter inadequately and requested table to undertake the Project. Her self motivated approach saw the same being completed within 4 days of conception (3 of which coincided with NAGM).

Donors to the Total Cost of Rs.18700/- were….

Sq.Legs HT Sameer Sheth & Sushant Gupta as well as Trs. Mark Chaudhari & Vinay Rathi.

Photos Below…..

Together We Can & We Will

Tr. Karan Gehani

Chairman PURT 144

Some Snapshots

Calcutta Round Table 4 BLANKET DISTRIBUTION PROJECT 23RD DECEMBER 2010

CRT4, among its annual community service activities has a BLANKET DISTRIBUTION PROJECT,

a Non-FTE initiative carried forward by all tablers, year upon year, as a proud legacy.

This year too, Team CRT4 implemented blanket distribution on the 23rd of December, 2010 with enthusiasm and active participation by tablers, past & present, and their families.

TABLERS Present at the Project:

Hon. Cr. Kajal Bannerjee;

Tr. Ketan & Binda Shah, along with twinkler Divya;

Tr. Nilesh & Roopa Shah;

Tr. Abhishek & Bhavana Ahya;

Trs. Nimesh Shah, Niraj Dhote & Sameer Jadhav

Most of the tablers of CRT4 contributed to the cost of procuring blankets with customary zeal for purchasing blankets to distribute. Tablers committed & purchased 50 blankets, the procurement & handling being done by Tr. Ketan & we were all set to go.

On the evening of the 23rd, we gathered at Russell Street Dhaba and after a steaming cuppa, divided the blankets amongst 2 teams which fanned out in the city to, literally, spread a measure of warmth to the needy & homeless dwelling on the streets of Kolkata. The two teams scoured the streets and gifted blankets to pavement dwellers and daily wage earners, which we chanced upon, with a smile on our faces and humility in our hearts.

After almost two hours and countless memorable smiles, on the faces of the less privileged souls we gifted blankets to,

we had  managed to make a small difference to a number of people who brave the elements in their daily ordeal to survive.

Team CRT4, once more, experienced a unique feeling……the JOY of GIVING!!!

Footnote: Subsequent to the blanket distribution, Team CRT4 had a dinner fellowship and parted ways on a full stomach and satisfied soul.

Merry Christmas to the Entire RTI fraternity, from CRT4!!

Yours’ in the Spirit of Tabling,

Tr. Nimesh Shah, Project Convenor

Tr. Abhishek Ahya, Secretary.

Have a look at the Pictures

Nasik Round Table 107- Blind Navigation Car Rally 9th Jan 2011

WHAT IS ROUND TABLE CAR RALLY ?

The car rally for the blind is a rally which is based on the concepts of a professional car rally. However the rally has been modified slightly where the sighted driver is ‘shown’ the way by a blind navigator.

OBJECTIVE :

The rally has multi-fold objectives :
To provide the participant with a feeling of adventure and fun. It also provides satisfaction of trying to understand the challenges faced by blind people and their skills in reading Braille. It gives an opportunity to the blind navigator to show his/her skill. Rally – A mind game

THIS RALLY IS NOT A RACE !!!

While the race is all about speed, rally is a much more complex sport. The skills required in a rally are:

  • Acute sense of direction
  • Ability of mental arithmetic
  • Good driving skills
  • Good reflexes
  • Fast Coordination of skills like listening, calculating, visualizing, driving etc.

TYPICAL ROUTE

The Round Table Car Rally typically runs for about 65-70 kms. The route is very carefully selected after a few routes surveys and includes a variety of tracks including – Highway, main road, side road, tarmac road (Metal road) dirt track etc. “Other car rallies build a sense of enmity & competition. But by this car rally we have built new & Strong relations of ever lasting friendships. The Time – Distance – Speed concept is very good.”

PHYSICAL SUBMISSION OF PARTICIPANT FORM AND DONATION :

1. Car Rally office
DONATION PER CAR : Minimum Rs. 2500/-
The proceeds from the Car Rally will go towards donation to Blind Welfare Association and building school for the under privileged children around Nashik.

REGISTER NOW…

We have limited cars to be flagged off.

A car rally usually conjures up an image of Taveras, Jeeps, and other Utility Vehicles bumping its way across unfriendly terrain with a rally-hardened team navigating rivers and ditches and finally finding their mud-spattered way into an auto magazine. But the car rally coming up this season is a rally with a difference. A race which tests not only the skill of the driver, but also the temperament and determination of the navigator — in this case, a visually impaired person.

ROUND TABLE BLIND PEOPLE CAR RALLY

Round Table India is associated with Blind Peoples car rally since last 12 years. The rally was conceptualized by RTI and now we are proud to say our city has now taken up this cause. To highlight the difference between Sight and Vision, the rally has a driver who can see but will be guided by a blind person who can ‘visualize the route through a chart which is given to him only in Braille.

WHO ARE BENEFITTED BY THIS RALLY ?

Such a rally encourages the visually impaired to go in for adventures showing that nothing is impossible. The rally is aimed at creating public awareness about the potential of the blind and developing a feeling of competition among them. It is a car rally with a difference…

Donation : Rs. 2500/- per car minimum
7th Jan 2011 : Closing of entries for the event.
8th Jan 2011 : Draw for starting order for drivers. Draw for starting order for navigators.
COMPULSORY participants briefing, pairing & issue of number Stickers & trial Tulip at 16.00 hrs.

VENUE: Nashik City Center Mall, Nashik

9th Jan 2011   Sunday   08.00 hrs.   : Start of 1st car at start point.
9th Jan 2011   Sunday   11.00 hrs.   : Arrival of First car at finish point.
9th Jan 2011   Sunday   15.00 hrs.   : Prize distribution.