The students of Sri Venkateswara College proudly present, TEDxSVC 2018.

The theme of this ambitious venture is ‘SARVODAYA’, which translates as–the upliftment of all. Coined by Mahatma Gandhi, Sarvodaya denotes the representation of the most downtrodden sections of society culturally, economically and politically.

Staying true to that, the TEDx event at Sri Venkateswara College on the 4th of April, 2018, aims to bring together people from different walks of life, committed to preserving the legacy of this beautiful nation.

Their speaker list consists of revered personalities like:

Dinesh Singh

An innovator, a radical thinker and an inspirational leader who has mesmerized exceptionally large crowds with his oratory skills from London to New York, and from Houston to India; Dinesh Singh, the ex-vice chancellor of Delhi University, is a man with visionary ideals and a strong determination to turn them into reality.

Seema Mustafa

An esteemed Indian print and television journalist, Seema Mustafa is currently the Editor-in-Chief of The Citizen, a digital newspaper founded by her. She was the recipient of the prestigious “Prem Bhatia Award for Excellence in Political Reporting and Analysis” in 1999 for her coverage of the Kargil war.

Through years of relentless hard work, Ms. Mustafa has exemplified herself as one of the best journalists working in the country. Her career showcases the ethos of an impeccable journalist to a new era of budding newscasters.

Prem Singh

In the parched, brown landscape of Uttar Pradesh’s Bundelkhand region, Prem Singh’s farm is an exception. Through his relentless diligence, Mr. Singh transformed his land to a source of steady revenue thus becoming an inspiration for many.

Mr. Singh believes that his experiment with ”sustainable and traditional farming” could be replicated at a larger level and pave the way for a policy change.

Jaya Sharma

Cricket was only men’s game then but, she scribbled a different story. Though she couldn’t be in the limelight of her era, she promised a better future for women’s cricket through her endeavours and she delivered one. Driven by her thirst for cricket, she nailed the fact that NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE.

A strong woman who fought against all the odds for her passion. For 22 years in between 22 yards, she strove hard to be the backbone of INDIAN WOMEN’S CRICKET.

Along with a presentation on coming together in Indian Music by Chaar Yaar, the event guarantees a wholesome and enriching experience for anyone willing to attend. Witness and become a part of the new conscience of India.

DATE: 4th April 2018

VENUE: Seminar Hall, Sri Venkateswara College, Benito Juarez Road,  Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi- 110021

TIMINGS: 10 A.M. to 5.00 P. M

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