I for Indya wants a new India, one which is more energetic and optimistic, and the organisation aims to deliver by helping people achieve their career goals.
by Priyanka Shankar
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A twenty slide presentation and a will to empower people set the ball rolling for Raashid Navlakhi’s business ‘I for Indya‘. The Bangalore-based social entrepreneur sensed an atmosphere of frustration among several people with respect to their careers. He felt most people lived for the weekends and failed to achieve a true sense of satisfaction when it came to their jobs.
I for Indya seeks to overcome this by empowering people with the appropriate skills and mindsets needed to achieve personal goals and satisfying careers. It also aims to fill a void in the Indian education system which prioritises academia over all other aspects of knowledge, leaving people unaware of prominent social issues.
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