Building A New Ideas Nation!!
Chief Impact Manager
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R K Sharma
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ndia has a rich tradition of path breaking ideas, from the zero in abstract mathematics, tothe daily jugaad, ingenious improvisation to make up for missing systems and scarceresources. Selling paint in 100 ml tins and shampoo in sachets are India's contribution to
global marketing strategies. From the lowest cost car to low-cost water purifiers anddozens of tech innovations, including a way to have email on phones without GPRS, are beingchurned out of India these days.The power of Indian ideas has been acknowledged by TIME Magazine that inducted five Indiansin this year's list of The World's 100 Most Influential People; Manmohan Singh, who is guidingIndia as Prime Minister in to the ranks of great powers, has made India a critical engine of globalgrowth, a vital partner in global security and a model for democratic development. SachinTendulkar's act of scoring a double century-200 runs- in a one day international match- only one
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3man to do so, has aroused a sense of awe. Dr. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, who created a biotech company in her garage, has given newhopes to poor cancer victims by devoting $10 million to creating the 400- bed Mazumdar Shaw cancer centre in India where poorpatients will be treated for free in the evenings, apart from donating $ 2 million to support help insurance coverage for 100,000 Indianvillagers.Chetan Bhagat, a former investment banker broke out as a writer with his novels one night @ the call centre and 5pointsomeone, which inspired the film
, the biggest hit in history, has been able to inspire brave young people giving their dreams achance. Sanjit “Bunker” Roy, 64 has nurtured a grass-roots social entrepreneurship by training more than 3 million people for jobs inthe modern worlds in buildings so rudimentary; they have dirt floors and no chairs. These “barefoot professionals” then returnhome to use their new skills as solar engineers, teachers, weavers, architects, doctors and more.Nitin Nohria, an IIT- Bombay alumnus has broken one of the highest glass ceilings in the world with his appointment as the dean ofHarvard Business School. A scholar of leadership and organizational change, Nohria is keen on forging a vision for HarvardBusiness School that will enable it to remain a beacon for business education for the next 100 years.The IITian turned cop Ashok Kumar has evolved the need of a pro-active people oriented approach in policing, which he haspracticed in his career and brought out effectively in his book 'Human In Khaki'.We are as yet building much of social and physical infrastructure that ideas need to bloom in to creation of a new value. We carry allthe power we need inside ourselves already: We have the power to imagine better and we have power to culminate dreams in toreality.R K Sharma