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SEC C

  1. 1. Welcome to SEC C <br />Social Entrepreneurship: A Career Choice<br />-Social Service League<br />
  2. 2. Profile of the Speaker<br />Degree College through Ruparel College, Matunga with PCZ combination, Specialization Zoology, 3rd in Merit, BSc- April 1993- 76%<br />Post Graduate in Animal Physiology, May 1995- 66%, First in Animal Physiology.<br />PGDM in Business Entrepreneurship, through EDI Ahmedabad, sponsored by Friedrich-Naumann- StiftungGermany.<br />PhD in Sustainable Development, Through League of International Universities, Intercultural Open University, The Netherlands in association with Indian Institute of Environment and Ecology, New Delhi, July 2007.<br />
  3. 3. Work Profile:<br />Visiting Faculty for Environment Mgmt, Entrepreneurship Development, SME Development at<br /> St. Xavier’s BMS, MMS, R.J College <br /> NMIMS, NirmalaNiketan.<br />Founder-Director of Garbage Concern Welfare Society.<br />Proprietor of 3-S Envosolutions, which provides Systematic Site Specific Solutions, to Waste Management, Water Management, RWH, Waste Water recycling, Waterless Urinal Concept, Garden Development Management, landscaping and AMC, Bio- Gas from Human waste, Organic Terrace gardens, Organic plants, Sale of Bio- compost under Brand Name NATURE BLOOM etc having 30 customers, employing through NGO 50 School dropouts and through company 14 individuals.<br />Environment Consultant to 5 Municipalities, Silvasa, Mumbai, Pune, Alibaug and Goa.<br />On Textbook Board for Bio-Sciences at SNDT Women’s University.<br />
  4. 4. Expectations of the Workshop<br />Options for Social Entrepreneurship<br />Scope for Social Entrepreneurship in India<br />Challenges in setting up a NGO<br />
  5. 5. Agenda:<br />Introduction to Garbage Concern<br />Self-Evaluation for next 5 years<br />Taking the first step<br />Social Entrepreneurship Activity<br />Need for Social Entrepreneurship<br />Problems in Social Entrepreneurship Career<br />Summary and Questions<br />
  6. 6. Idea 1<br />Young Indians- Waste Audit<br />BMC- Rules & Regulations<br />Pilot Program<br />Waste Seggregation<br />Sustainable Environment<br />
  7. 7. Idea 2<br />SIFE( Students in Free Enterprise)<br />Low-income house wives<br />Transfer cooking knowledge to target audience<br />Cooking classes twice a week<br />Sustainable Communities<br />
  8. 8. Idea 3<br />Social Activism- Social Service League<br />Distributional Channel for Basic needs to the needy in case of calamities and disasters<br />Sustainable Distribution Model<br />
  9. 9. Idea 4<br />Cycling for students and professionals staying near by<br />Replicate model at every railway station<br />Garbage Management at Highways<br />Use of Vacuum Cleaners and Technology for Garbage Management<br />Sustainable Technology and Environmental Friendly Options<br />

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