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  • 1. A Journey….<br />- Varun Kumar<br />
  • 2. Scheme of Presentation<br />Me and my story<br />Journey Objectives<br />Summary of the journey<br />Structured Learning during the journey<br />People during the journey<br />Journey of the questions<br />Conclusions<br />If I have to travel again !!!<br />
  • 3. Me and my story<br />- Events which led to the journey<br />
  • 4. Me and my story<br />
  • 5. Journey Objectives<br />- How the journey was planned<br />
  • 6. Journey Objectives<br />
  • 7. Summary of the Journey<br /> Outline of the journey<br />&amp;<br />Some Experiences<br />
  • 8. My bike<br />
  • 9. Me with my bike<br />
  • 10. Travel Map – Actual<br />
  • 11. Summary of the journey<br />
  • 12. Geographical Distribution<br />
  • 13. Project / Individual Visited<br />
  • 14. Nature &amp; Location of Work<br />
  • 15. Some Experiences<br />
  • 16. Some Experiences<br />
  • 17. What did I observe….<br />Structured Learning<br />
  • 18. Health<br />
  • 19. Health – Supply Chain<br />
  • 20. Developmental Issues<br />
  • 21. People…<br />My observations….<br />
  • 22. Organizations<br />
  • 23. Individuals<br />Academic vs Action<br />Sharing by people in Urban vs Rural…<br />Space for youth – Personal Issues/ Salary, Role of IT<br />Its easier to motivate young people towards Socialism<br />
  • 24. Journey of the questions<br />Most important thing is to ask right ‘QUESTION’<br />
  • 25. Questions !!!<br />You get the answer when you have question<br />
  • 26. Self &amp; Doubts<br />Why social work <br />Who are we<br />has big issues !! Should we avoid it or accept it<br />Process is natural of NOT?? If yes, then why we need to do it…?<br />My role – Agri / Health<br />Swimming analogy<br />Capitalism vs Socialism<br />I have to understand my thoughts are and will remain fluid, they’ll build – Add to building analogy<br />Absent mindedness !!!<br />
  • 27. Conclusions<br />Really??<br />
  • 28. Be Irrational…Be yourself !!!<br />Merits of irrational thinking<br />Faith in Agriculture, Energy, Money, ..?? But where culture, values, norms, belief<br />Importance of stories<br />Creating a movement<br />Interdependence and Independence<br />Importance of Health - Honour and Food<br />Food / Health / Water / Oppressed Class<br />Do what You feel is right<br />
  • 29. Some thoughts on…<br />….If I have to travel again<br />
  • 30. Some Ideas<br />Map the ISSUES of economic growth, see if it can be attributed to the disconnect with social values<br />Map technologies that have created large scale impacts and assess the social change<br />Plotting India&apos;s Plate over time and area<br />What children do in after school time??<br />NE bike trip / Disaster areas<br />

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