ONGC Foundation Fellowship 2020 at IIT Delhi

aining and Transformation at ISBR Business School, Bangalore for having been invited as a resource facilitator by the ONGC Foundation for the ONGC Fellowship 2020 Induction and Orientation Program, hosted by ONGC Foundation at the prestigious IIT, Delhi Campus, held between 24th and 25 February 2020.

On February 24, he delivered an experiential learning session on Self Awareness and Discovering Values, and another session on People Connect and Working in Team on the 25th. 

These sessions were for the 15 candidates, who will be working for various Social Development Projects of ONGC Foundation spread over 18 states in India. All the candidates were postgraduates with organizational experience and a deep passion for making a positive social impact. 

The two days marked the presence of distinguished speakers, who, with all their humbleness, shared snippets from their lives and the contributions they had made to the nation. 

The event was graced with the presence of,

  • Padma Shri Smt. Phoolbasan Bai Yadav, the founder of Maa Bamleshwari Janhit Kare Samiti. Present all across Chhattisgarh, her NGO has a strength of two lakh members working towards promoting health, education, and sanitation. In 2012, she was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in India. She urged the students to raise their voice against the injustice and oppression women are subject to, even today, in many parts of the country.
  • Mr. Sarang Gosavi, the founder of Aseem Foundation, is known for his work in Kashmir since 2001. Moved by the accounts shared by Lt. General Patankar and Score Commander Kashmir 15 Corp., Sarang decided to leave Pune, and help the people in Kashmir. With his contributions, he has transformed the lives of hundreds of youngsters and Veer Naris of Kashmir.
  • Ms. Sinu Joseph, the founder of Mythri Speaks, a menstrual hygiene educator based in Bangalore, her provocative blog on Swarajya, an online magazine, titled ‘Why India Doesn’t Need the Sanitary Napkin Revolution’ had gone viral. She has also authored a book titled Women & Sabarimala, which was appreciated by critiques for the unique perspective it imbibed. She is also a distinguished TEDx Speaker.