Surat (Gujarat) [India], October 21: Surat-based Primex Media Services Private Limited has launched the first edition of its global Start-Up e-magazine ‘Hello Entrepreneurs’ on October 20.
The e-magazine gives in-depth insights into the new-age entrepreneurs, emerging industries, young founders, Start-up stories, women entrepreneurs, brands stories, thought leadership on business ideas and enterprises.
The journey began with Prime Communications in 2007, focusing on providing PR services to the reputed National and International companies, corporates, and business houses. In 2015-16, the company was rechristened Primex Media Services Private Limited.
It was during the coronavirus crisis the Primex Media Services ventured into the digital networking space and launched Primex News Network (PNN). In a very short period, PNN has become the leading Newswire service in India.
Director of Primex Media Services Private Limited, Nitesh Desai, said, “We are delighted to launch the very first edition of our Start-Up e-magazine, Hello Entrepreneurs. The e-magazine is available on helloentrepreneurs.in.”
Desai added, “Covid-19 has had a great impact on India. Interestingly, the pandemic came as a blessing in disguise for many young entrepreneurs, who redefined their business models and moved up the value chain. Many young entrepreneurs launched various new businesses, sensing the taste of the national and international markets.”
The Hello Entrepreneurs’ Start-up e-magazine is on the mission to bring breathtaking success stories of entrepreneurs in India and around the world. The e-magazine will be published every month for esteemed readers in India and abroad.
Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], October 21: SEO expert from Jaipur in Rajasthan has launched digital marketing Start-Up ‘SEO4Rank’ to empower the global consumers with a gamut of services under one roof.
SEO4Rank is the one-stop solution for the digital marketing services such as Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Social Media Optimisation and Marketing (SMO & Marketing), Pay Per Click (PPC), Website designing and development and content writing services.”
Prempal Singh, the founder of SEO4Rank, who is the Google certified SEO expert in India, said, “Our Start-up is the one-stop solution to rank your website on the top in Google SERP for keywords that are potentially more lead generating for small and big businesses.”
According to Singh, small and big business houses could reach wider audiences with genuine and reliable digital marketing services. SEO4Rank not only helps the businesses understand their potential target audiences but also creates their brand loyalty.
“We are dedicated to meeting the specific needs of our clients, from identifying inevitable opportunities to ensuring rapid and sustainable growth”, Singh informed.
The online digital marketing Startup’s founder, Prempal Singh, aims to help small and large global businesses by optimizing their online presence in such a way that keeps up with global digitization.
Apart from SEO, optimization, and PPC, SEO4Rank also delivers quality digital marketing solutions such as Website Designing, Development, and Content Writing services by a team of professional content creation experts and rich quality content developers.
To be a part of the 5G Value Chain and play a role in “Digital India.”
The new plant at Silvassa, with a capacity of 1 million kilometres, is among the largest of such facilities for FRP rods in the country to cater to the domestic and export markets
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], October 21: Runaya, one of India’s fastest-growing manufacturing start-ups, recently announced that its state of the art plant for the manufacturing of FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastic) rods at Silvassa has started commercial production. The plant has a capacity to produce 1 million kilometres of FRP rods per year, building an Atmanirbhar Bharat as a significant portion of the demand is currently met through imports. Apart from meeting the domestic demand, Runaya will also cater to major Global OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) and produce locally for the global market.
Runaya is targeting revenue of INR 100 crores for the FRP plant at the current full capacity and plans to double the capacity of the plant in the next year. Runaya has a commitment to Innovation and has set up an Innovation Centre at the plant to explore new products and applications that can benefit its customers. This expansion will primarily cater to value-added technological products such as ARP (Aramid-Reinforced Plastic) Rods, Flat FRP Rods and Rough FRP Rods.
Through the current facility, Runaya has been able to create significant direct employment as well as indirect employment in related industries. There is also a strong commitment to building a diverse and inclusive workforce, with over 65% of the workforce being women.
FRP Rods are an integral component of the telecommunications industry used to provide structural strength and protection to Optical Fiber Cables (OFC). The requirement and demand for FRP rods is expected to increase significantly with the advent of 5G technologies and its penetration and expansion in India. In line with global standards, Runaya has been able to secure the relevant product and system certifications for the plant within a short span of time.
Speaking on the commissioning of the plant, Naivedya Agarwal, Co-Founder, Runaya said, “At Runaya, we want to be at the forefront of manufacturing premium products through highly innovative processes, and advanced technologies and the FRP rods are another steps in that direction. The 5G technology rollout will accelerate the demand for Fiber Optic Cables, and we expect a huge market and demand for our product. We also see immense potential in the alternative use of FRP in other sectors like energy, automotive and construction, replacing conventional materials.”
Runaya’s vision is to deploy cutting edge technology to enable innovation, sustainability and efficiency improvement in the natural resources industry. Founded by Naivedya and Annanya Agarwal (sons of Vedanta Limited Vice-Chairman Navin Agarwal), the key focus is on executing projects that enable a circular economy and promote the concept of waste to wealth. In addition to ground support products, Runaya’s portfolio includes sustainability solutions for the aluminium industry, minor metals recovery, gas atomized metallurgical powders and other semi-finished products for the telecommunication cable and steel industries.
Surat (Gujarat) [Surat], October 21: Pay it forward: an initiative to bring together pioneers of the IT industry in Surat saw its pilot event in the last week. As an initiative to pay forward the gratitude for nourishment and growth industry without anything in return.
The event was inaugurated by Dr. Anand Deshpande (CEO, Persistent Systems). Dr. Deshpande congratulated panel members (Dr. N. L. Kalathia, Sailesh Khawani, Jitesh Kapadia, Vipul Kapoor, Ashish Narola, Dhara Shah, Naren Burade, Mickey Shah, Vishal Rajpara, Dr. Rakesh Doshi, Ritesh Mehta and Suresh Kalathiya, Mitul Golakia, Varun Trivedi, Hiral Gondaliya, Neerka Tandon).
Dr. Deshpande emphasised the importance of scale and growth through collaboration, encouraging software builders of the Gems and Jewellery industry to join the workshop at IIT Bombay. In a pandemic context, he recommended retaining urban talent as they are already working from home and leveraging industry expertise at scale. He suggested establishing boards of advisors and independent directors to stay focused.
Panel discussion on industry insights and solutions to critical problems at present started with Ashish Narola (CEO, Narola Infotech) exploring the availability of good talent and emphasizing on training, stating ‘if we assume that employees will leave after training, what if they are not trained and stay?’ Dr. Rakesh Doshi (PhD, Traders’ Psychology) encouraged owners to be driven enough, stressing that one does not have to be a leader to lead; leadership comes with the drive.’ Jitesh Kapadia (CEO, August Infotech) emphasized a top-down approach to empower management and team leads for greater results and scale of businesses. Ms. Dhara Shah (Director, Sanskruti Technologies) emphasized leveraging local talent and prioritizing tech expertise over soft skills. Privileged education was clarified by panellists Sailesh Khawani (CEO, Hard n Soft Consultancy) and Ms Shah as a privilege for an initial career but experience and passion as proper drivers for sustainable success. Suresh Kalathiya (CEO, Ebizz Infotech) emphasized the importance of creating a support system.
Vipul Kapoor (Co-founder, Ezee Technosys) shared a remarkable IT journey with emphasis on building a business rather than joining the bandwagon of start-ups, emphasizing on clarity and prioritizing on being a businessman rather than an entrepreneur to ensure business longevity. Mr. Khawani and Mr. Kalathiya amplified the message by articulating the need of creating a support system. Dr. Doshi advised on an understanding of the business model before thinking of a start-up. Varun Trivedi (Co-founder, Iconscout) drew audience attention to explore all funding options from VCs to non-equity grants and government programs. Mr. Khawani, Mr. Kapadia and Dr. Doshi emphasized building financial literacy with a humorous anecdote: if you hire 1 person and pay him for 2, he’s bound to work equivalent to 3.
Vishal Rajpara (CTO, Casepoint) focused on a solution-oriented approach: solving the problem is essential than building a product. Growth was further perceived as health, wealth, happiness and spirituality by panellists. Mr. Mitul Golakia (CEO, InfyOm Tech) addressed the industry shift from ‘talent searching for jobs to companies searching for talent’ over a span of years in Surat and how talent filtration has shaped the resource crisis in the IT sector for the region. Mr. Rajpara emphasized the need for newbies to channelize research, seek guidance from veterans and build an ecosystem. This was further echoed by Mr. Trivedi via Iconscout journey from Surat to Bangalore and back, highlighting the potential of the city and its culture in the IT sector.
Pay It Forward Panel explored various issues ranging from efficiency in recruitment by connecting appropriate talent to appropriate company, to breaking comfort zone, understanding business model, thinking of start-up as business and bridging the skill gap via corporate training or formalized way with universities academic outlets in the city. Veterans encouraged mentorship opportunities and how to absorb shocks from failures, navigate common potholes and improving the infrastructure for all.
Dr. Naren Burade advised the current generation to use reliable resources while avoiding short-cuts that can prove futile in the long term. Intelligent interaction of 3 hours created a feeling of belonging for techies in the cities and opened doors for fellowships and friendships.
The event saw vibrant culture with the opening performance of Bharatanatyam and an enthralling flute performance by Suresh Kalathiya at a conclusion. Coruscate Ventures, the organiser of the pilot event, celebrated its 8th anniversary at Platinum Hall, SEICC, with veterans of industry coming together for panel discussion echoing the need for innovation, entrepreneurship, mentorship, product-market-fit, talent retention, training and scaling from regional to global scale.
Everyone at Coruscate Venture companies (DhiWise, Zujo, TallyWiz and DiamNow) attended the event. In keeping with the spirit of the 8th-anniversary celebration, all were decked up in stunning sarees and blazers, making the event a unique intersection of the corporate and cultural landscape of IT in Surat. Vishal Virani, the CEO, concluded the event by quipping ‘Innovation has no designated place; it finds its way when we appreciate the resources at hand. Going to Silicon Valley is a mindset; learning from it to build an equivalent or better community here at home is a far more important pursuit.’ Kalpesh and Rahul echoed the same message by quoting Isaac Newton, ‘If I am able to see further than others, it is because of standing on the shoulders of giants”.
The city of Surat echoed the potential of the tech industry as equivalent to that of textile and diamond as the next generation continues to flood Surat IT Industry. Pay it Forward is intended around identifying, recognizing, and celebrating IT industry experts and their expertise. The intention is to build and nurture IT Infrastructure to ensure that city of Surat is able to promise, deliver, and sustain innovation and technological revolution.
Pay it Forward is an ethos of DhiWise where the critical focus is on uncovering stories of success and failure alike that remain hidden and undiscovered. People of Surat have written programs and systems. Program as simple as Daalroti.org and as complex as Global Positioning System. Surtis are essentially living breathing books with a lot to offer in terms of advice, expertise and insight. Pay it Forward intends to uncover as many stories as possible. As Vishal Virani (CEO, DhiWise) puts it, ‘If 10 people from 500 companies of Surat come together every quarter, we could have a tech-convention of 5000 people, that’s a tremendous opportunity to connect, share and celebrate’.
Samhita recently conducted a study of SSE’s in 7 countries to evaluate its importance in India
October 21: The Securities and Exchange Board of India approved the creation of the ‘Social Stock Exchange’, which is seen as a game-changer in the social impact segment. These are regulated platforms that bring together social organisations, donors, and investors to facilitate funding and aid in the growth of organisations with a social purpose.
Samhita’s study on Social Stock Exchanges from seven countries
Samhita’s report reviews seven SSEs in Brazil, Portugal, South Africa, Jamaica, the UK, Singapore and Canada. The report analyses the recommendations proposed by India’s SSE Working Group and provides additional suggestions.
India as the world’s largest democracy, gears up to construct an SSE customized to the needs of the Indian organizational ecosystem, a comprehensive analysis of the experiences, structures, and learnings from SSEs across the world can aid civil society, policymakers and the private sector in their endeavor to create an enabling environment for social organizations.
Highlights of the study –
- Domestic regulations and taxation laws play a crucial role in influencing SSE structure
- SSEs focus on certain visible thematic areas
- While SSEs allowed different types of donors/investors, institutional investors are common
- SSEs have strong measuring and reporting metrics but do not always capture the impact
- SSEs face challenges of sustainability and scale
- SSEs have the potential to play a role in building the social sector
SSEs can theoretically unlock new capital, promote equity, and introduce new instruments for donors to fund operations, streamline regulations and create an ecosystem of enabling frameworks for civil society. The report also lays down the risks such as duplicating the operations of a conventional stock exchange, segmenting or further exacerbating inequalities within sectors, and failing to create a strong culture of giving. Stakeholders must create a representative that incorporates the concerns and wisdom of civil society and social organisations. The report concludes that an SSE can be a means for the markets to serve the society, not for society to serve the markets.
“Our report did a comprehensive analysis and reviewed SSEs across seven countries. It suggests that engaging and educating donors/ investors about effective and strategic forms of giving, and providing commensurate tax incentives to incentivize them, are critical factors that can determine the success and sustainability of the SSE in India, in addition to the provisions already created by SEBI.”, says Tanushree Parekh, Advisor, Samhita.
Given below are the key findings and guidelines enlisted by experts of the Samhita team for the Social Stock Exchange in India.
SEBI has specified that SSE will allow both non-profit and for-profit social organizations to list. It is likely that SEBI may approve the criteria put forth by the second expert committee (Technical Group).
- In our view, the criteria for non-profit and for-profit social organizations are fair and reasonable, allowing a wide range of social organizations across sectors, ranging from small to large, to register and thereby promote equity of access in the social sector.
- The INR 100 Cr. capacity building fund suggested by the two expert committees can be leveraged to aid smaller organizations in strengthening their systems and processes and thus prepare them for listing on the SSE.
- The Technical Group had also recommended specific criteria (67% or more revenues/ expenditures/ beneficiaries to be from underserved segments) to safeguard against impact-washing by for-profit social enterprises and establish the primacy of social impact in their models.
- Standardized reporting and social audit requirements stipulated by SEBI will help strengthen the transparency and credibility of the social sector.
However, the SSE should ensure that the accreditation and certification process for social auditors takes into consideration the context, nuances and realities of social organizations and programs and avoids blueprinting from financial auditing processes. A multi-stakeholder process involving practitioners, academia and social research organizations can impart credibility and relevance to the social audit certification.
Chandigarh (Punjab) [India], October 21: A national organization dedicated to Vedic astrology and Ayurveda honoured India’s youngest astrologer, Parduman Suri, with the prestigious Youth Icon Star 2021-Jyotish Urja award at an awards function held in Chandigarh on October 18.
Rana Gurjeet Singh, Cabinet Minister in the Punjab government, presented the Jyotish Urja award to Hisar’s Shri Mahamrutyunjay Antarrashtriya Jyotish Anusandhan Kendra’s Jyotish Acharya, Pradhuman Suri in the presence of Ayurveda experts, astrologers and natural healers, who gathered from across the country in Chandigarh.
Jyotish Prangan, an organization, working for Vedic astrology and Ayurveda in Haryana’s Panchkula, has done a remarkable job in the regeneration and betterment of Vedic astrology in India and abroad.
Addressing a mammoth gathering at the event, Parduman Suri said, “Vedic science and astrology could play an important role in curbing the drugs addiction among the youths in Punjab and across the country. If the moon goes to the 6th, 8th, or 12th place in the horoscope, then such person is mentally disturbed and progresses towards depression and intoxication.”
Suri added, “To prevent the drugs addiction among the young generation, Vedic astrology suggests watering Shivling and regular meditation. The drug addicts would turn away from intoxication if they are brought on the path of spirituality, positivity, and meditation.”
Earlier, Parduman Suri was honored with the Jyotish Bhushan by the Governor of Uttrakhand. He has been awarded Jyotish Martand and Jyotish Vibhusan and has received many national and international awards in the field of Vedic astrology.
October 21: This festive season, the leading real estate developers in India to roll out unique offers that can scale up property sales by more than 55% as against the last quarter. The real estate experts have predicted a strong demand in the festive season as the affordability factors such as lower interest rates, flexible payment plans, and tax concessions will be coupled with the festive offers.
The property buyers respond well to the festive season as the property buying intent remains at its peak during this period. The main advantage that the homebuyer can get during the festive season is customized or flexible payment plans. It includes offers such as No EMIs till the possession and only 10% booking charges remaining at the time of possession. It impacts positively on the overall real estate sales in India.
Besides the flexible payment plans, developers also give offers such as No GST, Zero stamp duty, and upfront discounts. With these offers, the developers emphasize liquidating the unsold inventory considering the solid intent of the property buyers during the festive season.
“In the festive season, the number of property buyers visiting our digital real estate portal increases sharply. It highlights the strong intent of the buyers in this period. So, the developers are ready for flexible payment plans along with the other key offers. These offers not only to benefit the buyers but enable developers to capitalize the unsold inventory.” says Mangesh Jagtap, Regional Manager, HomeBazaar.com
The second wave of the covid19 pandemic harmed the home buying sentiment in the first and the second quarter of 2021. The primary reasons for this stagnant phase were the increased medical expenses and the lower on-site visits owing to the movement restrictions. It resulted in a decline in property sales in the top eight major cities. Further, this contributed to the higher unsold inventory in the first quarter that remained modest till June. Therefore, the upcoming festive season starting from September will provide a favourable ground to boost real estate in India.
“The festive season will be a game-changer for both property buyers and developers. From the buyer’s perspective, the conditions are favourable by getting unprecedented offers and discounts coupled with the lowest interest rates in the last fifteen years. The developers, on the other hand, can quickly raise their sales figures.” said Pravin Daud, Business Operations Head, HomeBazaar.com
In the real estate industry, the festive season triggers the maximum demand and property sales. Being a competitive market, the developers come up with unique offers that benefit the property buyers by improving the affordability factor.
Last year during the festive season, the buyer sentiment improved due to the active initiatives by the developers to bring affordability. In the eight major metro cities, property sales increased by 50% compared to the previous quarter. Similarly, this year the homebuyers can expect offers that will boost real estate sales.
HomeBazaar.com is known for its unique real estate solutions for efficient buying, selling, and renting properties online. The platform provides an entirely digitized experience of real estate projects through advanced tools & features like 360° street views, the tour via video chat and offers personalized end-to-end services based on accurate market insights at no cost to the buyers.
To support the Government Initiatives, Loom Solar commits to support institutes & establishments planning to switch to rooftop solar power solutions
Patna (Bihar) [India], October 21: About 150 km from Bihar’s state capital, Patna, Arya Vidyapith School, in Balganga, Motihari, East Champaran, has chosen to adopt rooftop solar energy solution from Loom Solar for its multiple academic blocks. Loom Solar has applauded the initiative of the school to have thought of adopting green energy solutions and getting this installed on the institute’s rooftop.
This 25 KW solar power system shall be powering the academic block & Labs of the school and sets the benchmark for many institutes who are yet to adopt solar energy for their institutes and other educational institutions across the state.
Speaking on occasion, Amod Anand, Co-Founder & Director, Loom Solar, said, “As a nation, we are progressing towards the larger mission of reducing carbon footprint, and by adopting solar power solution for Arya Vidyapith, the institute’s management has confirmed its participation for the mission, and we thank them for the same. We look forward to many more establishments and institutes to come forward and join hands in the larger mission.”
Commenting on the occasion, Ranjeet Kumar, Executive Director, Arya Vidyapith, said, “We are delighted to have taken this important step which actually will go a long way for the institute and its students to appreciate that the school really practices what it preaches. As an institute, we feel it as our obligatory duty to stand for the cause that our nation wants, and this is in a way our contribution to the mission.”
Loom Solar has many technological firsts that have been introduced in the Indian market by them, including the latest Shark series bifacial 400 W ~ 530 W that helps in producing electricity both from front & back. The school has chosen to adopt the shark 400W modules for its energy requirements.
About Loom Solar
Headquartered in Faridabad, Haryana, India, Loom Solar Pvt Ltd is one of the fastest evolving solar technology start-ups that continues to innovate in residential solar space. Founded in 2018, the organisation has kept itself ahead of the curve introducing products like mono solar panels, grid-connected AC Modules, shark bifacial in shark series etc. An ISO 9001-2015 certified company recognised by Govt. of India offers the widest range of solar panels from 10 watts to 530 watts and also has a manufacturing unit in Haryana confirming the ‘Make in India’ mission. Besides presence across 500 districts with over 3500 resellers, Loom Solar is embracing ‘Digital India’, with its products readily available across India and on eCommerce platforms such as Amazon, Flipkart, and https://www.loomsolar.com/
Surat (Gujarat) [India], October 20: In a unique initiative to boost the confidence of the businessmen and industrialists in the Surat and South Gujarat region post-corona virus pandemic, an award function titled ‘Pahechaan Brand Awards Season-3 was organized at the Platinum Hall of the Surat International Exhibition and Convention Centre (SIECC) at Sarsana on October 17.
The awards function is an initiative of Surat’s Star Business Couple Piyush Vyas and Pooja Vyaas, which was sponsored by Central Business Hub. Ajmera Fashion was the associate partner, and the event was supported by Amantran Gems and Jewellery.
Some of the leading brands like Jainam, Shikhar Prints, Navkar Reality, Holistica World, Astroworld, The Hauss, Nancy graphics, Pal Fitness & weight loss centre and many other brands and their directors participated in Pahechaan Awards Ceremony.
Pahechaan-3 (Honouring Business Visionaries) is the platform to Honor Business Visionaries from Surat and South Gujarat, who have not only sustained their businesses during the difficult times of the pandemic but ensured that the huge workforce and their families in their respective industries are not rendered jobless.
Many leading entrepreneurs and industrialists from the city and across the country shared their opinions and experiences on how to increase trade and commerce and create more employment opportunities for the people post-pandemic.
A panel discussion was organized where the leading personalities in the trade and industry shared their experiences and success stories during the difficult times of the coronavirus pandemic as part of the knowledge sharing series.
Piyush Vyas, who is the brainchild behind the Pahechaan awards, said, “Pahechaan means identity, and our mission is to honor the businessmen and industrialists who have done exemplary work in their respective fields. This is the third consecutive year that the Pahechaan Awards was organized to strengthen the morale of industrialists and business owners”. PiyushPooja holds a strong reputation to do such inspiring events for the last many years. Piyush Vyaas is the Current Guinness World Record Holder in title Most Speeches in 24 Hours & Pooja Vyaas is a Title winner in Mrs Tiara India 2018.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], October 20: Mumbai-based ‘Being Sevak Charitable Trust, a non-government organization (NGO) working for the upliftment and development of visually impaired people, underprivileged, and poor children, organized the national awards function titled ‘Rashtriya Humanitarian Sevak Awards’ to honor the individuals who have done exemplary work in their respective fields on October 14.
Anuradha Paudwal and Mansi Joshi Roy presented the Rashtriya Humanitarian Sevak Awards to about 15 awardees from various fields at the awards function held during the Navaratri festival at MMK College ground in Mumbai’s Bandra on October 14.
Dr. Bhavesh Bhatia, a visually challenged successful entrepreneur and founder of Sunrise candles based in Mahabaleshwar, was given away an award for his outstanding work in the category of social entrepreneurship. Dr Bhatia, who has been honored three times with the prestigious President’s National award, appeared in various documentaries and interviews such as the famous TV show ‘Satyamev Jayate’, Hunarbaaz and Zara Hatke, etc.
The second awardee was Dr. Charudatta Jadhav, India’s first visually challenged celebrated Chess player and founder and president of All India Chess Federation for the Blind. Dr. Jadav conducted three World Championships and an Olympiad for the visually impaired Chess player as the Blind administrator. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated and acknowledged Dr. Jadav’s achievements as a visually challenged Chess player of the country.
Being Sevak Charitable Trust is working in five states in the country. The main focus of the organization is on the overall development of the visually impaired people, underprivileged children, poor and needy sections of the society through Mission Annapurna and various other projects.Trustee of Being Sevak Charitable Trust, Priyank Shah, and other members were present during the National awards function in Mumbai.
Addressing a mammoth gathering, Anuradha Paudwal, an Indian playback singer, said, “I am very humble and honored to be a part of the Being Sevak Charitable Trust event. I got inspired and motivated hearing the extraordinary achievement of all the awardees.”
Mansi Joshi Roy, an Indian actress, was also impressed by the unique initiative of the Being Sevak Charitable Trust and their effort to recognize the contribution of the visually impaired talent in the society. Roy expressed her intentions in joining the trust.
Others who received the National Award were Yogita Tambe, Ajay Lalwani, Darshan Kamble, Dr. Kalpana Kharade, Dr. Santosh Lahu Khandekar, Ajay Vichare, Raju Waghmare, Subhash Chougule, CA Rushabh Kapasi, Tejal Vayas, Jayesh Katelia, Bharat Min, and Advocate Sanjay Jadhav. All the awardees were felicitated by the Anuradha Paudwal, Mansi Joshi Roy, and trustee of the Being Sevak Charitable Trust, Priyank Shah.