The Tryst with Destiny: Entrepreneurship in Independent India
The Tryst with Destiny: Entrepreneurship in Independent India
This is the third article in a trilogy that shall trace the evolution of the entrepreneurial landscape in India from...
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Entrepreneurship from the 18th Century till the Independence of India
Entrepreneurship from the 18th Century till the Independence of India
After the fall of what would later be the Bengal presidency to the British, the East India Company's reach was...
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Can an NGO’s strategy borrow elements from Coca-Cola?
Can an NGO’s strategy borrow elements from Coca-Cola?
Non-Governmental Organisations or Non-profits seek to improve the lives of the most disadvantaged, whilst corporations add value to society to...
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Is India an entrepreneurial nation? – Part 1
Is India an entrepreneurial nation? – Part 1
In many ways, the true progress of the developing nation can be judged from the purity and the advancement of...
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Good Schemes that are unable to do much Good : MSME loans and roadblocks
Good Schemes that are unable to do much Good : MSME loans and roadblocks
I gave my three-year-old cousin a pen and asked her to write the alphabet ‘A’  without ever teaching her what...
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An unexpected job loss that became a push in the entrepreneurial direction
An unexpected job loss that became a push in the entrepreneurial direction
  Statistics about job losses started coming in soon after the lockdown was announced in late March (2020) and continued...
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Accelerating Micro-Entrepreneurship at the Base of the Pyramid
Accelerating Micro-Entrepreneurship at the Base of the Pyramid
Over the past year, we, at LetsEndorse, have been implementing our intervention model Project Udyamita in collaboration with SIDBI (Small...
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The Decade of Action – Moving Towards 2030 Agenda of SDGs
The Decade of Action – Moving Towards 2030 Agenda of SDGs
Starting from 2020, a new decade is all set to embark on a new journey, unfurling into a spectrum of...
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World Braille Day 2020 – The Language of The Blind
World Braille Day 2020 – The Language of The Blind
World Braille Day, January 4th, 2020: It is true that blind and visually impaired people can’t see but who said...
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LGBTQI: A Community of Genders that Matter Too
LGBTQI: A Community of Genders that Matter Too
‘Acceptance’ is beyond just a word. It inclines with one’s self-worth, identity and feelings and LGBTQI community (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,...
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Diversity and Inclusion: Intervening where it matters the most
Diversity and Inclusion: Intervening where it matters the most
It has been just a week since the International Women's Day, themed #BalanceforBetter, towards creating a gender-balanced world. The race...
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ASER 2018- Time to make ‘learning for all’ a national priority
ASER 2018- Time to make ‘learning for all’ a national priority
ASER (ANNUAL STATUS OF EDUCATION REPORT), the only national source of information about children’s foundational skills across the country, has been...
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Affordable eyecare and crystal clear vision: A Sneak Peak on World Sight Day
Affordable eyecare and crystal clear vision: A Sneak Peak on World Sight Day
Our eyes are said to be the most important sense organ but 1 out of 100 Indians cannot use these...
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Chalk and Challenges- Transforming the education system, One Teacher at a time!
Chalk and Challenges- Transforming the education system, One Teacher at a time!
“… It is a greater work to educate a child, in the true and large sense of that phrase, than...
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Malnutrition- The Silent Catastrophe and the Miraculous supplements
Malnutrition- The Silent Catastrophe and the Miraculous supplements
Children are the wealth of tomorrow; take care of them, if you wish to have a strong India ever ready...
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