Yuva Summit 2012 Awarded Leaders

Posted on Sunday, August 19, 2012 by LEAD

Nagmani from Kittel Science College, Dharwad
Nagmani receives award from Mr. Narayana Murthy
Kiran Vidhyasagar 
When Nagmani saw a few children begging out in the street, she couldn’t stop herself from talking to them. She went to their house and enquired with their parents on why they don’t send them to school. Seeing their financial condition she decided to teach them, for four months she taught them and then she was able to convince their parents on the importance of education. Out of 30 now 25 children who were begging earlier are now going to school.

Umesh Mayannvar from B.K. College, Chikodi
Clean the canal
Dr. Eddy Campbell awards Umesh
The canal which supplied water to a 100+ acre land near Hirekudi, Chikodi was blocked due to the ignorance of the people, thus the young LEAder took initiative to discuss this problem with the gram Panchyat people as well farmers and convinced them to get it cleaned. He also spoke to a JCB owner to help him out. Within a week the entire village got to work and the problem was solved. Because of this initiative 1000’s of people are benefitting, the canal now brings water to 100+ farmersh.  “Where there is a will there is a way”

Mrs. Kimberly awards Vijay

Vijay Mane from Gogte Commere College, Belaum
Construction of Water Tank 
Vijay from Gogte College of commerce identified that people near laxmi temple in Manewadi- Ingali village faced the scarcity of drinking water. He identified that this problem needs to be solved. He took initiative and Spoke with the Panchyat and the Villagers and raised Rs 21000/- in cash and constructed the water tank which was inaugurated by the village people. And which is now benefitting more than 1000 people.

Vinay receives award from Mrs. Jayshree Deshpande
Vinay Patil from Jain College of Engineering, Belgaum
LED lamps out of waste Bottles 
Vinay decided to use his technical skills in solving the problem faced by the underprivileged kids near navge and santibastwad in Belgaum. His observation in seeing the frequent Power cuts in Belgaum made him design 50 low cost effective table lamps which have now illuminated the minds of the young school going children. The LED rechargeable lamps cost Rs 23 each.

Kunal Sambranekar from Angadi Institute of Technology and Management, Belgaum
Water Purification 
The water we drink every day, is it fit for drinking? This young LEADer from Belgaum took initiative of testing water for its purity. He conducted the test in 23 villages across Belgaum district. Out of the samples tested, 90% of it failed to achieve the desired result. The contained harmful bacteria which caused disease like cholera and diarrhea. The press media has covered this issue and the local Government bodies, Panchyat are working on getting clean n drinkable water to the people in these 23 villages. This project is set to benefit 2, 00,000 people in the 23 villages.

Shruti Hegde from MES Commerce College, Sirsi
Save Beggars 
Shruti receives award from Mr. Deshpande
When Shruti saw a beggar women distressed, she went to her and had a conversation. It didn’t stop with the conversation. She found that her husband was disabled and she had to beg for a living and that they lived on the street. Shruti now was determined to solve her problem, there were challenges which she had to face but there was no reason for her to step back. She went to the Tashildar’s and discussed about this problem, she found that there was some scheme by the government for the beggars. Under the same Shruti managed to get a house constructed worth Rs 10000/- and also managed to get her employment through which she is going to have a regular income.

Naveen Jha awards Mallikarjun
Mallikarjun from MSW Department, Davangere University, Davangere
Construction of Toilets
 Hygiene being a major concern in villages Mallikarjun identified that villagers were ignorant about using the toilets. He wanted to educate villagers on the importance of having toilets constructed. This was challenging task. Thus Mallikarjun was able to convince the youth about his idea and they set out on a mission, thousands of people including the villagers, the swamiji joined hands together for this noble cause. In a span of 3 months 698 toilets were constructed with the help of local government bodies, the taluk Panchayat and the gram Panchayat.

Viresh receives best leader award from Dr. Gururaj "Desh" Deshpande
Veeresh from Rural Engineering College, Hulkoti
Sensitization of Historical monument
Veeresh has done three projects; college parking, issue of PAN card, sensitization about historical temple at Unkal. Through his PAN card project he collected enough amounts to support eight LEAD projects of his college. Based on his performance in LEAD he has been promoted as Master Leader and coordinator of LEAD REC Cell. He is coordinating 50 students in his college and is mentoring all the projects. His Temple project has got media coverage lot of media coverage by which the historical monument has come into light. 

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