LEAD is proud to announce its third annual leadership journey, LEAD Prayana. From January 7th to January 21st, enthusiastic and passionate students from throughout India will travel across Karnataka, interacting with reputable role models, going on site visits, and engaging in hands-on activities, each of which play a special role in helping the students become inspired in order to unleash their leadership potential.
The DCSE is offering students an opportunity to make a change in their world today. We know students have big ideas for a better India, and we want them to see that vision transform into reality. LEADers will have the opportunity to network with successful social entrepreneurs, gain leadership and volunteer experiences and work intimately with the local community.This site would help you to go through all those ideas on which our LEADers are working on. Please use google chrome or Mozilla firefox for better experience.
On January 19th and 20th, 2014, thousands of academicians, entrepreneurs, and enthusiastic youth will assemble for the fourth annual Yuva Summit, an international conference focused on instilling leadership, development entrepreneurship among youth.
January 30th, 2013 marked the Deshpande Foundation’s 3rd annual Yuva Summit, where hundreds of students and educators gathered to commemorate the LEADers on their projects and their accomplishments. The Yuva Summit is one of the opening events for the Deshpande Foundation’s annual Development Dialogue, an annual, international conference that features some of India’s greatest pioneers in entrepreneurship and development.
From June 10th to June 19th, 2013, 33 college students from across different regions of Karnataka participated in the Deshpande Foundation’s LEAD Leadership Program. LEAD Leadership Program aims to help students become strong leaders through practical exposure to an array of subjects, site visits, and guest speaker sessions.
Rainwater harvesting is the conservation of rainwater to be reused for future needs. Nagaraj and people in his village of Karoor constructed a krishihonda to help harvest rainwater. 30 villagers benefitted from Nagaraj's project.