Monthly Archives: November 2013

Meet our 8th speaker for the Pecha Kucha Night: Amit Kumar Singh

With masters in Tourism Management & Marketing, Amit currently works with Travel Unravel as a Team Leader. He is involved in varied functions ranging from designing flexible tour packages to meet the needs of different clients to being actively involved … Continue reading

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Meet our 7th speaker for the upcoming Pecha Kucha Night: Soumyajit Chakladar

Soumyajit Chakladar, 22 is a communication design passout from NIFT, New Delhi. He is currently working as a communication/space designer for Liganova Gmbh. Having worked with the Happy Hands foundation, a non profit organization working with artists and craftsmen; he … Continue reading

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Meet Vimlendu Jha : Our 6th speaker for the upcoming Pecha Kucha Night

Vimlendu Jha is a dynamic youth leader from India who currently heads Swechha, a Delhi-based youth and environment organization. He also works closely with the Government of India through its Planning Commission arm, including the local government of New Delhi. … Continue reading

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Meet our 5th speaker for the upcoming Pecha Kucha Night: Shubhagato Dasgupta

Shubhagato Dasgupta is a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. His current research is focused on drinking water and sanitation sector in India, with particular reference to flagship government programs and service delivery challenges in the … Continue reading

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Meet our next speakers for the upcoming Pecha Kucha Night:

Radhika Khaitan: Upon completing schooling from Jaipur, Radhika went to the University of Nottingham in U.K. for her BBA. She graduated from Nottingham with a double honors degree in Finance, Accounting and Management in 2007. Radhika then moved to her home … Continue reading

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Meet our 3rd speaker for the upcoming Pecha Kucha Night: Pradip Saha

Pradip Saha, 53, co-director of DamageControl, a research and communication consultancy for social sector. He was associated director of Centre for Science and Environment [CSE] till 2010, and Managing editor of Down To Earth, a fortnightly on science and environment. … Continue reading

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Meet Jayant Narayan : Our 2nd speaker for the upcoming Pecha Kucha Night

Jayant is an Electrical and Electronics Engineer by training from VIT, Vellore and has been working with GIZ (German International Cooperation) for the past 1 year on environment, sustainability, resources and E-waste management. He works on policy advocacy, research, informal sector … Continue reading

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Responsible Design

“Creation without responsibility creates destruction” – Mike Monteiro In his inspiring talk, ‘How Designers Destroyed the World’, at Webstock, New Zealand,  Mike Monteiro discusses the responsibility of designers and the possible consequences of forgetting the same, a near existential question … Continue reading

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Meet Nakul Kumar: Our 1st speaker for the upcoming Pecha Kucha Night

Nakul Kumar co-founded ReGlobe in 2009, a successful and unique entrepreneurial firm which aims to provide innovative solutions for end-of-life product recovery working with some of the leading electronics brands in the country. In 2013 ReGlobe forayed into online re-e … Continue reading

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Pecha Kucha Night #23- Watch out for the it!

Hi everyone and we are back with the 23rd edition of Pecha Kucha Night. Interestingly enough, this time we get together to brainstorm and discuss about Waste, Garbage and Shit. And yes, folks that’s our theme for the next PKN … Continue reading

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