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Adianta sessions: Diana Jue on social-impact technology

The Adianta School extends its heartiest welcome to – Diana Jue who is a co founder at Essmart: developing technologies for the underprivileged in the rural areas such as — affordable solar lanterns, nonelectric water filters and other life improving technologies. She is here to share insights on tackling challenges … Continue reading

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How everybody met the(ir) Makers – Pecha Kucha #27

Pecha Kucha Night is always fast, eye-opening, exciting and close to an adrenaline rush in a vaguely academic (even if partially industrious this time around) sense. Keeping a track of it successfully would work if you had super-fast internet speeds, … Continue reading

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THE ACUMEN FELLOWS PROGRAM LAUNCH COCKTAIL PARTY – IN IMAGES

An evening of conversation, music, food and cocktails – As Acumen and Adianta co-hosted the launch party for the 20 inspired individuals selected from across the country for the first Acumen India Fellowship Program. Adianta school was happy to have … Continue reading

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The India Fellows through the eyes of Jacqui Papineau

Over the last few days, in Delhi, the first 20 Fellows of the Acumen India Fellows Program have been part of a seminar that has apparently been testing and gruelling, mentally and emotionally and at some level even physically. But … Continue reading

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The Achievement of Change – how? (Part 2)

In an effort to show off their very proudly hand picked 20, Acumen India asked them a question, ‘How will the Acumen Fellowship help you achieve change?’ . Below are some answers from the next 10 Fellows.

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The Achievement of change – how? (Part 1)

With Friday evening’s Program launch cocktail reception just a few days away, Acumen India asked their 20 Fellows a question, below are the first 5 replies (How will the Acumen Fellowship help you achieve change? ) :

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Acumen Fellows, the final 5

The India Fellows Program brings together approximately 20 emerging leaders from different cultures, regions, sectors, and socio-economic backgrounds across India to participate in the year-long fellowship. The program offers the unique opportunity to receive world-class training and collaborate with like-minded … Continue reading

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Acumen India Fellows, 5 more

Each year, the India Fellows Program brings together approximately 20 emerging leaders from different cultures, regions, sectors, and socio-economic backgrounds across India to participate in the year-long fellowship. The program offers the unique opportunity to receive world-class training and collaborate … Continue reading

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Acumen India Fellows, the next 5

The India Fellows Program brings together approximately 20 emerging leaders from different cultures, regions, sectors, and socio-economic backgrounds across India to participate in the year-long fellowship. The program offers the unique opportunity to receive world-class training and collaborate with like-minded … Continue reading

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Acumen Fellows, the First 5

Each year, the India Fellows Program brings together approximately 20 emerging leaders from different cultures, regions, sectors, and socio-economic backgrounds across India to participate in the year-long fellowship. The program offers the unique opportunity to receive world-class training and collaborate … Continue reading

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