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Celebrating the spirit of being a woman with UN designated 14Th Edition of the International Women’s Day Awards

THEME: Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in Covid’19 World Mrs Ratan Kaul, Founder and President of Public Diplomacy Forum, in association with Riya Rastogi, CEO, Narmadeshwari, Sumi Gupta, Director, Tatsat Foundation, Business World and Governance Now is hosting “International Women’s Day Awards” for the true celebration of “STREE SHAKTI.” This is a much-anticipated calendar event in New Delhi in its 14th edition which is a celebration of womanhood in all its myriad facets. 8th March every year is observed worldwide as International Women’s Day keeping in mind the political and human rights theme designated by the United Nations to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievement of women. The core theme is to acknowledge the women frontline workers real heroes from the real life, the Covid-19 Women Warriors. Women, the real ‘Ashtabhujas,’ had to bear the brunt of the pandemic, juggling family, jobs, and life in all its myriad manifestations. The soul of the event is to inspire the accomplishment of our awardees who have set an example for women across the globe by gaining expertise in their respective fields, while at the same time providing a solid platform for the people who are willing to join a similar profession. On this occasion Mrs Ratan Kaul commented, “This celebration recognizes and praises the indomitable spirit and courage shown by women across fields who have excelled and achieved their aim by fighting all the odds. Our platform is enthused to recognize achievers by trying to keep that spirit up by recognising and rewarding them. I feel that womanhood needs to be celebrated more than anything else in today’s day and age. Celebrating and awarding proficient women through this platform is just another opportunity to appreciate the remarkable contribution of women to our society.” Director, Tatsat Foundation, Ms. Sumi Gupta says, “From Savitribai Phule to Rosa Parks, women have been at the forefront of social change throughout modern history”. Some of the most important movements in every field has been led by women. They make up about 50 percent of the global workforce. Therefore, it is imperative that Women’s Rights are protected and upheld by governments around the world for creating a more equitable society; without which the march of the civilization will be lopsided. The UN must press its member countries to declare Women’s Rights as an inalienable right.” Narmadeshwari is a social enterprise, which aims to empower the most socio-economic backward communities of Asia. It is a manifestation of Confederation of Empowerment Initiatives (CEI) that is currently empowering 2.5 Crore people at the grassroots level. List of special guests for 2021:
  • Honourable Dr Shashi Tharoor,
  • Honourable Rajya Sabha MP Padama Vibhushan Dr. Sonal Mansingh
  • Shri Dinesh K Patnaik (Director General at ICCR)
  • Smt. Tara Gandhi
  • Smt. Aruna Oswal
  • Dr Annurag Batra (Chairman of Business World)
List of Awardees 2021:
  • Anjalee Kapoor, Fashion Designer
  • Asha Kamal Modi, Jewellery Designer
  • Jyotika Jhalani, Fashion Entrepreneur
  • Karishhma Lamba, Motivational Blogger(GirlonHotWheels)
  • Neelima Dalmia, Adhar Author
  • Neha Khanna, Media
  • Riya Rastogi, Legal Professional
  • Saskia Rao, Music
  • Shilani Sadh, Digital Diva
  • Shaunali Nanda, Interior Design
  • Sutapa Basu, Publishing
RSVP:
  • Radhika Rastogi : +91-98992 21104
  • Shahana Mookerjea : +91-99991 01999
  • Kavita Malhotra : +91-82850 10947

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Honouring Indian Civil Servants who made 2019 better with brilliant contributions to the Society

Tatsat foundation, gFiles Foundation, join hands to recognise the unsung heroes New Delhi, December 12, 2019: India’s first magazine focusing exclusively on governance issues and the bureaucracy, gFiles, and award-winning, not-for-profit company, Tatsat Foundation (www.tatsatfoundation.com) join hands–to honour the cause of good governance, for motivating and building awareness towards good and effective administration- for the presentation of the gFiles Governance Awards, 2019, today in New Delhi, at a glittering function that was attended by senior leaders of various political parties, central and state civil servants, judges and editors and journalists. Sumi Gupta, Director, Tatsat Foundation, said, “The Awards go a long way in fostering an environment of pushing the benchmark, and in motivating professionals. The entire process building up to the annual Governance Awards exemplifies what ‘next generation governance’ is all about, and each winner is a trailblazer in resilience, agility and innovation. I sincerely congratulate the 2019 winners. In governance, the expectations are huge, there’s a lot to be done, and each push of the shovel makes a difference. It is the endeavour of Tatsat Foundation to reach help at the grassroots level, which is why we have joined hands in recognizing the best in governance.” Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways & Shipping and Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Nitin Gadkari underscored the importance of a strong political will, national and social commitment and out-of-the box thinking as key drivers of development and social change. Gadkari honoured eminent doctor Prof. S.K. Sarin and 14 other civil servants at the gfiles Governance Awards 2019 for the exemplary work they have done in their respective fields. Arjun Ram Meghwal, Union Minister of State, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise, was the Guest of Honour. “The highlight of this year’s award was that many of the awardees recommended by the jury were for technological innovation that they adopted to deliver services to the most affected people. It shows that much can be achieved if bureaucrats are willing to think and work in an unconventional manner,” said Anil Tyagi, Editor-in-Chief, gFiles magazine. Dr. Sarin, founder and director of the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), received the Lifetime Achievement award for his pioneering work in treating liver diseases. He has more than 600 publications to his credit, edited 13 books on liver diseases and contributed 87 chapters in various medical text books. He has helped develop 19 major guidelines, including six major Asian-Pacific Treatment Guidelines, for liver diseases, new treatment protocols for variceal bleeding, liver regeneration, Hepatitis B and acute-on-chronic liver failure. The awardees were finalised by a high-powered four-member jury comprising former Cabinet Secretary Prabhat Kumar, former Chief Secretary of Haryana, Vishnu Bhagwan, former Power Secretary Anil Razdan and former Secretary (Internal Security) M.B. Kaushal. Parameswaran Iyer, IAS (Retd.), Secretary, Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Ministry of Jal Shakti and Ms. Rajni Sekhri Sibal, IAS (Secretary, Department of Fisheries, Govt. of India) received the Special Jury award. Iyer played a key role in making India an Open Defecation Free country, while Sibal received the award for fighting against corruption in high places, including exposing the Haryana Junior Basic Training teachers’ recruitment scam. Umakant Umarao, IAS (Secretary, Panchayat & Rural Development Department, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh) was honoured with the Exceptional Contribution award for path-breaking work in water conservation and harvesting in the drought-prone districts of Madhya Pradesh that turned vast swaths of land from water deficient to water surplus at a fraction of cost. Ms. Ruby Ahluwalia, IRAS, (Principal Financial Advisor to Central Railways-Construction), was bestowed with the Exceptional Contribution award for exceptional service in the medical field as the founder of Sanjeevani— A Life Beyond Cancer, which provides high-quality medical care and rehabilitation to cancer patients belonging to underprivileged sections of the society. Ronald Rose, IAS (Collector and District Magistrate, Mahabubnagar, Telangana) was honoured with the Excellent Contribution award for his passionate work in generating livelihood in rural areas, poverty alleviation and urban affairs. Dr. Jitendra Kumar Soni, IAS, (Project Director, Rajasthan Urban Infrastructure Development) received the Excellent Contribution award for commendable work in the field of social welfare by executing several unique projects that impacted the lives of lakhs of children and people. Kundan Kumar, IAS (District Magistrate, Banka, Bihar) received the Excellent Contribution award for his path-breaking work in reinventing education by using IT-driven technology in the Naxalism-hit district. Shashanka Ala, IAS (Deputy Commissioner, Lawngtlai, Mizoram) was honoured with the Excellent Contribution award for tackling malnutrition in the Lawngtlai district by making every school, Anganwadi and childcare centre self-sufficient in local varieties of fruits and vegetables. Dr. Renu Raj, IAS (Secretary, Public Administration Department, Kerala) received the Excellent Contribution award for her outstanding work in protecting the State’s assets, maintaining ecological balance and providing support to the elderly. Devesh Chandra Srivastva, IPS (Joint Commissioner of Police, Southern Range, Delhi Police) was honoured with the Excellent Contribution award for launching several radical initiatives like community policing and self-defence training for women to prevent crime. Vikas Kumar, IPS (Deputy Inspector General of Police, CID (CB), Jaipur) was bestowed the Excellent Contribution award for his contribution towards maintaining law and order and crime control through innovative protocols. Ashish Tiwari, IPS (Senior Superintendent of Police, Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh) was honoured with the Excellent Contribution award for Smart e-Police innovation to solve serious internal and external problems of the police force. Siddharth Kaushal, IPS (Superintendent of Police, Prakasam, Andhra Pradesh) received the Excellent Contribution award for significantly improving administrative efficiency and citizen services through innovative use of technology About TATSAT FOUNDATION: Skilling The Social Sector TATSAT FOUNDATION (www.tatsatfoundation.com), registered member of NGOs Association of India u/s 25, Company Affairs India, steps in to bridge the gap at organizing the vast unorganized sector, in educating and skilling NGOs, in their auditing, ranking and certification to ensure an impactful mechanism, aligning with the government’s aim of making a difference at the grassroots level. The company, steered by Founder Director, CSR professional, Sumi Gupta, recognizes that improving people’s lives means starting with education and skilling the social sector workers will create valuable professionals.

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Literature In Itself Vast & Grand; Process Of Teaching Teaching Needs Change – 21st Century Learning

Tatsat Foundation join forces with Pakhi Mahotsav 2019, to celebrate Hindi literature and its cultural ambassadors New Delhi, November 16th, 2019: In an endeavour to celebrate the rich heritage of Hindi literature and promote young talent to take the legacy forward, Tatsat Foundation, comes together with GAIL, Galgotias University, WAE Corp and the Sravanthi Group, for one of the biggest Hindi literature cultural extravaganza, Pakhi Mahaotsav – ‘The Festival Of Hope’, from November 14-15, 2019, at the Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra, Sector 6, Noida. Sumi Gupta, Director of the award-winning Tatsat Foundation, said: “Literature and culture go hand in hand. With modern times and changing new technologies, we need to introduce 21st century learning methodologies, where we can teach how and where to apply literature in our lives and work and not change literature as literature is vast, complete and grandeur in itself. The annual Pakhi Mahotsav fosters a grand exchange of ideas, and we are looking forward to some fascinating new insights from Hindi litterateurs and educationists.” During his speech at the Pakhi Mahotsav 2019, Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister , Delhi, emphasising on the need for education, said, “Currently only five percent children are getting good and quality education, Whilst 95 percent receive improvised education. There are institutes like IITs and IIMs in the country, which provide quality education but how many IITs and IIMs have been made in the country?” Talking about Delhi, he added, “There is a big concern with regards to education, facilities and infrastructure in the government schools, they do not have the basic facilities like blackboard and washrooms, expecting futuristic learning will be meaningless in itself”. The Mahotsav brings together leading names in the field of Hindi literature, including award-winning and well-known authors, thinkers, scribes, essayists, poets, educationists, theatre and film personalities, musicians and folk artistes, intellectuals and politicians including the former chief minister Harish Rawat, political leader Sanjay Singh, educationists Prof Faizan Mustafa, Harish Pachauri, Prof Manoj Dixit and Manish Kulshrestha, journalist Punya Prasun Bajpai, actor Rajpal Yadav, besides many other leading artistes from the Hindi heartland attended the event. Sanjay Singh, Rajya Sabha member, said: “The event is a big step to give a boost to Hindi literature and arts. Rich heritage of Hindi arts and literature has attained unparalleled heights through Pakhi, it encourages new writers and artistes, and felicitates renowned artistes, with lifetime Achievement awards, that goes on to give a big boost to literature, culture, tradition, heritage, education, harmony, equality and tourism.” The Pakhi Mahotsav is organised every year to showcase and felicitate renowned names in Hindi literature, theatre, films and allied arts, to promote and foster the culture of all-round amity. The event is a grand and fascinating exhibition that includes talk shows, debates, musical performances, poetry reading sessions, literary dialogues, regional cuisine and much more. About TATSAT FOUNDATION: Skilling The Social Sector Tatsat Foundation, Registered Member of NGOs Association of India u/s 25, Company Affairs India, it steps in to bridge the gap at organizing the vast unorganized sector, in educating and skilling NGOs, in their auditing, ranking and certification to ensure a reliable watchdog mechanism, aligning with the government’s aim of making a difference at the grassroots level.

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Tatsat Foundation Director Sumi Gupta receives Confluence “Excellence Award 2019”

Award Received at the House of Commons of the United Kingdom, London, for innovative concepts “Education & Skilling Social Workers” and the “environment friendly Seed Paper” New Delhi, October 1st, 2019: TATSAT Foundation’s Founder Director – Sumi Gupta today, received the prestigious Confluence “Excellence Award 2019” in the category ’Social Enterprise Award’, held at the House of Commons of the United Kingdom, London, amid a glittering ceremony graced by, Lord Rami Ranger, Lord Bhiku Parikh, Lord Dolar Popat , Lord Swaraj Paul, Ms. Karishma Kapoor( Actor), Mr. Sanjay Kapoor( Actor), Ms. Gracy Singh( Actor), Chanda Patel(Producer), Ms. Rina Dhaka(Fashion Designer), Kallie Purie ( C.E.O, India today), Mr. Sandeep Marwah of Marwah Studios and many more British parliamentarians, celebrities, dignities, and distinguished luminaries, amongst others. Ms Gupta received the Excellence Award, for her exemplary contribution in the Social Sector, for innovative concepts — “Education & Skilling Social Workers” and the “environment friendly Seed Paper”. The innovative “Seed Paper”, is an eco-conscious way of recycling paper and giving it back to the earth for planting the seed-embedded paper to grow more saplings. On receiving the award, Ms Gupta said: “Throughout my career in the corporate and CSR space, I have realized the importance of education and innovation. This Award strengthens my resolve to steer Tatsat Foundation into doing more meaningful work with collaborative approaches, in line with Prime Minister Modi’s vision of Skilling India.” Ms Gupta was also the distinguished Speaker and Panelist at the inaugural session of Confluence “Excellence Award 2019”– promoting Indian Crafts and Culture – Celebrating 150 years of Mahatma Gandhi”, held at India House, High Commission of India, London, on 26 September, 2019. Ms Gupta spoke on New Age Innovation, Research, Education, Training, & Skill Development programs, and about strengthening India-UK ties through collaborations in the social sector. About Seed Paper Tatsat Foundation strongly believes in a holistic culture of inclusivity, fostering an environment that bolsters innovation and growth. With growing widespread international concern about the amount of single-use plastic and its disposal, Director Sumi Gupta researched an innovative idea that makes good use of visiting cards, grocery bills and so on, that otherwise end up in trash bins. Ms Gupta planted the Tatsat visiting card, embedded with marigold seeds into a small pot and with each green stem and leaf sprouting from the earth, the Tatsat Visiting Card had helped to nurture the beautiful plant. In recognition of Ms Gupta’s efforts in developing the Seed Paper, she was awarded the prestigious Confluence “Excellence Award 2019”. About TATSAT FOUNDATION: Skilling The Social Sector Tatsat Foundation, Registered Member of NGOs Association of India u/s 25, Company Affairs India, steps in to bridge the gap at organizing the vast unorganized sector, in educating and skilling NGOs, in their auditing, ranking and certification to ensure a reliable watchdog mechanism, aligning with the government’s aim of making a difference at the grassroots level.

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Tatsat foundation signs MOU with Prashak For Sustainable, Cost Effective, Green, Innovative Building Technology and Systems

New Delhi, September 24, 2019: Tatsat Foundation, a section 8 company, today announced signing an MOU with Prashak, a technology company, at a ceremony at the Hyatt, New Delhi. The two companies will Provide onsite Sanitation Integrated, Disaster Resilient Building Technology solutions for Cluster Housing & Public Buildings; Enabling Community Participation & Empowerment in Institutionalizing “SMARTGRAM® . On the occasion Dr. Nair , director, Prashak, said, “ On the occasion Sumi Gupta said “ The novel Technology solutions have been researched and developed at the reputed Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)- an international institute of higher learning based in Thailand. These technology solutions have Intellectual property rights (IPR) vide a portfolio of patent filings owned by AIT and managed by Prashak Techno Enterprises. Two Indians, Dr. Praful Naik (Director & CEO of Prashak) and Prof. Dr. Siddharth Jabade (Vice Chancellor, Vishwakarma University) are co-inventors of these technology solutions. Onsite Sanitation Integrated, Disaster Resilient Building Technology solutions for Cluster Housing & Public Buildings; Enabling Community Participation & Empowerment in Institutionalizing “SMARTGRAM® – INTEGRATED SMART SETTLEMENTS” Sustainable, Cost Effective, Green, Innovative Building Technology and Systems Habitech-NivaraTantra® Building & Onsite Natural Sanitation Technology Solutions The novel Technology solutions have been researched and developed at the reputed Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)- an international institute of higher learning based in Thailand. These technology solutions have Intellectual property rights (IPR) vide a portfolio of patent filings owned by AIT and managed by Prashak Techno Enterprises. Two Indians, Dr. Praful Naik (Director & CEO of Prashak) and Prof. Dr. Siddharth Jabade (Vice Chancellor, Vishwakarma University) are co-inventors of these technology solutions.
  • The Housing / Building Structure technology comprises 2 key innovations:
  • “compacted intermeshing®” blocks (CIB) made from local soil (a major portion of up to 40% can be replaced with Fly Ash) judiciously mixed with stabilizers and additives. The production of compacted intermeshing blocks is an entirely green process using novel, simple to use, manual press equipment (operable by unskilled people) for small projects and high pressure Hydraulic press system (operable by unskilled people after short training) for large projects and unlike conventional brick making process, it does not require kilns / furnace to fire/cure the blocks. These blocks have novel structural voids for intermittent horizontal and vertical reinforcement to enable appropriate structural strength obviating use of beams, columns and concrete lintels. The voids in the CIB also enable natural air curtain against temperature, noise pollution and water penetration resulting in considerably lower temperature from the outside ambient temperature as well as substantial lowering of noise penetration; making the buildings highly energy efficient
  • “Peggable Contoured®” flat roofing structure comprising Joist and contoured pans manufactured with the help of novel joist and pan making equipment leading to a flat roof with significantly higher load bearing capacity with lesser amount of Cement as compared to conventional flat roofs.
  • Thisinnovativetechnologysolutionenablescreationofstateoftheart,disaster resilient environment friendly, green and cost-effective building structures of ground plus two levels using local materials and resources (unskilled manpower including women) with significantly lower use of Cement and Steel, resulting in low carbon foot print, gender equality and an effective financial inclusion model.
  • The Onsite Natural Sanitation technology comprises 2 key innovations:
  • A novel Anaerobic “Inclined multi-baffles®” reactor (AIBR) system which enables a significantly better digestion of fecal matter resulting in significantly lower particulate effluent discharge.
About TATSAT FOUNDATION: Skilling The Social Sector Tatsat Foundation, Registered Member of NGOs Association of India u/s 25, Company Affairs India, steps in to bridge the gap at organizing the vast unorganized sector, in educating and skilling NGOs, in their auditing, ranking and certification to ensure a reliable watchdog mechanism, aligning with the government’s aim of making a difference at the grassroots level.

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Tatsat Foundation and Keshav Mahavidhyalaya organise Sustainable Skills and Livelihood Program for the Under privileged

Delhi, 20th September, 2019: Tatsat Foundation, registered office at Barakhamba Road, New Delhi, along with the faculty of Keshav Mahavidhyalaya, University of Delhi at Pritam Pura, today organised a CSR initiative focusing on sustainable programs and livelihood for the under-privileged members of the society. During the event, Dr Rubina Mittal, Professor at Delhi University, and Ms Sumi Gupta, Director, Tatsat Foundation, spoke to the students about various business models, sustainability projects and viability models for sustainable living which the under-privileged section of the society can undertake through skills, training and entrepreneurship. On the occasion, Ms Sumi Gupta said: “Tatsat Foundation recognizes that improving people’s lives means starting at the local level. Skilling the social sector workers will create valuable professionals. Though some reputed organizations are involved in nurturing talent in the social service sector, a vast majority of NGOs are unable to have access to such institutions. Our Foundation advocates education and skill training for all social workers across the board.” Tatsat Foundation has also steered the Seed Paper innovation–a small and wonderful step that encourages recycling and ensures zero CO2 emission that happens in traditional waste disposal methods. With these initiatives and an emphasis on cutting-edge research and training to organize the social sector, Tatsat Foundation is striving to blend innovative technology with creative ideas to ensure a brighter future for the entire community. Ms Sumi Gupta has also won the National Excellence Award instituted by the World Book of Records, and is going for the Bharat Conclave Confluence Awards in London to receive the award. The award is in recognition for her pioneering work in the field of Education for Social Workers and in recognition of the innovative concept of Seed Paper, an eco-conscious way of recycling paper and giving it back to the earth to grow more saplings. TATSAT FOUNDATION : Skilling The Social Sector Tatsat Foundation, Registered Member of NGOs Association of India u/s 25, Company Affairs India, steps in to bridge the gap at organizing the vast unorganized sector, in educating and skilling NGOs, in their auditing, ranking and certification to ensure a reliable watchdog mechanism, aligning with the government’s aim of making a difference at the grassroots level.

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Sumi Gupta, Tatsat Foundation Director wins National Excellence Award, 2019

national-excellence-awards-2019Indore, Madhya Pradesh; 25th August, 2019: Sumi Gupta, Founder Director, Tatsat Foundation, has been conferred with the National Excellence Award (NEA) 2019, by Alma, instituted under the Ministry of Company & Affairs, Govt. of India. Ms Gupta received the National Excellence Award at an awards ceremony in the presence of distinguished guests including Rajya Sabha member Amar Singh, actor Jayaprada, Punjabi singer Jaspinder Narula, amongst others. Ms Sumi Gupta has won the Award for her pioneering work in the field of Education for Social Workers and in recognition of the innovative concept of “Seed Paper”, an eco-conscious way of recycling paper and giving it back to the earth for planting the seed-embedded paper to grow more saplings. On this occasion, Tatsat Foundation, Director Sumi Gupta, said:”Tatsat Foundation recognizes that improving people’s lives means starting at the local level. Skilling the social sector workers will create valuable professionals. Though some reputed organizations are involved in nurturing talent in the social service sector, a vast majority of NGOs are unable to have access to such institutions. Our foundation advocates education and skill training for all social workers across the board”. About TATSAT FOUNDATION: Skilling The Social Sector Tatsat Foundation, Registered Member of NGOs Association of India u/s 25, Company Affairs India, it steps in to bridge the gap at organizing the vast unorganized sector, in educating and skilling NGOs, in their auditing, ranking and certification to ensure a reliable watchdog mechanism, aligning with the government’s aim of making a difference at the grassroots level. About Alma Alma is an autonomous body formed with the aim of promoting computer literacy amongst youth with affordable fees, and to motivate and honour people for their social, cultural, educational and environmental work. To motivate ground-breaking social development, Alma instituted the National Excellence Award (NEA) in collaboration with the World Book of Records in India, United Kingdom, United States and Australia, under the aegis of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

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