Media

Our projects have been covered in leading newspapers and television channels. Recognition by the media enables us to reach out to a wider audience, hence aiding us to promote awareness about the various causes that our projects address.

// The Times of India

17 October 2016

Fresh hope flows in these villagers’ lives

Project Asbah is an endeavour to provide clean drinking water to rural households through the development and marketing of clay-based water filters.

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// Hindustan Times

14 September 2016

SRCC students pitch for provision of clean drinking water for all

The entrepreneurial society of Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Enactus, has come up with the novel idea of making clean drinking water a reality for those who can’t afford expensive water purifiers.

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// DU Beat

2 September 2016

ENACTUS SRCC: PROJECT ASBAH – EVERY DROP A PROMISE

Enactus SRCC has taken a commendable leap towards providing potable water in India. Read more to find out how.

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// Times of India

15 April 2013

Students infuse life into dying art

The project aims to empower traditional puppeteers by making their art more relevant to contemporary audiences and tapping into unexplored markets.

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// India Education Diary

24 March 2013

'The Next Great Entrepreneur' Competition organised by FICCI

  ‘The Next Great Entrepreneur’ competition was aimed at involving young Indians in the entrepreneurial process. In the General Business Category the award went to ‘Life on Wheels’ whose team members were Arjun, Shruti and Praful.”         

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// Hindustan Times

11 March 2013

Moving ahead in dignified manner

"Ballo and Suman are among 21 women, who were earlier engaged in manual scavenging work at Nekpur village. Now these women have joined a facility that aims to provide finamcial empowerment to them"

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// CNN IBN

5 March 2013

SRCC students help rickshaw pullers, puppeteers, manual scavengers earn a decent living

"Students from the prestigious Sri Ram College of Commerce aren't just about number-crunching. They use social entrepreneurship to help underprivileged people in the national capital from facilitating micro-credit for rickshaw pullers to reaching out and arranging vocational training to puppete...

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// The Times Of India

26 February 2013

Out Of a Fire, Into the Kitchen

"With successful trial runs and a business model in place, volunteers are planning to expand  the scope of the project by bringing more organisations into the umbrella of Aahaar"

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