Hubballi, November 14: Deshpande Foundation’s LEAD – Leaders Accelerating Development program has announced its annual leadership journey “LEAD Prayana,” a leadership journey for youth aged 18 to 26 years, in Karnataka. The event offers a unique, life-time chance to be a part of a great journey to be hosted across Dharwad/Hubballi, Belagavi, Doddaballapur, Bengaluru, Mysore, Manipal/Udupi and Dharmasthala in Karnataka and Kuppam of Andhra Pradesh.
To “unleash your leadership potential”, join us for a memorable 1800 km journey for a lifetime experiment. During the 14 fun-filled days, you will meet and hear from 10 inspiring role models, see their extraordinary work, visit 8 destinations, take part in panel sessions, explore 12 unique organizations, institutions and industries, and create your own groups to share your hands-on experiential learning.
LEAD Prayana kicks off from Hubballi on January 16, 2017, covering all the destinations and culminated at Hubballi on January 29, 2017 with an International Conference called “YUVA SUMMIT”.
This is an opportunity for the youth to be a part of this unique journey, and make their dream of meeting the real leaders come true.
Here’s how to get on board this dream journey:
? Prayana is open for every passionate and enthusiastic individual from anywhere in India, aged between 18 and 26 years.
? Register/Fill the Application Form at www.leadcampus.org/leadprayana/
? Attend an interview, either telephonic or in person.
? Get selected and complete the participation formalities.
? Welcome on board to Prayana 2017! Selected students will join the journey scheduled from January 16th to January 29th, 2017.
Apply before December 15, 2016 to reserve a seat for yourself.
? For more Information and selection process of LEAD Prayanawww.leadcampus.org/leadprayana/
For more details about the journey
Contact: Mr.AbhinandanKavale - +91-9900053763, Mr. Guru +91-9900035214
LEADers Accelerating Development (LEAD) program aims at unleashing problem-solving and leadership skills through experiential learning among college-going students. The overarching impact is that the students turn into grown-up adults with an aptitude to take charge of the ideas they are passionate about. It makes considerable impact on students by letting them choose entrepreneurship as a career.
LEAD has so far created 26,037 LEADers and has encouraged college students in Karnataka, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu to execute over 9,000 projects, each addressing a pain point of the community they live or of an industry that interests them.
To know more about LEAD visit: www.leadcampus.org .
Have you ever dreamt of meeting Role Models live? Ever dreamt of talking to them face to face and knowing their stories? And most of the times it has remained a dream only! But what if you are made to sit in a bus which will take you along with 100 more passionate youth to the role model which you had only dreamt of meeting and talking to them! Here comes a Life Time Opportunity to be part of a Unique Journey, which will make your dream of meeting the real Leaders come true!
Activities and sharing in Bus
Experiencing the square wheeled bicycle
Exposure visit to - Infosys
Hands on learning- making creative dustbins
Interaction with Organic Farmer Narayan Reddy
Intweraction with instructore in field visit
Q n A with Heggade Ji
Session with Narayan Murthy
Session with Rolemodel_ Anousheh Ansari
Visit to Akshay Patra
With kids in evening school near kuppam
experiancing science experiments at Agastya
Hubli, Karnataka based Deshpande Foundation’s LEAD (LEaders Accelerating Development) brings a unique life time chance to be a part of the memorable journey called “LEAD Prayana” a Leadership Journey on Wheels! It’s an annual leadership journey for youth aged of 18-26 hosted in Karnataka cities; Dharwad/Hubballi, Belagavi, Sagar, Doddaballapur, Bangaluru, Mysore, Manipal/Udupi, Dharmasthala and Kuppam of Andhra Pradesh.
With the aim to “unleash your leadership potential”! Join us for a memorable 1800 km journey for lifetime.
For 14 fun-filled days you will meet and hear from 10 inspiring role models, see their extraordinary work, visit 9 destinations, take part in panel sessions, explore 12 unique organizations, institutions and industries, and create your own groups to share your hands-on, experiential learning. The journey kicks off from Hubballi on 24th Jan, 2018 covering all the destinations and ends on 3rd Feb, 2018 at Hubballi with an International Conference called “YUVA SUMMIT”
The Role models who will interact with the Prayana participants : Mr. Phanindra Sama (Co-Founder, Redbus.in), Dr. Veerendra Heggade (Dharmadhikari, Dharmasthala), Mr. Dilip Modi (CEO, Spice Corp Ltd), Dr. Gururaj “Desh” Deshpande (Chairman, Sparta group LLC), Mr. Raju Reddy (Co-founder and CEO of Sierra Atlantic), Mr. Vivek Pawar (CEO, Sankalp Semiconductor Pvt. Ltd) Mr. Naveen Jha (CEO, Deshpande Foundation) and many more.
Testimonials of Prayana Alumni’s
"LEAD Prayana changed my way of thinking as an entrepreneur. It's not just about the money-ethical values and humanity is also responsible for building an institution or company that is sustainable and will help generations to come. It should have a purpose." Shivanand Patil participant from Belgaum
"LEAD Prayana was a 14-day trip after which I can actually find a change in myself. I now have a willingness to do something, an urge to speak up rather than sit back and watch others. You get to learn and experience so many things that lie beyond your imagination. I learned that to do anything in the world worth doing, we must not stand back, shivering and thinking of the cold and danger, but jump in and face it." Anam Hudli, Karnataka
How did LEAD Prayana impacted on students..?
LEader Pallavi who was part of LEAD Prayana 2014, has got inspired by Siri Program at Dharmasthala in Lead Prayana. She had trained 1500+ women in village of Vijayapur, out of which she helped 342 women to get “micro-finance loan” to start their business. Being Lead prayani she could find her hidden potential & transformed from student to a Leader. She received award in Yuva Summit 2015 from Nobel peace awardee Mr. Kailash Satyarthi.
LEader Manjunath Gogi was LEAD Prayani who got inspired by the Role models that he met during his prayana, & now he is organizer of big event called “Talaash”, the aim of this event is to spark technical curiosity among the students and give them a platform to implement their ideas and convert them as Technopreneur with their own ideas. He was awarded as an Inspiring Active Leader in LEAD Valedictory, 2014.
Thinking how to get on board to this dream journey?
• Prayana is open for every Passionate, Enthusiastic individual from across India who must be in between 18 to 26 years of age.
• Get registered/Fill the Application Form at www.leadcampus.org/prayana
• Attend an interview, either Telephonic or Personal
• Selection and finish the participation formalities
• Welcome on Board to Prayana 2018!
The Dates for LEAD Prayana 2018 are from January 21st to Feb 3rd, 2018.
Apply soon to reserve a seat for yourself!
For more Information about LEAD Prayana and to Download the Application Form online,
Contact: Raghavendra, Mobile: +91-8147374437
Mr. Abhinandan Kavale, Mobile: +91-9900053763
For last year’s Journey experience, visit
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