Keynote is a crucible of thoughts, ideas and vision. Keynote presents thought-provoking talks and discussions by distinguished leaders and change makers of national and international repute. It is a congregation of policy makers, innovators, social scientists to initiate passionate discussions around the themes covering crucial issues with the participation of all the stakeholders. It acts as a catalyst in disseminating the ideas and discourse meant to pave a way for impacts.
Keynote 2016- Happy Cillages
City and Villages ie Cillages need to be happy but how? In the backdrop of Happiness Ministry announced by MP Govt., discussing how to achieve, measure and multiply happiness and what all need to be focussed. Governance, City/Village planning, Global Citizenry, Community Drives/ Engagement, IT enabled Services, Inclusiveness, Science and Spiritual Growth, Cultural Roots, Liberty and Choices etc as indicators. We would have range of speakers for Solo Speech, Panel Discussions and Demonstration.
It’s time for continuous review and cautious watch over functioning of democracy and issues related to society and nation. There will be sessions to talk about the governance issues, discussions on environment and growth, mining and tribal issues, sports, gender spaces and some uncommon noble deeds and some controversial streaks also. It’s a keynote by each speaker, as they stand tall in their respective field of work and speak with authority or sense of responsibility. Day 1 is tone setting and off beat, while Day 2 is more about serious deliberations along with powerful stories which must be heard to help us understand our own selves better.
Dr Raman Singh, Ajit Jogi, Manish Tiwari, Medha Patkar, Ashok Bhagat, Navin Jindal, Achyuta Samantha, DM Awasthi, Prabhakar Gwal, Rakeysh Om Prakash Mehra, Jagdish Changiram Kaliraman, Ravindra Upadhyay, Bela Bhatia, Prof Lalji Singh, Dr Ashok Pangariya, Ayyappa Masagi, Joshi Sisters, Arvind Netam, Raghav Chadda, Soumya Dutta, Arvind Netam, Saba Anjum, Rajesh Chauhan, Rustam Sarang, Dr Veena Sahajwalla, Shishir Bajoriai, Prahalad Roy Goenka, Ramesh Agarwal, Rana Sengupta, Sandip Sen, Harshvardhan, Saiyami Kher.