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sarabjeet singh
Samhita Social Ventures

Sarabjeet is an Associate at Samhita Social Ventures, a social enterprise supported by the Nadathur Group. Samhita aims to build an eco-system for social organizations and they are currently working on a portal which will provide non-profits with every kind of support that they need and help them scale impact, while creating multiple options for individual and support organizations to support.

Sarabjeet is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technoloy Kharagpur where he studied a five year bachelors and masters course in mathematics and computing. He is passionate about business, social entrepreneurship, climate change and international relations. Sarabjeet is a StartingBloc Fellow and was an Indian Youth delegate to the UNFCCC’c Climate Change Conference COP15 in Copenhagen. He is a avid blogger and volunteers with the Al Gore Sustainable Technology Venture Competition.

Prior to joining the development sector, Sarabjeet has worked on projects in computer science at University of Stuttgart and the CSAIL lab at MIT. Sarabjeet also runs a social enterprise Let Me Know,which connects youth to opportunities and works with the Acara Institute, which helps incubate sustainable social businesses

Articles by sarabjeet singh

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    Acara Challenge 2010: Eight Social Business Ideas

    From clean water delivery near Vellore to chromium recovery in the tanneries of Tamil Nadu to clean-gas cooked food tiffin services in Delhi, the finalist teams of the Acara Challenge 2010 have some great ideas to change the world.

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    Social Entrepreneurship Boot Camp

    I recently attended the final evening of the Socent Bootcamp organized by Unltd India in Mumbai for all their investee applicants. UnLtd India is a social incubator, providing one-on-one coaching, networking, and seed capital that people need to achieve huge impact.

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    Design Thinking: Inspire, Ideate and Implement!

    I read a brilliant article ’Design Thinking for Social Innovation’ published in the Winter 2010 edition of the Stanford Social Innovation Review today. The article talks about the need for human-centric design to solve complex problems and takes one through the key elements in the ’Design Thinking’ process.

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