Subhash Chandra Foundation aims to strengthen the ability of the citizens by providing robust empowerment platforms.
“Sarthi is Revolutionizing the Way People Are Empowered to Take Actions.”The word “Sarthi” (सारथी) means the one who drives us in the right direction. True to its name, this mission is one such guiding force that propels change in the lives of people through constructive interventions. Sarthi is a flagship program of Subhash Chandra Foundation that seeks to create a nation where citizens are well informed about their rights and duties; empowered enough to raise their voices against the problems faced by them, which are then effectively addressed and resolved.
Sarthi is a network of like-minded institutions such as Government Department, Non-Government Organization, Corporate Foundations and Voluntary Organizations, which are working towards the common goal of building a well - informed and empowered nation to bring about sustainable positive change.
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Subhash Chandra ShowSubhash Chandra Show is an initiative which aims to empower the youth of the country by inspiring them to follow their dreams. The show is a platform through which, Shri Subhash Chandra ji engages with youth from across India and interacts with them on different topics. The core concept is to motivate the youth, inspire and share ideas and, also help young entrepreneurs and aspiring minds for business. This show is an effort to educate & guide the students of our country to make them better Entrepreneurs, Professionals and most importantly better Citizens. The show has reached to leading MBA Colleges like IIM-Ahmedabad, St. Xavier’s Kolkata, IMT Ghaziabad, IIM Rohtak and other various colleges across different cities.
Change-maker Disha Tiwari, a 13-year-old girl who started an anti-smoking campaign in Indore, joins in this episode. She finds happiness in creating awareness and preventing people from falling to this deadly habit.
Shri Ranjeet Singh, a traffic constable, who is popularly known as the Dancing Cop is the guest on this episode. He has been inspiring residents to follow traffic rules and signals just by dancing while controlling traffic since last 12 years.
The first guest on the show is changemaker Shri Uttam Kumar Bharadwaj from Jammu who is an Artist. A birth condition rendered Kumar unable to use his arms, so Kumar started to paint using his feet. He is an epitome of self motivation and inspires thousands of people.
In this week’s episode, Dr. Lalita Sharma joined the forum. She is a passionate teacher from a prestigious college and teaches underprivileged children of the society post her college hours and does not charge any fee from the students. She believes that this gives meaning to her life.
Changemaker Smt. Lakshmi Aggarwal, an acid attack survivor and founder of the ‘Stop Acid Attack’ campaign is the first guest on the show. The journey of Laxmiji and her survival truly illustrates how one can overcome their own fears.
One of the guests on the show is Smt. Kusum Dahivalkar, who is a retired plantation officer in the Social Forestry Department in Nashik and has made it her mission to inspire people to save and plant trees, and live as close to nature as possible.