Bangalore, Mar 4: brings together doers who have the ability to impact and reshape policy. It is a powerful, people-driven platform with a pan-India reach and appeal that promises to bring dramatic change in India. The launch was attended by Bangalore"s movers and shakers, captains from the IT industry, leaders from banking, finance, manufacturing and the services industry. They brought with them their support for the movement. Devang Nanavati, one of the eight finalists for the Lead India initiative from the Times of India was also present on the occasion.
Nanavati spoke about the potential that a movement like Change India holds for the youth of the country. Amongst the speakers present and who pledged their support were Ajay Kela, MD, Symphony Services and Prasad Ram from Google. In the coming months, Change India will establish city-focused chapters that examine the needs of a city and take up projects that impact their city. Change India will have Change Mentors, Change Ambassadors and Change Agents to drive the effort.
Change India's primary focus is youth and it intends to focus on 4 crore young Indians to make a difference to the country.