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Way2k 5 Oct 2012
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India's MBA sarpanch speaks out!
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Chhavi Rajawat hails from a village called Soda in Rajasthan of which she is a sarpanch. Having studied in Rishi Valley School (Andhra Pradesh), Mayo College Girls' School (Ajmer) and graduated from Lady Shri Ram College (University of Delhi), she quit her job and chose to develop her village rather than pursue material goals. Rajawat was in Mumbai to address a global symposium presented by Barnard College, New York City. We caught up with her for a precious few minutes after her speech and asked her to share her words of wisdom for young India.

India's MBA sarpanch speaks out!

Here's what she had to say:
On the qualities young Indians must posses: Sensitivity is one of the most important qualities that I look for in young Indians. Dedication and passion are two other qualities one must possess. You must be passionate about what you're doing and stay true to it Always be humble, honest and have respect for elders. Don't step on anyone's toes. It won't take you far.

On things this generation must know but doesn't: Few young Indians know anything about the grassroots scene. No one goes to villages anymore and knows really what is happening there. The support that rural India deserves therefore is lacking. Not many of us know the concept of the panchayat, the truth about what kind of funding exists and what kind of things happen at the grassroots in this country. Our nation cannot develop until you do not give rural India the attention it deserves... which it hasn't received since post independence.

On young Indians choosing to study overseas: Contrary to popular belief, I don't think a lot of Indians are going overseas for education. Avenues within India have increased manifold and unlike the times gone by, our options are not just restricted to medicine, engineering and MBA. There is a lot to choose from and we do. Those who do go abroad, I suppose, don't believe in the system a lot and our system does have a long way to go. A lot needs to improve to people to want to stay in India

Courtesy: rediff.com

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