Lakshmikant Singh

Lakshmikant Singh

There is always a notion going around that there is no new projects coming to our country, no new opportunity for young people but when i look around i see an ocean of opportunities and plenty of projects which if not take by us will not be attended by any one from outside. The responsibility of developing this nation lies on our shoulders as much as we claim and blame on the political structure of this country.

In this era we ourselves will have to find new opportunities and ways to take this nation forward. And one of such initiatives is ORATIV. I very much believe that in this pace of development the rural india has somewhere been left behind. Its high time we address the needs of the rural india and bring them in line with the development of entire country.

Having visited more that 100 villages and working on ground zero for months we have seen the face of rural india from close quarters and very well understand there needs and requirement.

Now we aim to help these rural regions to catalyze there development process. With lots of government schemes and policies aiming for the same we expect our work to get a lot easier and our target much near.

Sagar Chandramore

Sagar Chandramore

India after the Independence in 1947 started growing like a young plant. We watered it with democracy, secularism, and integrity expecting that plant to grow into tree with the sweetest fruits of development, Now almost after 70 years of independence, we definitely have a fruit bearing tree but we have to ask ourselves are the fruits really that sweet? I guess not. I agree we have all the development, Metropolitan cities, big industries, excellent mode of communications but on the other side we also have unemployment, brutal crimes, inequality, poverty, pollution and the list will go on.

The fruits dint turned out to be that good. So what did we miss when we were nurturing this plant? We missed to take care of the roots. Roots of the largest democracy, RURAL INDIA. We can never expect a healthy and good fruit from a root which was never developed. And its here we people of ORATIV come into picture. We will go back to the roots. We will learn from already developed model Indian villages and implement our studies in lesser developed rural India. The dream is big, the work is hard but if we work together with utmost sincerity and cooperation we can achieve it.

Elvina Das

Elvina Das

Rural India has been neglected in terms of development since a long time. Our vision is very clear. We will be working in every social sector be it education, health or women empowerment, to bring into forefront our rural roots. I believe answers to most of our problems lies in rural India and it growth. We are already working in villages of Bihar and Gujarat and will soon be expanding our work in other parts too. We look forward to include more youth to this initiative and work as a large force.

I am sure we will achieve our goals.