The LEaders Accelerating Development (LEAD) program strives to build problem solving and entrepreneurial aptitudes among university students. LEAD's mission is simple and impactful: have students take up issues of concern and implement solutions in a stipulated time frame. LEAD at Ek Soch works with the college youth of Varanasi district to help them to build their leadership skills, innovative approach and entrepreneurial mindset.
Leadership project is work done by a person or group of people that benefits others and themselves. It is often done near the area where you live, so your own community reaps the benefits of your work. You do not get paid to perform community service, but volunteer your time.
Your initiative can help many different groups of people: children, senior citizens and people with disabilities, even animals and the environment.
Many students take initiative because they enjoy helping others and for self-development.
"Complaints... start with they, Solutions... start with I" With this quote in mind, thousands of young students are bringing their ideas to life and solving major problems in their communities. LEAD has been growing steadily since 2008, and now consists of 21276 students, 3067 LEADers, 5360 leadership projects, reaching over 2 million lives. We have partnered with 80 colleges in 5 states: Karanataka, Telangana, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
On 16th January, 2015 at IIT BHU, Varanasi the LEAD was Kicked Off along with the eksoch bharat launch in the presence of Founders Mr. Dilip Modi, Mr. Naveen Jha and Mr. Ajay Suman Shukla.
Leadership camps, Guest Speakers session are a few of activities that are conducted to groom the students into a better Leaders
Design Thinking workshops are conducted through which creative thinking and problem solving techniques are given to the students
Funding support for student's innovative ideas in order to turn them into reality
Brainstorming and training sessions to evoke critical and creative thinking and to come up with out-of-the-box ideas and solutions
Appreciation for active and best performing students, faculties and colleges at the annual Yuva Summit ceremony
Field visits to organizations, NGO's, villages, industries, etc. for practical exposure
Our annual Leadership Program motivates students and enhances their IT skills, effective communication, fundraising ability, team management and more
On-campus guest speaker sessions, global exchanges, college development activities and networking opportunities to improve student's involvement within college campuses.
Partnering colleges can take part in our annual events to build a global network.
In 2014, a survey conducted by the Government of India, approximately 8904 cases of child abuses were found. In 2015, the number drastically went up to 14,913.
International Women’s Day 2018 is celebrated all over world but this time LEAD, eksoch bharat took a different approach & initiative by appreciating those women who are not only fighting for their survival but also for rights & above all their own existence.
I, Anuttara Sharma, a Prayanee of 2017 for whom it was once in a lifetime experience to unleash my potential and train myself for the best with a bunch of the best.