MIT School Of Govt., Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad & National Teachers Congress
An alumnus from the Harvard School of Business, a postgraduate in Management from the University of Cardiff and an Engineering graduate, Rahul V. Karad is an exemplary young educationist in the forefront of the 68 institutes strong MAEER's MIT Group of Institutions, Pune. He is advancing the inherited vision and mission of his visionary academician father Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad (a visionary educationist of India and Founder and Executive President of MAEER's MIT Group of Institutions, Pune), with a fearless passion.
Rahul’s conviction and determination in channelizing the power of the country’s youth has driven him to create new avenues for Indians. He is one of the driving forces behind making ‘India Super Power by 2040’ an absolute reality.
Contributing to Nation Building, Rahul V Karad, shaped a new path by creating MAEER’s MIT School of Government, the first institution of its kind not only in India but also in Asia to start a professional program for a career in Politics & Government.
His true nationalistic consciousness keeps finding expressions through numerous activities that he initiates and infuses a renewed sense of pride and patriotism amongst the young budding minds of India.
The National Women’s Parliament is one of Rahul’s concepts, in his endeavor to create and reshape the future of India. Under his leadership a three-day mega event was organised at Amravati in February 2017, where the chief minister Chandrababu Naidu hosted the event. He commended on Rahul Karad’s idea of creating the National Women’s Parliament and since then they worked together to make it happen. This platform, said the minister, will give new direction to the globe. “Every woman should dare to dream and strive to achieve.” Today the Chandrababu government has got a host of projects for women under the flagship programme.
Rahul Karad’s inspiration for beginning the National Women’s Parliament stems from these words that he penned:
Women do not have a uniﬁed platform to grow and engage with
Young girls need to be empowered to move into positions of leadership
We need more women to have platforms for interaction and sustainable development
Women need to have an equal representation in national and political orders
Untapped resources of women
Explore. Engage. Empower.
Chief Minister, Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu Naidu makes an emphatic point
Bihar Assembly Speaker Vijay Kumar Choudhary addressing Press conference
Uttar Pradesh Assembly Speaker Mata Prasad Pandey and Convernor Rahul Kar
West Bengal Assembly Speaker Dr. Biman Bannerjee releases the brochure of
Haryana Legislative Assembly, Deputy Speaker Santosh Yadav at Press confe
Chairman, Karnataka Legislative Council D. H. Shankarmurthy at Press Conf
Jharkhand Assembly Speaker Dinesh Oraon and Convernor Rahul Karad address
This activity is to facilitate experience sharing among young women from diverse backgrounds like politics, social sector, education, sports, industry, media, cinema, arts and culture, judiciary and young aspiring women students.Read More
Empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors is essential to building stronger economies, achieve internationally agreed goals for development and sustainability, and improve the quality of life for women, men, families, and communities.Read More
A Woman with a Voice is, by definition, is a Strong Woman
This is certainly an excellent initiative and needs to be sustained. I was pleased to note that 8000 aspiring girl students got the opportunity to int
I am very much enthusiastic and hopeful of jointly hosting the National Women’s Parliament with MAAER’s MIT School of Government, Pune, in
I would be happy to host NWP in my state jointly with MIT School of Government, Pune. I believe this platform would go a long way in nurturing respect
Such events should be organized in every part of our country as they are very positive step in empowering and uplifting the women socially, politicall