Agami Kalarab: On September 12, a special program on Economic Literacy was organized in the Astha Community Hall of Kolkata. It was jointly convened by Vodafone India Foundation and the Learning Links Foundation. The main focus of the program is to generate empower among the students, the poor, and peasants to housewives, the small scale businessman in different sections of society by making them economically strong. Beginning in 2017, the magic touch of ‘Jaadu Ginni Ka’ has changed the lives of nearly 55 million people.
Shri Sadhan Pandey honorable Minister Consumer Affairs Govt of West Bengal attended as a special guest has spoken about the detailed work of ‘Jaadu Ginni ka’, how this company is making people self-reliant. Among the other guests were Vinay Mehra, a fellow of the Learning Links Foundation, Vodafone India’s Managing Secretary Sri Sunil Agarwal; AK Lakra, General Officer of PIB Kolkata and Navin Kumar Naik, State Director Nehru Yuva Kendra West Bengal and Raghumoni Chatterjee UNVDYC of NYK South Kolkata.
Vinay Mehra says, ‘No country can prosper without economic literacy. This organization has brought people living in remote parts of India into a healthy and fit life. The effective participation of the people can lead the country towards rapid financial development.’
Besides this, Navin Kumar Naik said,’This event is just the beginning of a huge program of creating mass awareness. We will spread its aims and objective towards all over West Bengal to implement its purpose.’
Edited by Gautam Guha.