Individuals need such building blocks, to escape their circumstances. Creating an infrastructure to ensure inclusion and equitable access will make a tangible difference to the hundreds of millions across India who still live without access, and who haven’t had our benefits and advantages. This will be critical to ensure that our own personal endeavors in the private and public sector are successful and sustainable in the long term.
“You graduating managers, please remember change is the progress. And hence change is the challenge. I wish you all to take up the challenge of transforming the rural India into a wealthy, happy and empowered people by you becoming invisible leaders.”