SCIT ISR Summit 2016

On this coming 26th November 2016 , the SCIT ISR seminar is about to open the doors to share and promote the sense of Institutional Social Responsibility. The seminar will bring together delegates from business corporates, officials from various NGOs, the faculty and students of Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology. The learning goal was to discuss SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS, which helps in guiding the role of public, non-profit, for-profit and voluntary sectors in Global Development.

This wider agenda for Sustainable Development is set till the year 2030. The universal nature of SDGs is what sets it apart from the MDGs and hence is considered to be more inclusive than the MDGs. The process of selecting the SDGs was also a transparent process where 5 million people from across 88 countries in all the world’s regions took part in the consultation, and shared their vision for the world in 2030. The SDGs allow for a range of measures, including financial support and debt relief, the sharing of technologies and scientific know-how to developing nations on favourable terms, and the establishment of an open, non-discriminatory and equitable trading system to help developing nations increase their exports. The successful implementation of SDGs will require multiple stakeholder


In the year 2000, Millennium Development Goals (MDGs, a set of eight goals), were set by the United Nations to eradicate poverty, hunger, illiteracy and disease. Several improvements, research studies and criticisms later, it was seen that progress was very uneven, with improvements often concentrated in specific regions and among certain social groups. In year 2015 the SDGs were set to tackle a wider range of issues, from gender inequality to climate change. After three years of negotiations and debate, 193 countries agreed to a set SDGS as a bold and ambitious approach. The unifying thread throughout the 17 goals and their 169 targets is the commitment to ending poverty.


AARAMBH Center for Autism & Slow learner

AARAMBH is a registered non-governmental organization in public trust F-18037 working to provide quality special education, therapy and vocational training to the autistic and slow learner children since 2011. It is a first Autism center in the Marathwada region. It offers complete care and a happy, dignified and secure life filled with love, compassion, and achievement-oriented activities to autistic and slow learner children. AARAMBH also conducts workshops for the special children parents for their education and guidance.
It is well known that once a child is AUTISTIC cannot become normal throughout life. It is very difficult for them to spend life like others. So, it is the Mission of AARAMBH on priority basis To provide quality intervention for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

Happy Life

Happy Life, we cater to mental health in India; it is about "Healing the mentally ill". Ultimate vision is to build world class Rehab centers in India esp. Mumbai and other metropolitan cities! There is a shallow Indian mentality Ek pagal or mental hi jate hai Physiatrist ke pass This mentality leads to people not opening up and becoming a victim to depression and other mental illness! There is a growing need to inform and make them aware that Depression is just like another illness if proper care taken it can be healed.

Seva Sahyog

Seva Sahyog(Service + Cooperation) Foundation aims at engaging socially conscious corporate, groups and individuals, with NGOs of matching interests. Seva Sahyog is largely a volunteer-run organisation with adequate professional staff backup and well-equipped office set up centrally located in Pune City. Seva Sahyog is powered with a unique skill set of deep understanding of grass root realities and a clear vision of the role corporate India can play to support community initiatives.

Panel Member(s)

CSR Lead of Praj Industries Ltd.

Mr. Vinayak kelkar, lead- Corporate Sustainability at Praj Industries Ltd.
He is an incharge of Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) some of his initiatives include environment conservation, Sustainable farming, Solid waste management, energy and water conservation, Preventive health care, Supportive education, Skills upgrading etc Director

Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries & Agriculture - MCCIA, Pune
April 2002 – March 2006 (4 years)

ILS Law College Pune
Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Labour law
1980 – 1983

MDBA, Marketing
1980 – 1982

CSR Member of BMC Software

Manish Deoghare Director - Global Procurement at BMC Software.
He has 25+ years of professional work experience. He is currently working as Procurement Leader - EMEA / APAC at BMC Software

Procurement Leader - EMEA / APAC BMC Software
August 2010 – Present (6 years 4 months)

AVP - Procurement & Supply Chain Services GENPACT
March 2009 – July 2010 (1 year 5 months)

University of Georgia - Terry College of Business
MBA, Finance, Operations, Risk Management
2002 – 2004