Objectives
 
 

 

We the members of “Palle Srujana” sangham resolved to pursue the following immediate objectives:

  • Scouting to spread to all the districts of the state especially to remote areas
  • Involve students, teachers/ faculty of schools and colleges in scouting
  • Build a strong team of volunteers in each district. At least one per mandal.  AP has 1200 mandals.
  • Pursue NIF for awards, patent, validation and commercialization of AP innovations
  • Leverage local resources for incubation and commercialization
  • Involve Academia, DRDO and other scientific Research Institutions for validation and advice on innovations and Traditional knowledge.
  • Use CSR for seeking help of Industry in whatever the way the innovations could be promoted
  • Organize Shodha Yatras and participate in farmer exhibitions all over the state.
  • Pursue and propagate Gyan shodh – A social Internship to all the students of colleges as a new initiative for creating awareness in them regarding rural knowledge and creativity.
  •  Build a strong and synergistic network with Govt, Non- Govt, private, individuals, and villagers for influencing the policy and implementation towards sustainable development.
  • Make Palle Srujana a household magazine across the state and for all Telugu speaking population including those who live abroad
  • Seek funds and use them judiciously for attaining objectives
  • Promote entrepreneurs who are inclined to market grassroots innovations and Traditional Knowledge.
  • Guide students in various colleges towards social entrepreneurship.
  • Influence the academia and parents to ensure children are aware of the nature, Traditional Knowledge and the harmony with which people, animals, plants and nature need to live for sustainable tomorrow.
  • Provide 3000 Laxmi asu machines to the weavers’ families involved in pochampally silk sarees. No woman should perform asu manually and manual asu process should be history by 2014.
  • Set up a “Silk Nidhi for poor weavers to absorb the price fluctuations.
  • Linking Grassroots innovators with NABARD and monitor the projects approved. Mentor the grassroots innovators and students who are recipient of NABARD funding.
  • Raise sufficient funds for smooth running of an orphanage of 50 Tribal girls in Araku Valley in Dist Visakahapatnam.
  • Set up 1200 production units of Arogya Rummallu- one each per mandal within three years, thus making sanitary napkins accessible, affordable and available to each woman of Andhra Pradesh.
  • Build second rung leadership constantly and continuously.