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SynapseIndia hosts session on water conservation by Director General - SIT UP
SynapseIndia hosted an interactive session on water conservation, featuring a speech by Mahendra Modi, a water conservation activist & senior government official.
By: SynapseIndia Outsourcing Pvt. Ltd.
Employees of SynapseIndia were informed beforehand about the session. They were excited to listen to such an accomplished individual who has achieved equal success both in professionalism and social activism.
Mahendra Modi was welcomed at SynapseIndia by the company's Founder & MD, Shamit Khemka and Paritosh Agrawal, a Vice-President in the company. A group of senior management professionals then joined them over a discussion on a variety of topics – from industrial growth to future economic prospects of the country.
Shamit Khemka talked about better governance under the administration of CM Yogi Adityanath. He pointed out the major achievements of government, like improvement in law and order, cleanliness, and the ease of doing business.
Mahendra Modi asked Shamit Khemka about what suggestion he would give to Yogi Adityanath Ji. The IT leader responded by saying that the government should make more business-friendly policies that will further boost the economy. In this context, he also appreciated the landmark decisions of PM Narendra Modi, including demonetization and GST.
He asked about how SynapseIndia chooses its employees and from what state or region most of them hail from. The interactive session began after refreshment snacks.
He energetically started the session by welcoming attendees to his 'Water Conservation Camp'. He elaborately talked about his experience of working in numerous water harvesting projects spread across several regions in India. He emphasized that budget or finance doesn't have a very important role in water harvesting – it's more about our willingness to save water.
He enthusiastically described various types of water harvesting projects that have been successfully completed in different parts of the country. He also outlined future plans and new projects for the conservation of water. He noted that being the Director General of SIT, he needs to be seriously involved in administration processes. Hence working for water conversation means using his holiday times wisely for these works.
Following the presentation, few employees interacted with him. Their questions included topics like how they can implement water harvesting models in their local community, and how to reach out to the 'Jal Guru' for any advice related to water conservation. The session ended with a positive vibe and a powerful round of applause.