Author Archives: Mukesh Bhavsar

About Mukesh Bhavsar

Mukesh has done BE Civil from Mumbai University and masters in HRM from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). He has worked for a couple of NGOs in India and abroad. He has also written for some newspapers and magazines on different social issues. Mukesh is interested in entrepreneurship, writing, social work, travelling, and photography. Follow him on twitter- https://twitter.com/mukeshbhavsar88

A Feminist Man’s Ideal ‘Women’s Day’

“One is not born a Woman, But Becomes One” – Simone de Beauvoir It was 8 March 2018. Just like last year, I went for lunch with my female colleagues to accompany them. I was just thinking what changed between these two lunch … Continue reading

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पुस्तकांचं गाव- भिलार

डोंगरदऱ्या पालथ्या घालून दमलो आणि पर्यटनस्थळ फिरून, तिथली गर्दी पाहून कंटाळा आला म्हणून यावेळी शांतपणे एखाद्या जागी छान वेळ घालवूया असं मी ठरवलं होतं. शांत पण छान जागेचा माझा शोध महाबळेश्वरजवळच्या भिलार या पुस्तकांच्या गावी येऊन थांबला. माझा प्रवास सुरु … Continue reading

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Diary of a traveller

Today I missed a flight for the first time. I must take this moment to applaud my consistency because the last time I travelled I had missed my train. With no audience to share this historic moment, I commemorared it … Continue reading

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Strength Through Solidarity- Evaluation Training, Uganda

Strength Through Solidarity (2017) project was recently concluded at Uganda and I was fortunate to attend the evaluation training phase of the project. Project STS was born from a desire of grassroots change-makers living across distant places to connect with … Continue reading

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A factory with 1/4th of the workforce as mentally challenged people!

The Census 2001 has revealed that over 21 million people in India are suffering from one or the other kind of disability. Among the total disabled in the country, 2.2 million people are mentally challenged. In spite of a 3% … Continue reading

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Cashless India- Solution to get rid of black money!

Mobile payments are a top investment priority for banks. In fact, the world’s biggest banks continue to focus most of their announced IT initiatives on mobile financial services (including payments) and online banking. Mobile wallet providers are emerging as mini … Continue reading

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Game theory and Human Resource Management

“When thinking strategically, you have to work extra hard to understand the perspective and interactions of all the other players in the game, including ones who may be silent. That brings us to the last point. You may be thinking … Continue reading

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