IIM topper Navodian sets green example

Kaushilendra from Patna is the 2007 batch topper of the IIM, Ahmedabad - Most prestigious management Institute in India.

Kaushilendra choose not to venture in suit-boot in corporate, instead he became a vegetable vendor to earn money and ensure poor Indians can get quality product and farmers can get their realistic prices.

His Innovation, "Light pushcart" is made of fibre, pushcart can carry almost 200 kg and keeps vegetables fresh for six days - ice cool.

With a built in computerised weighing machine, farmers can guarantees a proper calculation.

Kaushilendra is applauded by the initial response, this proud Navodian is now the owner of 50 such carts that are selling vegetables.

Kaushalendra was born to a modest vegetable farmers' family in central Bihar's Ahmad Nagar village (Nalanda).

He joined Navodaya Vidyalaya in Nawada to complete his high school, he cleared CAT and moved to IIM, Ahmedabad.

for more details: http://www.timesnow.tv/NewsDtls.aspx?NewsID=10416

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Rewa Smriti said...

Congrats Kaushilendra, we the members of navodaya family are proud of you.

Brijesh bhaiya, thanks for putting this news here. You know he especially came from Patna to attend GT@JNVkatihar last year in december.

AK Srivastava said...

I'm fortunate to know that people like you are still exist on the earth.



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