Fwd: Re: volunteer opportunity for students
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- Hello Shaheen,You can feel free to give my contact info to them and I will be more than willing to help them chalk out a plan as how they can go about it.My email is bisu_g@... and from there we can take the string of communications forward.Thanks and take Care,Biswanath
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From: "shaheen ansari" <shaheen@...>
To: "Arkitect Foundation" <email@example.com>
CC: "Ark Foundationorg" <arkitect95@...>
Subject: Fwd: Re: volunteer opportunity for students
I have received a request from Naina Lal who is planning to bring students from the US in the summer of 2007 to New Delhi as part of a 2 week trip to northern India. She says:
"One option was to suggest that we do some community service while we are there visiting. Can you put me in touch with someone there or contact here in California who can help set this up. There would be approx 20 students in the age group 18 or above with 3 instructors in
the age group 40 and above."
I am forwarding our recent mails regarding this matter. For detail kindly go through it.
Interested organization can contact us at:
arkitect95@... or arkitect95@...
Dr. Shaheen Ansari
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From: "naina lal"
Subject: Re: volunteer opportunity for students
Date: Wed, 3 May 2006 12:08:46 -0700
Thank you for your reply Shaheen. I will certainly check the options
From a distance point of view, since we are going to be landing into
New Delhi, UP options sound better - am I right? Though weather point
of view not. Thats the problem at my end - to fit something in the
itinerary that would be useful to the students and comfortable enough
for them. The students have summer break here in the US from end June
to end August which are not the best months to visit India. So am
trying to look at opportunities in the hills or up north. Any thoughts
and suggestions from your side are most appreciated.
On 5/2/06, shaheen ansari wrote:
> Dear Naina Lal
> For community service you can consider a village in Bhagalpur (Bihar) where Ark can introduce you to its partner organization Jaiprabha (http://jaiprabha.org/). I will speak to its director Deepak regarding assignments for your volunteers. We can also think of going to Jamalpur in Aligarh and Kataila village in Ghazipu (both inUP).
> Let me know your programme so that we can work in it accordingly.
> Dr. Shaheen Ansari
> Programme Coordinator
> Ark Foundation
> Phone: +919868740449,9868701491,9312838170
> --- nainalal.us@... wrote:
> From: "naina lal"
> To: chaukhat@..., darchie@..., parichay1@..., streetsurvivors@..., ksh_jagriti@sancharnet, shaheen@...
> Subject: volunteer opportunity for students
> Date: Mon, 1 May 2006 13:47:35 -0700
> Hello All,
> We are planning on bringing students from the US in the summer of 2007
> to New Delhi as part of a 2 week trip to northern India. Our main
> focus is to show the students the modern face of India - so will visit
> some factories and industry leaders in IT and Pharmaceutical etc in
> Delhi and Chandigarh. But at the same time also wanted them to see the
> other part of India - not only the touristy things (having said that I
> must say that a trip to Taj is planned)
> One option was to suggest that we do some community service while we
> are there visiting. Can you put me in touch with someone there or
> contact here in California who can help set this up. There would be
> approx 20 students in the age group 18 or above with 3 instructors in
> the age group 40 and above.
> I need to get some idea of the time and work opportunity to that the
> same can be woven into the itinerary. Eagerly wait to hear back from
> Thanks and regards
> Naina Lal
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