Enactus World Cup 2018
Enactus SRCC had the humbling privilege of being Enactus India for three glorious days at the Enactus World Championship 2018, held from the 9th to 11th of October in San Jose, California. We were adjudged as the Second Runners Up in the Main Competition.
Our projects have been covered in leading newspapers and television channels. Recognition by the media enables us to reach out to a wider audience, hence aiding us to promote awareness about the various causes that our projects address.
Firstpost covered the story of the Thatheras of Jandiala Guru and recognised our efforts in uplifting the community. The article narrates the detailed account of the process along with helping us achieve our goal of spreading awareness about the craft of the Thatheras.
Times of India covered Enactus SRCC's journey of winning the Enactus Nationals for the first time in 2018 for its projects- Asbah and Virasat. The team went on to represent Enactus India at the Enactus World Cup held in California.
Recently, Project Asbah's Community RO was covered by the Times of India. The article talks about one of our RO plants in Lalbagh, Azadpur, including the need for our intervention in the area, and how it manages to successfully impact over 500 lives.
EdexLive covered the story of Project Leher and recognised our efforts in solving the grave issue of irresponsible stubbing of cigarettes. The article mentions about our process and unique technology as to how we convert the cigarettes into teracotta-based products.
The Indian Express covered Project Leher's story of winning '1 Race 4 Oceans' at the Enactus World Cup 2021 among 101 teams from 18 countries. The article pens details about Leher and its journey.
Recently, Project Virasat was covered by the The New Indian Express. The article talks about Virasat's intervention in the two craftforms of Gaurahari and Usta and how its leading the change in craft revival.