24-YO Removes 700 kg of Waste From River; Helps Turtles & Crocs Regain Their Home

Sneha Shahi was always a girl who showed a keen interest in environmental activities. It was this interest that prompted her to enroll in UNEP’s Plastic Tide Turner Challenge started in her college, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, in 2019. An MA Environmental studies student, Sneha signed up 300 other students from her college and eventually became one among the ... Read More »

9 life skills we can learn from Our Freedom Fighters

As we celebrated our 73rd Republic day , Let’s not just remember our freedom fighters but imbibe important life lessons from them. Freedom fighters are epitome of bravery and their lives personify lessons of supreme struggle and endurance, which can have an enormous impact on us. Life skills have the potential to reinvigorate a sense of purpose within a us. ... Read More »

VIVAN’s Eco-friendly Green Wall !

With the Start of New Year, We decided to recreate our office Green Space… Plants in VIVAN were bought from the local small nursery, this helps to support small scale businesses. As their business grows, so will the local economy. Green walls are not only beautiful design element, they also provide tremendous benefits. Green walls are installed on a framework ... Read More »

Youth in COVID –Reaction, Response, Resilience…

The novel coronavirus has been devastating, to say the least. India had its GDP contracting 23.9% in the first quarter of the financial year 2020-21, the lowest in 24 years. The adverse effects of the pandemic have been essentially skewed against the youth (15-29 years) as they face a trilemma of drastic unemployment, disruption in education, and also a return ... Read More »

Work Culture in VIVAN!

Here a glimpse of the way we work… We call our employees as “ Associates” not as “Employees”.(We believe in nurturing a relationship with an Associate, by inculcating a sense of belonging andA greater purpose in what they are doing) We have “ Role Descriptions” not “Job Descriptions”(We believe that, every Associate here plays a role in the growth of ... Read More »

Akshaya Patra Foundation to help enhance effectiveness of mid-day meal scheme

The Akshaya Patra Foundation (TAPF) and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in India have entered into a partnership to enhance the effectiveness of the Pradhan Mantri Poshan Shakti Nirman (formerly mid-day meal scheme). Bishow Parajuli, representative and Country Director for WFP in India, said, “The partnership is a strategic force multiplier bringing deep work and experience together. India ... Read More »

Christmas & New Year Celebration!!! at VIVAN’s Corporate Office in Mumbai and R&D Centre in Hyderabad

May this year bring new happiness, new goals, new achievements, and a lot of new inspirations on your lives. Wishing you all a year fully loaded with happiness. Wishing every day of the new year to be filled with success, happiness, and prosperity for you. #HappyFaces #TeamBuilding #CorporateFun #Celebration #Christmastreemakingcompetition #SecretSanta #NewYear2022 Read More »

Corbevax, Covovax, Molnupiravir Approved For Restricted Emergency Use

Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) on Tuesday gave emergency use authorization approval to Covovax and Corbexvax covid – 19 vaccines along with anti-viral drug Molnupiravir in a single day, Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said. “All these approvals will further strengthen the global fight against the pandemic,” he added. India’s Omicron cases went up to 653 on Tuesday, with the highest ... Read More »

Rescued by Football, Ex-Alcohol Addict Gives Back to Society In Most Heartwarming Way!

A resident of Maharashtra’s Godhani village, he grew addicted to alcohol and tobacco in Class 4 and an absence of parental guidance only made it worse.  Seeing the blood flow out of his mother’s head, a 17-year-old Pankaj Mahajan cried incessantly. Because of his inebriation, he sat there helpless instead of calling an ambulance. “Had it not been for my neighbors, ... Read More »

The power of determination (True Story)

The little country schoolhouse was heated by an old-fashioned, pot-bellied coal stove. A little boy had the job of coming to school early each day to start the fire and warm the room before his teacher and his classmates arrived. One morning they arrived to find the schoolhouse engulfed in flames. They dragged the unconscious little boy out of the ... Read More »

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