Full day Seminar: Life Hacks and Financial Literacy

Event Date: 
26 May 2017 - 10:00am - 6:00pm

Summer Special for Students!

Recommended age group 15 to 21 —
especially those about to enter college.
Only 40 seats : Register Now
Friday, 26 May 2017
10 am to 6 pm
Students will receive a participation certificate at the end of the session
Venue: 304, Moneylife Foundation,near Chaitya Bhumi,
off Veer Savarkar Marg, Shivaji Park, Dadar , Mumbai 400028
Tel : 49205000 Whatsapp: +91-7045156415
Email: foundation@moneylife.in
Programme Details
  • 10am to 10. 30am: Registration, tea (will be provided)
  • 10.30am: Introduction of theme
  • 10.35am- 11.50am: Police & You – Laws and Sections of the IPC that are crucial to you: By Dolphy DSouza, Convener Police Reforms Watch
  • 12am – 1.15pm: Good Citizenship: Waste recycling & sustainability and your role in it: By Kunti Oza,
  • 1.15pm to 2pm: Lunch Break (We will be providing a dry packed lunch to attendees)
  • 2pm – 3.15pm: Right to Information for your empowerment: How it worked for others. How to file an RTI application and follow it up. By Mr Shailesh Gandhi, former Central Information Commissioner
  • 3.15pm – 4.30pm: Understanding Money and the pitfalls you may encounter: By Sucheta Dalal, Trustee, Moneylife Foundation
  • 4.30pm – 5.30pm: Digital Safety and what you need to know about it. By Yogesh Sapkale, Project Director, Moneylife Foundation
  • 5.30pm – 6pm : Tea and collection of participation certificates

About the Speakers

Dolphy Dsouza: A well know activist involved in many causes. He is the Convener of Police Reforms Watch, a coordinator for NAGAR and works closely with NGOs such as SOUL and Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative.
Kunti Oza: A passionate campaigner for sustainability and civic issues, she is the founder of the Clean Mumbai Foundation and has many successes to her credit in the greening of Nariman Point and re-organising hawkers.
Shailesh Gandhi, former Central Information Commissioner and one of the foremost RTI activists in India, has devoted his life to empowering people by helping them understand the Act and using it effectively. Grab this opportunity.
Sucheta Dalal is Founder Turstee of Moneylife Foundation and Managing Editor of Moneylife magazine. She has over 30 years of journalistic experience with India's leading newspapers. A Padma Shri awardee for her investigative journalism, she was on the NR Narayana Murthy Corporate Governance Committee and SEBI's Primary Market Advisory Committee.
Yogesh Sapkale is Deputy Editor of Moneylife. He also writes a technology column for the magazine. Yogesh also anchors three helplines related with Tax, Credit and Legal at Moneylife Foundation, and also replies to several queries on these issues.
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