A community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power
of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable
entrepreneurial—having the perspective to see an opportunity and the talent
to create value from that opportunity;
action—the willingness to do something and the commitment to see it through
even when the outcome is not guaranteed;
us—a group of people who see themselves connected in some important way;
individuals that are part of a greater whole.
Enactus earlier known as Students in Free Enterprise is the world’s best-known and
most successful program helping university students to create community empowerment
projects. The organization has pioneered a groundbreaking model that deploys student
teams, with the advice and support of academic and business leaders, to design and
implement community empowerment projects in 39 countries. Enactus is present in
1,600 universities, has 62,000 students who have devoted 7,300,000 project hours.
Back row (L to R) : Avinash Jha (Coordinator), Anirban Dutta, Pravin Patil, Sanat
Front row (L to R) : Shivangi Samadhiya, Rohit Mittal, Neha Bhardwaj
Back row (L to R) : Manish Jain, Rangavardhan, Avanish Kumar, Namit Joshi, Shashank
Kumar, Sajag Gupta
Front row (L to R) : Shivam Maheshwari, Vinayak Duggal, Sanket Padhy, Aditya Vikram
Singh, Amit Bhatia
Live Project – Waste Paper Recycling
The live project undertaken by the IMT Ghaziabad chapter of Enactus is to make IMT
Ghaziabad a completely waste paper free campus. All the waste paper produced in
the campus will be collected and then recycled.
The recycled paper will be used to produce notebooks that will in turn be sold to
the students. The revenue generated will be shared with NGOs that help the underprivileged.
Thus we hope to create a self-sustaining model that will create a positive change
in the campus.