• Changing the Landscape
  • Changing the Landscape
  • Changing the Landscape
  • Changing the Landscape
  • Green Change
  • Registering for Livelihood
  • Registering for Livelihood
  • Registering for Livelihood
  • Carrier of Lifeline
  • Way to Green Path
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UPDATES

1. IMAP’s Dissemination Project put its first step forward with the Official inauguration of the Training Centre of Rural Biotechnology at Medinipur and Purulia on 23.09.13. and 08.01.14. respectively, in the presence of three Ministers.















2. The Green Festival Sabujer Awbhan was organized by IMAP jointly with the Department of Biotechnology, Government of West Bengal, on 8 & 9 February 2014.

















Changing The Landscape

Five years ago, it was important to tell about us, who we are, what we do and so on. Now five lakh plants will tell the story of the past and the future as well. The colour of about 100 acres of barren land will speak about us, a tiny percentage of smiling Tribal people of Jangal Mahal of West Bengal will recognize us, may bless us for our endeavour to support them with livelihood & life support.

Unbelievable but true that our members & well-wishers love to rush on where Angels fear to tread. We are fortunate to have such a fine blend of academician, technocrat, bureaucrat, medical practitioners and other professionals with us who have the courage to attempt an apparent failure to a successful venture.

Precisely, someone or other of this backbench thinking team has been haunting the organization continuously without any pity to the frontline implementing members. The backbenchers said the land lying arid for centuries must be at least green; the front line made it the means of livelihood with a sweet twist of developing vegetables along with commercially viable greenery. When all the village roads are clogged with floodwater and the advice was to rescue as fast as one can, the field army managed to organize the Doctors on boat along with the rescue operation.

These are the tips on the iceberg. This continuous transaction of ideas & implementation made the change in landscape, not only in colour but in developing human quality also. However, to obey the custom, one may find the details of the chief participants in the more section. Again, we say, what matters are not the names, but the deeds.

Behind the Endeavour

MEMBERS OF THE TRUST

IMAP is the dream child of a number of persons who are professionals successfully placed in different works of life. There are doctors, academicians,

Government Officials and other persons who united together to form this trust.

They all cherish the desire of doing something for the underprivileged people. One thing is common between the initiators of IMAP- all of them, want to rise above personal gain and pleasure and give a part of their excellence and earnings for the people who need them most.

The governing body has the following members:

Sri Tanmoy Bhattacharyea, Managing Trustee: Academician & Journalist. Served as the Executive Editor of the Bengali daily Jugantar, Administrator & Executive President of the Julien Day Group of Schools & George Broughton Trust, Academic Consultant of Microsoft Corporation and Chief Consultant, in training & publicity, National Literacy Mission (NLM) and Paschim Banga Rajya Shishu Shiksha Mission (PBRSSM).

Sri Indrajit Barori, President: IRS, Retd. Former Additional Director, Income Tax. His long experience in the Revenue Department has helped the Trust in matters of Government norms and policies in the matters of taxation and different financial aspects. He assisted the Trust in achieving the FCRA registration.

Sri Debkumar Chakrabarti: IAS, West Bengal Cadre. Served in the Government of West Bengal for more than 36 years. During his long career in development administration, he gathered wide experience in grounding Government programmes. He retired from the Government service in October 2013 as Secretary in the Finance department, Government of West Bengal.

Dr Shyamal Ghosh: Retd Professor of Geography, Presidency College, Kolkata. His long experience and expertise in the field of academics and extensive travelling within the state, country and internationally has guided the Trust to open up its horizons and deal with the subjects like reclamation of barren lands and Lac Cultivation.

Dr Utpal Banerjee: Eminent physician, the backbone of Arogya, the Medical Service Wing of the Trust right from its birth. An expert in the treatment of Diabetes and Pediatric ailments, he regularly visits the medical centres of IMAP, treats the patients and help them get different Specialists’ advice and appointment at Kolkata, if needed.

Sri Tarun Banerjee: A distinguished civil lawyer of the Kolkata High Court. Associated with the activities of the Trust right from the beginning. His legal experience has helped the Trust formulate its aims and objectives and be aware of the Laws of the Land regarding Trusts and abide by all of them for smooth and successful functioning.

Smt Senjuti Bhattacharyea: Journalist & Academician. Long experience as journalist in dailies and periodicals. Worked as content developer and co-coordinator in the training programmes conducted by different departments of the Government and also as Academic Consultant in the development of curriculum-based CDs for different renowned schools of Kolkata.


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