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AKSHAY NAGPAL Tulsi Chhaya, H. No. 44, Adarsh Nagar, Bhiwani, Haryana – 127021 akki.nagpal@aiesec.net | +91-9015371047 AIESEC EXPERIENCE: 2016-17 | Vice President Development Sector | AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2016-17 | Vice President Customer Experience | AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2016-17 | Steering Team – incoming Global Volunteer | AIESEC in India 2016-17 | Case Solving Member, Entity Control Board | AIESEC in India 2015-16 | Team Leader, iGV | AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2014-15 | Member | AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2014 | Global Volunteer in Egypt FACI AND OC EXPERIENCE: FLC | February 2016 NLDS | March 2016 JLC | June 2016 RYLC | September 2016 DI Birthday Bash | 2015 International Congress | 2015 ACHIEVEMENTS: 299 Exchange Projections | DTP 2016 | AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2,39,500 INR Raised | DTP 2016 | AIESEC in Delhi IIT 90,000 INR : Fund Raising for NGOs | DTP 2016 | AIESEC in Delhi IIT Best Department | JLC 2016 | AIESEC in Delhi IIT EDUCATION: B. Tech. Information Technology: Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology | 2013 - Present CORE COMPETENCIES & INTERESTS: Chess | Social Media | Film-Making | Acting | Dancing | Public Speaking | Event Management | Facilitating | Designing |

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The Road Less Travelled Akshay was born on 15th of August, 1995. Soon after his birth, he got sick with typhoid. For the first 2 years of his life, he could not utter a word. Doctors gave up on him, and already declared that he won’t ever be able to speak properly; but his father could not. He has always believed that you never give up on your people. And so, ever since, he has always been motivating Akshay to keep challenging himself and excelling through it all, to never give up on his people. 7 years old Akshay was persistent enough to convince his coach to let him participate in the district swimming championship wherein the minimum age was 8. He started in the morning in under 21 championships and lost miserably. He kept going on throughout the day in various categories. Finally, in the evening, in under 12 competitions, where he was originally coming on the third position, was just about to win, when a girl caught his leg while she felt she was drowning, pulling him down along. Though he got an award of appreciation for his efforts that day, but he lost the competition. However, the competition wasn’t the only thing he lost that day, the confidence of that little brave kid to go under water was lost along with it, in that moment of fear when he felt he could drown. But then, his father could not accept giving up on him, one fine day, his father took him to the pool where he stood with his friends and other life guards along the borders of the 5 ft -12 ft deep pool area, and threw him in the middle of it. No matter how many times he came back to the borders, each one of them would pick him up again and throw him back in the middle, not considering how much it would hurt him. After an hour of doing this, his father finally lets him come out and tells him, “Be Fearless. Be Brave.” He has always asked Akshay to go one more lap when Akshay felt he couldn’t go any further. Our greatest battles are that with our own minds. – Jameson Frank This was just the start, Akshay also excelled in sports like Basketball and Chess in school, and even went up to play Chess till National Level. He had been one of the best in academics throughout his high school. In his 9 th grade, his science teacher asked him to make a team of 4 to represent school in CBSE Regional Science Exhibition where he actually went beyond the myths and tried making an oxy-hydro generator. It was when he was in his eleventh grade, when his roads and wishes diverged where his parents wanted him to crack IIT, he always aspired to study in Ivy. Amidst all this dilemma and preparing for both, he failed in achieving either. It was the time of his board exams when each day, he used to get more and more demotivated with the announcements of Ivy school results. He ended up with depression for four months where he learnt the best lessons of his life and got deep insights about life. Starting his first year in Information Technology engineering, he would always be that one person who would want to experiment in a lot of fields just like he did in school times. He started making short movies and videos wherein he acquired the skills of video editing, photo editing, etc. Mere in first year, he organized the main fest of EDC as a co-convenor where he raised companies like Gaana(Times Internet), free video coverage for the entire event. This was the time when he called 50s of companies and acquired selling skills. In Summers 2014, he went on one of the most memorable journey of his life, on an AIESEC exchange experience to Egypt. It was this experience where he made 100s of friends from over 20 different nationalities. It was this experience where he learnt about an entirely new culture breaking all those stereotypes that society builds up in your head. It was this experience where he faced all those numerous challenges which only made him stronger. It was this experience which got him connected to AIESEC without him even knowing much about AIESEC. It was this same experience which got him to join AIESEC after returning from Egypt, thus choosing THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED.

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Dear Diary, Today is 1st January, 2017! This date commences a new beginning in the life of each and every single AIESECer of my local committee. This year, each day, each hour, each moment is about ensuring that we stand upon the trust that the Local Committee had shown on us on 1st October, 2016. This year, leadership has come on to a new level. It’s time to live and lead fearlessly. It’s the time when each one of us need to come out of our shells of comfort zone and stand together because

Sometimes, it falls upon a generation to be great Together, we need to build responsible young leaders who believe in themselves and their capabilities in changing the world around them. History has shown us what one great leader can do. It’s time to create history by creating 100s of such great leaders who would go on and create countless others. Leadership for me is not just about me being better each day, it’s about making each and every member better than what I am. Gen’ 17 is about bringing true impact, making our existence count. There have been lots of times when people have come up to me and told me that they do not like something because this isn’t going right. Gen’17 is about changing those things. I envision A Youth Leadership Movement and it all starts today.

Let’s all be the leaders, we all wish we had!

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Graphically present your AIESEC History (Account for all Major experiences) and expand on the biggest learning and achievements from the 3 most impactful terms.

2014 Egypt

Member – iGV Most Progressive Department

IC 2015 Team Leader – iGV DI Birthday OC Most Progressive Department OC Member - Finance (Alumni Lunch)

2016

Vice President Vice President Development Sector Customer Experience Facilitator NLDS Best Department

Team Leader - iGV

2015

Entity Control Board AIESEC in India Facilitator iGV RYLC Steering Case Solving Team Member

Developing Responsible Action-Oriented Youth Leaders

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2017


IC 2015 – OC Member: Finance If I learnt how even the smallest or most looked down upon work matters in order to do something big, it was here. I remember our CCP, Sahil sharing as to how making 1000 paper airplanes in one night changed the whole mood and aura of the opening plenary.

Vice President: Development Sector It was one of the most fulfilling terms for me in AIESEC wherein I learnt that all one needs to do is to empower people and have trust in them even in the darkest times. DTP matched 298 EPs which has never been done before showing around 50% of growth in terms of matches and 92% growth in terms of the raising finances.

Facilitator – RYLC : After NLDS, I applied for RYLC since a Faci term is a wonderful learning journey but it comes with a lot of challenges. RYLC 2016 was a big challenge for me, considering the team spirit in the pre-meeting and the work timelines. On the last day of the pre-meet, Anup made us do an activity wherein we got to know each other more and it was the most vulnerable activity that I had ever done in my AIESEC journey. After that, the conference went wonderful. Seeing the spirit of Yasmeen, Priya, Anup and other MC members, one belief that got reinstated in me was ‘ You can never give up on your team.’

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Please mention all National/International Conferences you have attended. Expand on the biggest learning from your 3 most impactful experiences. Conference NSC 2014 IC 2015 NPC 2015 ILC 2016 MNC 2016 NLDS 2016 JNC 2016 RYLC 2016

Role Delegate OC Member: Finance Delegate Delegate Delegate Facilitator Delegate Facilitator

NSC 2014: National Strategic Conference 2014 was a life-changing experience for me. As a member, I had got the opportunity to attend the most content-rich and strategicoriented conference of AIESEC in India. I remember, when Dey Dos asked me to stand and took me along in the whole plenary and asked the plenary if they knew me, my name, what I believed in, it was a vulnerable and weak moment for me. He explained as to how conversations matter in an organization. How we can leverage out of AIESEC with the conversations by making a support system for ourselves, by making a network and by sharing insights and brilliance with each other. NPC 2015: After NSC 2014, it was the second national conference for me. It was a conference where only LCP and LCPe were the delegates. I was privileged to be invited by AIESEC in India in one of the most business oriented conference of my life. It was where I learnt as to how AIESEC as an organization works from a business perspective and sustains itself. We called various organisations, companies, AIESECers, parents of AIESECers, non AIESECer students to know more about what we are offering and how it can impact the generation. Here, I got to know a lot about the various products that AIESEC offers and got the opportunity to shape the roadmap of AIESEC in India towards AIESEC 2020. NLDS 2016: NLDS is one of the most special conference for me. I was a facilitator in this conference wherein 500 new recruits from all over the country joined in. The energy that these recruits filled me in with shaped my AIESEC journey for the next 5 months. If I have to define this conference in a word, I’d put it as ‘Fitoor’ which means passion or madness. Give details on any professional experience you have had outside of AIESEC. CRICKET: I am a state level cricket player. I have played from my city, ‘Bhiwani’ team. It was when I got to learn the sportsmanship spirit and a team player spirit. Here I learnt that A person can fail many times but they are not a failure until they give up. In the end, together we achieved more and won the championship. EVENTSLATE:

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EventSlate was a startup founded by me and my core-teammates. We started this in 2014 and it did not work well because of us showing procrastination, dependency, lack of ownership towards it where I got to learn the essence of team work and how each and every single individual plays an important role in the culture of the organization. EDC – CO-CONVENOR: I was in my first year when I took the responsibility of helping the Entrepreneurship Development Cell to organize their annual festival. A week ago, when almost nothing was done yet, when we were just starting with cold calling, designing posters, the convener, Hardik, a student of 4th year met with an accident and all the responsibilities came down upon my shoulders. It was one of the most impactful learning experience because I started cold calling for the first time here. By the end of it, I had got over the fear of rejection and when I was over my fear because I failed numerous times, I started calling big companies for the partnership and ended up successfully raising Gaana.com (Times Internet Ltd.) and a startup for covering the whole event and delivering us the video and the pictures of the event. Along with it, I had a pipeline of TicketPlease.com of 1 Lakh INR which I could not convert because of timeline issues. “With enough dedication and hard work, miracles do happen!” Describe your executive board experience, covering your weakest and strongest moments and how do you want to evolve yourself as a LCP. Executive Board experience is one of the most intense experience one can ever go through. And an EB term of an LC like DI, has to be one of the most challenging, yet the most powerful term one can be a part of. It takes a person through a lot of pressure, a lot of weak moments and a lot more of those other moments which make one cry out of happiness. To sum it up, it’s one hell of a rollercoaster ride. My weakest moment of this ride happened when back in August I was questioned by my very own team, by my very own Local Committee, by my very own people, and not on my performance, but on my morals and ethics, on my integrity towards the place I call home. There were a lot of rumors spreading against me in my very own Local Committee, and no one was ready to believe me, no one was ready to back me, no one was ready to even listen to me. And it was breaking my heart, not because someone was spreading rumors against me, but because my very own people were losing their faith in me. I felt lost, I felt alone, all I needed was someone to talk to, someone to tell me that my team still trusts me, that my Committee still has faith in me. Each day I used to hear a new rumour, and it used to break my heart a little bit more each time. I remember it was a day before my birthday, when in search of some hope, in search of some support, I went back home, to my hometown, to my parents, looking for answers. I was sitting at home that eve with my father, going on and on and telling him about how I was not able to understand why all this was happening to me. My father told me that when someone reaches good heights, people always try to pull them down. That’s how this world is, that’s how it always has been. Even Buddha said once, Life is Difficult. This was one of my weakest moments. I was so depressed that I decided to sleep on it, switching off my mobile phone on my birthday eve. It was only when at midnight, half-sleeping, I heard the door bell ring. I woke up to find out that it was my MB, my people, who came to my hometown, 4 hours

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away from Delhi to a small city, Bhiwani in Haryana, just to wish me Happy Birthday, along with a beautiful video message from the entire team. It was that moment when I learned that it was just a very small lot, trying to influence my people, and break me down. It was that moment when I realised I was wrong all along, my people were still there, they always had been right there, by my side. I remember how hard I was trying to control my tears from flowing down in that moment, but yes, this time these tears weren’t of sadness, or loneliness, but only of happiness, and of a new hope. My MB team got me back, they filled me with energy and positivity, they gave me a direction when I was lost. They made me realise that they are my biggest strength, always have been. This was when I realised that how strong a connection, and how great a culture I have built with my team while working with them. One of the strongest moments for me in my EB term was the Awards Night at June LCong, when my Department won the maximum number of awards. And it wasn’t only about the number of awards, but all the three LC Star Awards, DI SuperStar, Quality Star, and DI Star, came to my Department. It was that time when I realised how valuable team work is, and how important it is to support your people in the ups and downs of their journey. It was that time when I realised that having a good culture in a team comes a long way in driving down performance. But, this wasn’t it. The proudest moment for me was getting my first award in AIESEC, for the best department of the entire Local Committee. And getting this award in the presence of one of the most legendary leaders DI has ever produced, Anup Mohan, who has also been the Vice President of DTP in 2013, further added to my happiness. It felt like I have finally been doing justice to the legacy of this legendary department. As an LCP, I want to evolve as a leader, for my people, for developing more action oriented responsible leaders. I want to give my Executive Board a tremendously supporting environment where they go out of their comfort zone to create magic. 2017 is going to be different. It is going to be about doing what matters, not just for the sake of doing it, but because we believe in it. I want to ensure that the entire LC is extremely proactive and action oriented. If any help is required, we as an LC should be ready to do the necessary. As an LCP, I want to make AIESEC in Delhi IIT, AIESEC for Delhi.

“Leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders. Because leaders, create movements and movements…”

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Rank the 3 biggest leanings you have had from AIESEC. Highlight your experiences vividly.

Faith: Faith. It's antonym of doubt. Faith can move mountains in your way and doubts can build them. Faith is taking the first step even when you can't see the whole staircase. I have learnt the value of faith in AIESEC. The value of how important it is to place your faith in your leaders, how important it is to place your faith in your colleagues and most importantly, how important it is to place your faith in your members.

Calmness: I remember when I joined AIESEC, I had no control over my temper and when I see myself today, I hardly get angry. It is because I have learnt how important it is to keep the mind calm and clear. It's about whenever situations get worse, do something about it! Take responsibility.

It's okay to fail, but it's not okay to be a Failure! : In my last 2 years of experience, I have learnt the value of how important it is to be persistent and dedicated. No matter how many times we fail in something, if we have got the will to do it, we will! Thomas Alva Edison failed 999 times before he created a bulb and creating a bulb is no less than a miracle.

What is the worst and best decision you have taken from your AIESEC Experience. What have you learnt from the same? The worst decision I have taken in AIESEC was not to apply for any OC opportunities after DI Birthday OC in 2015. It was because I was a little skeptical if I’d be able to manage realizations along with OC work because I did not want to compromise on the experience of my EPs but I do feel that OC opportunities would have helped me gain a lot of skills

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and learnings. After that self-realization in August, I have applied for almost all the opportunities that come on my way. The best decision that I have taken in AIESEC was in my Vice President term when I decided not to care about what people say and took off my focus from performance to training and coaching in the beginning 2 months of the year in DTP. The results, not just in numbers but in overall development of the membership is magnificent. Those who think that they can and those who think that they can’t are both usually right. – Confucius

Discuss any future or present time commitment you may have (from Oct 2016- January 2018). Ideally, how much time should an LCP give to his role? I am a student in my final year. Studies is the only other commitment that I have which is until June 2017. My foremost priority and focus is the Local Committee and I want to deliver the membership, the best experience and the local committee, an exemplary year. An LCP should ideally be available twenty-four seven for the local committee. It’s a strong commitment but it’s required considering the greatness we are willing to achieve in 2017.

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Section- 2 Organisation perspectiveList down the different aspects of the job role of an LCP. The responsibility of making decisions and taking Governance and Accountability actions. The actions that are based aligned to the vision and a long perspective of where the organization should reach. Accountability on the legal aspects of the organization, performance and purpose fulfilment of the organization needs to be there. Executive board is a team and the team has a purpose. Aligning each and every action to the purpose is one of the aspects. Apart from that mentoring and tracking the experience of each and every member in the team is equally important. A strong bonded Executive Board team takes the organization a long way ahead. Executive Board Management

Directing the local committee by driving down strategies that align to the purpose. Defining a culture for the LC based on its creed. Analyzing cases of success and failures and documenting the strategies that will work for future. Strategic Direction

LCP is the face of the organization. Representation of AIESEC in Delhi IIT as a leader of a Global Youth Organization. Apart from that, National and International representation in the internal network as a leader of the pioneering LC. Representation

Analyzing processes and strategy implementation based on the purpose and the creed. Timely reviews on LC projects leading towards better implementation. Tracking the experiences in each market and analyzing the potential impact that can be created in them. Administration and Operations

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Analyse the trends of the past five years (including 2016) of AIESEC in Delhi IIT strategic direction (include performance & culture). How do you see the organization direction of AIESEC in Delhi IIT shaping up in the coming years?

Our Legacy!

700 600 500 400

TOTAL

300

iGV iGT oGV

200 100

oGT

0 2012

2013

2014

oGT

2012

oGV

2015

iGT

2016(Till 26th Sept) iGV

TOTAL

After AIESEC in Delhi IIT, being on Number 7 in AIESEC in India in the year 2011, Dhruv Gupta and his EB, The FountainHead made sure, that there is accountability back in the LC and this is what brought DI back to No. 2. LC was performance oriented in terms of culture and there was a very strict hierarchy, and again membership recruited was one of its kind.

AIESEC in Delhi IIT grew by a mere 14.3%. However, the culture of the was very unique and different in the year of Sidharth Takru and his EB, Vulcan Revival, as to what DI had seen till now. Though the hierarchy loosened, EB was only approachable to a few members. Members couldn’t connect to the organization much in this year. CIM and iGV strength.

2014

2013

LC The was were

One of the biggest fall, DI has ever seen in terms of both culture and performance. Manu Sidharth Jha and his EB, the Zorro Fleet did not have much accountability. The EB was too big in size. Financial tracking was not so good. Accountability wasn’t there. OGCDP was the strength and most of it was from Marketing. Marketing was the best.

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The year in which DI grew massively. Both Culture and performance were focused by Karan Sawhney and his EB, The Dream Clan. The LC was too much LCP driven. Business Development dropped. There was growth in all portfolios.

2016

2015

One of the historic years for DI in terms of performance. Tushar Jain and his EB, The Might Orion drove people through the AIESEC Way. Accountability structure has been improved. Financial tracking has been strengthened. Growth is there in all portfolios. Business Development has still not been able to grow.

Give a SWOT analysis of the LC for 2016. Strengths - A lot of managers in NST - Proactive managerial board - Better Financial Tracking Systems in Operations - Goal Oriented Membership - High Membership Productivity - Improvement in Rentention - Brand ‘Delhi’ for iCX

Weakness - Weak Business Development - Very Less Number of IXPs - BO not contributing towards ELD - TM’s JD still unclear

Threats - Low NPS - No SOP for CRM - No SOP for Value Delivery

Opportunities - Project Discover Delhi mobile application - Automated Social Media Promotions - Vast Market - LBoA - Measure of Impact - Better HR tracking mechanisms

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What role will AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2017 play in order to achieve AIESEC 2020?

"Achieving peace and fulfilment of humankind's potential is not a matter of if, but a matter of when."

Every organization has its mid-term ambitions leading to its purpose. For AIESEC, it’s our 5 year goals, AIESEC 2020 which would ultimately lead us to Peace and Fulfilment of HumanKind’s potential. AIESEC 2020 is comprised of 3 statements. - Shaping what we do around what the world needs - Growing Disruptively - Being Accessible to Everyone, Everywhere Shaping What We Do Around What the World Needs Being aware of global and local issues, we act quickly to respond to them by offering powerful leadership experiences. We collaborate with like-minded organizations that, like us, strive for a better world. Through this, we take part in global and local decision making processes. Growing Disruptively Doing the same things is not enough to one day engage and develop every young person in the world. Being disruptive means for us to challenge the way we think and act as an organization. We find innovative ways to grow faster and be better. Every AIESECer seeks for solutions and acts upon them every day. We are an AIESEC that is able to grow from 5 to 500 within a few weeks. Being Accessible to Everyone, Everywhere Anyone can experience AIESEC, be it physically, virtually, directly or indirectly. We actively break our geographical and social barriers to make it possible for every young person in the world to live an AIESEC experience. Gen’17 plays a very important role in achieving 2020. It’s the second year of leading the organization to its mid-term ambition. For us, to contribute effectively, Gen’17 needs to be a generation of action oriented responsible youth leaders who are flexible and bold enough to challenge the traditional ways and bring a change towards the betterment. It is Gen’17 only who would be leading AIESEC in Delhi IIT towards completion of AIESEC 2020. This is the generation which needs to be great and give birth to the greatest leaders in the history!

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All the projects of AIESEC in Delhi IIT whether, EWA or ELD would revolve around the SDGs. Gen’17 would go an extra mile because this generation doesn’t just be the best but also, puts their best to the test. Mention your year targets and make an extensive integrated year plan for AIESEC in Delhi IIT for all functions, programs, events and initiatives to achieve positive growth in all areas? How will functions, events and initiatives complement programs keeping in mind the timelines?

260 oGV 215

TOTAL 1050

iGT

2017 BD

55

15 Lakh

oGT 520 iGV

Month January February March April May June July August September October November December

Event Recruitments, JLC, JBM GV, DI Birthday :D Induction Conference, YSF QAM Annual Stakeholder's Dinner Global Village, JLC Recruitments Global Village + BKK JBM, Induction Conference YSF, Celebration of Leadership EB Selections J2J

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Incoming Global Volunteer -

Action Steps:

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Proper Timeline projects Complete SDG Implementation EP Webinars/IPS to be more frequent Better EwA for EPs (having a one-two hour agenda at LCMs with EPs, Lead sessions) Focus on CRM: Client retention, Client monthly NPS tracking, EwA for clients Monthly Newsletters to Clients, EPs, and IRs. CRM System Pilot Projects: Explore India and Y4GG with MC Better IR Structure: Partnership trackers with each entity, MoUs to be signed, drive a purpose for the partnership. Reasons for saturation of IRs: communication, detractors, Overall competition factor, not being able to scale up No off peak ;)

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Synergies:

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EP Conferences, EP days and Global Village with CX EP Welcome Parties, EP Wall with CX Providing Previlige cards to EPs: Marketing Global Homes with CX iGV-oGV synergies in terms of IRs to benefit both the portfolios Local Volunteers with TM

- Outgoing Global Volunteer -

Re-integration of EPs (iXPs) Better EwA for outgoing EPs as well (EP Seminars, forums, inviting them at AIESEC events) Monthly newsletters to EPs/URs/IRs OPS/ Preparatory Seminars Send members for CEEDership programs(RNRs) Showcasing EP Experiences Focus on URs: MoUs to be signed with minimum EP guarantee and attendance relaxation Lead sessions for the EPs Targeting schools, through which we can send fresh students for internships right after school and reintegrate them into the LC, after their return. Focus on IRs, proper IR Framework and tracking mechanisms, MoUs to be signed

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Synergies:

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oGV synergies with Recruitments Discounts and subsidies to alumnis and reraised EP with Finance iGV-oGV synergies in terms of IRs to benefit both the portfolios.

 Incoming Global Talent -

Focus on CRM, more engagement of clients with AIESEC and also using, proper CRM softwares

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Contacting existing clients and re-raising from them Focus on Alumni relations, Tapping on their start-ups NEP Monthly Newsletters to Clients, EPs, and IRs. Better IR Structure: Partnership trackers with each entities, MoUs to be signed, drive a purpose for the partnership. Reasons for saturation of IRs: communication, detractors, Overall competition factor, not being able to scale up

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Synergies:

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Lead sessions for EPs with the help of Board and externals Discounts and subsidies to alumnis with Finance iGV-oGV synergies in terms of IRs to benefit both the portfolios. EP Webinars/IPS, welcome parties, EP wall with CX SnS tracking with CX Showcasing Experiences with CX

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oGT Campaigns Better EwA (EP Seminars, conferences, inviting them at AIESEC events) Lead Sessions Monthly newsletters to EPs/URs/IRs OPS/ Preparatory Seminars Presence at prominent career fest to increase visibility and outreach Focus on IRs, proper IR Framework and tracking mechanisms, MoUs to be signed Reverse Matching Showcasing EP Experiences College Placement Cells, which will help us to get EPs from different backgrounds, and won’t just give an unlimited supply of EPs but also if we partner with a credible college, we won’t face any problem in matching them too. Establishing oGT in our existing and new SUs. Focusing on market penetration and segmentation. Doing market research and tapping specific markets in order to create SUs.

- Outgoing Global Talent

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Synergies:

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Discounts and subsidies to alumnis and reraised EP with Finance iGT-oGT synergies in terms of IRs to benefit both the portfolios.

- Finance and Legalities -

Investment on CEEDs for membership White Paper Consolidation of all the books Training and Education about Finance to the LC Periodic Internal Assessments Investment on LnD, LC Days

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Quarterly Reports to be sent to LBoA Quarterly newsletters to Alumni

- Business Development

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Partnership for iCX for currency conversion iGV Project Selling EB Mentorship Program: Alumnis to mentor EB

- Talent Management : FOR THE PEOPLE -

Local Volunteers

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CEEDerships Quarterly Membership and EB Lead

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NPS of membership Monthly Performance Tracking RNRs for membership: Best members, managers to get subsidies for national conferences Membership Certification Counseling Membership : PGS Monthly Newsletters Privilege Cards to all members 50 oGV Raises through Recruitments EXCEL Program

Marketing and Tech -

Project Discover Delhi Mobile Application Better Tracking Softwares Business Cards for all the full members Value Delivery based Social Media Campaigns and Website Content EP Blogging System CafĂŠ Partners and Media Partners list to be constantly updated on website 50 oGV Raises through online campaigns

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Reviving Varanasi 3 New IGs 30 oGV Raises 10 iGV Raises in Varanasi Proper Incubation and Training of J&K

LCD

CX -

Certificate Distribution after collection of Impact Reports, Showcasing Videos

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SnS tracking, EP buddies

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Global Homes Hostel Accommodations to be focused upon EwA Planning which includes trips, Discover Delhi days

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EP Webinars/IPS, welcome parties, EP wall EP Conferences, EP days Local Control Board: to resolve issues on a local level

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How will you ensure that you exceed the expectations of every stakeholder? LBoA •Current State: The local advisory board is extremely inactive which reflects our struggle to still achieve positive growth. The credibility of our brand is also reflected by the fact that our LC just uses those names in their signatures and has not had any actions reflected by their advices. •In 2017: AIESEC in Delhi IIT has a brand that pre-exists. To move towards the creation of a board, it must be kept in mind that ELD generation through correcting measures that failed and innovating strategies that did not exist, is the objective. 1.BoA will consist of people with image credibility of knowledge in the fields in which we need mentorship as a membership. 2.A Board MoU needs to exist in place that must be used to source out our prospective board members with monetary clauses may/may not attached. 3.More engagement of BoA with AIESEC 4. JBM twice a year 5. Invitation to all Events throughout

Alumni •Current State: There is minimal engagement of alumni with our LC, which reflects in our growth strategies every year. And, since alumni are not satisfied with us, therefore we are not able to leverage ELD or financial help from them. •In 2017: The main focus will be to engage them with AIESEC to come together as a network. However, we are still away from the point where we can extract ELD out of them. 1.There will be establishment of an Alumni Board which will work directly with the VP Business Development. 2.Alumni can engage with us for Mentorship Programs. 3.Better tracking of alumnis 4.Alumni Engagement Day : DI Birthday 5.Invitation to all LC Events

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Exchange participants •Current State: In case of Exchange Participants, be it incoming or outgoing, one major issue that our EPs face is with kind of expectation setting done with them, as they always complain about not getting what was promised. Also, we fail to generate an overall good NPS, and even those who are having a good experience are influenced by the ones who are not. •In 2017: In the case of •INCOMING EPs:. 1.) Physical Reception Kit will be provided. 2.) EP Integration (keeping EP agendas at LCMs, inviting them to our LC events like GV,BKK). 3.) Learning and Development of EPs through workshops, seminars, Lead sessions 4.) In order to tackle complaints, a Local Control Board (LCB) comprising of all Exchangers will be made. •OUTGOING EPs: 1.) REINTEGRATION (IXPs) 2.) Better Expectation Settings, OPS. 3.) Better EwA, EP Events (Having meet-ups, monthly get-togethers, in order to share more of their experience and cultural understanding.)

Members •Current State: Members are one of the most important stakeholders of the organisation. Today, members are having a happy experience, but there still exist some that feel AIESEC is just a party organization. Some others who stay just for the sake of a good resume. They don’t understand the essence of the organization. Also, another important issue that we face today is membership crisis even after having recruitments twice a year, this again hampers the state of the LC stakeholders. •In 2017: This will be one of the focus areas throughout the year, and TM will be made to focus entirely on membership. •New things that will be taking place for Members: 1.Membership Certification 2.Business Cards for all the full members 3.Monthly NPS of the membership 4.Regular RnRs for the membership 5.PGS and Evaluation

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Clients and partners

•Current State: The main problem with clients & partners is the lack of EwA. There is zero engagement with them, and once the work is done, no further relations, which leaves them with a bad impression of AIESEC. As a result of this, we face problems in reconnecting with them. •In 2017: 1.) There will more focus on Client Relationship Management (CRM), proper CRM Model to be followed. 2.) Monthly newsletters to be sent out to each Client and Partner. 3.) Showcasing Impact of client case studies will be done, through social media, which also lead to client showcasing case studies of AIESEC on their social media channels. 4.) Client Engagement Activities once in every 6 months like BI-Annual Stakeholder Event.

Considering current Organization Capacity, the role of an LCP, EB and Manager will evolve in 2017. Comment on the Correlation between the different levels and discuss cultural understanding within the LC of your proposed OS for the year. As I have shown in my OS, LCP will only be guiding and directing the EB team. LCP – EB Relation: LCP and EB are supposed to work together and I want to build a very healthy and innovative environment around where everyone has their own space. The team needs to have the best of the bonds, as an EB team defines the culture of a LC. LCP – Manager Relation: In the past years, LCPs used to have a lot of interaction with the MB which leads to issues with the department’s culture at times and also the leadership experience of the EB. Hence, the communication between LCP and MB would majorly be in official MB and GB forums. EB – Manager Relation: Managers and a VP of a department should have a very healthy and powerful working environment wherein they have a space to co-create and work together

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towards their goals and also, they should be sharing a great relation.

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Section 3: How can AIESEC be relevant to India now? What trends do you see in India that AIESEC has to play a role in? AIESEC can be relevant in enhancing the image INDIA has in the world, by breaking the pre-existing stereotypes and making the world aware about its rich and diverse culture, its administration and issues. oGV and oGT, develops the youth of India by enhancing their leadership skills and providing them with cross-cultural understanding. iGV focuses on eradicating the economic and social problems that are existing currently in the nation. These iGV projects work in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. They deal with issues like: 1. Eradicating extreme poverty and hunger 2. Achieving universal primary education 3. Promoting gender equality and empowering women 4. Reducing child mortality rates 5. Improving maternal health 6. Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases 7. Ensuring environmental sustainability 8. Developing a global partnership for development These are a few major issues which India has been facing, and which have been affecting the country’s development. Thus, undertaking these projects in AIESEC, is leading to an overall development of the nation.

iGT focuses on helping India grow through providing skilled HR and a better working environment in various industries. iGE focuses on helping the young like-minded organizations run by entrepreneurs to foster entrepreneurial spirit and help Indian start-ups to grow like never before. According to UN, With 356 million 10-24 year-olds, India has the world's largest youth population. AIESEC for India has been providing life changing opportunities to the youth to develop their leadership skills.

AIESEC is bringing a Youth Leadership Movement.

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Write your thoughts on any of the following topic i) Panama Papers ii) Goods and Service Tax iii) How will BREXIT influence developing India? The Panama Papers are an unprecedented leak of 11.5m files from the database of the world’s fourth biggest offshore law firm, Mossack Fonseca. Panama has always been one of the best tax sanctuaries in the world. Mossack Fonseca, run by a Swiss tax expert Jurgen Mossack and his Panamanian partner, Ramon Fonseca is one of the dominant firms. In this regard, the groundbreaking leak of nearly 40 years' worth of documents, more than 11 million documents on more than 210,000 companies, trusts, foundations, and 12 current or former world leaders and politicians which that Mossack Fonseca offered its services to facilitate money laundering, tax avoidance, and criminal activity should not come as surprise. Offshore firms like this which grant utmost secrecy, have been created for fulfilling such roles for the rich and powerful. The magnitude of the leak -- 2.6 terabytes, 11 million records - makes previous revelations by WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden seem like almost nothing. In a world where inequality in terms of financial stature is high, the socio-economic and political consequence of tax avoidance is enormous. While the middle class and workers and small and medium sized enterprises have been paying taxes, global corporations and the super-rich have been paying fewer and fewer taxes. Without taxes, societies won’t be able to survive and essential service might not be provided to them. A large number of institutes like schools and hospitals could have been built in various countries with the tax proceeds of this money. Corruption is a deadly poison that cripples’ economies, perpetuates poverty and, as it accumulates, can claim lives. Not only are political leaders in some cases, stealing money that belongs to their respective countries, to their people, but they may be making policy choices, based on how they can benefit themselves. The result can be bad government, bribing, tax avoidance and theft of the public's future for the sake of a more lavish life for a corrupt few. For years and years, they've been getting away with this secrecy and we have also seen that every time the governments and the authorities try to crack down, they're finding new ways to get around these barriers. A new era may dawn as a result of the Panama Papers leak. The Panama Papers leak reveals that offshore companies like Mossack Fonseca need to come under very close scrutiny. People are using greater access to information for the greater good and are moving towards uprooting corruption. They have already toppled governments and brought forward government secrets. The release of the Panama Papers marks a major milestone in that trend.

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If you were Bill Clinton and had just 90 seconds spare time to invite Narendra Modi to the Biggest Annual Event of the Clinton Foundation, what would you write in the email? (2 - Paragraphs, 90 seconds reading time) The Honorable Prime Minister, India It is with great pleasure and immense respect that I, William Jefferson Clinton, on behalf of The Clinton Foundation and our co-sponsors, invite you to our biggest Annual Event. The Clinton Foundation is a nonprofit corporation that aims to strengthen the capacity of people throughout the world to meet the challenges the global interdependence. We convene businesses, governments, NGOs, and individuals to improve global health and wellness, increase opportunity for girls and women, reduce childhood obesity, create economic opportunity and growth, and help communities address the effects of climate change. We believe that the best way to unlock human potential is through the power of creative collaboration. That's why we build partnerships between businesses, NGOs, governments, and individuals everywhere to work faster, leaner, and better; to find solutions that last; and to transform lives and communities from what they are today to what they can be, tomorrow. The theme of the Annual Event will be “Build A Dedicated Community of Emerging Leaders.� Our Annual Event will be held on 10th October 2016 at Madison Square Garden, New York. On behalf of the Clinton Foundation and the co-sponsors, I request you to be the Honorary Guest and the closing keynote speaker at the Annual Event. As one of the most prominent leaders in the modern world, we would be honored by your attendance. Yours Sincerely, William Jefferson Clinton Founder, The Clinton Foundation

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Section 4- Strategies and innovationsPropose key projects for BD in 2017. (Explain briefly) Youth Speak

Alumni Relations Management Global Village

Recruitments

Annual Stakeholder’s Dinner

Balakalakaar

LBoA Business Development would revolve around managing relations with the Local Board of Advisors and Alumni Network since, we want these stakeholders of ours to contribute monetary or in terms of ELD. DI Alumni Board to be constituted in consultation with prominent and well established alumnis so that we are able to engage Alumnis in our LC properly. Moreover, Alumni Board would be providing LCs with ELD contribution as a start. Various events like Annual Stakeholder’s Dinner, Balakalakaar, Global Village, and YouthSpeak would be happening round the year according to the timelines where BD should put their focus on. The measure of success would not just be partnerships for the events but also to support the exchange departments with those partnerships. For example, a company can be raised for 2 Lakh INR and we can also offer them 2 GT EPs in the product package as a start to involve them in our GT program. Event

Purpose

Balakalakaar Creating Social Credibility Global Cross Cultural Exposure Village Creating Social YouthSpeak Awareness about the SDGs and empowering youth Annual To ensure proper Stakeholder’s engagement of all our Dinner stakeholders’ Recruitments Obtaining new membership

Expected Revenue 2.5 Lakh

Expected ELD Contribution BKK Volunteers- oGX

1.5 Lakh

oGX

2 Lakh

oGX and iCX

3 Lakh

iGT

6 Lakh

oGX

15 Lakh

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Define a financially sustainable LC. How do you envision AIESEC in Delhi IIT in 2017 with -respect to being financial profitability and investment-friendly? An LC is financially sustainable if: -The operational reserve ranges from 4-6 months of average operational cost; the operational reserve for an organization is to cover and sustain an organization in case of stall of operations. -There is adequate liquidity to sustain all the operations -There is focus on the implementation of the “Corpus Fund” model; Corpus fund is the fund generated and preserved for the sustenance of an organization and is restricted from use for other purposes. -It is self-sufficient in case of zero BD fund raising -It has sufficient reserve funds to pay the next recon and avoid a state of debt -Every LC event generates a profit of minimum 50% -It is able to cover all expenses and still managing to maintain 20% of exchange income -It has the potential of creating short-term funds that help in creation of assets for the LC Finance in Delhi IIT in 2017 - Importance needs to be given to increase the funds of the operational reserve for AIESEC in Delhi IIT in 2017 -Financial tracking and transparency -Standardization of Processes -Reviewing the financial policies - Maintaining hard copies -FST in effect from Q1 -Proper budgeting to hold everyone accountable -Monthly Financial review of every department by FST -Data-driven insights for smarter investments Major investment focus on: 1 – International Relations and Internal Branding 2 – Marketing and PR 3 – Events 4 – TM/LnD

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Propose key projects for TM and L&D for the year 2017.

iXP iXP would be a major focus as I want to see 25% of my membership to be IXPs. For the same, I would also be setting up a separate budget wherein RNRs would be provided to the managers who excel in their field and flight and program fee subisidies would be provided for their CEED experiences.

Virtual Training Hub Virtual Training Modules would be another focus for me where I want to standardise the process and the procedures for generations to come ahead. A Virtual Training Resource Hub would be created wherein videos/documents on various processes would be added which can be accessed by any member of LC.

Counseling Since, we want to foster great leadership, proper counseling and guidance should be given to the members of the Local Committee. For any major issue that a member faces, TM can be approached to help resolving that issue with PGS, consultancy with the respective VP.

EB Mentorship Alumnis to mentor the EB since it would increase the amount of knowledge and skills that a EB member would have. EB can gain from the experiences of the alumnis. Moreover, it would give an external perspective about various portfolios and would bring in, a lot of new innovative ideas to work upon.

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How do you see LDM contributing to 2017 and customer experiences? Propose a model for the same.

Leadership development is not optional, it's the essence of our organisation. Leadership Development is at the core of our organisation. We have come a long way to realise the Clarity of Why We Do What We Do and what kind of leaders we want to develop. Now, AIESEC's Leadership Development Model details how are we going to execute this on a day to day to level. At core, we are here to serve. LDM is not just the 4 elements which we always talk about. LDM does include SnS and Inner and Outer Journey.

2017, LDM model would be at the core of each product that we are going to have. Starting in December 2016, we are going to go through a phase of process revamp wherein EB 2017 is going to go through their current portfolio processes and in consultation with the alumnis and the MC, we are going to bring along new processes in place to inculcate LDM at each and every phase of it. Process Revamp

Though, leadership is developed through our ELD programs, hardly Education our customers and members notice it. Educating them about Leadership Development Model would bring in awareness amongst them and hence, conscious leadership development. It would further, help our customers and members, to make the best use of it to grow. Customer Experience is one specific department which is going to take care of the Value Delivery Phase of iCX EPs. SnS Tracking at an initial level was started in Summers 2016 only which really helped us to ensure that we have accommodation and pickups for all EPs which was a great improvement from the year of 2015. Further, first day of work was CX tried to be tracked. With the learnings, we are going to pilot a full model SnS track in the winter cycle for iCX. Based on the learning with further modifications, the SnS tracking mechanism would be used for 2017! The questions which CX asks the EPs for video reports were also aligned towards Inner and Outer Journey. Further

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modifications would be done to pilot it again on a bigger level this winter cycle and taking it full-fledged in 2017!

What emphasis does Marketing as a function hold currently for AIESEC in Delhi IIT? Critically analyze the same. Also, how will marketing contribute to growth in all ELD programs, including Global Leaders Program. The importance of marketing for AIESEC today cannot be emphasized enough. Unfortunately, we still fail to understand what we require out of marketing as a function. When talking about marketing, the first thing that generally comes to our mind is promotions and social media. Every exchange portfolio today wants marketing to boost their numbers by promotions, TM wants marketing to bring people for recruitments, BD wants marketing to promote their events. In short, all we ask from marketing is promotion. But is promotion all that there is to marketing? This fact here needs to be emphasized hard on, because ever since we first started evolving the function of Marketing in Delhi IIT, we have only banked upon promotions. And I believe it’s high time, we move marketing beyond promotions and social media, in order to evolve and develop it as a function. Marketing as a function needs to evolve from being the function which is only utilized in the Attraction phase to becoming a portfolio which is at the center of all activities. Anyone who has studied basic marketing will understand the 4 Ps of marketing – Product, Promotion, Price, Place Product – being an analysis of what actually a customer wants Promotion – being an analysis of how we promote the product Price – being an analysis of how feasible a product is to a customer Place – being the place where the product meets the customer and is bought. Marketing needs to evolve into becoming the function which not only promotes the leadership programs of AIESEC but also ensures the delivery of our promise. Our promise to the world is Leadership. Our delivery cannot be exchange, our delivery has to be life-changing leadership experiences.

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Section 5- BLANK PAPER CHALLENGE: D Showcase the year 2016, the steps leading to 2017 and how 2017 will be for the Local Chapter, should you become the Local Committee President in 2017. This space is completely open. Let’s Put a Dent in the Universe!

2017 2016

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To Tushar Jain Local Committee President 2016-17 AIESEC in Delhi IIT Subject: Letter of Intent for Akshay Nagpal’s candidature for the office of Local Committee President, AIESEC in Delhi IIT, 2017-18 Dear Tushar, I, Akshay Nagpal, 21 years old Young Individual am writing this letter to display my intent towards leading one of the biggest local committee of the world’s largest youth run organization which believes in achieving Peace and Fulfillment of HumanKind’s Potential. I have had one of the most beautiful experiences of my life in AIESEC wherein from being an exchange participant with my volunteering experience in Egypt to playing important roles of a team member, team leader and local committee vice president of Development Sector as well as Customer experience in this organization to being a part of numerous OC as well as Facilitator opportunities which have provided me with an immense learning experience. AIESEC is a playground where you can choose a sport and excel in it. 2 years ago, when I was sitting in my LTS, listening to my president then as to how AIESEC brings in change in numerous lives and induces leadership in the youth, the country’s future, I was mesmerized by the thought of bringing in such a big impact. When I was in Egypt, a few AIESECers from different countries told me that they do not prefer to do exchanges with Delhi since the experiences provided there are not good. Believe me when I say it, when you go out to someone else’s home and they raise a finger at yours, it hits. I came back and joined AIESEC in Delhi IIT and worked to bring in a change to change the perspective towards my nation, my city and my LC and get it the respect it deserves. Sometimes, it falls upon a generation to be great. Today, when I am writing this LOI, I am able to recollect each moment of my journey of last 2 years in this organization which is embedded in me deeply close to my heart. From my member term to my VP term, I have always believed in challenging myself and going out of my comfort zone to perform extraordinary as I strongly believe that we are merely explorers of infinity in pursuit of absolute perfection. I hereby, submit my candidature for the office of Local Committee President, AIESEC in Delhi IIT, 201718. Yours sincerely, Akshay Nagpal


To Tushar Jain Local Committee President 2016-2017, AIESEC in Delhi IIT Date: 19/09/2016 Subject: Proposing Akshay Nagpal’s candidature for the office of Local Committee President 2017-2018, AIESEC in Delhi IIT. Dear Tushar, It gives me immense pleasure to propose Akshay Nagpal for the position of Local Committee President of AIESEC in Delhi IIT. From my interaction and working with Akshay, I can pledge that he is one of the most passionate and intelligent people I have come across. The passion and commitment that he has shown towards AIESEC through his journey in this organization is truly commendable. He is a very sincere person who gives his full efforts to the work he takes up, and the commitment he shows is just amazing. Through a quick conversation with him, you would be extremely comfortable yet motivated. The way Akshay empathizes with various situations and people and acts accordingly makes him the incredible person that he is. Demonstrating confidence and discipline in everything that he does, makes him stand out from the rest. Personally, I have always admired his personality, ambition, and personal drive. One of the main qualities that I admired in him was his dedication to always do his best no matter the task. He has grabbed every single opportunity that came his way and excelled in all of them. Akshay has always been the one who went that extra mile to prove his caliber. Being the Vice President of Development Sector, he has always set strong standards in everything he has done – from doing the highest in terms of exchange numbers to financially sustaining the portfolio. His management style produced the expected results because he succeeded to instill a sense of urgency into people which was combined with his social abilities of inspiring people around him and be aware of their feelings and needs. If I were asked what was that one thing that sets Akshay apart from everybody, my answer would be Akshay’s ability to get along with people with ease and make them feel motivated to accomplish even the most difficult task in the world. The level of though and contribution that he has added not just to his portfolio but the organization as a whole, is invaluable. He now stands tall with a whole lot of learning backing him that would make him a global leader tomorrow. Taking all these into consideration, I propose with great pleasure and honor Akshay Nagpal as being the ideal candidate for the position of Local Committee President in AIESEC in Delhi IIT for the term 2017-2018, as I am convinced that he is very capable of managing and inspiring AIESEC in Delhi IIT during his year. Best Wishes, Rohit Shaw Vice President – Finance, Legalities & Marketing AIESEC in Delhi IIT


To, The Local Committee President, AIESEC in Delhi IIT Subject : Seconding Akshay Nagpal’s Candidature for the office of the Local Committee President 2017-2018 Dear Tushar, People often relate themselves to a certain set of rules or instructions and find their comfort zone in it. Rarely do people realize the true meaning of their existence in this organization and dare to break the norms by doing things that make them stand out in the crowd. Such people emerge as leaders, visionaries and game changers. Akshay Nagpal, is one such wunderkind. In AIESEC we humbly accept all the challenges, rewards & learnings to be completely integral to the organization whereas only one individual rises amongst us to take this organization to greater heights. Hardworking, passionate, innovative and determined are few words that strike me whenever I think of Akshay Nagpal. Having known Akshay Nagpal for over one year now, I can vouch for the fact that he is the ideal person who can take AIESEC in Delhi IIT to the next level, the place it deserves. The AIESEC values, that every AIESECer should live and imbed in their actions, be it Living diversity, enjoying participation, activating leadership, demonstrating integrity, acting sustainably or striving for excellence, Akshay Nagpal in his past 2 years of association with AIESEC in Delhi IIT has lived, experienced and cherished them all. I’ve seen Akshay grow in this organisation exponentially, something I’d always admire. From being a member, to being a team leader, to being the part of Organising Committee of biggest international conference of AIESEC network in the year 2015, to being a Vice President of two different portfolios at the same time, to being the best facilitator at two national conferences that AIESEC India has even seen, Akshay Nagpal has all the qualities that make him equip to be the ideal leader who can revolutionise AIESEC in Delhi IIT. I am always fascinated and mesmerised by what Akshay Nagpal gets to the table. His never giving up attitude, passion and commitment towards AIESEC in Delhi IIT is a perfect amalgam of being the leader that can lead the leaders of the future generation. With all that confidence, conviction and assurance, I hereby second Akshay Nagpal’s candidature for the office of Local Committee President 2017-2018, AIESEC in Delhi IIT. Jayant Garg Vice President Corporate Relations AIESEC in Delhi IIT


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