In Uttarakhand, Mushroom Girl Divya Rawat is doing crores of business through Mushroom Cultivation today, along with her tireless efforts, she has also succeeded in stopping the migration of farmers from the area in the past years. Along with this, you will find it very interesting with the inspiration of Sunita Joshi, who has made her special place in the male-dominated logistics field.
We have published many such excellent stories this week, which we are presenting briefly to you here.
This is ‘mushroom girl’
Divya Rawat of Chamoli (Garhwal) district of Uttarakhand state today is breaking all those illusions related to women farmers, who have been woven by the society for centuries while battling this patriarchy. Divya has given a new definition to being a female farmer, where she has proved that a woman can establish herself as a farmer and earn a special place in society as well. Divya has become a well-known name in the field of mushroom cultivation today and is also referred to as ‘Mushroom Girl’. Today, Divya is doing more than 2 crore rupees through mushrooms.
Divya has been awarded many big awards till now, she was also awarded the Nari Shakti Award by the President a few years ago. Divya’s story is very interesting and inspiring how she left her good job in Delhi NCR and moved back to her hometown and through her work and dedication, managed to stop the migration of farmers in the area. is. You can read this inspiring and interesting journey of Divya here.
Initiatives for the differently-abled community
The main objective of establishing LoveActuallyMe is to empower and encourage the Divyang (PWD) community as well. Co-founder Rajneesh has spoken openly about this initiative and how his initiative is adding new opportunities to the community with confidence.
An event called Ignite is also organized under the initiative, where people from the PWD community participate in a variety of activities as per their interest. You can read about this initiative in detail here.
The logistic sector in India is considered to be a male-dominated sector, but 50-year-old Sunita Joshi has not only made a mark in this field but has also established a stable business. In a conversation with BK, Sunita shared the difficulties faced during the establishment of the business and described how she faced challenges.
Today, his company is backed by giants like Amazon and BlueDart. Significantly, the logistic sector in India is projected to grow at a CAGR of 10.5 percent between 2019 and 2025. It has also been awarded infrastructure status, which has led to a boom in investment.
Profit earned in a year
Sonakshi Naithani of Raipur and Ashutosh Singla of Karnal studied together at IIIT and then worked in different companies, but due to lack of job satisfaction, they both started a startup sale, which was just a year Became profitable within the same time and the startup has also raised $ 2 million in funding recently.
These friends’ startup today stands to compete with Amazon and Reliance’s retail branch Jio Mart, though the founders deny this direct confrontation. The startup plans to take the platform internationally by January 2021 with a primary focus on emerging markets.
The app became popular overnight
When India banned Chinese apps for the first time on June 30, the founders of Gurugram-based Ordenado Labs had a chance “they were longing for”. However, it was not about the ban on Chinese apps. This was the time when his app went from zero downloads to millions overnight.
The 15-day-old scanning app Paper Scanner quickly crossed a million downloads soon after the ban on 59 Chinese apps (including CamScanner), which allows devices to be used as documents or image scanners.