Highlights of Big Talks- India conference 2018- Start-up Hyderabad
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Highlights of Big Talks- India conference 2018

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Everyone has their own story behind their success they are now because they had then. Sharing the defining moments of life is where you explain about the story which shaped your life. Listening to their inspiring talks will not only boost but shape your personality. This is what the platform Big Talks provided to share ideas in the form of powerful talks, the learning from leaders connects you in a deeper way to design your lifestyle.

The event started with the first speaker Padma Shri Awardee Chintakindi Mallesham.                                  v2
He was born in a weaver’s family, a traditional weaver from Yadadri district in Telangana state. He is the best personality to explain where no course certificates and degrees are required to innovate and bring a solution. With a strong desire to relieve his mother’s pain from weaving manually, his hard work, dedication, and passion towards the idea of inventing a weaving (Lakshmi ASU) machine reduced the time and labour,  which brought a revolution in the Weaving Industry. Today he is one of the amazing Innovators of India who won Padma Shri award from the Government of India.

The next speaker was Vijayanti vasanta mougli, founding members of the Telangana Hijra Intersex Transgender Samiti.                        v3
She mentioned that we should be aware of the difference between biological sex and Gender. Gender is where the person identifies and likes the society to be identified as himself/ herself, whereas Biological sex is the anatomy into which the person is born including the person’s genitalia. “The only thing that separates us from rest of the world is an opportunity” said by the feminist Vijayanti Vasanta mougli.

The next speaker was Sri Charan Lakkaraju CEO of Stumagz.com            v4
His startup Stumagz is an online digital platform connecting colleges across India. He mentioned that social networks are playing a bigger role in getting recognized where talents are discovered. “In India, if you want to get recognized you shouldn’t be recognized” which has a lot of deep meaning. “Everyone wants to be a butterfly but if you relax in pupa you will never come out of the shell, we have to break down all the barriers of pupa so that the butterfly wings” is what the young dynamic speaker motivates.

The next speaker was Mir Mahmood Ali, Senior Technology Manager experienced in client management & development.             v5
He explained 26 leadership qualities  with 26 alphabets which were explained by an author
Accountable, behavior, communication, Discipline, engagement, Focus on failures, Generosity (working with heart),Honesty, Inspiration, Justice, Knowledgeable, listening, mindset, no non-sense, optimistic, purpose, questioning ,relationship, skills, Trust, uplifting, value creation, Wisdom, X-Ray vision( seeing beyond the physical layer, YOU, Zealous. Whatever suits you make your own personality and identify the best personality from them and shape your personality.

The next speaker was Munipally Snigdha  who was psoriasis victim       v6
A confident young lady who works at an MNC has suffered from psoriasis at the age of 4, shares her struggles with people in the hopes that maybe one day her story will inspire someone else to overcome the difficulties in their life. she says  Self-pampering should be made to spend time with yourself so that you will know what you are. What you like and what you don’t like. It is never about how you are born or with what defects you are born, No one cares!!! The way you are going to improve and self-love is important. You are the artist to paint the picture of your life says Snigdha.
The next speaker was Dr. G. V. Ramanjaneyulu who is an agricultural scientist

He is a scientist and an executive director at Centre for sustainable agriculture.
How many of us know what we are actually eating?? What food does to the environment before it comes to your plate?? What food does to the farmer who is producing that food?? How safe is your food?? These are the alert questions put by Ramanjaneyulu. He mentions that the way we pollute our environment with pesticides and other harmful substances is the same that is reflected back and poisoning our plate we eat, it is a cyclical process. There were many examples quoted by him like If the lead has been added to the noodles, Then it must be even present in the aata but no one thinks of it, it is we who have contaminated the environment by harmful substances and the same is reflected to the food we eat because of the ecological cycle

These are some of the learnings from these great leaders from which we can empower and work towards our dreams.




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  • Saloni Anand

  • Neha Mohsin

  • Soumalya Chakraborty

  • Ruchika Agarwal

  • Ramesh Loganathan

  • Nikita Kiran

  • Ayyappa Nagubandi

  • Ayushi Pandey

  • Harshita Goel

  • Chandra Mouli Koduri

  • Arpita Soma

  • Maddy Anand

  • Ankur Mehta

  • Varun Rastogi

  • Srinivas Aki

  • Monika Guwalani

  • Rahul Das

  • Saritha Keshamoni

  • Nischala Agnihotri

  • Sameeksha Bansal

  • Sreekar Reddy

  • Divya Jyothi

  • Vineel Reddy Pindi

  • Vinita Surana

  • Priyanka Mechineni

  • Sravya Gowrisetty

  • Sruthi Malla

  • Anish Tadimarri

  • Tata Teja

  • Amita Sood

  • Ramya Sayaboni

  • Vana Korrapati

  • Surya Vallae

  • Ambika Asta

  • Madhureema RoyMoulik

  • Gunajit Haloi

  • Bhavitaavya Dharanikota

  • GR Reddy

  • Manoj Surya

  • Shravani Maddirala

  • Ravi Vaka

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  • Nethrikaa Greeshma

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