It is a group of people who would act as match makers-finding out the meritorious students from the streams recognized, getting them passing through the screening committee and referring them to the donors with its recommendations of the amount of financial help needed.
|Screening Committee (Members)|
Shri Animesh Chauhan
Former MD & CEO Oriental Bank of Commerce
Shri Ashok Jain, IAS
Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Rajasthan
Shri Sunil Goyal, FCA
Former President ICAI
Shri Ashish Arora, JEE
NEET Expert (with Unacademy)
Shri Amit Agarwal, MD
Shri Alok Kotahwala
Dr. Nidhi Patni,MD & HOD
Radiation Oncology – BMCHRC, Jaipur
Shri Swadeep Hora
Solicitors & Advocates
Role of screening committee
To screen the candidates assessing their net worth as well as the merit of the case meticulously. The committee would be fastidious while recommending the case to the donors.
There are many prodigious and meritorious students who can be proud for the nation but are unable to pursue their higher studies for want of money. The idea is to spot and help them financially.
God has been kind enough to us that we are in a position to pay back to the society hence we must deliberate to help the needy and deserving candidates.
A student, Niharika who secured 21st AIR in CA entrance examinations was assisted with CA coaching & ICAI fee. She again achieved 37th AIR in her CA intermediate examinations and now she is with Deloitte, Mumbai.
We look forward to the magnanimous and generous people from different walks of life to join our hands for extending their financial help to the needy but deserving candidates.
The donors are not expected to part with their committed money from their account. They would block the funds they have committed in their Bank accounts only and as and when they get the recommendations from the shaping future committee: the donors would pay the amount. It is only commitment we are seeking.
The beneficiaries are not expected to get any money in their hands. The donors would make the payment directly to the institute concerned. For instance, if one student wants its fee to be deposited to the Institute of Chartered Accountants then in such case, the payment of fee would be made directly to ICAI by the donor.
In this mission, the group of people pursuing this mission. Shaping Future will have nothing to do with the money of the donors hence there are no chances of any manipulation or misuse of the money committed by the donors. The beneficiary will not have any money in his hands hence chances of any misuse are ruled out:
The donor would be well aware of the use of donated money, hence ‘Shaping Future’ does not have to present any statement of accounts to the donors.
If the donor has committed say Rs. 500000/- and the money donated is just Rs. 100000/- in such case the remaining amount of Rs. 400000/- would spill over to next calendar year.
Since Shaping Future is an informal group and there would not be any financial transactions hence, we will not be required to maintain any books of accounts and no statutory compliances have to be made.
|Ms. Niharika Jain (for CA)|
|Ms. Radha Upadhyay (for CA)|
|Ms. Kusum Lata Maurya (for medical)|
|Ms. Payal Mahawar (for NEET)|
|Mr. Ankit Kaushal (for Engg.)|
|Mr. Bhumit Parekh (for CA)|
|Ms. Aarti (for USPC)|
|Ms. Shahista Bano (for CA)|
|Ms. Kumkum (for JEE-IIT)|
|Mr. Ansh Tripathi (for CA)|
|Shri N. R. Banjara, DGM, PNB|
|Shri Santosh Bansal, DGM, Bank of Baroda|
|Shri Alok Kotahwala|
|Shri Anil Khandelwal|