1. What is Ananta Centre about?
The Centre is a not for profit convening body that focusses on leadership development and open
dialogue on important issues facing Indian society to help foster its transformation.
2. How old is the Organisation?
The Centre was registered under the Indian Trust Act on 28th November 2013.
3. How is it different from Ananta Aspen Centre?
The Centre can accept sponsorships and have paid events unlike the Ananta Aspen Centre and is not tax exempted.
4. Is it a Not for Profit Organisation?
The Centre is a for profit charitable organisation.
5. What is the Mission and Vision of the Centre?
Mission – The Centre focusses on leadership development and open dialogue on important
issues facing Indian Society, to help foster its transformation. The Centre engages civil society, business, governments and other stakeholders on issues of importance to India’s Development and National Security.
Vision – “Nurturing Change, Transforming India”.
The Centre was formed with the vision of providing a non-partisan platform for various stake-holders to come together and discuss important problems and challenges facing the society which were of local and global concern.
6. Who are the Board of Trustees?
Ananta Centre is guided by an esteemed Board of Trustees who are accomplished in their respective fields. In addition to their professional stature, the Members bring to the Board their commitment to social responsibility and their personal experiences working for a better society.