I am grateful to all of you for your generosity with your kindness. I am blessed; I am humbled; and am extremely happy for getting Canada’s highest civilian honour, Order of Canada.
Good afternoon and welcome to you all for coming together to celebrate the spirit of GIVING and SHARING. Our presence here is the testimony of our awareness of engaging ourselves for larger social causes. The title of my presentation is “South Asian Philanthropy: Training or Tuning”.
Distinguished panellists, Diane Francis & friends of Ryerson! I appreciate this opportunity to share my thoughts with all of you and I will focus on public policy aspect of our engagement with India.
Dr. Aditya Jha's (Chairman, POA Educational Foundation) address to the Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs & International Trade on issues as he sees them with respect to the rise of India and the implications for Canadian global policy.
“What Got Us Here, Won’t Take Us there”
Convocation Speech by Aditya Jha
Honorary Doctorate, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
October 21, 2009 at 2:30pm
Centre Stage 2009, Toronto
Joint seminar with Rotman (University of Toronto), Schulich (York University), Wilfrid Laurier MBA Students and India Abroad
– by Aditya Jha, President & CEO, Karma Candy Inc, April 2009
Mr. Aditya Jha was recognized for his business achievemens and community service by KC Group at their annual Diwali Event on October 26, 2007 at Versailles Convention Centre in Mississauga. Aditya delivered this speech to thank the group and share his thoughts.