Mr. Ajit Banerjee
President, Bengal Olympic Association
Sri A. Banerjee is a very well known philanthropist and sports administrator. He is currently the president of BENGAL OLYMPIC ASSOCIATION and dedicates most of his time in the development of sports and athletics.
Sri Banerjee proposes to take sports and games at the grass root level and promotes active participation at school level. He firmly believes that sports not only keeps the body & mind healthy but also teaches indispensable life skills to the participant.
Mr. Arun Dalmia
Educationist & Philanthropist
Mr. Arun Kumar Dalmia aged 60 years, a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) from St. Xavier's College, Kolkata (Caclutta University). He has two decades of knowledge in the fields of Engineering, Textiles and Laser Engraving.
He was the Hony. Secretary of Merchant Chamber of Commerce, Kolkata and has been President of Birla High School Alumni, LEO Club of Ballygunge and South Calcutta Jaycees.
He is associated with many social and philanthropic organizations. He is running a charitable High School in his native hometown of Chirawa, Rajasthan.
Ms. Ruchika Gupta
Ms Ruchika Gupta is an alumini of St. Xaviers College Kolkata. She was awarded a silver medal in MBA from VisvaBharati University.
She is Director in leading Hindi daily SANMARG. She is also the Director of RVG Enterprise Private Ltd & San Entertainment - one of Kolkata's leading Brand management companies. She was Chairperson of FICCI FLO Kolkata for the year 2012-13. She conceptualized 'Aparajita' with FICCI FLO, an award function which honors successful women from all disciplines through popular votes.
She takes Corporate Social Responsibilities very seriously and works with NGOs to supportslum Children. She has conceptualized scholarship schemes for the promotion of Hindi through RAG Awards. The 'Sanmarg Foundation' grants scholarships to needy children for higher education.
Mr. Saradindu Mukherjee
Ex India Cricketer
Saradindu Mukherjee is a former Indian cricketer. He has played for Bengal and played One Day Internationals for India in 1990-91.
He is remembered for his heroics in the 1990-91 Asia Cup where he was India's preferred spinner in the tournament, ahead of Venkatapathy Raju and Ravi Shastri. Saradindu Mukherjee is also credited for having taken a hatrick on his Ranji Trophy debut along with a five wicket haul.
Sri Mukherjee is now involved actively as a columnist, commentator and coaching. He now runs his academies across the city harnessing young and budding talents.