Pratik Mantri is CREDAI Karnataka youth wing President
Mr Bimal Hegde, Director, Chartered Housing, is the President of Bangalore Chapter of CREDAI youth wing.
Jul 07, 2014
Source : IBC NEWS
Mr Amardeep Singh Hira, Chairman of CREDAI Youth Wing inaugurated the event.

 

Bangalore : The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India (CREDAI) Karnataka has announced its Youth Wing for the second generation of developers. It will focus on three main areas — technology, research and CSR activities.

Mr Pratik Mantri, Director Mantri Developers , has been named as the President of CREDAI Karnataka Youth Wing. Mr Bimal Hegde, Director, Chartered Housing, is the President of Bangalore Chapter of CREDAI youth wing.

Speaking on the occasion Mr Pratik Mantri, President of CREDAI Karnataka youth wing, said, “The focus areas for the youth wing would be technology, research and CSR activities. We invite all young second-generation developers to come forward and become members of the youth wing.The wing is a platform where the second generation gets to interact and learn from other developers”.

There are 69 members in CREDAI Karnataka youth wing. Real estate developers, who want to become members of CREDAI youth wing, have to send their request to credaiyouthwing@credaibengaluru.com and the decision will be taken after processing the request.  To become the youth wing member they have to be the members of CREDAI fraternity.

Mr Amardeep Singh Hira, Chairman of CREDAI Youth Wing of CREDAI National, inaugurated the event.

The event was attended by Mr.Pratik Mantri President CREDAI  Karnataka Youth wing, Mr.Bimal Hegde President CREDAI  Bengaluru Youthwing, Mr.Diipesh Bhagtani CREDAI  National Convenor Youthwing, Mr.S.Suresh Hari Secretary CREDAI  Bengaluru, Mr.Sushil Mantri Vice President CREDAI  National, Mr. Ramani Sastri Past President CREDAI  Bengaluru, Mr.C.N.Govindaraju President CREDAI   Bengaluru, Mr.Irfan Razack Past President CREDAI  Bengaluru,  Mr.Amardeep Singh Chairman CREDAI  National Youth wing ,Mr.A.Balakrishna Hegde Past President CREDAI  Bengaluru, ,Mr.R.Nagaraj President CREDAI  Karnataka, Mr.B M Jayeshankar Past President CREDAI  Bengaluru, Mr.K.Sriram Secretary CREDAI  Karnataka .

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