30 Under 30 2022

30 Under 30 2022: Special mentions to look out for

30 Under 30 2022: Special mentions to look out for

Growth, achievements, and humility: How Shardul Thakur defines his cricket journey

Growth, achievements, and humility: How Shardul Thakur defines his cricket journey

Success is living your truth and sharing it: Amala Paul

Success is living your truth and sharing it: Amala Paul

If we are wearing India jersey, we have to do something great for India: Vandana Katariya—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

If we are wearing India jersey, we have to do something great for India: Vandana Katariya—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

Be disciplined and never give up: Lakshya Sen—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

Be disciplined and never give up: Lakshya Sen—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

  • I want to establish an interdisciplinary institution for grassroots leadership: Raju Kendre—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    I want to establish an interdisciplinary institution for grassroots leadership: Raju Kendre—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    Raju Kendre's Eklavya India was born out of his experience as a first-generation learner. Son of illiterate farmer parents, Kendre had no support, no guidance when he started out. He doesn't want tribal, marginalised students who want to get higher education to suffer the same issues. Kendre not only focuses on the education aspect but also wants to enable grassroots leadership in the Central India region. Winner of NGO and Social Entrepreneurship category of Forbes India 30 Under 30, Kendre talks about his plans for grassroots development in the coming decade

  • Donatekart wants to improve individual charity contributions in India—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    Donatekart wants to improve individual charity contributions in India—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    Donatekart's business model involves helping individuals donate supplies, as needed by a charity, instead of donating money. You can add these supplies to your online shopping cart the way you would for other shopping. Anil Kumar Reddy, Sandeep Sharma, and Sarang Bobade have revolutionised the modes of giving. Winners of Forbes India 30 Under 30 for NGO and Social Entrepreneurship category, cofounders of Donatekart talk about their purpose and where they see themselves in the next 10 years

  • Donatekart: Building the ecommerce of giving

    Donatekart: Building the ecommerce of giving

    Anil Kumar Reddy, Sandeep Sharma, Sarang Bobade are trying to solve one of the biggest problems of giving—bridging the gap between donation and what's actually required on the ground

  • Vandana Katariya: The record maker

    Vandana Katariya: The record maker

    At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Katariya became the first woman to score a hat-trick at the Games, and the Indian women's hockey team clinched a historical fourth place finish

  • Lakshya Sen: Putting Indian men's badminton on the global map

    Lakshya Sen: Putting Indian men's badminton on the global map

    Learning fast, knowing when to execute the lessons, and a willingness to change makes Sen, the youngest on the 30 Under 30 list a champion

  • Our multi-lingualness sets us apart: When Chai Met Toast—Achyuth Jaigopal—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    Our multi-lingualness sets us apart: When Chai Met Toast—Achyuth Jaigopal—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    Achyuth Jaigopal, Ashwin Gopakumar, Palee Francis and Sailesh Pai were part of different bands but an inclination towards similar music interests brought them together in 2016 to form When Chai Met Toast. One of the band's USPs is is the use of multiple languages, often in a single song. Gopakumar considers that a gift. Winners of the music category of Forbes India 30 Under 30, When Chai Met Toast also talk about the changing music scene in India and what they want from 2022

  • Raju Kendre: Empowering first generation learners

    Raju Kendre: Empowering first generation learners

    Drawing from his personal experience, Kendre set up Eklavya India to mentor and lend a helping hand to first generation learners so that they can achieve their full potential

  • I see myself changing the sound of our music: AP Dhillon—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    I see myself changing the sound of our music: AP Dhillon—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    Amritpal Singh Dhillon, better known as AP Dhillon, creates music that is a ravishing mix of R&B, hip-hop, pop, rap, and Punjabi music. His tracks 'Insane', 'Majhail' and 'Brown Munde' have ruled charts and parties in equal measures. One of the winners of Forbes India 30 Under 30, Dhillon talks about his musical journey, what he loves most about song creation, reveals his personal favourite tracks, and what should fans expect from his music in 2022

  • What's the 30 Under 30 Class of 2021 upto?

    What's the 30 Under 30 Class of 2021 upto?

    A quick look back at last year's under 30 listees and where the challenging year has landed them

  • A leader needs to have integrity : Elwinder Singh—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    A leader needs to have integrity : Elwinder Singh—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    After experiencing difficulties navigating patient care for his father, Elwinder Singh realised that this is a universal issue and has to be dealt with. Thus began Connect and Heal. Many large companies in India have tied up with CNH to manage their on-site primary care for employees and their families. Currently, there are six million people under their care and Singh is only getting started. The aim is to be the ultimate care manager for a family. To achieve that goal, Singh follows three rules of leadership and in this conversation, he shares them all

  • Better participation leads to better medicine: Krishma Shah—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    Better participation leads to better medicine: Krishma Shah—Forbes India 30 Under 30 2022

    Krishma Shah, cofounder of CliniBiz is a big believer in healthcare for all. Following this motto, she started a venture that is focused on removing the inefficiencies in the clinical trial processes. One of the winners of the healthcare category of Forbes India 30 Under 30, Shah wants the governments to recognise the clinical trials industry independent of the pharmaceuticals industry. In this conversation, Shah talks about the kind of help she needs from authorities and her future plans for the company