Meher Sheikh Wins Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award

Ahmedabad Mirror | 6 days ago | 24-11-2022 | 04:57 pm

Meher Sheikh Wins Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award

New Delhi (India), November 22: Media entrepreneur Meher Sheikh who is the Founder & CEO of Nikology a Youtube Channel with a subscriber base of 02 Million was awarded ‘Young Entrepreneur of the Year’. Nikology is an initiative of Papr Network that runs its operations from Noida Film city in Uttar Pradesh. When contacted her to applaud her recent achievement the dynamic entrepreneur said the following, “I am elated with this recognition & I would like to thank my family & team for believing in me & my vision. I was thrilled to see so many women entrepreneurs getting recognized along with me, hence proving the point that women can multitasks & are unstoppable. I would also like to thank my subscribers & followers that have shown loyalty in me & love what I create”.She further added, “It pains my heart to read the tweets and posts of so many employees who were laid off by the tech giants around the world, and I am planning to build something which will help generate opportunities for many such talented people who can join us to build a platform for the masses which we can motivate millions of youngsters and we will be proud of that. We, at nikology, have built a community of rational thinkers and aim to inspire people to reach the best of their potential”.ET Inspiring Leaders awards 2022 is an initiative by Times Group is a flagship initiative that aims to identify and recognize the excellence of leaders in their respective fields. These business leaders are icons, inspirations, and game changers who have scaled new heights and transformed not only India but also the world.It was a celebration of excellence in a variety of fields including IT, Automobiles, Consumer Durables, Retail, Real Estate, Education, Healthcare, E-commerce, FMCG, Design, Talent, Entertainment, Fashion, Hospitality, and Service Industry, among others.

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Times of India | 2 days ago | 28-11-2022 | 05:30 pm
Times of India
2 days ago | 28-11-2022 | 05:30 pm

Leaders not only show direction but also guide and inspire many. Hence, it is vital for them to lead from the front, especially in the present times of colossal challenges and change. In honour of such individuals, Optimal Media Solutions (OMS) at the Times Group hosted yet another edition of ‘ET INSPIRING LEADERS – NORTH 2022’ The ‘ET Inspiring Leaders’ is a celebration of professional and entrepreneurial excellence across multiple categories. The event was graced Dr Chander Ketu, Director Ayush (NDMC) and very versatile and talented actress, known for her performance, also recently gave a superhit film Sita Ramam , Mrunal Thakur being the Chief Guest . The guests also experienced a Stand Up Comedy act by Rajat Chauhan. The ET Inspiring Leaders as a platform goes beyond the business excellence of these leaders. The ones who made the cut, have significantly contributed to the people they serve. They have showcased commitment, innovation, zeal, and compassion in servicing the community, leading them to excel. Research Methodology The survey had the following modules i.e., Desk Secondary Research, Approach for sharing fact file, and factual survey (Participatory Survey) to arrive at the analysis and identify the final results of top Global Leaders in different categories. The winning Individuals and Businesses were selected by using a scientific methodology for arriving at the final winners list This was conducted by an independent market research company- i3rc insights Pvt. Ltd. Here’s the list of all the recipients A. P. Shreethar - In the Field of Art & Culture. A.K. Mittal (MD) of Flowmech Engineers Pvt. 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Ltd. - In Energy Sector Himanshu Chadha - Founder of Aaryanveda Cosmeceuticals - In Ayurvedic Cosmetics ITW Consulting Private Limited (Bhairav Shanth - Co-Founder) - Contribution as Strategic Marketing & Consulting Agency of The Year Jhansi Rani Vedachalam - MD of Jiore skincare - In the field of Skincare Jitendra Kejriwal - Founder of Sonear Group - As Innovation in Veneer Design Khadeer Peer Shariff S S - CEO of Gibraltar Technologies LLC - Excellence in the field of Information Technology Kunal Gupta - Director of Bal Bhawan International School - Global Academic Leadership Award- Education Meher Sheikh - CEO of Nikology - As Young Entrepreneur of the Year Nikhilesh Tiwari - CEO and Founder of Spay Technology Pvt. Ltd. - Excellence in the field of Fintech Paper Boat Apps Pvt. Ltd (Anupam Dhanuka - Co - Founder & Co-CEO) - Leading Startup in EdTech Prateek Garg, Founder & MD of Progressive Infotech Pvt. 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Pune records highest increase in real estate prices
The Indian Express | 5 days ago | 26-11-2022 | 11:35 am
The Indian Express
5 days ago | 26-11-2022 | 11:35 am

Pune has recorded the highest increase in real estate prices between the months of July and September, says a report by real estate consultancy firm PropTiger. At 7 per cent, this was the highest such growth noted among the seven cities viz Delhi- NCR, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Bengaluru. The price increase, the report said, was mainly due to the increase in raw material prices like steel, cement etc.As per the report, prices in Pune in the given time had increased from Rs 5,100-5,300/sq ft recorded last calendar year to the present Rs 5,500-5,700/sq ft.Vikas Wadhawan, Group CFO, said, “We are witnessing a modest price increase in the primary housing market. This is mainly because of the sharp rise in prices of key raw materials like cement and steel. Apart from a rising input cost, a strong revival in demand after the second wave of the Covid pandemic has put upward pressure on prices.”Similarly, property prices in Ahmedabad rose from 5 per cent to Rs 3,600-3,800/sqft from Rs 3,400­-3,600/sqft. Property prices in Hyderabad rose by 4 per cent from Rs 6,100-6,300/sqft from Rs 5,900-6,100/sqft, while housing prices in Chennai saw a marginal increase of 2 per cent to Rs 5,500-5,700/sqft from Rs 5,400-5,600/sqft.In Bengaluru, the residential properties appreciated by 6 per cent to Rs 5,900-6,100 from Rs 5,500-5,700 per square feet. Delhi-NCR saw a 5 per cent rise in prices to Rs 4,700-4,900 from Rs 4,400-4,600 per square feet.Housing prices in Kolkata went up by 3 per cent to Rs 4,400-4,600 per square feet from Rs 4,300-4,500 per square feet.Mumbai saw a 3 per cent increase in prices to Rs 9,900-10,100 per square feet from Rs 9,700-9,900 per square feet.The real estate prices have been more or less constant over the past two years. The pandemic and the lockdown have dealt a heavy blow to the sector, with sales dipping during the pandemic year. However, pent up demand had seen the real estate sector rebound with a vengeance with all cities reporting brisk sales. Prices have not seen much rise but the almost doubling of steel and cement prices have cut in the profit of the realtors. However, over this year the realtors have been passing on portions of this to the consumer. Most of the realtors have talked about further rise in the days to come.

Pune records highest increase in real estate prices
NOCs must to regularize construction in Gujarat
Times of India | 1 week ago | 24-11-2022 | 07:02 am
Times of India
1 week ago | 24-11-2022 | 07:02 am

AHMEDABAD: While the urban development officials have started accepting applications for regularization of illegal structures under the new impact fee rule, it comes with a rider. The state urban development department has clarified that applications without no-objection certificates from Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), Ahmedabad Fire and Emergency Services (AFES) and health department will be rejected. The state government had announced the new impact fee policy on October 17. Sources said that in the rules laid out, the state government has stressed on provisions prescribed in Fire Prevention and Life Safety Regulations 2016, Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act, 2010 and the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016. Sources in Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) said that residential buildings (taller than 15 meters) and all commercial buildings will have to take NOCs from RERA, AFES and the health department. This, to ensure that the buildings applying for regularization have fire exits, have installed fire equipment and there is enough space for the fire tenders to operate. However, regarding the NOC from the health department, there is no clarity as to which health department will issue it. While the AMC has its own health department, the areas falling under urban development authorities such as Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority or Gandhinagar Urban Development Authority don't have health departments; here health-related matters are taken care of by the panchayats. An AMC official who did not wish to be named said that the state government has started accepting applications for regularization of illegal structures, but the scrutiny is pending due to ambiguities. Any clarity will emerge only after the assembly poll, he said. He said that the RERA and health department officials have been asked to ensure that there are no pending RERA related issues and that the hospitals and clinics have fully adhered to the Clinical Establishments Act.

NOCs must to regularize construction in Gujarat
Election effect: Real estate cash deals fall by 90%
Ahmedabad Mirror | 2 weeks ago | 16-11-2022 | 06:00 am
Ahmedabad Mirror
2 weeks ago | 16-11-2022 | 06:00 am

With the Gujarat Assembly elections barely two weeks away, and the model code of conduct (MCC) in place, about 90% cash transactions in the real estate sector have been put on hold. Real estate sector, despite claims of transparency post introduction of RERA, involves huge cash transactions.Real estate sector experts said inquiries are lining up but deals have been put on hold, particularly the ones involving large cash, until elections get over. Realtors said developers and buyers are avoiding taking the risk of moving cash around the city because of stringent checking by police.Around 150-odd police teams and checkpoints have been set up in the city to check vehicles day and night.A developer said, “Since it was evident that during elections the cash movement will be restricted, we tried to close as many deals as possible before Diwali. And now, seeing the vigilance in the city both developers and buyers are wary of moving around cash.”Lalit Advani, a real estate consultant, said, “People are avoiding to close almost-final real estate deals because of the logistics challenge they are facing during the Model Code of Conduct period in Gujarat.”Ashil Patel, Founder of Savannah realty LLP, said, “We have observed a reduction of 50% in deals, primarily because of elections.”Property sale slowdown normal during pollsSanthosh Kumar, vice chairman of ANAROCK Group, a national real estate firm, said, “Slowdowns in property transactions can happen for various reasons, including uncertainty about the outcome of elections, and can impact decisions involving large financial commitments. Broadly speaking, such periods of hesitancy are quite normal and expected.”

Election effect: Real estate cash deals fall by 90%