Sheetal Mehta, trustee and executive director of KC Mahindra Education Trust (KCMET), has been invited to be a member of the CII (Confederation of Indian Industries) national committee on primary education and literacy and the CSR committee of Bombay chamber of commerce & industry. Her initiative ‘Nanhi Kali’ ensures that needy girls get 10 years of continuous and quality education. It is now reaching out to 52,000 girl children in urban, rural and remote tribal areas across eight states of India. Also, working closely with governments and private sector, Mehta is ready to share insights on innovative and effective ways for financing and implementing educational structures for minorities and underprivileged. She would give an original and fresh point of view on the right to education act (how it concretely impacted the effectiveness of her initiative) and how the students of ‘Nanhi Kali’ performed at the exams (www.nanhikali.org).