Projects and Ventures

Project Educatine

This project is specifically designed in an effort to help 2 stakeholders ofthe COVID-19 situation.

  1. For those who are suffering from COVID-19 in India – there is a donation link below, where you could donate directly to the PM care funds.
  2. For those who are quarantined at home all over the world due to lock-downs and have time to work on themselves and improve their skill sets.

You can access this page for FREE and there will never be any charge for accessing this page and using its links to learn and educate yourself; but it will be helpful if you could spare some money to help people in India fighting with COVID-19 and coronavirus situation. The link to donate can be found here.

Healthcare Case Competition: Emory Global Health Case Competiton, 2016.

  • Status: Completed.

“Restoring Women’s Dignity: Preventing and Treating Obstetric Fistulas in India.” To figure out how to help women in rural India who suffer from a condition caused by prolonged childbirth that leaves them with health problems and social stigmas.

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RESEARCH (Statistical Model): Forecasting the GDP of Bangladesh with a detailed trend analysis of various factors of interest 

  • Status: Completed.

To develop a statistical model to forecast the GDP of Bangladesh and to practice a detailed trend analysis on some of the major factors of interest. The major focus of this research is to propose a unique solution to improve the GDP of the nation and to help develop the economy of the country.

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RESEARCH (International Economics and Bootstrapping): A Cohesive Remittances and Entrepreneurship Model to Further Develop the Emerging Indian Economy 

  • Submitted for the Royal Economic Society Conference 2016.
  • Status: Completed.

Remittances is one of the major sources of currency inflow into the Indian economy and despite being the top-ranked nation as the remittance receiving country; India has not configured a better way to channelize this fund from the source to the recipient. This leads to a significant loss of money by the sender as well as the receiver. Also, even after receiving such a big sum of money (USD 70 billion in 2013), India has never pitched out a plan as to where and how to utilize this fund in poverty alleviation, entrepreneurship, knowledge transfer, etc.

To mitigate these problems, the government needs to create a revenue channel for India that fosters entrepreneurship, alleviates poverty, retains talent and most importantly, encourages Indians abroad to invest in India; this paper offers two pragmatic solutions titled under two specific heads named under Project Punaragaman.

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PROJECT PUNARAGAMAN: (Global Challenge. B-Plan Research)

  • Global Top 12 ideas selected for the Geneva Challenge 2015.
  • Status:
    • Phase 1: Completed.
    • Phase 2: Ongoing.

Project Punaragaman is one of the few elite ideas generated by the MBA students at the University of Tampa on Return Migration. This project is led by Arnab Pandey, and it aims on coping up with the problems such as brain drain, care drain, and lack of entrepreneurship in India. This project offers two pragmatic solutions titled under two specific heads:

Remittances India model: This model lays out a unique out-of-the-box strategy which can reinvent the remittance model in India and offer greater revenue inflow securely, and prevent money laundering. It focuses on channelling the money transferred effectively and penetrate into deeper sections of the country efficiently where there are minimal money transfer infrastructure.

Entrepreneur India model: This model focuses on the infrastructure, facilities, environment and lays out a very practical approach to foster entrepreneurship in India. The framework works from the very beginning by introducing entrepreneurship as a subject at primary education in schools to helping people establish their business via incubator cells, in a safe environment. The main objective of this model is to make India the entrepreneurship capital in the world.

RESEARCH (Statistical Model): Operations and resource management at the University of Tampa library 

  • Awarded as one of the winners at the College of Business Research Day at the University of Tampa.
  • Status: Completed.

This research project led by Arnab and team, brings together a multi-functional approach towards resource management by predicting the inflow of students throughout the year at the library. It uses a sophisticated statistical model which can forecast the number of students at an accuracy of day, date, and time and helps the management maintain and regulate the infrastructure.

TECHNICAL RESEARCH AND MODELLING (Applied Mechanics):  Designing an exoskeleton for the upper limb disability caused due to hemiparesis. 

  • Status: Completed.

Problems such as strokes, cerebral palsy, cerebral tumor, multiple sclerosis and other diseases of the brain and the nervous system act as a triggering factor to what is known as Hemiparesis. If we break the word Hemiparesis, we will get two words – ‘hemi’ which means ‘one side’ and ‘paresis’ which means weakness. Hemiparesis is a very common problem that can be seen in about 80% of the people who suffered stroke and can also be caused by any of the above listed factors. It causes a considerable amount of weakness in the affected areas causing serious problem in the movement of the same.

Hemiparesis is of three types and they are, Pure Motor Hemiparesis, Ataxic Hemiparesis Syndrome and Brain Stem. This project aims to propose a working solution for the problem of Pure Motor Hemiparesis at the upper limb.

Understanding the problem of Hemiparesis, this project proposes to design a rehabilitative design for the upper limb that would not only help the subject to achieve the basic upper limb movements but would also substitute as an exercise device that may help the patient suffering with temporary problem of movement to regain strength and the natural movement. This prototype also addresses patients suffering from partial upper limb muscle degeneration, as an effective solution to attain the movements. The prototype makes use of torque-weight calculation to employ apt motors at the required places such as at the elbow level and the shoulder level, which in turn helps the subject to move his/her upper limb when required. At the elbow level, it provides the movement of flexion and extension and at the shoulder level it provides the vertical movement of the arm .The design also meets the requirement of the movement of gripping and releasing at the palm level by using a detachable framework which is easy to use when required. An efficient pulley string mechanism is used at the elbow region which is coordinated with the palm frame to provide efficient movement of pronation and supination. The design is fully portable, light in weight, cost efficient and cheap.

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PROJECT ALCHEMIST: (Global Challenge. Social B-Plan Competition)

  • Global Social Venture Competition (GSVC – 2013).
  • Audacia- 2013.
  • Status: Completed.

Project Alchemist aimed to develop a unique internet based consulting firm targeted specifically to help the specially-abled population on their physical mobility and empowerment. The project focused on special training and local networking based approach to meet the supply and demand for various activities and needs.

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