ब्यक्तिबृत्त

Personal E-mail:
 
Messanger:
 
Organization's E-mail:
 
Skype:
youth.rajendragautam
 
Web-sites:
http://solidarityinternational.net/
 
Contact: +977-1-4771303, +977-9851049804
 
Address:
Ghattekulo 32,
Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Date of Birth: 8th July 1991
 
Marital Status: Single
 
Objectives:
"Lead life with Honesty and Confidence; Dream and make dream live."
 
Education:
Tri Chandra Campus, Kathmandu, Nepal
(Running, Masters in Rural Development)
 
Shanker Dev Campus, Kathmandu, Nepal
(Completed, Bachelor In Business Administration "BBA")
 
Chelsea International Academy, Kathmandu, Nepal 2010
(Completed, Cambridge GCE A-Levels)
 
Intensive International Academy, Kathmandu, Nepal 2008
(School Leaving Certificate, Nepal Government)
 
Experience Details:
* Conducted one week program about afforestation and adult education in Mount Everest Boarding School, Pokhara under my leadership since 3rd July to 10th July, 2006 during my school life.
 
* Worked as a field co-ordinator in Banke and Kapilbastu districts about report writing, training conducting, group formation, and adult education program as a member of Nepal Youth Voluntary Club, Katmandu.
 
*Helped to the fire victims in Khalanga -8, Jumla district as a member of Nepal Youth Red Cross Circle under my leadership since May 22nd -29th 2008.
 
* Rescued to the flood victims in Khalyad-4, Kailali district as a member of Nepal Youth Red Cross Circle under my leadership since September 24th – October 2nd 2008.
 
* Helped to the Diarrhea victims of Dasera, Dhime and Jhapra VDCs in Jajarkot district of Nepal as a representative of Rotaract Club of Kathmandu and as a volunteer with the members of Nepal Youth Voluntary Club, Kathmandu since July 23rd – 26th 2009.
 
Training Details:

* One day orientation workshop on "Conflict Transformation and Peace Building" marking International Human Rights Day on %th December, 2009 at Rotary Hall, Thapathali, Kathmandu.

*Master of Ceremony Training hosted by Rotaract Club of Kathmandu since 1st - 5th March 2010 at Rotary Hall, Thapathali.

- Computer Proficient

   - Good communication and writing skills.
 
   - Excellent interpersonal skills
 
   - Ability to work independently, in a group and under pressure too.
 
Participation Details:
* Blood Donation Program jointly organized by Lions Club of Kavre Sankhu and Chelsea International Academy on 9th November, 2008.
 
* Rotaract District Assembly 2009-10 held on 4th July, 2009 at St. Xaviers School, Godawari, Lalitpur.
 
* Blood Donation Program jointly organized by Lions Club of Kabhre Sankhu and Chelsea International Academy on 4th December, 2009.
 
* “Signature Collection on Violence against Women” to mark the 16 Days Global Activism on Violence against Women on the occasion of International Human Rights Day of 2009/10 season.
 
* Participated at 2nd Rotaract District Conference “Rupantaran” 2009-10 held on 30th – 31st January, 2010 hosted by Rotaract Club of Butwal at Butwal, Nepal.
 
* Master of Ceremony Competition Program organized by Rotaract Club of Katmandu, on 7th March, 2010 at Rotary Hall, Thapathali.
 
* Rotaract District Award 2009-10 held on 10th July, 2010 at DAV School, Jawalakhel jointly hosted by RC Dillibazar, RC Rajdhani and RC Swoyambhu.
 
* 3rd Rotaract District Conference “SAHAKARYA” 2010-11 held on 7th-9th January, 2011 at Butwal, Nepal.
 
* International Conference of Youth (ROTASIA - 2011) hosted by Rotary International District 3131 held on 13th-16th January, 2011 at Goa, India.
 
* International Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA 2012) held at Dhaka, Bangladesh on January 2012.
 
Award Details:
1. “The Best International Youth Representative Award 2008” by Nepal Youth Voluntary Club, Kathmandu.
2. “The Best Youth Leader Of The Year Award 2009” by Nepal Youth Voluntary Club, District Committee Nepal.
3. "Outstanding In-house Speaker of The Year Award 2010-11" by Rotaract Club of Kathmandu, Rotary International District 3292, Nepal.
4. "President's Special Recognition of the year 2011-12" by Rotaract Club of Kathmandu, Rotary International District 3292, Nepal.
5. "Outstanding Secretary of the year 2012-13" by Rotaract District Committee, Rotary Internatinal District 3292, Nepal & Bhutan.
6. "National Peace Prize 2013" by Peace Foundation International.
7. "Social Innovation Award 2015" by Nepal Switzerland Innovation Center.
 
Organizations Affiliation:
 
1. Solidarity International "The Solidarity Foundation":
(CEO & Founder, 2008 - till date)
 
The vision of Solidarity International (SI) is build EQUALITY, UNITY, PEACE and PROSPERITY in the world. It is the global coalition against poverty and inequality.
 
2. Solidarity Nepal:
(Founder and President, 2010 - till date)
 
Solidarity Nepal is an organization of People dedicated for Social Transformation. The stated purpose of this organization is to educate, engage, empowers community leaders and bringing them together in national building process, making them responsible to contribute at the local, national and international level to grant humanitarian service. It is a secular organization that works for the humanity open to all persons regardless of race, color, creed, gender, or political preference.
 
MISSION LITERACY is an International Level Program from Solidarity Nepal which focuses on basic education for underprivileged children.

Solidarity's best-known motto is "Together For Change"

3. Rotaract Club of Kathmandu, RI District 3292:
(Immediate Past President, 2015-201)
 
Rotaract Club of Kathmandu lies in Rotary International District 3292, Nepal chartered on 6th November 1996, is a non-profit making, non-political, non-religious and volunteer service organization of students and young professionals aged between18 and 30. Rotaract Club of Kathmandu is one of the pioneer and most active Rotaract Club in Nepal which is sponsered by Rotary Club of Kathmandu. We are focused on four avenues of Service; Club Service; Professional Development Service, International Service and Community service. We welcome you to visit our Club and also invite you to join with us at our regular meetings, fun-fellowship programs, and volunteer opportunities.
 
4. Yuva Nepal Sangathan:
(Special Advisor, 2009 - till date)
 
Yuva Nepal Sangatha (YNS) is a youth organisation working for the capacity development of youths in Nepal. Today, YNS is one of the leading youth organisations working in the field of youth empowerment, strengthening of student and youth politics, promotion of civic engagement, democratisation and human rights in Nepal . Yuva Nepal Sangathan is an initiative by and for young people to develop to their fullest potential and bring about positive change in the societies they live.
 
5. Sindhu Utthan Kendra, Nepal:
(Member, 2010 -  till date)
Sindhu Utthan Kendra is entirely non-profitable & social welfare organization founded in 2010. The reasons behind the establishment of Sindhu Utthan Kendra is to do something in favour of the needy, helpless, underprivileged, socially-exploited children, women, elders as well as physically disable and mentally retarded people of Sindhupalchock District.
 
6. Nepal Youth Red Cross Circle:
(Member, 2006 - till date)
 
Devoted only for the well being of human being "Nepal Youth Red Cross Circle" was established in 2052 B.S. by taking into consideration the seven principles of the Red Cross. In the beginning year it was very difficult to conduct programme due to different problems and lack of information. Still this circle was going forward in its journey by conducting different activities for the well – being of human. Nine ten years later in the year 2061 B.S. in the co-ordination of the youth who wanted social well being this circle was renewed with the objective to advertise the Red Cross widely and to reduce the pain and suffering of people later on in the shore period this circle has been helping the poor grief people and people fallen in trouble to the extent of its sources and resources and had advertised the Red Cross.
 
7. World Youth Alliance:
(Member, 2008 - till date)
 
World Youth Alliance is a global coalition of young people committed to promoting the dignity of the person and building solidarity among youth from developed and developing nations. WYA train young people to work at the regional and international levels to impact policy and culture. Through this lived experience of the dignity of the person, young people are able to affirm life at all levels of society.
 
PERSONAL INTERESTS:
Politics, Business, Computers, Research and Social Work.