The founders of Rann Neeti have a vision of professionalizing politics, helping those who wish to help others and possibly blend both those objectives in the future. We believe that ‘winning hearts’ is the key to ‘winning elections’ but todays electorate demands that politicians move away from their traditional style of functioning and engage people in ways which suit the changing times.  We offer a range of services that help politicians meet their electorate’s expectations. All around the country there are individuals, groups and NGO’s working on different issues to benefit society. We advise politicians on how to engage these social groups in the development of their own constituencies in order to reach out to voters and address challenges faced by the public. Several of these Non Profits in the social sector do commendable work but often lack the necessary expertise, reach and funding to scale their operations up and increase their impact. We act as a platform to connect these organizations to corporates and philanthropists who are always looking out for genuine causes that they can support.
Rohit Deshpande
Rohit Deshpande
Rohit Deshpande is an electronics engineer with a Masters degree in Geopolitics and International Relations. His interests range from futurism, philosophy and philanthropy to domestic and international politics. His articles and writings on a range of issues have been published in journals, magazines and newspapers in India and abroad. He has worked closely with think tanks and has participated in conferences to share his research. He is an avid reader with a keen interest in analysis of political and social issues. Through Rann Neeti he aims to professionalise and stream line electoral practices and help leaders better serve their electorates by connecting them to organizations and individuals working to make a difference.
Antara Desai
Antara Desai
Antara Desai holds a post-graduate degree in Geopolitics and International Relations. She has undergone training in the field of post conflict transition and international justice at The Hague, Netherlands. She has researched extensively on counter terrorism issues and policies for a Singapore based organization. Her articles have been published both in India and abroad and her publications include contributions to books published internationally. She is an honorary member on the board of research of the Center for Peace and Development Studies. She has been involved in social welfare activities for over a decade and has worked with several NGOs in India. Through Rann Neeti she hopes to share her vision of a better India with policymakers and political representatives and assist them in empowering their people by acting as a platform to link them to corporate houses, philanthropists and social ventures