His dream is to build a self-sustainable hostel for at least 400 people
afflicted with Down's syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes mental
Intercontinental consultants and technocrat: Roads to success Back in 1985, after becoming a Deputy Director at the International
Airports Authority of India, K.K. Kapila decided to use his engineering
and project management skills for own good, doing big government
Veeda Clinical Research: A bridge too good In just five years, Apurva Shah (left) and Binoy Gardi have created a
bridge between pharmaceutical giants in the West and India's expertise
in carrying out clinical research. And not by claiming to be cheap.
Gelixer CollagenPep: Bounty out of bone The brand was new, the ingredient was not: many drug makers had been buying it from Nitta Gelatin India for their brands.
GKB Ophthalmics: A clear vision Krishna Gopal Gupta, Chairman and CEO of GKB Ophthalmics is determined to become the preferred supplier to global
Quick Heal Technologies: The virus hunters Quick Heal today has revenues of Rs 100 crore, while its market is worth at least Rs 350 crore.
Camson Bio Technologies: Killer apps Dhirendra Kumar's Camson Bio Technologies has a portfolio of 27 biocides, seven biofertilisers and 45 hybrid seeds
including one for a watermelon that fits into middle class
Shree R.N. Metals: Balls of fortune Jaipur-based Shree R.N. Metals (India) is on a roll. Its revenues have
doubled from Rs 21 crore in 2007-08 to Rs 42 crore in 2009-10.
Aarvi Encon: Engineers on call Today, Aarvi Encon has 2,200 engineers on its rolls, and only five per cent of its turnover comes from consultancy.
The methodology It is not easy to handle 64,000 applications for 13 awards.
Sizzling hot There is plenty of life in India's indomitable SME sector.
Assam Hospitals: Where doctors can be doctors Excellence is often a product of disappointment. The birth of Assam
Hospitals can be traced back to the frustration of a talented professor
at the Guwahati Medical College.
Man Structurals: Education for all As business has grown, so has the 40-year-old company's contribution to
its CSR, or corporate social responsibility, activities. "In the last 10
years, the focus has got stronger due to the higher business growth,"
says Gaurav Rungta, Joint Managing Director.