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NAREDCO MAHI to host its first Realty convention on 25th February 2022


New Delhi, February 15, 2022: NAREDCO MAHI will hold its first Convention with the theme on “Realty Women- The Transforming Catalyst to Real Estate” on February 25 at Hotel Le Meridian, Windsor Place, Connaught Place, New Delhi, 110001

The aim of the convention is to bring to fore the contribution and scope of women in real estate along with having a meaningful discourse on some important issues facing the real estate industry such as Sustainability, Climate Conscious Practices and Policy Framework for the industry and Innovative Technology in Real Estate Development.

The convention will bring together leaders from the Government and corporate sector along with the leadership of NAREDCO and NAREDCO MAHI. Parveen Jain, Chairman, NAREDCO, Dr. Niranjan Hiranandani, Vice Chairman, NAREDCO, Rajan Bandelkar, President, NAREDCO and Tara Subramaniam, President, NAREDCO-MAHI and Dr. Ananta S Raghuvanshi founder President Elect, NAREDCO MAHI will grace the occasion.  Some prominent dignitaries and keynote speakers are likely to address the convention are Shri Manoj Joshi, Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, GOI, Gautam Chatterjee, Founder Chairman, Maha RERA, Govt. of Maharashtra, D Thara, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, GOI, Roopa Mishra, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, GOI, Dheeraj Gupta, Principal Secretary, Housing & Urban Development Department, J&K Surina Rajan, Director General, Haryana Institute of Public Administration, Rakesh Asthana, IPS Commissioner of Police, Delhi &  Ms Leena Nandan, Secretary Ministry of Environment, Forest & climate change.  Furthermore, professionals, service providers and entrepreneurs from across the country will have the opportunity to connect and benefit from the sessions.

Tara Subramaniam, President, NAREDCO-MAHI

“We have moved into the era of inclusive workplace culture, where both, men and women, have the environment to succeed. Even the real estate sector which has so far been male dominated is now embracing and valuing diversity and high ethical standards, thus, providing opportunities for women to take on broader roles. The sector is now headed to attract more female talent and eventually, have a larger talent base to pick from. Infact this is the core idea behind NAREDCO’s initiative on introducing MAHI.” said Tara Subramaniam, President, NAREDCO-MAHI.


“Women by nature are multi taskers as they are good at balancing work and family, which is a critical aspect in real estate, owing to the nature of the business. Women, in various segments of the sector, are able to weave in a unique mix of combination that is compassion, assertiveness, focus and determination. Qualified and educated women are bringing to the table the necessary synergies required to take the business baton forward. Also with the sector becoming more organised and marching towards maturity, we need to see more women taking on leadership roles in all segments of real estate development, as well as consultancy.” Said Rajan Bandelkar, President, NAREDCO.