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Satya Narayan Mallick

KZSVS – An Initiative to improve the quality of life of the poorest and most disadvantaged members of the society

Satya Narayan Mallick

Satya Narayan Mallick is a seasoned and highly experienced member of the KZSVS team, currently serving as the Block Programme Coordinator for the Special Programme for Promotion of Millets in Tribal areas at K. Nuagaon Block. At 52 years old, Satya Narayan brings a wealth of knowledge and dedication to his role.

With a Master’s in Social Work (MSW) qualification, Satya Narayan’s educational background is complemented by an impressive one-year journey at KZSVS. However, his true distinction lies in his extensive three-decade-long experience in the social sector, showcasing a profound commitment to community development.

Satya Narayan’s expertise is particularly evident in his management skills, which have played a crucial role in overseeing the Special Programme for the Promotion of Millets in Tribal areas. His ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders demonstrates a keen understanding of the importance of collaboration for the success of initiatives.

One of Satya Narayan’s notable skills is his proficiency in documentation, reflecting a meticulous approach to record-keeping and reporting. As a master trainer, he not only brings knowledge but also imparts it effectively, contributing to the capacity-building efforts within the organization.

Satya Narayan is recognized as a dedicated community mobilizer and a best program manager. His long-standing commitment to his responsibilities showcases a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the social sector, making him a valuable asset to KZSVS.

In summary, Satya Narayan Mallick’s journey of more than 30 years in the social sector is a testament to his enduring dedication. As the Block Programme Coordinator, he continues to leverage his skills and experience to drive positive change and sustainable development in tribal areas.

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