Active with Round Table India (, as a IT Convener - Area XI 2011-12 & Chairman – Ahmedabad Leading Edge Round Table (208) 2011-12 & 2012-13. Honoured as Area Jewell of Area XI for 2016-17.

Round Table is an organization of non-political and non-sectarian young men. The aim of the young men is to promote service, fellowship and goodwill in National and International affairs. Over the last few years, By now, RTI has been successful in building over 1800 schools at a cost of over Rs. 150 crores benefiting over 5.62 million children.

Presently Member of 41rs Club of India (

The Round Table was formed in 1927, exclusively for young men age between 18 and 40, to offer young men the same privileges offered by clubs like the Rotary Club. The retiring tablers were called “honorary members” and they stayed on with the RTI. Later, in early 1940s, a separate club called 41 club was formed for ex-tablers or old tablers. An association of the 41 clubs – called ‘The Association of Ex-Round Tablers’ Clubs, was established in 1945 and then the 41 Club International was formed in 1975.

Also associated with Fortune Villege Project ( and executed various Rural Community Services in association with various NGO and Institutes.