Our Team


Mr. Nafisul Quamar Jilani (Secretary)

Mr. Nafisul Quamar Jilani is a founding member CREAT Foundation Trust. He began his academic journey by undertaking a Bachelors degree in Chinese language from the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Since then Mr. Jilani has been actively involved in fostering relations between India and China while continuing his education alongside. He has a Masters degree from the South Asian University, an international institution established by SAARC nations. And later he was enrolled as a Research Scholar at the Delhi School Economics. In his academic career, Mr. Jilani has also fulfilled the role of an educator at the distinguished Delhi University. In his 12 years of experience in the field of Indo-China relations, he has spoken on various forums, both in India and China, regarding the importance of global connectivity, and particularly regarding the significance of stimulating better relations between India and China especially considering their geographical relations as neighbours as well as their historical ties. Mr. Jilani was a member of the Youth Leaders delegation from India to the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO). He has also been a part of multiple negotiations in trade and commerce between commercial entities of the two countries. He has also actively participated in organising and promoting trade shows in the two countries. He is an ardent believer in the idea of ‘mutual cooperation for peace and prosperity’ and this has been his primary motivation in all his professional endeavours to bring these two great cultures of India and China together. In his personal life, Mr Jilani leads a simple life, loves the mountains, and writes poetry to bring out his ideas of life. His poetry pointing out the social issues of our society has also been published alongside other intellectuals.


Miss Ragini Pant (Project Manager)

Through her experience of working with German Embassy, Heinrich Boll Stiftung, European Union, and Rosa Luxembourg Stiftung, has efficiently equipped her with the pragmatic and empirical approach with the various stakeholders and Institutions. Project management and coordination has also provided her much exposure to the workings of the International bodies and their functionalities. She has been organising International Conferences, Symposiums, International Annual Lectures, International Policy Dialogues etc in different fields. Miss Ragini is equally weaned to qualitative research with decent exposure to end-line survey, baseline surveys and data analysis.


Mr. Bharat Singh (Program Associate- Art & Culture)

Palpitate of human feelings always excite me. The human feeling towards nature and its different aspects could be discovered through different angles of love. I just try to express these views, feelings and emotions through different faces of my art. For this purpose, I always use the human forms, because, being a human myself, I have observed human forms very closely. May be that is why I believe that the human forms are my best way of expression. Moreover, I often prefer expressing me through a female form, as it’s much easier to express the emotions that are born in the heart through female characters. Flower, which is also a symbol of delicateness, which brings freshness in the environment through its fragrance, also helps me in my expression. The source of my imagination is the nature and the environment around me, from where I chose my forms and make some changes according to my need. To express these views and feelings, there is no limitation of medium. Medium also changes according to the need. I have expressed human feelings by many human relations through my works. Like, mother’s for her children, parent’s for their family, husband and wife relation, sister towards sister, human feelings to the material, human feelings for the great nature, for birds, animals and for nature’s other elements. More


Miss Gurjinder Kaur (Program Associate- Art & Culture)

My art works are always very simple compositions of my memories, dreams and desires. My childhood was filled with countless memorable moments that I would love to relive. Many, who have happy childhood memories, would also, I am sure, feel the same. Childhood is a period which is associated with fun and play. Those days of sand, mud, water, toys, birds- animals, picnics, friends, brother-sister, parents, relatives and festivals are still alive in my memories. By the development of cities, living situations are changed, families are changed and relations are changed. Day by day society is changing and day by day I am missing more and more, those beautiful passed days and its wonderful unforgettable moments and all that unconsciously appears in my works.