Promotes Dalit Capitalism

Be Job Givers, not Job Seekers.


Centre for the Study of Caste and Capitalism, not for profit organization.
Promotes Dalit Capitalism

Our Vision

Dalit Enterprise would aim at the US type Supplier Diversity for Dalit/Adivasi entrepreneurs where Government and Private sectors both would procure goods and services from Dalit entrepreneurs.

To promote Dalit Capitalism we would connect Dalit entrepreneurs with India Inc. that has played a critical role in upsetting India’s Caste Feudalism, and with the Government/Ministries/Departments/PSUs etc.

Each edition would cover 10 to 15 Dalit entrepreneurs, in photo essay format, and outline their success stories.

Dalit Enterprise would present Dalit entrepreneurs as the new role models for the next Dalit generation as the Black Enterprise does every month.

The DALIT ENTERPRISE would bring visibility to Dalit enterprises month after month; and also make business fashionable amongst the Dalit youth.

Our Aims

  • Provide visibility, platform and voice to the Dalit entrepreneur month after month
  • Contribute to the data base of Dalit enterprises to make business easier
  • Carry out Policy Advocacy and Reform
  • Tender & Banking reforms is our ongoing campaign together with CII.
  • Promote Dalit women entrepreneurs
  • Market access, both in Govt./PSUs and private sector

CSCC’s Work

Constructs an enabling ecosystem for the emerging Dalit Entrepreneurship

Uses a model of facilitation that combines the field, surveys etc., with the Print, Dalit Enterprise and the Digital,, to structure the Affirmative Action space – both Private and Public for Procurement / Supplier Diversity.

Builds a network of entreprenures accross several states of India.

Launches ‘Dalit Enterprise,’ a monthly Magazine, to act as a forum for business dialogue and begins a campaign for Tender and Banking Reform

Undertakes Research using the Dalit prism to Counsel Dalit Businesses; Profiles Role Models

Nourishes ties with Academic Institutions to build an interface.


See Our First Volume

Dalit Enterprise inspires to be the voice of Dalit Business, address their issues and challenges; profiles Dalit Role models, promotes Dalit Capitalism and supports their struggle against Caste feudalism.


Chandra Bhan Prasad
Chandra Bhan Prasad

A public intellectual, Member, Board of Governors, IIM, Lucknow, founder &

D Shyam Babu
D Shyam Babu

A Senior Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.

Dr. Shubha Parmar
Dr. Shubha Parmar

An Academic at University of Delhi, with a doctorate on Gendering Dalit Identity from Jawaharlal Nehru University.

n k chandan
N K Chandan

An Entrepreneur, Vendor to the TATA group of companies.

Ira Parmar
Ira Parmar

Founder of the SC/ST SME Portal,, MS from the University of Pennsylvania

Arun Kumar S Khobragade
Arun Kumar S Khobragade

BE, PGDM (IIM Cal); Managing Director, RAS Frozen Foods Pvt. Ltd.; experiments with social innovation to help create an Inclusive and equitable society; holds experience of varied industrial sectors.

Dr. Paramjit Singh
Dr. Paramjit Singh

An Academic at Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi.


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Volume Published




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