A national level waterpolo player and qualified in Lifesaving in his early age is an icon of Indian media personalities and regarded as one of the finest minds in public television all over the world.
Qualified in Life Saving at an early age, dedicated to the cause since 1984.
Has lead volunteer teams to various parts of the nation during major aquatic disasters and gathered immense knowledge in the field.
Has designed four major courses in Aquatic Disaster Management.
This was given national accreditations in which all central and state disaster management forces are trained in from 2005 including NDRF.
Mr. Banerjee has a long professional background in the administration of large multinational companies as well as in Social organisations.
An avid supporter to the cause of Saving Lives and always contributing through development in newer methods of good governance.
Mr. Naskar is a Master Trainer.
Considered as one of the finest trainers of Life Saving in India.
Has trained and certified himself in the entire Public Safety protocols from Australia under SLSA.
Has developed various age and background-specific ingenuous methods of training delivery for various courses in Aquatic Disasters, First Aid & CPR, Lifeguarding, etc.
A qualified Lifesaver from a young age, trainer, instructor and examiner for the Society.
A water safety activist.
Former member of Commission on Drowning Prevention, International Life Saving Federation.
Former member of Sport Commission, International Life Saving Federation.
Dr. Mahotra is a medical doctor and retired from active service as an Ex-Regional Director of Health & Family Welfare.
A pioneer of Indian Expeditions to the Antarctica.
Three times team member and leader of the Indian contingent of the first team to reach South Pole has tremendous exposure and knowledge of handling most difficult medical cases under the most enduring circumstances.
A special asset to the cause of Saving Lives in land or in water.