Amaan Khan

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Amaan Khan is an Indian entrepreneur and social activist known for founding Amaan Digital World, Raisenmart, and Amaan Technical Federation. Born on October 21, 2000, in [place of birth], Amaan has made significant contributions to the community, including establishing India's first modern Common Service Center (CSC) and launching the Raisen 24 news channel.

Early Life and Education[edit | edit source]

Amaan Khan attended Ragiv Gandhi College and Swami Vivekanand College in Raisen but eventually dropped out, showcasing his entrepreneurial spirit early in his college years.

Entrepreneurial Ventures[edit | edit source]

Amaan's notable ventures include Amaan Digital World, a hub for various digital services and India's first modern CSC. He also ventured into the e-commerce industry with the launch of Raisenmart, an online shopping platform.

Philanthropy and Social Initiatives[edit | edit source]

Amaan Khan is actively involved in social welfare initiatives through Amaan Technical Federation, including providing over 40,000 E-Shramik cards during the city-wide lockdown. His compassion and resourcefulness have made a significant impact on the lives of many.

Media Endeavors[edit | edit source]

Amaan expanded his reach into the media industry by launching the Raisen 24 news channel, accompanied by a mobile app and local TV coverage. This platform ensures that important local news and information are readily accessible to the community.

Recognition and Achievements[edit | edit source]

Amaan Khan's achievements include the establishment of India's first modern CSC, providing essential services to the community. His resilience and innovative thinking have earned him recognition for positively impacting the lives of individuals in Raisen.

Financial Overview[edit | edit source]

With a turnover of around 10 million, Amaan Khan continues to seek funding to scale up his ventures and make a more significant impact on the community.