HE Dr. Nawab Mir Nasir Ali Khan serves as the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Kazakhstan for Telangana and Andhra Pradesh while living and working from India. His diplomatic work requires him to promote economic development for Kazakhstan and represent its virtues in public settings.
As well as a steep portfolio of philanthropic and charitable works, Dr. Khan is also a businessman working with sustainable wood products coming out of Canada for large multi-use developments in areas of India.
In this conversation with Host, Mary Kurek, and Co-Host, Mohammad Abu Rashed, Chancellor (UAE) for the International Association of Educators for World Peace, Dr. Khan shares considerable information about Kazakhstan and also his development projects globally that could open the door for partnership opportunities.
Meet Dr. Nawab Mir Nasir Ali Khan
Dr. Nawab Mir Nasir Ali Khan’s Bio
Dr. Nawab Mir Nasir Ali Khan’s Contact and Resources
Website for Canadian Wood Products (Per Dr. Khan): http://www.maksustainable.com/
MAK Projects BTR Greens Video (Press Event – October 2021 – Example of development work)
Resource on The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) (Per Dr. Khan)
The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) is the apex body of private Real Estate developers in India, established in 1999, with a vision of transforming the landscape of Indian Real Estate industry and a mandate to pursue the cause of Housing and Habitat. Today, CREDAI represents 13000+ Developers across 217 city chapters in 21 states and plays an important role in policy formulation by representing the views of its members to various Ministries at regular intervals.
CREDAI strives to make the Real Estate industry organized and progressive by working closely with all stakeholders: Government representatives, policy makers, investors, finance companies, consumers, and real estate professionals. We are a recognized partner for the Government and is represented on several committees working in policy formulation. CREDAI engages in policy advocacy with the Government including Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Ministry of Labour & Employment and with agencies like Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), NIti Aayog and others.
More on The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI)
Our code of conduct promotes ethical practices. and is adopted proactively by all its members.
We at CREDAI, continue to make a conscious effort to bring transparency and protect the interest of homebuyers. The Association has established a Consumer Grievance Redressal Forum (CGRF), where aggrieved buyers can register a complaint against member developers and get their issues resolved at the earliest.
CREDAI also works on a social development agenda focused on welfare of construction workers through its skill development initiative and encourages its members to take up environment friendly construction practices.
We have successfully imprinted the contribution of Real Estate to the GDP of India to Government, Policy Makers and the public at large and has become the backbone of the Indian Realty.
Photos: Visit of Confederation Of Real Estate Developers of India CREDAI Maharashtra chapter delegation on a study tour to BTR Greens MAK Projects a Sustainable Wood Housing project in collaboration with Canadian Wood Forestry Innovation investment Government of British Columbia Canada, first of its kind in India.
Special Thanks to Our Co-Host: Mohammad Abu Rashed
President, Frontrunners Development, Inc.
Global Business Developer for Frontrunner Partnerships (UN SDG #17)