Celebrating the Festival of Life

In an exclusive interview, Jagjit Singh Majha, CMD PCL Housing and President, CREDAI Punjab talks about his trailblazing role in the real estate industry

The man who dons various hats including that of a friend, philosopher, social worker and an entrepreneur, Jagjit Singh Majha is a force to reckon with innovative ideas and unflinching will. The trailblazing entrepreneur in the real estate industry, Jagjit Singh Majha is the brain behind developing a 200 acres integrated township in New Chandigarh, who presently serves as the CMD, Panj Darya Civic Living (PCL) Housing and President of CREDAI Punjab and National Zonal Secretary – North.

While providing a sneak-peak into PCL, Jagjit shared, “PCL is developing a 200 acres integrated township with ultra-modern facilities and amenities. We have plots, villas, flats, independent floors and commercials in New Chandigarh, which is on the verge of becoming the world’s best living destination. The place destination strikes a perfect balance between a destination to work and live. To add to it, New Chandigarh is going to get the 1st Green City Certification of the North.”

A post-graduate in Political Science and Law, Jagjit is also actively involved in the NGO – Guardians of Nature that is working for preserving Planet Earth and has planted more than 1 lakh saplings.

Here’s more about this truly inspiring entrepreneur!

Provide us an insider’s view into your roots in Punjab?

I am proud of hailing my roots from Punjab and representing the educated generation of a traditional peasantry family. Thereby, striking a perfect combination of traditionality and modernity that even reflects in my company name – “Panj Darya Civic Living”, which is an ode to our state of Punjab that comes from Panj Daryas (five rivers) – Satluj, Beas, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum.

I have chosen this profession after completing my studies in law and post-graduation in Political Science. I am glad to share that my current profession is the 2nd largest employer, after agriculture; thereby providing employment to 40 million people and contributing 8% to the GDP with a whooping potential of contributing 13.5% to the GDP by the year 2025.

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