Teachers were honored for their exemplary contribution to the society, at the Premier Education Fair organized by Education Studies at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Auditorium, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. Nilam Gupta Mani, an educationist and social activist, was also honoured for her contribution in innovative teaching and helping to the growth of the society by imparting education to the underprivileged children with the goal of making India one of the world’s most literate country. She was one of the youngest teachers to receive the award and her contribution to the field of Education is on par and has been an inspiration to many.
In an interview with Nilam Gupta, said that apart from Delhi-NCR, 1500 teachers from different regions of the country were presented with emblems and certificates. KP Singh, Senior Vice President, Bajaj Sugar, Dr. NK Singh, Vice Chancellor, Monad University, Dr. PK Vashishtha and Dr. MK Seth, Director, IAMR College, honoured the Principals and teachers’ as the chief guests in the program. It is noteworthy that teacher Ms Nilam Gupta has been doing an excellent work in the field of education and imparting education to the underprivileged children for a long time.
Nilam is an educationist, social Activist and a budding Advocate. Passionately she has been serving all levels of society, with a special emphasis on the vulnerable, oppressed, and underprivileged since 2020. Ms Mani strives to serve the needy, as best she can through his initiatives, with a preference for the improvement of society. She focuses on improving society’s overall well-being while contributing to meeting the fundamental and complicated requirements of communities and individuals. She is envisioned to serve the nation by standing by women’s Rights towards women empowerment and with the motive to eradicate illiteracy.
Believing in holistic and society sensitive growth of children, Ms Nilam Gupta has started with an initiative -“Har Ghar Shiksha Abhiyan”, which aims to improve the world by eradicating illiteracy by educating the underprivileged, standing up for women’s rights, and, to put it simply, lending a helping hand to those who are unable to do it. Currently, she has been working as an English teacher at Delhi World Public School, Noida Extension.
Program organizer Deepak Malik, Unika Chaudhary and other dignitaries have expressed happiness on Nilam Mani getting the honour.
Needless to mention, India’s underprivileged children yearn for assistance as they are deprived of their right. Lack of education and poverty are unquestionably two of the main contributors to this situation. A child born to a poor parent will also be completely exposed to starvation, illnesses, poor living circumstances, poor sanitation, and many other difficulties. There is no denying of the fact that many of us are ones blessed with the privilege but what about the other part of the population who still struggle to make a living? This is where Ms. Nilam Gupta Mani initiated her attempt to transform society and eradicate illiteracy in India out of genuine responsibility.To get more updates, Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also join our Telegram Channel