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President conferred National Youth Awards 2011-12

Jul 5, 2013 09:50 IST

National Youth Award 2011-12National Youth Award 2011-12 was conferred by Pranab Mukherjee, the President of India on 4 July 2013 to 27 individuals and an organization at a function held at Rashtrapati Bhawan. It is for the first time that the National Youth awards were given by the President of India.

The youth award carries a Silver Medal, a Certificate and a cash prize of 40000 rupees in cases of individual awardees and 2lakh case prize for voluntary organizations.

About National Youth Award

National Youth Awards was instituted in the year 1985 and is conferred on youths every year, who have excelled in youth developmental activities and social service. The award is a source of encouragement to the awardees, as well as an example and catalyst to others.

Selection of Awardees is first made at State level and then at National level. At the National level, a Screening Committee headed by the Joint Secretary scrutinizes the proposals recommended by the State Government/UT administration at first. These screened proposals are thereafter placed before the Central Selection Committee headed either by the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports or Secretary, Youth Affairs that makes the final selection of youth awardees. The Central Selection Committee may, at its discretion, consider on merits, individuals or youth organizations not recommended by a State Government/UT, for the Award.

National Youth Award 2011-12

List of the Winners of the National Youth Award 2011-12

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Individuals

1.

Shri M. Ramulu, Andhra Pradesh

2.

Shri Aluwala Vishnu, Andhra Pradesh

3.

Ms. Tilling Yam, Arunachal Pradesh

4.

Shri Pardeep Raj(physically challenged), Delhi

5.

Ms. Chanchal Aggarwal, New Delhi

6.

Shri Girish Kumar, New Delhi

7.

Ms. Malisa Zemira Simoes, Goa

8.

Ms. Suman, Haryana

9.

Ms. Ruchi Kaushik, Haryana

10.

Shri Ashok Kumar, Haryana

11.

Ms. Gurmeet Kaur, Himachal Pradesh

12.

Shri Besar Dass Harnot, Himachal Pradesh

13.

Shri Kiran Kumar Sharma, Jammu and Kashmir

14.

Shri Lakshminarayana Kajegadde, Karnataka

15.

Shri B. Hanumanthappa, Karnataka

16.

Shri Fasal Varis, Kerala

17.

Ms. Tara Usman Mulla, Maharashtra

18.

Shri Jagdale Shantanu Ramdas, Maharashtra

19.

Mrs. Soraishanm Taruni Devi, Manipur

20.

Shri Kitboklang Nongphlang, Meghalaya

21.

Shri M. Tejeswar, Odisha

22.

Shri Gangadhar Behara, Odisha

23.

Shri  Dhyanananda Panda, Odisha

24.

Ms. Khusmeet Kaur Bains, Punjab

25.

Shri Gurnam Singh Sidhu, Punjab

26.

Shri Ladu Lal Jat, Rajasthan

27.

Shri Gulab Chand Salvi, Rajashtan

 

S.No.

Name of the Organizations

1.

Bhavishya Educational and Charitable Society, West Bengal

 

 

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