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Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award

Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award is given every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Late Smt. Indira Gandhi on 19 November.

This award is instituted by All India National Unity Conference and is awarded to individuals for promoting national unity, integration and brotherhood.[1]

Awards

2004

Awardees

Dr.C.S.Shivaji Rao - for his outstanding contribution in the field of medicine in Karnataka State.

2006 Awards

Awardees
  • Naco BN Swain[2] Executive Director (H&A).

2007 Awards

Awardees[4]
  • Shri Ambarish Srivastava [5] (Architectural Engineer who is a prominent Hindi poet also)
  • Shri. Ponnala Lakshmaiah (Minister, Major Irrigation, Govt of Andhra Pradesh)
  • Shri G. Nizammudin (Member of Parliament)
  • PROF O N Nagi,[6] Professor Emeritus at PGI, Chandigarh, and a senior consultant at the Department of Orthopaedics, Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi,
  • Ms. Ritu Kumar[7] (Fashion Designer)
  • Ms. Shallu Jindal (Women Entrepreneur)
  • Prof. Surabhi Banerjee, (Vice Chancellor Netaji Subhash Open University)
  • Ms. Sushma Arora, Vice President, LK Singhania Education Centre,[8] Gotan, Nagaur, Rajasthan

The awards were presented by Shri M. V. Rajasekharan, Union Minister of State for Planning, Government of India

2008

Awardees
  • Shri Shiv Bhatia[9] (Media Advisor of Chief Minister of Haryana)
  • Akanksha Chaudhry[9] of Panchkula
  • Ms Alka Lamba (Secretory of All India Congress Committee)
  • Shri Vasantlal R. Sanghavi
  • Ms. Poonam Bagai
  • Shri Akash Takyar, CEO of LeewayHertz for outstanding services, achievements and contributions
  • Shri C R Shetty[10] (Founder of Karnataka Sangh Dubai, current president of Karnataka Sangh Dubai and convener UAE Tulu Koota Dubai)

The awards were presented by Honourable Shri Murlidhar Chandrakant Bhandare, Governor of Orissa. The award ceremony was held on 19 Nov 2008 at the India International Centre Auditrioum, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi. The award was presented to 69 achievers in their respective professions.[11]

2009

Awardees
  • Shri Nikunj Kirtibhai Kanakia,[12][13] chairman and managing director, Lifeline Industries,
  • Madam Grace Pinto,[14] Managing Director, Ryan International Group of Institution.
  • Rajkumar A G, Managing Director of Akshaya Krishna Gems and Vidya sagar Education Trust was been Confered Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award for his Excellence service in Gemmology and an attempt to increase the rate of Literacy by running an Vidya Sagar Education Trust in Bangalore. Karnataka.

The awards were presented by Honourable Shri Dr Bhishma Narain Singh, Former Governor of 7 states and Shri Dr G.V.G.Krishnamurthy, Former Chief Election Commissioner Dr Gurinder Singh,general secretary. The award ceremony was held on 17 Nov. 2009 at the India International Centre Auditrioum, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi

2010

Awardees
  • Ram Prasad Saini, Director of Kalpana Handmade Paper Ind. & Vice President of All India Handmade Paper Association (www.kalpanahandmadepaper.co.in) for Outstanding services, achievements and contribution in the field of "Handmade Paper & Products Mfg & Export".
  • J. Srinivasa Raju, the Managing Director of Geo Marine Dynamics (I) Private Ltd,

The awards were presented by Honourable Shri Dr Bhishma Narain Singh, Former Governor of 7 states and Shri Dr G.V.G.Krishnamurthy, Former Chief Election Commissioner Dr Gurinder Singh,general secretary. The award ceremony was held on 17 Nov. 2010 at the India International Centre Auditrioum, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi

2011

Awardees
  • Manish Kumar meena ,Young Indian Social Worker, Founder president & CEO, Mansha Global NGO, (www.manshaglobal.com, www.shgportal.com)for his outstanding works for Rural & Tribal Community welfare.
  • 'Vhaskar Mukherjee 'for his outstanding services achievements and contributions in the field of 'EDUCATION'
  • Vinay Mavji Gondaliya (A.H.D)' for outstanding services contributions and achievements in the field of ''textile shuttle mfg '

The awards were presented by Honourable Shri Dr Bhishma Narain Singh, Former Governor of 7 states and Shri Dr G.V.G.Krishnamurthy, Former Chief Election Commissioner. The award ceremony was held on 17 Nov 2011 at the India International Centre Auditrioum, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi

2012

Awardees
  • Chethana C G, Young Volunteer in TOFA, Secretary of VSE Trust, Human resource professional for her outstanding achievement in the field of education and Culturals.

The awards were presented by Honourable Shri Dr Bhishma Narain Singh, Former Governor of 7 states and Shri Dr G.V.G.Krishnamurthy, Former Chief Election Commissioner. The award ceremony was held on 17 Nov 2011 at the India International Centre Auditrioum, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi

  • Dr.S.Narendra Kumar (CO Ordinator Alagappa University Karaikudi)and SUB-EDITOR EE MUNJANE KANNADA DAILY NEWS PAPER Tumkur for outstanding achievement in the field of education and Press Media The awards were presented by Shri Dr G.V.G.Krishnamurthy, Former Chief Election Commissioner. The award ceremony was held on 20 Nov 2012

Other Awardees

Some other eminent personalities[15] who have received the award are Field Marshal General Cariappa (Ambassador to Tanzania, Botswana and Belgium), Deepak Nayyar (Vice Chancellor, Delhi University), Manpreet Brar, Rita Bahuguna Joshi (President, All India Mahila Congress), B. S. Sail (Commissioner of Police, Karnataka), Jaya Prada (Member of Parliament and film star), Shamshad Husain (artist).[1][12]

References

External links

  • All India National Unity Conference
  • Geological Survey of India
  • Indira Gandhi Priyadarshni Award - 2009
  • World News
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