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Masters Scholarship for Vahani Scholars
Vahani Batch: 2017
City: Lalitpur, U. P.
School: Vidya Gyan School, Sitapur
Under Grad: Bachelors in Mathematics from Banasthali University, Jaipur
Currently: Pursuing Masters in Data Science from DAIICT, Gandhinagar
Sejal is extremely passionate about her field of study and wants to lead a leading global organization in the coming years. She is an excellent orator and has participated in tGELF National level debate. To Sejal, the wellbeing of society means everything. She has received support and motivation since her school days, which has helped many underprivileged students like her to see big dreams and fulfil them. She wants to help students like her in the future. Other than debates, she enjoys playing basketball and reading. She at times goes out of the box to gain every amount of experience and learning she can to achieve her big dreams. She interned with Techneel IT Services this summer venturing into a completely new field, Business Development which she found extremely useful. She has interned in companies like Policy Bazaar, Techneel IT Services and Vedank Investments which, according to her are the crucial steps towards accomplishing her dream.
Vahani Batch: 2017
City: Dehradun, Uttarakhand
School: Him Jyoti School, Dehradun.
Under Grad: Bachelors in Geography from Kirorimal College, University of Delhi
Currently: Pursuing MA Geography from Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi
Swati Kainthura has completed her graduation from Kirorimal College, University of Delhi with 80.6%. She is currently studying MA Geography from Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. She has always been a topper at School. She is the sitting secretary of Vahani Alumni Association and founder of North Delhi Girl Up Club. She has done an internship with IGIS Pvt. Ltd. in GIS and Land Use and Land Cover. She has also worked with children of Aasra Trust, Dehradun. Aasra Trust is an NGO working for street and slum children. She is a hardworking and focused person. She likes to teach and guide people in her free time. She loves travelling and acting. She has represented her school in theatre at a national level and has won many competitions. She wants to help students who are passionate about studying and are unable to due to financial or any other circumstances, by opening a school for them.
The Vahani Alumni Body has arranged a very interesting session on the Highlights of the Union Budget 2021, with two experts on:
26th Feb, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM .
Teach For India's two year full-time Fellowship program recruits top graduates and promising working professionals from all over the country. They provide them world-class training and on-ground experience to transform them into leaders of educational equity.
The placement team of TFI is holding a session to help you explore how Teach For India's Fellowship can be an impact-driven and transformational leadership opportunity for you.
Date: 23rd Feb 2021
Time: 5:30PM – 6:30PM (IST)
Vahani Webinar Series
September 04, 2020 - 5 PM IST
Vahani Workshop "Ace your LinkedIn Game"
The LinkedIn profile page is the foundation for personal branding. Navigating LinkedIn and creating a great LinkedIn profile can be a bit daunting and hence through this workshop we would like to share some tips with our scholars on how to create an optimized and interesting LinkedIn profile. Vahani Scholarship wants every scholar to create what LinkedIn calls an “All-Star Profile.”
August 22, 2020 - 5 PM IST
How to build personal brand that make heads turn around?
Your personal brand is how you market yourself. Regardless of your professional status, your personal brand has the power to be a game changer. In many ways, your personal brand is what makes you memorable. Join us on 22nd August 2020 at 5 pm to 6 pm IST as our speakers cast some light on How to build a personal brand that make heads turn around?
July 25, 2020 - 5 PM IST
Jaishree Misra in conversation with Smita Tharoor -
Have you ever thought about how Unconscious biases impact your thought process? There are certain stereotypes that are automatic, unintentional, deeply ingrained within our beliefs, universal, and have the ability to affect our behaviour in many ways. Through this session, we aim to find ways that can reduce our own unconscious biases and help to prevent them impacting our decision-making process.
Watch full video on YouTube