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Indian awards presentation

  1. 1. Welcome to Indian Awards Presented By :- Alex & Sandeep
  2. 2. Gandhi Peace Prize Gandhi Peace Prize Award Information Category International First awarded 1995 Total awarded 13 Awarded by Government of India Cash award RS 10 million First awardee(s) Julius Nyerere Last awardee(s) Chandi Prasad Bhatt
  3. 3. • The International Gandhi Peace Prize, named after Mahatma Gandhi, is awarded annually by the Government of India. • As a tribute to the ideals espoused by Gandhi, the Government of India launched the International Gandhi Peace Prize in 1995 on the occasion of the 125th birth anniversary of Mohandas Gandhi. • This is an annual award given to individuals and institutions for their contributions towards social, economic and political transformation through non-violence and other Gandhian methods. • The award carries Rs. 10 million in cash, convertible in any currency in the world. It is open to all persons regardless of nationality, race, creed or sex. • A jury consisting of the Prime Minister of India, the Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha, the Chief Justice of India and two other eminent persons decides the awardee each year.
  4. 4. Recipients Year Name Country Description 1995 Julius Nyerere Tanzania First President of Tanzania 1996 A. T. Ariyaratne Sri Lanka Founder of Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement 1997 Gerhard Fischer Germany German diplomat, recognised for his work against leprosy and polio 1998 Ramakrishna Mission India Founded by Swami Vivekananda for promoting social welfare, tolerance, and non-violence among disadvantaged groups 1999 Baba Amte India Social worker, known particularly for his work for the rehabilitation and empowerment of poor people suffering from leprosy 2000 Nelson Mandela South Africa Former President of South Africa[ 2000 Grameen Bank Bangladesh Founded byMuhammad Yunus 2001 John Hume Northern Ireland Northern Irish Politician
  5. 5. 2002 Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan India Educational trust that emphasises Indian culture 2003 Václav Havel Czech Republic Last President of Czechoslovakia and first President of the Czech Republic 2004 Coretta Scott King[ United States Activist and civil rights leader. Wife of Martin Luther King. 2005 Desmond Tutu[ South Africa South African cleric and activist 2013 Chandi Prasad Bhatt India Environmentalist, social activist and pioneer of the Chipko movement
  6. 6. Indira Gandhi Prize Gandhi Peace Prize Award Information Category International First awarded 1986 Awarded for Outstanding contributions in peace Total awarded 27 Awarded by Government of India Cash award 25 lakh Indian rupees First awardee(s) Parliamentarians for Global Action Last awardee(s) Angela Merkel
  7. 7. • The Indira Gandhi Prize or the Indira Gandhi Peace Prize or the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development is the prestigious award accorded annually by India to individuals or organizations in recognition of creative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom. • The prize carries a cash award of 25 lakh Indian rupees and a citation. • A written work, in order to be eligible for consideration, should have been published. • The panel constituted by the Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust consists of prominent national and international personalities including previous recipients. • The recipients are chosen from a pool of national and international nominees.
  8. 8. Year Name Country Description 1986[1] Parliamentarians for Global Action - International Organisation of Parliamentarians 1987[2] Mikhail Gorbachev Soviet Union Former Soviet Union Leader 1988[3] Gro Harlem Brundtland Norway Former Prime Minister of Norway 1989[4] UNICEF United Nations United Nations Children's Fund 1990[4] Sam Nujoma Namibia First President of Namibia 1991[5] Rajiv Gandhi India Former Prime Minister of India(posthumous) 1992[6] Saburo Okita Japan Japanese Economist 1993[7] Václav Havel Czech Republic 1st President of the Czech Republic 1994[8] Trevor Huddleston United Kingdom Anti-Apartheid Activist 1995[9] Olusegun Obasanjo Nigeria 12th President of Nigeria 1996[10] Médecins Sans Frontières France Voluntary Organisation 1997[11] Jimmy Carter United States 39th President of the United States 1998[12] Muhammad Yunus Bangladesh Founder of Grameen Bank 1999[13] M S Swaminathan India Indian Agricultural Scientist
  9. 9. Year Name Country Description 2000[14] Mary Robinson Ireland 7th President of Ireland 2001[15] Sadako Ogata Japan Former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 2002[16] Shridath Ramphal Guyana 2nd Commonwealth Secretary-General 2003[17] Kofi Annan Ghana 7th United Nations Secretary General 2004[18] Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Thailand Princess of Thailand 2005[19] Hamid Karzai Afghanistan 12th President of Afghanistan 2006[20] Wangari Maathai Kenya Environmental and Political activist 2007[21] Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation United States Charitable Foundation 2008[22] Mohamed ElBaradei Egypt 4th Director General of the IAEA 2009[23] Sheikh Hasina Bangladesh Prime Minister of Bangladesh 2010[24] Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Brazil Ex-President of Brazil 2011[25] Ela Bhatt India Founder of SEWA 2012[26] Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Liberia President of Liberia 2013[27] Angela Merkel Germany Chancellor of Germany
  10. 10. Bharat Ratna Bharat Ratna Award Information Type Civilian Category National Description An image of the Sun along with the words "Bharat Ratna", inscribed in Devanagari script, on a peepul leaf Instituted 1954 Last awarded 2014 Total awarded 43 Awarded by Government of India Ribbon First awardee(s) Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, C. V. Raman, C. Rajagopalachari Last awardee(s) Sachin Tendulkar, C. N. R. Rao Award rank None ← Bharat Ratna → Padma Vibhushan
  11. 11. • Bharat Ratna (Jewel of India or Gem of India in English) is theRepublic of India's highest civilian award. • Until 2011, the official criteria for awarding the Bharat Ratna stipulated it was to be conferred "for the highest degrees of national service. • In December 2011, the Government of India modified the criteria to allow sportspersons to receive the award; since then, the award may be conferred "for performance of highest order in any field of human endeavour." • Any person without distinction of race, occupation, position or sex is eligible for the award. • The recommendations for an award of the "Bharat Ratna" are made by the Prime Minister of India to the President of India; • Maximum three awards may be made in a given year. • The holders of the Bharat Ratna rank 7th in the Indian order of precedence • however, the honour does not carry a monetary grant. • The honour does not confer any pre- or post-nominal titles or letters; recipients are constitutionally prohibited from using the award name as a title or post-nominal. • However, if they desire, recipients may state they are Bharat Ratna awardees in their curriculum vitae, on letterheads or on business cards
  12. 12. History • The order to establish the award was given by Rajendra Prasad, President of India, on 2 January 1955. • The original statutes of January 1954 did not make allowance for posthumous awards (and this perhaps explains why the decoration was never awarded to Mahatma Gandhi), though this provision was added in the January 1966 statute. • Subsequently, there have been twelve posthumous awards, including the award to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in 1992, which was later withdrawn due to a legal technicality, the only case of an award being withdrawn. • The award was briefly suspended from 13 July 1977 to 26 January 1980. • There is no formal provision that recipients of the Bharat Ratna should be Indian citizens. • Bharat Ratna has been one award to a naturalized Indian citizen, Mother Teresa (1980), and to two non-Indians, Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (1987) and Nelson Mandela (1990). • The awarding of this honour has frequently been the subject of litigation questioning the constitutional basis of such. • Sachin Tendulkar is the youngest person alive at the time of receiving the award (at the age of 40). Dhondo Keshav Karve is the eldest person alive at the time of receiving the award (age 100).
  13. 13. Specifications • The original specifications for the award called for a circular gold medal, 35 mm in diameter, with the sun and the legend "Bharat Ratna" (in Devanagari) above and a floral wreath below. • The reverse was to carry the state emblem and motto. It was to be worn around the neck from a white ribbon. • There is no indication that any specimens of this design were ever produced and one year later the design was altered. • The decoration is in the form of a peepal leaf, about 5.8 cm long, 4.7 cm wide and 3.1 mm thick. It is of toned bronze. • On its obverse is embossed a replica of the sun, 1.6 cm in diameter, below which the words Bharat Ratna are embossed in Devanagari script. • On the reverse are State emblem and the motto, also in Devanagari. The emblem, the sun and the rim are of platinum. • The inscriptions are in burnished bronze. • The award is attached to a 2-inch-wide (51 mm) white ribbon, and is designed to be worn around the recipient's neck.
  14. 14. Padma Vibhushan Padma Vibhushan Award Information Type Civilian Category National Instituted 1954 First awarded 1954 Last awarded 2014 Total awarded 294 Awarded by Government of India Previous name(s) Pahela Varg Ribbon Award rank Bharat Ratna ← Padma Vibhushan → Padma Bhushan
  15. 15. • The Padma Vibhushan is the second highest civilian award in the Republic of India. It consists of a medal and a citation and is awarded by the President of India. • It was established on 2 January 1954. • It ranks behind the Bharat Ratna and comes before the Padma Bhushan andPadma Shri. • It is awarded to recognize exceptional and distinguished service to the nation in any field, including government service. • The first recipients of this award were Satyendra Nath Bose, Nand Lal Bose,Zakir Hussain, Balasaheb Gangadhar Kher, Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, V. K. Krishna Menon in the year 1954. • HISTORY • The award was established by Presidential decree on 2 January 1954. • The Padma Vibhushan was originally established as the Pahela Varg(First Class) of a three-class "Padma Vibhushan" awards. • However the structure was changed in 1955 and there is no record of the award being presented to recipients in the original structure. • The award was suspended between 1977 and 1980 and between 1992 and 1998. • As of the end of 2012, only 288 people have thus far been awarded this honour.
  16. 16. Medallion details • First medallion (1954–1955)[edit] • The initial medal was a circular gold medal, 1-3/8 inches in diameter, with an embossed lotus flower in the center and the legend "Padma Vibhushan" above and a floral wreath below. The obverse side had the Indian state emblem with the legend Desh Seva (National Service) above and a lotus wreath below. No record exists to show whether this design was used to present a medal to the awardees. • Second medallion (1955–1957)[edit] • In 1955, the badge design was altered to be a "mainly circular" 1-3/16-inch toned bronze badge with geometrical patterns. The center had a lotus flower with four major petals embossed in white gold. Above and below this flower, the name of the decoration Padma Vibhushan was embossed in silver-gilt. • Current medallion (1957–current)[edit] • In 1957, the badge design was retained but the material changed from toned bronze to burnished bronze.
  17. 17. Padma Bhushan Padma Bhushan Award Information Type civilian Category national Instituted 1954 First awarded 1954 Last awarded 2014 Total awarded 1229 Awarded by President of India Ribbon Award rank Padma Vibhushan ← Padma Bhushan → Padma Shri
  18. 18. • The Padma Bhushan is the third highest civilian award in the Republic of India, after the Bharat Ratna and the Padma Vibhushan, but comes before the Padma Shri. • It is announced on the occasion of Republic Day every year. • It is conferred by the President of India at a function held at Rashtrapati Bhavan sometime around March/ April. • History • The award was established on 2 January 1954 by the President of India. Shivam Shetty Manohar was the youngest to have received this title. • It is awarded to recognize distinguished service of a high order to the nation, in any field. • As of January 2010, 1111 people have thus far received the award.[1][2] In 2013 the veteran playback singer Mrs.S. Janaki rejected the award, stating that the honour came to her too late and that the artists of South India were not duly recognised.
  19. 19. Padma Shri Padma Shri (also Padmashree) Award Information Type Civilian Category National Instituted 1954 First awarded 1954 Last awarded 2014 Total awarded 2679 Awarded by Government of India Ribbon Award rank Padmabhushan ← Padma Shri (also Padmashree) → none
  20. 20. • Padma Shri (also Padmashree) is the fourth highest civilian award in the Republic of India, after the Bharat Ratna, the Padma Vibhushanand the Padma Bhushan. • It is awarded by the Government of India. • History • It is awarded to citizens of India to recognize their distinguished contribution in various spheres of activity including the Arts, Education,Industry, Literature, Science, Sports, Medicine, Social Service andPublic Affairs. • However it has also been awarded to some distinguished individuals who were not citizens of India and who did contribute in various ways to India. • The selection criteria, however, has been heavily criticized as many highly deserving artists have been left out in order to favor certain individuals.[1] • On its obverse, the words "Padma", meaning lotus in Sanskrit and "Shri", an honorific equivalent to 'Mr.' or 'Ms.' in Devanagari, appear above and below a lotus flower. • The geometrical pattern on either side is in burnished bronze. • All embossing is in white gold. • As of 2014, 2679 people have received the award
  21. 21. • Awards by decade • Padma Shri Awards (1954–1959) • Padma Shri Awards (1960–1969) • Padma Shri Awards (1970–1979) • Padma Shri Awards (1980–1989) • Padma Shri Awards (1990–1999) • Padma Shri Awards (2000–2009) • Padma Shri Awards (2010–2019)
  22. 22. Stree Shakti Puraskar Stree Shakti Puraskar Award Information Type Civilian Category Women's activism (individual) Instituted 1991 Awarded by Govt. of India Cash award 300,000
  23. 23. President of India Pranab Mukherjee bestowing the 2012 Rani Lakshmibai Stree Shakti Puraskar posthumously on Delhi gang rape victim Nirbhaya.[3] • Stree Shakti Puraskar (Women Power Award) is a series of India's national honours conferred on individual women for their exceptional achievement. • The award is given in six categories, by Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, recognises the spirit of courage of a women in difficult circumstances, who has established this spirit of courage in her personal or professional life. • The award also recognises pioneering contribution of an individual in empowering women and raising women's issues. • Instituted in the year 1991, the award is conferred by the President of India on occasion of International Women's Day i.e. 8 March every year at New Delhi. The award carries a cash prize of Rupees Three Lakh (Rs. 300,000) and a citation.[2] • President of India Pranab Mukherjee bestowing the 2012 Rani Lakshmibai Stree Shakti Puraskar posthumously on Delhi gang rape victim Nirbhaya.[3] • For the year 2012, the award was posthumously bestowed on the 2012 Delhi gang rape victim Nirbhaya. President of India Pranab Mukherjee bestowing the 2012 Rani Lakshmibai Stree Shakti Puraskar posthumously on Delhi gang rape victim Nirbhaya.[3]
  24. 24. • Awards • The award is named after eminent women in Indian history, and is given in following categories:[1][5] • Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Award: Named after Ahilya Bai Holkar, 18th-century ruler of Malwa kingdom • Kannagi Award: After Kannagi, a legendary Tamil women • Mata Jijabai Award: Named after Mata Jijabai, mother of Shivaji, who founded the Maratha Empire in 17th-century • Rani Gaidinliu Zeliang Award: Named after Rani Gaidinliu, a 20th-century Naga spiritual and political leader • Rani Lakshmi Bai Award: After Rani Lakshmi Bai, the Queen of Jhansi • Rani Rudramma Devi Award (for both men & women). Named after Rudrama Devi a 13the century ruler of Deccan Plateau • History • President of India Pranab Mukherjee bestowing the 2013 Rani Lakshmibai Stree Shakti Puraskar on women's rights activist Manasi Pradhan at Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi on 8 March 2014.[6] • To recognise exemplary achievement in individual women, the Government of Indiain 1991 instituted the Stree Shakti Puraskar.
  25. 25. Winners. • STREE SHAKTI PURASHKAR 2008 • Rani Lakshmi Bai Award • Dr. Sunita Devi, Haryana • • Kannagi Award • Smt. Maha Jabeen, Andhra Pradesh • • Rani Gaidinliu Zeliang Award • Smt. Jhingubai Shrawan Bolake, Maharashtra • • Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Award • Smt. Hina A. Shah, Gujarat • • STREE SHAKTI PURASHKAR 2009 • Rani Lakshmi Bai Award • • Dr. M. Vijaya, Karnataka • Kannagi Award • • Smt. Phoolbasan Bai Yadav, Chhattisgarh • Rani Gaidinliu Zeliang Award • • Dr. Ved Kumari Ghai, J&K • Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Award • • Smt. Rashmi Singh, Delhi • Rani Rudramma Devi • • Smt. Sugatha Kumari, Kerala
  26. 26. National Bravery Award National Bravery Award (Rashtriya Veerta Puruskar) Award Information Type civilian Category children between age 6 and age 18 Instituted 1957 Last awarded 2014 (for the year 2013) Total awarded 871 children (618 boys and 253 [1] girls) Awarded by Government of India; Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW)
  27. 27. • The National Bravery Awards are a set of awards given annually to about 24 Indian children for "meritorious acts of bravery against all odds." The awards are given by the Government of India and the Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW).[2] The award was instituted in 1957. • Details of the award • The National Bravery Awards consist of five categories, which are listed below.[3] • The Bharat Award, since 1987 • The Sanjay Chopra Award, since 1978 • The Geeta Chopra Award, since 1978 • The Bapu Gaidhani Award, since 1988 • General National Bravery Awards, since 1957 • The awards are given to children who were between the ages of six to eighteen when they committed their acts of bravery . • The award includes a medal, a certificate, and a cash prize. • The Bharat Award winner gets a gold medal, while the rest get a silver medal. • Each child is also given financial assistance to complete his or her schooling, as a part of ICCW's sponsorship program, under the Indira Gandhi scholarship scheme. • In 2009, the Government of India announced it was reserving some seats in medical, engineering, and polytechnic colleges for the winners of the awards.
  28. 28. History • On October 2, 1957, India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, was watching a performance at Delhi's Ramlila ground, at the Red Fort. • During the performance, a short circuit caused a fire to break out in a shamiana (decorated tent). • Harish Chandra, a 14-year old scout, promptly took out his knife and ripped open the burning tent, saving the lives of hundreds of trapped people. • This incident inspired Nehru to ask the authorities to establish an award to honor brave children from all over the country. • The first official National Bravery Awards were presented to Harish Chandra and one other child on February 4, 1958, by Prime Minister Nehru,[9][10] and the ICCW( Indian Council for Child Welfare) has continued the tradition ever since.[11] • The Sanjay Chopra Award and the Geeta Chopra Award were established in 1978, in memory of two Chopra childrenwho lost their lives while confronting their kidnappers. • The Sanjay and Geeta awards are given to a boy and a girl for acts of bravery. • The Bharat Award was established in 1987, and the Bapu Gaidhani Award was established in 1988. • In 2001, Scholastic published a commemorative book featuring the winners of the 1999 National Bravery Awards. • The book was entitled Brave Hearts.
  29. 29. Selection process • Each year, the ICCW receives applications for the National Bravery Award. • These applications come from official agencies such as local and district governments, school authorities, and councils for child welfare. • The applications must be received by September 30 to be eligible for selection.[4] • Awardees are selected by a committee constituted by the ICCW. • This committee consists of representatives from leading government and non-government organizations, such as the secretariats of the president and the vice-president, the Central Social Welfare Board, the Indian Police, All India Radio, Doordarshan, the National Bal Bhavan, SOS Children's Villages of India. • Ceremony • The awards are usually announced on 14 November, Children's Day, or in January the following year, and later presented by the prime minister on the eve of the Republic Day, and prior to this the President hosts a reception in their honour, where the children meet the media.[13] • On 26 January, the awardees take part in the Republic Day Parade at Rajpath, New Delhi
  30. 30. National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement Award Information Type Civilian Category Age between 4 to 15 year Instituted 1996 Last awarded 2013 Awarded by Government of India Cash award Gold Medal with Rs 20,000; Silver Medal with Rs 10,000/-
  31. 31. • The National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement was instituted in 1996 and is awarded by the Department of Women & Child Development,[1] Govt. of India to children between ages 4 to 15 with exceptional abilities • Ceremony • The awards are generally presented on 14 November, Children's Day, usually by the President of India in Durbar Hall of theRashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. • Recommending Authorities • The application should be recommended by State/U.T Deptts., any Deptt. of Govt. of India/District Authority, Local Self Govt. (Panchayat, Zila Parishad, Municipal Corporation etc.), Experts in the field, Member of Parliament, Member of Legislative Assemblies/Legislative Councils and reputed Voluntary Organizations. • Last Date of Receipt of Recommendation • Particulars of the child recommended for the Award should be furnished in the prescribed format. Recommendations is to be made on or before 31st July of each year. • Selection Committee • Selection for this award is made by a National Selection Committee constituted by the Government of India.
  32. 32. Central •Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award •Ganga Sharan Award •Subramanya Bharathi Award •George Grierson Award •Moturi Satyanarayan Award
  33. 33. Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award • Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award is a literary honor in India which Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, (Central Hindi Organization), Ministry of Human Resource Development, annually confers on writers of outstanding works in Hindi Travel Literature It is also called Hindi Sevi Samman or Rahul Sankrityayan National Award and is given to number of Hindi experts for playing their important role in promoting the Hindi language. • The award was established by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan in 1989 on the name of the Father of Hindi Travel Literature Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan • Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award is awarded for the Development Travelog & Research and analytical works in Hindi every year by the President Of India.
  34. 34. Year Name Presenter 1993 (Late) Dr. Kamala Sankrityayan 1993 Dr. Shyam Singh Rashi 1994 Shankar Dalal Singh 1994 Vishwanath Iyer 1995 Vishnu Prabhakar 1995 Dr. Rajendra Awasthi 1996 Dr. Prabha Khaitan 1996 Dr. Chandrakant Mahadev Bandiwadekar 1997 Dr. Rameshwar Dayal Dubey 1997 Katil Ganapati Sharma 1998 Dr. Rajmal Bora 1998 (Late) Dr. Nagendranath Upadhyaya 1999 (Late) Dr. Shashiprabha Shastri 1999 Dr. Seetesh Alok 2000 (Late) Shailesh Matiyani 2000 Dr. V. Govind Shenay 2001 Dr. Kamal Kishore Goenka 2001 Dr.Viveki Rai 2002 Dr. Ramdaras Mishra 2002 Dr. S Takanmadi Amma 2003 Krishnanath Mishra 2003 Dinneshwar Prasad 2004 Amritlal Veghad 2004 Virendra Kumar Baranwal 2005 Bhagwan Singh 2005 Dr. Ramesh Chandrashah 2006 Dr. Sadhana Saxena 2006 Pro. Shekhar Pathak 2007 Dr. Puran Chandra Joshi Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil 2007 Hariram Meena Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil
  35. 35. Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award महापंडित राहुल सांकृत्यायन पुरस्कार Award Information Category Travel Literature (2 Individuals) Description Literary award in India Instituted 1989 First awarded 1993 Last awarded 2007 Total awarded 30 Awarded by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Government of India First awardee(s) Dr. Kamala Sankrityayan Dr. Shyam Singh Rashi Last awardee(s) Dr. Puran Chandra Joshi Hariram Meena
  36. 36. Kamala Sankrityayan • Dr. Kamala Sankrityayan was one of the popular Hindi writer, editor and Nepali scholar of the 20th century and the wife of historian Rahul Sankrityayan. • Dr. Kamala Sankrityayan was born on 15 August 1920 in Kalimpong in West Bengal. She did Doctorate From Agra University. She was married to historian Rahul Sankrityayan. They had a son Jeta & a daughter Jaya. • Dr. Kamala Sankrityayan was a well known Nepali writer, Scholar and Translator. She translated Valmiki's Ramayana in Nepali. • She also remained a member of The National Bibliography of Indian Literature (1901–1953). She also wrote books like The Ramayana Tradition in Asia, Mahamanav Mahapandit, Prabha, Nepali Sahitya etc. • She was well versed in many languages. She was actively participated in the field of Nepali and Hindi literature since the 1950s and the recipient of numerous Regional and National awards in Hindi and Nepali Literature. • She was honoured with Bhanu Puraskar in 1982 and Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award in 1993, for her creation and compile of essays Bichar Tatha Biwechana. • She has contributed 13 different Hindi and Nepali books and more than 500 piece of writing on her credits, equally responsible for the creation of Indian Literature Encyclopedia. She was also the head of Hindi Dept., Loreto College, Darjeeling. Her last bookDibya Mani was released last year. • She died on 25 October 2009. Last tribute was held at her residence Rahul Niwas, Kernel Villa, Darjeeling, amongst her family, well wishers and the citizens of Darjeeling town on 26 October 2009. Dr. Kamala Sankrityayan कमला सांकृत्यायन Dr. Kamala Sankrityayan (1920–2009) Born 15 August 1920 Kalimpong, West Bengal, India Died 25 October 2009 (aged 89) Darjeeling, West Bengal, India Pen name Dr. Kamala Sankrityayan Occupation Writer, editor, scholar Nationality Indian
  37. 37. Hariram Meena Hariram Meena was born on 1 May 1952 in Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan. Various publications have been credited to his name and these include one novel, two anthologies and one travelogue. Hari Ram Meena has written eight books in Hindi including collections of poems, travelogues, novesl, tribal discourses, and one edited book of tribal poems. He did lot of research work on Tribal issues after travelling to various areas including interior tribal pockets. He is the recipient of Rajasthan Sahitya Academy’s highest Meera Award (for Poetry), the Mahapandit Rahul Sankratyayan Award (for Travelogue) by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan and the Bihari Award 2012(for Novel) by K K Birla Foundation, New Delhi.
  38. 38. Ganga Sharan Singh Award • Ganga Sharan Singh Awardis a literary honour in India which Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, (Central Hindi Organization), Ministry of Human Resource Development, annually confers on writers of outstanding works in Hindi Literature. It is also a Hindi Sevi Samman and is given to number of Hindiexperts for playing their important role in promoting the Hindi language. Ganga Sharan Singh Award गगंाशरण ससहं परुस्कार Award Information Category Hindi Language Promotion (3-16 Individuals) Description Literary award in India Instituted 1989 First awarded 1989 Last awarded 2012 Total awarded 90 Awarded by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Government of India
  39. 39. President Pratibha Patil presents Ganga Sharan Singh Award (2009) to Film Director Madhur Bhandarkar during 'Hindi Sevi Samman Yojna' awards function, held at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on June 20, 2012. President Pratibha Patil presents Ganga Sharan Singh Award (2008) to film-maker Shyam Benegal during 'Hindi Sevi Samman Yojna' awards function, held at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi President Pratibha Patil presents Ganga Sharan Singh Award (2009) to Prof. Chamanlal Sapru during 'Hindi Sevi Samman Yojna' awards function, held at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on June 20, 2012
  40. 40. Subramanyam Bharti Award • Subramanyam Bharati Award (Devnagari: सुब्रह्मण्यम भारती पुरस्कार) is a literary honor in India which Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, (Central Hindi Organization), Ministry of Human Resource Development, annually confers on writers of outstanding works in Hindi Literature. It is also a Hindi Sevi Samman and is given to number of Hindiexperts for playing their important role in promoting the Hindi language • The award was established by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan in 1989 on the name of the Great Tamil WriterSubramanya Bharathi. It was first awarded in the year 1989 to Dr. Prabhakar Machwe, Dr. Wrajeshhwar Verma,Dr. Hardev Bahri, Dr. N.A Nagappa, Pro. Ram Singh Tomar, Dr. Bhakt Darshan, Dr. P Gopal Sharma & Shri. Mangalnath Singh
  41. 41. Year Name 1989 Dr. Prabhakar Machwe,Dr. Wrajeshhwar Verma,Dr. Hardev Bahari,Dr. N.A Nagappa Pro. Ram Singh Tomar,Dr. Bhakt Darshan,Dr. P Gopal Sharma,Shri. Mangalnath Singh 1990 Acharya Devendra Nath Sharma,Dr. Ramanath Sahay 1991 Dr. Shivmangal Singh 'Suman‘,Smt. Shivani,Dr. N. V. Rajagapolan 1992 Shri. Vinay Mohan Sharma,Baba Nagarjuna 1993 Shri. Nazir Banarasi,Shri. Rameshwar Shukla 'Achal' 1994 Dr. Kailash Chandra Bhatia,Dr. Amba Shankar Nagar 1995 Pro. Kalyanmal Lodha,Shri. Hanumchchhastri Ayachit 1996 Shri. Nageshwar Sundaram,Pro. G Sundar Reddy 1997 Dr. Nazir Muhammad,Dr. Laxminarayan Dubey 1998 Dr. Ram Vilas Sharma,Late Dr. Vijayendra Snatak 1999 Shri. Arvind Kumar,Dr. Maheep Singh 2000 Smt. Tara Pandey,Dr. Kumar Vimal 2001 Shri. Govind Mishra,Shri. Krishna Ballabh Dwivedi,Dr. Kanahaiya Singh 2002 Shri. Manu Sharma,Shri. Dharampal Maini 2003 Shri. Manager Pandey,Shri. Vishnuchandra Sharma 2004 Shri. Vijendra Narayan Singh,Shri. Hrituraj 2005 Shri. Manzoor Ahtesham,Shri. Krishnadutt Paliwal 2006 Pro. Kamla Prasad,Shri. Surajpal Chauhan 2007 Pro. Nirmala Jain,Pro. Nandkishore Nawal
  42. 42. Subramanyam Bharati Award सुब्रह्मण्यम भारती पुरस्कार Award Information Category Hindi Literature Description Literary award in India Instituted 1989 First awarded 1989 Last awarded 2007 Total awarded 46 Awarded by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Government of India First awardee(s) Dr. Prabhakar Machwe Dr. Wrajeshhwar Verma Dr. Hardev Bahari Dr. N.A Nagappa Pro. Ram Singh Tomar Dr. Bhakt Darshan Dr. P Gopal Sharma Shri. Mangalnath Singh Last awardee(s) Pro. Nirmala Jain Pro. Nandkishore Nawal
  43. 43. Shivmangal Singh Suman • Shivmangal Singh 'Suman' (Hindi: शिवमंगल श हं ुमन; 1915–2002) was a noted Hindi poet and academician. • Upon his death, the then Prime Minister of India, said, "Dr Shiv Mangal Singh ‘Suman’ was not only a powerful signature in the field of Hindi poetry, but he was also the custodian of the collective consciousness of his time. His creations not only expressed the pain of his own feelings, but were also fearless constructive commentary on the issues of the era. • Shivmangal Singh 'Suman' was born on August 5, 1915 at Jhagarpur, Unnao district in Uttar Pradesh (India). He was a leading Hindi writer and poet. He earned a M.A. and Ph.D. in Hindi from Benaras Hindu University. The university also honoured him with a D.Litt. in 1950 • Suman worked as the Vice Chancellor of Vikram University (Ujjain) during 1968-78; the Vice-President of Uttar Pradesh Hindi Sansthan, Lucknow; Press & Cultural Attache, Indian Embassy, Kathmandu (Nepal) during 1956-61; and the President, Association of Indian Universities (New Delhi) during 1977-78. • He was the Executive President, Kalidas Academy, Ujjain, until he died of heart attack on November 27, 2002
  44. 44. Shivmangal Singh Suman Born August 5, 1915 Jhagarpur, Unnao District, Uttar Pradesh, British India Died November 27, 2002 (aged 87) Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India Occupation Poet, academician Nationality Indian Notable work(s) Mitti Ki Baarat, Hillol, Jeevan Ke Gaan Notable award(s) 1974: Sahitya Akademi Award 1999: Padma Bhushan 1974: Padma Shri 1958: Deva Puraskar 1974: Soviet Land Nehru Award 1993: Shikhar Samman 1993: Bharat Bharti Award
  45. 45. • Gaura Pant • Gaura Pant 'Shivani' was born on October 17, 1924, the Vijaya Dasami day in Rajkot, Gujarat, where her father, Ashwini Kumar Pande was a teacher with princely state of Rajkot.He was a Kumaoni Brahmin. • Her mother was a Sanskrit scholar, and the first student of Lucknow Mahila Vidyalaya. Later her father became the Diwan with the Nawab of Rampur and the member of Viceroy's Bar Council,[6] thereafter the family moved to the princely state of Orchha, where her father held an important position. • Thus Shivani's childhood had influences of these varied places, and an insight into women of privilege, which reflected in much of her work. At Lucknow, she became the first student of the local, 'Lucknow Mahila Vidyalaya'. • Gaura Pant 'Shivani' was born on October 17, 1924, the Vijaya Dasami day in Rajkot, Gujarat, where her father, Ashwini Kumar Pande was a teacher with princely state of Rajkot.He was a Kumaoni Brahmin. Her mother was a Sanskrit scholar, and the first student of Lucknow Mahila Vidyalaya. • Later her father became the Diwan with the Nawab of Rampur and the member of Viceroy's Bar Council,[6] thereafter the family moved to the princely state of Orchha, where her father held an important position. • Thus Shivani's childhood had influences of these varied places, and an insight into women of privilege, which reflected in much of her work. At Lucknow, she became the first student of the local, 'Lucknow Mahila Vidyalaya'.
  46. 46. In 1951, her short story, 'Main Murga Hun' (I am a Chicken) was published in Dharmayug, and she became Shivani, from Gaura Pant. Her first novel, Lal Haveli, established her reputation in the early sixties, and in the next ten years she produced several major works which were serialized in the Hindi magazine, Dharmayug. Proficient in many other languages including Sanskrit, Gujarati, Bengali, Urdu, and English, Shivani received the Padma Shri for her contribution to Hindi literature in 1982.[2] She was a prolific writer, her oeuvre consists of over 40 novels, many short stories and hundreds of articles and essays. Her most famous works include Chaudah Phere, Krishnakali, Lal Haveli, Smashan Champa, Bharavi, Rati Vilap, Vishkanya, Apradhini (a collection of interviews with women lifers); travelogues: 'Yatriki', based on her London travels and 'Chareivati', based on her travels to Russia.[11] Gaura Pant (Shivani) Gaura Pant (Shivani) (1923–2003) Born October 17, 1923 Rajkot, Gujarat, India Died March 21, 2003 (aged 79) New Delhi, India Pen name Shivani Occupation novelist Nationality Indian
  47. 47. Dr. George Grierson Award • The Dr. George Grierson Award is a literary honor in India. It is conferred annually by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, (Central Hindi Organization), Ministry of Human Resource Developmenton writers of outstanding works in Hindi Literature. It is also a Hindi Sevi Samman and is given to number ofHindi experts for playing their important role in promoting the Hindi language in abroad. • The award was established by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan in 1989 on the name of the linguist Dr. George Abraham Grierson. It was first awarded in the year 1994 to Dr. Lothar Luts. • Dr. George Grierson Award is awarded for the promotion the Hindi language in abroad and analytical works in Hindi every year by the President Of India.
  48. 48. Year Name Country 1994 Dr. Lothar Luts 1995 Dr. Maria Ksistof Briski Poland 1996 Dr. Odolen Smékal Czechoslovakia 1997 Dr. Rupart Snail United Kingdom 1998 Shri. Abhimanyu Anat Mauritius 1999 Pro. P.A Bashannikov Russia 2000 Pro. Jin Ding Han China 2001 Shri Naresh Bhartiya Dr. Tomiyo Mijokami India Japan 2002 Dr. Maria Nejyeshi Hungary 2003 Shri. Toshio Tanaka Japan 2004 Dr. Ronald Stuart Maikgregar 2005 Dr. Indra Dasnayak 2006 Pro. Mariola Ofredi Italy 2007 Pro. Danuta Stashik Poland 2012 Pro. Jeong Ho Lee South Korea Dr. George Grierson Award िॉ जॉजज ग्रियसजन पुरस्कार Award Information Category Promotion of Hindi Language (1-2 Individuals) Description Literary award in India Instituted 1989 First awarded 1994 Last awarded 2007 Total awarded 15 Awarded by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Government of India First awardee(s) Dr. Lothar Luts Last awardee(s) Pro. Danuta Stashik
  49. 49. Padmabhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayan Award • Padmabhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayan Award (Devnagari: पद्मभूषण िॉ. मोटूरर सत्यानारायण पुरस्कार) is a literary honor in India which Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, (Central Hindi Organization), Ministry of Human Resource Development, annually confers on writers of outstanding works in Hindi Literature. It is also a Hindi Sevi Samman and is given to number of Hindi experts for playing their important role in promoting the Hindi language. • The award was established by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan in 1989 on the name of the Great Hindi Activist Moturi Satyanarayana. It was first awarded in the year 2002 to Shri. Harishankar 'Aadesh'. Padmabhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayan Award is awarded for Promotion of Hindi language in abroad every year by the President Of India.
  50. 50. Year Name Country 2002 Harishankar 'Aadesh'[1] Canada 2003 P. Jayaraman[1] America 2004 Pro. Yamuna Kachru[1] America 2005 Krishna Kishore[1] America 2006 Prem Lata Verma[1] Argentina 2007 Usha Priyamwada[1] America 2008 Purnima Varman[2] UAE 2009 Dr. Surendra Gambhir[2] America 2010 Madanlal Madhu Russia 2011 Tejendra Sharma United Kingdom Padmabhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayan Award पद्मभूषण िॉ. मोटूरर सत्यानारायण पुरस्कार Dr Moutri Satyanarayan.jpg Award Information Category Promotion of Hindi Language (1 Individual) Description Literary award in India Instituted 1989 First awarded 2002 Last awarded 2011 Total awarded 8 Awarded by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Government of India First awardee(s) Shri. Harishankar 'Aadesh' Last awardee(s) Tejendra Sharma http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YGfmFILRu0
  51. 51. Sports •Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award •Arjuna Award •Dronacharya Award (coaching) •Dhyan Chand Award (lifetime achievement)
  52. 52. Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna • The Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna (RGKR) is India’s highest honour given for achievement in sports. The words "Khel Ratna" literally mean "sports gem" in Hindi. The award is named after the late Rajiv Gandhi, former Prime Minister of India. It carries a medal, a scroll of honour and a substantial cash component. Up to 2004–05, the cash component was Rs. 500,000/- (c.11,500 USD).The money has been increased from Rs. 500,000 to Rs. 750,000.[1] • The award was instituted in the year 1991–92 to supply the lack of a supreme national accolade in the field of sports. Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award Award Information Type Civilian Category Sports (Individual / Team) Description Highest sports honour in India Instituted 1991–1992 First awarded 1991–1992 Awarded by Government of India Cash award 750,000 First awardee(s) Viswanathan Anand Last awardee(s) Yogeshwar Dutt, Vijay Kumar Recent awardee(s) Ronjan Sodhi Award rank
  53. 53. Awardees Year Name Image Birth Sport Discipline 1991–92 Viswanathan Anand[2] b. 1969 Chess 1992–93 Geet Sethi[3] – b. 1961 Billiards 1994–95 Cdr. Homi D. Motivala – b. 1958 Yachting (Team Event) 1994–95 Lt. Cdr. P. K. Garg – b. 1963 Yachting (Team Event) 1995–96 Karnam Malleswari – b. 1975 Weightlifting 1996–97 Nameirakpam Kunjarani – b. 1968 Weightlifting 1996–97 Leander Paes b. 1973 Tennis 1997–98 Sachin Tendulkar[4] b. 1973 Cricket 1998–99 Jyotirmoyee Sikdar – b. 1969 Athletics 1999–2000 Dhanraj Pillay [5] b. 1968 Hockey
  54. 54. 2000–01 Pullela Gopichand[6] – b. 1973 Badminton 2001–02 Abhinav Bindra[7] b. 1982 Shooting 2002–03 Anjali Ved Pathak Bhagwat[8] b. 1969 Shooting 2002–03 K. M. Beenamol[8] – b. 1975 Athletics 2003–04 Anju Bobby George[9] – b. 1977 Athletics 2004–05 Lt. Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore[10] b. 1970 Shooting 2005–06 Pankaj Advani[11] b. 1985 Billiards and Snooker 2006–07 Manavjit Singh Sandhu[12] – b. 1976 Shooting 2007–08 Mahendra Singh Dhoni[13] b. 1981 Cricket 2008–09 Mary Kom [14] b. 1983 Boxing 2008–09 Vijender Singh [14] b. 1985 Boxing 2008–09 Sushil Kumar [14] b. 1983 Wrestling 2009–10 Saina Nehwal[15] b. 1990 Badminton 2010–11 Gagan Narang[16] – b. 1983 Shooting 2011–12 Vijay Kumar[17] – b. 1985 Shooting 2011–12 Yogeshwar Dutt[17] b. 1982 Wrestling 2012–13 Ronjan Sodhi[18] b. 1979 Shooting
  55. 55. Viswanathan Anand • Viswanathan "Vishy" Anand (born 11 December 1969) is an Indian chess Grandmaster and former World Chess Champion. Anand has won the World Chess Championship five times[3] (2000, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012), and was the undisputed World Champion from 2007 to 2013. Anand was the FIDE World Rapid Chess Champion in 2003, and is widely considered the strongest rapid player of his generation • Anand became India's first grandmaster in 1988. He was also the first recipient of the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award in 1991– 92, India's highest sporting honour. In 2007, he was awarded India's second highest civilian award, the Padma Vibhushan, making him the first sportsperson to receive the award in Indian history. Anand has won the Chess Oscar six times (1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008).
  56. 56. Ronjan Sodhi • Ronjan Sodhiis an Indian trap shooter. He won two silver medals at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and a gold medal at the 2010 Asian Games. In 2011, he became first Indian to successfully defend a World Cup title. He is also a recipient of the Arjuna Award and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award. • He is currently ranked No. 1 in International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) world rankings Personal information Nationality Indian Born 23 October 1979 (age 34) Ferozepur, Punjab, India Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Weight 87 kg (192 lb) Sport Country India Sport Sport shooting Event(s) Double trap Club Ferozpur District Rifle Association Turned pro 1998 Coached by Morrad A. Khan Marcello Dradi Achievements and titles Highest world ranking 1 Medal record ISSF World Cup Final Gold 2010 İzmir Doubletrap Gold 2011 Al Ain Doubletrap Silver 2012 Maribor Doubletrap Asian Games Gold 2010 Guangzhou Doubletrap Bronze 2010 Guangzhou Men's Doubletrap Team Commonwealth Games Silver 2010 New Delhi Double trap Silver 2010 New Delhi Men's Double trap pairs
  57. 57. Personal data: Sport associated data: Gender M Club Feroz Pur District Rifle Association Year of birth 1979 Start of competing 1998 Place of birth Ferozepur, IND Practising shooter since 1997 Hometown Ferozepur, IND Personal Coach Morrad A. Khan Residence New Delhi National Coach Marcello Dradi Height (cm) 175 Handedness right Weight (kg) 87 Master Eye right Marital status married Events DT150,TR125 Children 1 Other sport activities Higher education MBA Comments Profession Police Hobbies Golf, shooting Languages English, Hindi, Punjabi
  58. 58. Arjuna Award • The Arjuna Awards were instituted in 1961 by the government of India to recognize outstanding achievement in National sports. The award carries a cash prize of 500,000, a bronze statuette of Arjuna and a scroll. • Over the years the scope of the award has been expanded and a large number of sports persons who belonged to the pre-Arjun Award era were also included in the list. Further, the number of disciplines for which the award is given was increased to include indigenous games and the physically handicapped category. • The Government has recently revised the scheme for the Arjun Award.[1] As per the revised guidelines, to be eligible for the Award, a sportsperson should not only have had good performance consistently for the previous three years at the international level with excellence for the year for which the Award is recommended, but should also have shown qualities of leadership, sportsmanship and a sense of discipline. • From the year 2001, the award is given only in disciplines falling under the following categories: • Olympic Games / Asian Games / Commonwealth Games / World Cup / World Championship Disciplines and Cricket • Indigenous Games • Sports for the Physically Challenged • In mid-August 2011, 19 athletes were announced as Arjuna recipients; the high number due to the inclusion of both the 2010 Commonwealth Games and 2010 Asian Games in the Arjuna qualifying year.[2][3] • In 2012, 25 sportspersons were conferred with the Arjuna awards.
  59. 59. Arjuna Award Award Information Type Civilian Category Sports (Individual) Instituted 1961 First awarded 1961 Last awarded 2012 Awarded by Govt. of India Cash award 500,000 Award rank Contents 1 Arjun Awardees in Archery 2 Arjun Awardees in Athletics 3 Arjun Awardees in Badminton 4 Arjun Awardees in Ball Badminton 5 Arjun Awardees in Basketball 6 Arjun Awardees in Billiards & Snooker 7 Arjun Awardees in Boxing 8 Arjun Awardees in Carrom 9 Arjun Awardees in Chess 10 Arjun Awardees in Cricket 11 Arjun Awardees in Cycling 12 Arjun Awardees in Equestrian 13 Arjun Awardees in Football 14 Arjun Awardees in Golf 15 Arjun Awardees in Gymnastics 16 Arjun Awardees in Hockey 17 Arjun Awardees in Judo 18 Arjun Awardees in Kabaddi 19 Arjun Awardees in Lawn Tennis 20 Arjun Awardees in Power Lifting 21 Arjun Awardees in Rowing 22 Arjun Awardees in Polo 23 Arjun Awardees in Shooting 24 Arjun Awardees in Squash 25 Arjun Awardees in Swimming 26 Arjun Awardees in Table Tennis 27 Arjun Awardees in Volleyball 28 Arjun Awardees in Weightlifting 29 Arjun Awardees in Wrestling 30 Arjun Awardees in Wushu 31 Arjun Awardees in Yachting http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arjuna_Award http://www.indianetzone.com/5/gurbachan_singh_randhawa.htm
  60. 60. Dronacharya Award • Dronacharya Award is an award presented by the government of India for excellence in sports coaching. The award comprises a bronze statuette of Dronach arya, a scroll of honour and a cash component of Rs.500,000. The award was instituted in 1985.[1] • As the best sportsperson award is named Arjuna Award, it is appropriate that the coaching award is named afterDronacharya, as he was the teacher of Arjuna. B.I. Fernandez is the first foreign coach to be awarded Dronacharya Award. Dronacharya award Award Information Type Civilian Category Sports Coaching (Individual) Instituted 1985 First awarded 1985 Last awarded 2013 Total awarded 85 Awarded by Govt. of India Cash award . 5lakh
  61. 61. O. M. Nambiar • FOR one who used to dream of wearing the India blazer as a sportsman in his Air Force days, O. M. Nambiar ended up becoming one of India's top coaches, a `Dronacharya' who was recognised for giving P. T. Usha to Indian athletics. • K. GOPINATHAN O. M. Nambiar with his best pupil, P. T. Usha. • FOR one who used to dream of wearing the India blazer as a sportsman in his Air Force days, O. M. Nambiar ended up becoming one of India's top coaches, a `Dronacharya' who was recognised for giving P. T. Usha to Indian athletics. At 73 years when one would have expected him to sit back and enjoy retired life, Nambiar still remains active. He has two trainees (school children) from his neighbourhood to keep him busy and he is confident at least one of them will take the Usha route. Known for his candid assessment of all he had seen and involved himself, Nambiar gives a brief on what was, what is and what can be done for Indian athletics to glow at the international stage. O. M. Nambiar with his best pupil, P. T. Usha.
  62. 62. Prakash Bhardwaj, Indian BoxerOm Prakash Bhardwaj is a famous Indian boxing coach and received the highest honour- the Dronacharya Award, in 1985 from the Government of India for his services. O.P. Bhardwaj or Om Prakash Bhardwaj, as he is also known as, is a Boxing coach from India. He received the highest award for coaching of athletes and sports- the Dronacharya Award, in 1985 from the Government of India. Career as a Coach for Om Prakash Bhardwaj Om Prakash Bhardwaj remained at the helm of National Boxing from 1968 to 1989. During the time he was at the top of affairs for Indian boxing, the boxers has been placed on the top slot medals tally in the Asian Games (1970-1986), Mini Commonwealth Games ( Brisbane, 1982), Kings Cup (Bangkok, 1982) and SAF Games ( Calcutta, 1987). He was also instrumental in founding the Boxing Coaching Department at the National Institute of Sports, Patiala, where he trained the pupil and held the position of head coach from 1975 to 1988.
  63. 63. Purnima Mahato • Purnima Mahato (Hindi: पूर्णिमा महतो, Bengali: পূর্ণিমা মাহাত া ) is an Indian archer and archery coach from Jamshedpur, India.[1] She has won the Indian national archery championships and a silver medal at the 1998 Commonwealth Games. • She was a coach for the Indian national team at the 2008 Summer Olympics and was selected to coach the team at the2012 Summer Olympics. She was awarded Dronacharya award from President of India for 2013 on 29 August 2013 • As an archer, Mahato earned medals in both national and international archery competitions. • Mahato has been a coach for Indian national teams at several events[1][1] including the 2005 Senior World Outdoor Archery Championship at Spain, where her team earned a silver medal.[1] She also coached the Indian side at the 2007 Senior Asian Archery Championship in China,[1] where the men's team she coached finished first and the women's team she coached finished third.[1] She was an assistant coach for India at the 2008 Summer Olympics • She coached the Indian national team at the 2010 Commonwealth games, with her archers earning three gold and two bronze medals.[7] At the Global Sports Summit TURF 2011, she was named the coach of the year
  64. 64. Purnima Mahato Personal information Nationality Indian Born Jamshedpur Residence Jamshedpur, Jharkhan d,India Sport Country India Sport Archery Club Tata Archery Academy Team Indian Archery Team Coach Turned pro 1993 Achievements and titles Highest world ranking National Champions Deepika (left) with Purnima Mahato at world cup final, Istanbul. Purnima Mahato is receiving Donacharya Award from President
  65. 65. K.P Thomas • The famous Athletics coach K.P Thomas has received the Dronacharya Life time Achievement Award. He is one who coached the Koruthod’s C.K.M.H.S.S school team to hold the record with a 16 – year run, as the state champion’s school. Presently he is the Sports teacher in Vannapuram S.N.M.H.S . This time Five persons got Dronacharya award. • It is PC Joseph who discovered the talents of Anju Boby George, Joseph Abraham, Shiney Wilson, Jincy Phillipe etc. He have a special talent to find out the kids who have the athletic talent and he gives coaching for them. He is working in the Indian Sports field for the four decades and still he is active.
  66. 66. Dronacharya Award 2013 Shri Raj Singh Secretary General Wrestling Federation of India
  67. 67. Dhyan Chand Award • Dhyan Chand Award • Given by the Government of India, highest award, for life time achievement in sports and games, is Dhyan Chand Award.In the year 2002 the award was introduced and named as the most reknowned Indian hockey player Dhyan Chand. The award carries ceremonial dress, a stattuee, a cash prize of INR 5 lakh (500,000 rupees), and a scroll of honour. Year Men 2002 Ashok Diwan 2003 Charles Cornelius 2003 Dharam Singh Mann 2004 Hardayal Singh 2005 Rajinder Singh 2006 Cdr. Grahnandan Singh (Nandy Singh) 2007 Varinder Singh 2008 Mukhbain Singh 2012 Gundeep Kumar 2013 Syed Ali President Pranab Mukherjee honours Mary D'souza Sequeira (Athletics) with Dhyan Chand Award 2013 President Pranab Mukherjee honors Girraj Singh (Para Sports) with Dhyan Chand Award 2013 Mr Shri Satish Pillai (right) accepts his award for his services to Special Olympics Bharat.
  68. 68. TENZING NORGAY NATIONAL ADVENTURE AWARDS : • The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports had instituted National Adventure Awards (renamed as Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Awards) in 1993 with a view to giving due recognition to the achievements made by persons in the field of adventure. Nawang Gombu receives the Tenzing Norgay National Adventure award for life time achivement from the then President Dr A.P.J.Abdul Wing Commander Jai Kishan from the Indian Air force received the Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award from the President of India. President Pratibha Patil presents Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award for the year 2009 to Chandraprabha Aitwal for life time contribution during Arjuna Awards 2010 at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. Bachinepally Shekhar Babu, 27, a resident of Hyderabad, has become the first person from Andhra Pradesh to climb Mount Everest as an individual. The President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee presenting the Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award-2012 to Shri Basant Singh Roy for Mountaineering,
  69. 69. THANK YOU http://www.dharamhk.com

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