Divya Goswami Dikshit
Divya Gowswami Dixit intiated into the art of Kathak at an early age, she stands today as an artist anchored to the roots of traditional dance forms. Multifaceted, her passionate appreciation of traditional art forms has led her focus her talent in dance, art, drama and creative therapy. Divya has been bestowed with the coveted National Award ‘Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva Purushkar’ by the apex body of performing arts in India, Central Sangeet Natak Akademi. To further enhance her creativity and promote Indian Classical Arts, Divya has established ‘DivyaKala’; a creative venture showcasing her versatility as a dancer, teacher, artist, dramatist and creative therapist.
Vice-President at Wipro Ltd.
Currently, the Vice President of Wipro, Mr. Nikhil Asopa had a very humble beginning.
He started his journey from Jodhpur. His vision has changed the face of corporate world. His perseverant nature, practical approach, as well as a genial collaborative disposition serves him well to leverage the best from others. Having worked in a variety of roles over the years, he naturally carries some rich diverse experience. He has developed many ideas, which if applied, can bring revolution in business development.
Rudra Kaushish is an Indian actor and model born at Jodhpur. He was graduated from JNVU on Dec 4, 1998, after completing his studies he later joined the Rajasthan police force in 1995 as a sub-inspector and left in 2007 for Bollywood.
He has acted in television serials like Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, Gumrah, Balika Vadhu and movies like Talaash: The Answer Lies Within.
Laborer Development Leader
Souvik Maity’s vision is to work with his contemporaries, the Indian youth and to channelize the mass potential that otherwise remains untapped and scattered.
He has worked with the unorganized labor-force in the city of Jamshedpur, by initiating Project THUMP, to aid them in getting regular work, to collectivize and thereby make their daily life less about avoiding hunger and more about focusing on self-development.
Founder & CEO at GenRobotics Innovations
The practice of manual scavenging is banned in India and yet people have lost their lives cleaning sewers and septic tanks.
However, after the ban came into force all founders of Genrobotics are working with Kerala government to put an end to the practice. They have designed a robot, christened Bandicoot, which literally means a rat that can enter into the sewer holes and clean it, exactly like a human would do. The idea is to replace the term manhole with robothole so that no human life is lost doing this undignified task.
Human Rights Activist
Vithika Yadav is a human rights professional, with more than a decade long experience of working on sexual rights and gender rights, human trafficking and modern day slavery. In 2012 she was awarded as one of the Top 99 under 33 Young Foreign Policy Leaders in the world by Diplomatic Courier and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy in USA.