Sanjana Sanghi receives recognition of her passion and belief. She always had a consistent enthusiasm and belief in the power of education. The personal interest always kept chasing her. In 2014, she started as a teacher volunteer in an NGO situated in Delhi. That happens to be her first move officially to educate the unprivileged children. Ever since she never stopped. She started this when she was in 1st year if her college. The Delhi university golden medalist and the recipient of achieving recognition from HRD Minister of India for ranking among the list of India’s top 0.1% percentile students while she was in class 12. Now she gets her vision to meet the circle after she gets the helm of the leading Child Rights Organization, Save The Child as a Youth advocate.
Talking about this Sanjana speaks, “Education, for me has been like a magic potion. It makes you who you are and it changes how you see the world and it isn’t just what happens in the classroom. Every single child deserves a right to basic education and I’m committed to ensuring that my journey of the last 7 years continues for the rest of my life to be able to make education a reality for the largest number in our country”
To contribute to the role, Sanjana will work on girls’ education in India. As still 10 million girls nearly compelled to halt the school regularity due to pandemic.