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Jagriti NGO receives National Youth Award

DNJAI84434 | 1/13/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :228



Jaipur: Jagriti Ngo receives the prestigious "National Youth Award "in the program inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Award was given by Chief Minister, Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath in a grand ceremony organised by Ministry of youth & Sports affairs, on Friday, in Noida on the occasion of Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. Jagriti NGO, was nominated amongst the Top 7 NGO's of the country and the only one from Rajasthan for this honor.
Jagriti has been working in many activities in the field of Human & Social Welfare in the state of Rajasthan since 2001. These activities majorly include education to the underprivileged, Jagriti Antim Darshnika (Mobile Mortuary van), Tree plantation, Cleanliness drive, Eye Donation, Body Donation, Cancer detection camps, Vocational training. The NGO is lead by JK Jajoo who is the Founder, Managing Trustee & President of Jagriti Since inception.
On this occasion, Jajoo said, " Team Jagriti has been working very hard since last 17 years for the society. Our hard work has started paying off now in the form of results of our children who are doing wonderfully well in academics, this recognition is a great honor for Jagriti and will further motivate each one of us at Jagriti to work more towards the goal. Our Vision is that we want to see every child of Jaipur getting a proper high-quality education through us by the year 2025."

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