Nagpur: Neuro analyst, behavioural scientist, psephologist, educationist , writer and philanthropist maestro Dr Vikramsingh Pachlore awarded the Outstanding Young Person National Award for his exemplary contribution through Dr. Pachlore Foundations- Maestro Multiversity, India, which is an internationally acclaimed and celebrated organization exploring its services in the field of social, cultural, rural, educational and medical development.
The Foundation is renowned name in Central India among Elite class and mass for its outstanding contribution in social and community services. The pivotal issues of farmers suicide, women empowerment , child and human rights, malnutrition, rural health and education is successfully resolved and served by the trust. This year the foundation was successful in saving lives of more than 5407 farmers and students suicide cases with its Any Time Madat (ATM ) Centers, working at the grass root level. He was nominated by zone 13 in the Humanitarian and Voluntary Leadership Category.
The Glittering Award ceremony was Conducted on the occasion of NATCON at Fr. Muller’s Convention Centre , Mangalore. Dignitaries, distinguished guest including political stalwarts, bureaucrats , business tycoons, artist and celebrities from vivid field marked their presence.
JCI National President A Ramkumar Menon congratulating Dr Pachlore said, Welfare Of the People is the Supreme Law along with Know Thyself and Explore Thyself is the ideology and working philosophy of Dr Vikramsingh Pachlore and his organization. He saluted the Vision – Mission of Dr. Pachlore Foundation through which till date around 3.6 lakhs people have benefitted.
PNP Rajesh Chandak applauded, appreciated and admiringly reminded the audience about striking similarities between Dr. Vikramsingh Pachlore and Late Dr Shrikant Jichkar, recipient of OYP- 1983, the genius Bureaucrat and Statesman known for his academic achievements and administration excellence.
Expressing his Gratitude while accepting OYP National Award, Dr Vikramsingh Pachlore said, the award and laurels aling with rejuvenating and rebuking your spirit, reminds one that, with great power comes the great responsibilities. Dr Vikramsingh Pachlore made a special mention about the courageous , confidence and Inspiring achievement of another OYP Award winner Padmashri Arunima Sinha – the first Indian amputee to climb Mount Everest, who reciprocated the compliments.
The event witned the participation of more than 3000 delegates from all regions of India making it truly a Grandeur Success. Nikhil Samdariya expressed his special thanks to all the Associates of Jaani, Adv. Mahendra Chandak , Director JCI Foundation Narendra Bardiya, Rajesh Chandak for guiding and nominating the deserving talent for the Award.