Amrita Saishree

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Amrita Saishree

Amrita Saishree is a young enthusiast working in the field of Sustainable Development and Behavioural Economics(especially Public Policy). She has been a DAVian in her school days. She scored CGPA 10 in class 10th CBSE board examination. She topped her school and district in CBSE class XII board examination with 97%. She even achieved state rank 2 in NSTSE examination held in the year 2019. She has won innumerable awards in the field of debating, declamation and other oratory competitions. Being quite interested and committed in fields of Art, Literature, Sports and Dance, she was awarded ‘Best All-rounder’ in the final year of schooling. She served as a special discipline mentor in school and served as commander in the official march past squad. Being Head- girl of school she stirred the institution in a positive direction. Currently, she is pursuing her graduation in Hindu College, University of Delhi. She is majoring in English and Economics. She successfully served as a member of organizing committee in Vaktavya (The Annual Conclave, Hindu College) and Aaghaz (Literature Fest, Hindu College) and member of the core team in Zenith(Annual FEST of Dept. of B.A Programme, Hindu College). She successfully completed a certificate course in Behavioural Economics from Hindu College, University of Delhi(January-March). She is an Intern from the Youth of India Foundation in Public Relation and Public Administration. She acted as a co-ordinator of event “ROLE OF YOUTH IN LOCALISING SDGs” addressed by Ms.Hawa Diallo, Chief, Civil society unit, Dept. Global Communication, UN. Forthwith she is an unwavering member of it working to achieve Sustainable Development Goals. She has joined e-Artha Samvarta Foundation to hone her skills as an Executive Management Intern. She is committed to ardently work with the team to achieve the purpose of the foundation.

eArth Samvarta Foundation is designated NODAL/ MOTHER NGO for COVID-19 Control in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh under NITI AYOG guidelines