Udayan Shalini Fellowship Celebrates 40 Outstanding Candidates

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In a prestigious event held at Welham Girl’s School, Dehradun, 40 exceptional candidates were honored for their selection into the Udayan Shalini Fellowship Program during the 16th Induction Ceremony. The ceremony, graced by Shaillinder Singh, Director (Personnel) of THDC India Limited, celebrated the accomplishments of these bright young minds.

Shaillinder Singh, the chief guest, praised Dr. Kiran Modi, the visionary founder of Udayan Care Trust, for her steadfast dedication to “making young lives shine.” Udayan Care Trust, established in 1994 as a Public Charitable Trust, is committed to empowering underprivileged children, women, and youth across 36 cities in 15 states of India.

During his address, Singh emphasized the pivotal role of education and empowerment, stating, “Educate a woman, and educate a generation.” He highlighted the ongoing transformation in India where young women are challenging gender biases, encouraging them to believe in their dreams and destinies.

Singh urged all Shalinis (participants of the program) to serve society, embody compassion, and ignite change. This aligns with THDC’s core values of community and service.

Re-reported from the article originally published in The Statesman

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Udayan Shalini Fellowship Celebrates 40 Outstanding Candidates

Image courtesy: The Statesman

In a prestigious event held at Welham Girl’s School, Dehradun, 40 exceptional candidates were honored for their selection into the Udayan Shalini Fellowship Program during the 16th Induction Ceremony. The ceremony, graced by Shaillinder Singh, Director (Personnel) of THDC India Limited, celebrated the accomplishments of these bright young minds.

Shaillinder Singh, the chief guest, praised Dr. Kiran Modi, the visionary founder of Udayan Care Trust, for her steadfast dedication to “making young lives shine.” Udayan Care Trust, established in 1994 as a Public Charitable Trust, is committed to empowering underprivileged children, women, and youth across 36 cities in 15 states of India.

During his address, Singh emphasized the pivotal role of education and empowerment, stating, “Educate a woman, and educate a generation.” He highlighted the ongoing transformation in India where young women are challenging gender biases, encouraging them to believe in their dreams and destinies.

Singh urged all Shalinis (participants of the program) to serve society, embody compassion, and ignite change. This aligns with THDC’s core values of community and service.

Re-reported from the article originally published in The Statesman