DR JI­TEN­DRA SINGH So­cial Cru­sader

Stardust (English) - - CONTENTS -

A multi-faceted per­son­al­ity DR. JI­TEN­DRA SINGH, has been re­form­ing lives and ig­nit­ing them with newer spir­its. Not only is he spear­head­ing sev­eral ed­u­ca­tional in­sti­tu­tions but also contributing im­mensely to the field of medicine and pol­i­tics. On the po­lit­i­cal front, he has kick-started many so­cial move­ments and is known as a de­ci­sive change maker. An able politi­cian, he works tire­lessly for the peo­ple to change lives. His self­less deeds for the so­ci­ety surely makes the coun­try and its ci­ti­zens im­mensely proud.

How does it feel to have won the award at The Star­dust Global Achiev­ers Awards, Lon­don?

For me, the best thing about win­ning this award is when the peo­ple cheer for your win. When you see that the peo­ple are re­ally happy that you are win­ning some­thing, that’s the most re­ward­ing thing in the world. Il­lus­tra­tions of TheS­tar­dust Glob­alAchiev­er­sAwards boosts me up to move on with zeal and con­vert dis­sat­is­fac­tion into sat­is­fac­tion - be­cause this sce­nario al­ways lack re­wards to those who re­ally de­serve it. Be­ing an awardee that too from Star­dust makes me feel ex­treme glad.

You’ve had an il­lus­tri­ous jour­ney, how did you kick-start your ca­reer?

I’ve al­ways been loved and ap­pre­ci­ated by the peo­ple around me be­cause of my mo­dus-operandi. I cal­cu­lated and an­a­lyzed and I be­lieve that the root cause of be­ing very dear to my dear ones has made me this way. I could re­al­ize and kick start hu­man phi­lan­thropy. I al­ways thought of giv­ing good and qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion to the com­ing gen­er­a­tions, and it gave me in­spi­ra­tion that I could work and pro­vide sup­port to the needy and that moulded my ca­reer to­wards the same

Please shed some light on your work and achieve­ments, awards and more?

The ques­tion is very short but the an­swer is re­ally very tough be­cause al­most twenty in­sti­tu­tions are be­ing run by me as Chair­man. I have made up my mind to square the cir­cle in var­i­ous fields by not mint­ing money. what makes it worth it is the pleas­ant curve

on the faces of my loved ones. I’ve added an ‘ex­cel­lence’ to my na­tive Far­rukhabad with sev­eral In­sti­tu­tions in the field of Med­i­cal, Ed­u­ca­tion, Me­dia and many more be­cause of this thought of mine. I’ve been an awardee of so many renowned events on the Na­tional and In­ter­na­tional lev­els like The Star­dustAchiev­er­sAwards, Dubai, So­ci­etyAchiev­ers Awards, Mum­bai, Gomti Gau­rav Awards, Luc­know and now TheS­tar­dustGlobal Achiev­er­sAwards,Lon­don. I also joined the BRICS con­fer­ence un­der the del­e­ga­tion of the former Prime Min­is­ter of In­dia, Hon’ble Man­mo­han Singhji in Dur­ban 2013, South Africa, and also ac­com­pa­nied the con­tem­po­ra­ne­ous Pres­i­dent of In­dia, Hon’ble Pranab Mukher­jee in 2015 to Stockholm.

What has been your con­stant source of mo­ti­va­tion?

My con­stant source of mo­ti­va­tion… is my fa­ther Shri Babu Singh Ya­dav, lov­ingly called “Daddu Ji”; who is known as ’THE GREAT ACA­DEMI­CIAN’. Ever since I know, I’ve been watch­ing each and ev­ery ac­tion of my fa­ther thor­oughly. I am just a fol­lower and im­ple­menter of deeds of my fa­ther. my most deep­est and earnest mo­ti­va­tion is my bet­ter-half, Dr. Anita Ran­jan, my daugh­ters Sam­ridhi Singh, Anushka Singh and Alishka. Words can­not ex­press how grate­ful I am for all the sac­ri­fices thye have made on my be­half. My fa­ther’s prayers for me is what that sus­tained me this far. ‘Thank you for be­ing my in­spi­ra­tion where’er and whene’er I get stuck’. In­deed, they are the ones who still sup­port my stag­ger­ing legs.

What are your fu­ture plans?

Em­bel­lish­ing, smarten­ing, glo­ri­fy­ing and en­rich­ing my city Far­rukhabad with ad­vanced tech­nolo­gies through start-ups in sev­eral fields is my dream and I also want to do work for the up­lift­ment of peo­ple who are ex­cluded by so­ci­ety, – the same lead to my fu­ture plans.

What mes­sage would you like to give the young minds of our coun­try?

If I mug the present sce­nario, the sce­nario has dras­ti­cally changed and what I feel is… it should be pleas­antly trans­formed as soon as pos­si­ble, and the pleas­ant trans­for­ma­tion is pos­si­ble with pleas­ant minds only. Pleas­ant minds are pos­si­ble with pleas­ant and moder­ate guid­ance... and hence mov­ing to the pleas­ant world is pos­si­ble. What I mean with the above lines is: curb­ing the braindrain to the max­i­mum ex­tent is ex­tremely im­por­tant to make that pleas­ant world pos­si­ble.

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