Hall of Fame

Hall of the Frame

Vaishnavi Tiwari, a student of Class XII, has been selected as Swachhta Doot” or “Young Ambassador of Sanitation” by Doordarshan. She has been an active participant and leader of the ‘Swachh Bharat/ Swachh Vidyalya Campaign” under the Swachh Bharat Mission and an active volunteer of Sulabh School Sanitation Club, a children-led affiliation of the recognized NGO, Sulabh International Social Service Organization. She has won laurels for the school in debate, elocution, declamation, poem recitation competitions at zonal and district levels. She also has been selected as the Times NIE Student of the Year in 2014. She was also the Child Representative in “REINVENT THE TOILET FAIR” conference organized by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in New Delhi and also represented India in Vth South Asian Conference on Sanitation held in Kathmandu,Nepal. She participated in a handful of awareness programmes related to Swachh Bharat Mission sand volunteered in generating relief funds for victims of natural disasters in Manipur,Uttarakhand, Kathmandu, Jaipur and Lucknow volunteering for importance of children’s role in Swachh Bharat Mission. She also has been the child representative in All-India WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) Conference organized by Water Aid, India. She has received opportunities to interact with eminent personalities like Mrs.Mary Kom, Smt.Vijay Laxmi Joshi, Secretary, Drinking Water and Sanitation, Govt of India ,Mr. RK Somany ,Head, Somany Tiles,Mr. Sujoy Majumdar, Drinking Water Specialist,UNICEF India and ex-Director ,Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan, Hon’ble Governor, Odisha and officials from Australian and British High Commission, canvassing the importance of children’s role in the Swachh Bharat Mission. She also participated in National Sanitation Action Week Campaign in Nepal in June in places like Kathmandu, Bajrabarahi,Makwanpur,Tanahu ,Rupandehi and Tikuligarh. During this, she got an opportunity to interact with dignitaries from Urban Development Ministry, Govt. of Nepal, officials from UNICEF Nepal and Red Cross Society.