Education has an immense power to change orthodox, see how this women make an immense impact on her life

Nidhi Prajapati a research scholar pursuing PhD in education on “A study of Stress Among Coaching Students in Relation to their Academic Achievement and Psychogenic Variable” from Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University, Kota with this she is qualified NET and SET. BA, MA in History, MAED, MA in Gandhi and Peace, B.Ed., M.Ed. PG Diploma in Guidance and Counselling & DCA are other educational and professional degrees. It was the result other unconditional social work that on 12, January 2016, she received Highest Youth Award of India ‘National Youth Award’ for her contribution in society but the journey was full of struggle and challenges.  

As an Educationist:

For peace, literacy is required because education is the builder of children and nation and now technology is highly involved in the education system.  That’s why being as a research scholar she has attended 14 national and international conferences in which 6 research papers are published in the international journal. Nidhi has written research papers on Hi-Tech educational era e-Learning, Art Education, Stress among coaching students, Tablet Education, LRS, RMS, LMS in Education, Juvenile Delinquency, Environmental Education, OER (Open Educational Resources) etc.

Time of Struggle and Foundation:

At present, she is an Assistant Professor in Sarvodaya Teacher’s Training College and a self-made girl. After BA she did her studies by self-learning. She is forth girl out of 5 brothers and sisters and because she is a typical Rajasthani, due to traditional orthodox practices her grandmother told her parents to kill Nidhi but they didn’t. So Nidhi decided to do something different for her parents so that they can be proud. She had a  wish that her parents should be recognised by her name. In starting to stop her footfalls in social initiatives. Nidhi’s brother accused her of unethical immoral activities which were very disgracing for, his each and every word was abusing her day night but she didn’t stop. Nidhi believes in hard work and ‘Do For Nation Die For Nation’ that is why when she met Dr S.N. Subbarao in 2003 decided to serve for the nation. With this passion and burning fire in the core of her heart she promised herself that she will do the job only at CBSE school and with this enthusiasm, she started her teaching profession along with social work in 2008 as a mother teacher of  Lower KG class with the salary of 2250. Initially, so many family problems occurred, after getting employed. She faced opposition by family. Many worst titles which could be given to any girl to stop her flight were given to her by her family itself. Finally, Nidhi’s family understood that she is made for society, not for household work. After that, she urged to study more and current salary was insufficient that is why Nidhi changed her job which was 16 km far from her home. Later on to fulfil her dreams to become an educationist she wanted to do M.Ed. so to earn more she joined a school which was 89 km far from her house for 10,000/- where without taking lunch, water bottle and 6-hour up-down journey with 7 hours working when I was coming to the home. Soon she became principal in one of the most prestigious CBSE School St. Joseph’s Public School which was entirely based on e-learning and tablet education.

Steps for Social Work:

But the struggle and hard work were just like good companions as these things were making her a diamond in the coal mine. Slowly and gradually she made her identity in the society. As Nidhi was inspired by Dr S. N. Subbarao so under his spiritual and motivational guidance she started work in Gandhian Sector, peace and harmony, Creative and constructive India, art & cultural preservation, menstrual hygiene, blood donation, plantation, HIV/ AIDS Awareness, All Religion Prayer, Sharmdan, Pulse Polio, Universal Adult Franchise or Voting rights, Enhanced Nationalism in orphans, organizing musical programme for mentally challenged females etc. From 2013 onwards she used to take workshops and seminar on Mahatma Gandhi’s 11 varts, menstrual hygiene, personality development, motivation, HIV/ AIDS Awareness etc. In November 2014 Established a School Vidhya Nidhi Shala for the study of Gadariya Luhar community children in Ramganj Mandi. In 2015 established a garden on the Name of Ex. President Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam as Kalam Vatika. She and her team is maintaining the development of 4 ponds under Jal Swalamban Yojna. From 2015 to till now I have taken a session on menstruation hygiene in which more than 23000 females were benefited. In 2015 she registered her own NGO Society Has Eve International Charitable Trust. Recently started STATIONARY BANK a project to benefit underprivileged students. She takes Motivation classes with Dainik Bhaskar for Live Positive Campaign for Kota Coaching institutions’ Children to stop suicides. Till now 18 classes have been conducted. Menstrual Hygiene workshop series with postcard campaign in various institutions.

National and International Journey:

Peace, harmony and culture are the souls of Country. Without these human civilizations can’t exist in the world. That’s why she has selected this field for the development of the nation and fully dedicated through my heart and soul for the message of peace and communal harmony since 2004 to till now. As a folk dancer, she performed Rajasthani Kalbeliya and Ghoomar folk Dance at International level in Maldives, Srilanka, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan. In India she has performed in Pune (Maharashtra), Morgaon (Goa), Agra (Uttar Pradesh), Ratlam (Madhya Pradesh), Jaipur (Rajasthan), Kavaratti (Lakshadweep), Chennai (Tamil Nadu), Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), Changlang (Arunachal Pradesh), Kurukshetra (Haryana) etc. Above mentioned all performances were in National Youth Integration and Leadership Camps.

Through peace, harmony and creative work related to youth and children, she has bought the change in the mindset of youth. Conducted many awareness programmes under the Spiritual Guidance and Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and Swami Vivekananda. Now children and youth of Kota are respecting our national leaders and Indian constitution for national integration. With the divine blessings of Mahatma Gandhi and Swami Vivekananda organised a 7 day residential camp IYPHC-2013 (International Youth Peace & harmony .Camp-2013) for National and International Integration, Peace and Harmony at Kota, Rajasthan from 22nd April 2013 to 28th April 2013 in which 350 delegates came from all part of India, Nepal and Bangladesh which was directed by Dr S.N. Subbarao. Now on the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and Swami Vivekananda conducting 7-day programme including Seminar, PPT presentation, Rangoli, Poem, Drama, Debate, Speech, Slogan, Essay, Poster and Drawing competition.