International Award Bagged by 17 years old Delhi University Student
Himadrish Suwan | 13 Oct 2014

Himadrish Suwan, a Delhi boy, not only brought laurels to the city but made the State proud by clinching the International Young Achievers' Award of the IAEWP for information activism in the area of media and information at an age of 17.

Himadrish is the youngest winner to get this international distinction from the UN  affiliated organization IAEWP at an age of 17. On the occasion of the World Teachers' Day he received the award given by the IAEWP & CII, the International Association for World Peace, affiliated to United Nations-ECOSOC, UNICEF, UNESCO, UNICED, DPI and The Confederation of Indian Universities (The National Platform of all Universities of India) at the India International Centre.

Himadrish is son of a business man Anurag Chiranjeev and his mother is Teacher. He is a first year Political Science (H) student of Delhi University. He is also a regular columnist for various publications.

Earlier he also got the 'Global Award for Excellence 2013' in the filed of Social Work and Youth Empowerment. The award was given on the occasion of International Mother Earth Day Celebration held on 22 April 2013, by The Global Open University Nagaland (TGOU), Women International Network (WIN), Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University (IGTAMSU), Indian Institute of Ecology and Environment (IIEE), NCCSD and Environment Tomorrow

Well acquainted as an RTI activist, since from my school days I have filed more than 100 RTI's and received the outstanding performance acknowledgment from the Right to Information Institute of India (RTII) on the occasion of International RTI Day 2013, said Himadrish