Jaipur’s Bhavini got a scholarship of 70 lakhs from Deakin University, Australia

Jaipur’s Bhavini got a scholarship of 70 lakhs from Deakin University, Australia

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Jaipur,24th June 2023. Jaipur’s versatile young talented Bhavini Bhargava has not only made Rajasthan, but the whole country proud with her achievements. She has been awarded the ‘Deakin Rajasthan Royals 100% Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship’ worth Rs 70 Lakhs by the world-famous Deakin University in Australia. This, she is currently doing a Bachelor in Sports Management course there. It is worth mentioning that after testing several stages, some youths from all over the world are selected for this scholarship.

Only two students including Bhavini Bhargava of Jaipur have been selected from India in this academic session. Under the internship with NGO Vasudha Jan Vikas Sansthan of Rajasthan, Bhavini was selected for this scholarship to make village girls aware about sports and on the basis of sports and academic achievements. She is the daughter of Dr. Puneet Bhargava (renowned dermatologist of Jaipur) and Dr. Seema Bhargava.

Motivation face of Indian education in Australia –

To motivate Indian students for their work in Australia, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has chosen Bhavini Bhargava as the motivation face of education collaboration in India and Australia. Bhavini considers this honor a great responsibility and hopes that Indian students who go abroad for studies bring laurels to the country with their achievements across the world.

Aware village girls for making a career in sports –

A board topper in her school and currently sports ambassador of Deakin University, Bhavini has played many national tournaments in cricket, badminton, athletics and cycling. She has played National Badminton six times and has been included in the top-20 India ranking of doubles. Also, has played on behalf of the Rajasthan cricket team in the BCCI National Tournament.

Bhavini explained the importance of sports to the girls of the villages during her internship under the ‘Aao Gaon Se Juden’ project of NGO Vasudha Jan Vikas Sansthan and told how the possibilities of new jobs can be explored in sports. She aroused interest in sports among the girls of Thanagazi (Alwar) and many other nearby villages. Mona Sharma, director, of Vasudha Jan Vikas Sansthan, said that it is a matter of pride for us that a versatile talent like Bhavini joins our NGO, who has made the country proud. By performing well in both the fields of education and sports, she has become an example for the youth today. Through the project ‘Aao Gaon se juden’, we make rural girls and women aware of new career options by connecting young talents.

Bhavini’s book ‘Unheard’ became Amazon’s best-selling book –

Bhavini has written the English Poem Book ‘Unheard’, which is now Amazon’s best-selling book and has made Bhavini Amazon’s best-selling book writer. In this book, , through her writings, this young author has told how to overcome the ups and downs in life. Recently this book was launched in a program organized by Deakin University and Rajasthan Royals. It was launched by the Rajasthan Royals cricket team; Matthew Johnson, Australian High Commission’s South Asia Minister Counselor (Education and Research) in Delhi; Ravneet Paha, Global Vice President and CEO (South Asia), Deakin University, Australia; Dr. Puneet Bhargava, Dr. Seema Bhargava and Mona Sharma, Director, Vasudha Jan Vikas Sansthan. On this occasion, Bhavini shared the inspiration behind writing this book through video conferencing from Australia. For this, Bhavini has also been awarded the Best Upcoming English Writer Award by the country’s prestigious film magazine Filmfare Middle East Magazine. All India Doctors Sports Tournament ‘Tablinton India’ has also taken Bhavini’s poem on its theme page.