From an early age, my ambition and drive for innovation guided me towards education and health, leading me to embark on a challenging 13-year journey to become the first doctor in my family. This achievement was not just a personal milestone but a testament to my commitment to serving communities, particularly those from lower socio-economic backgrounds. My experiences have taught me that while medicine allows me to impact individual lives, education can transform entire ecosystems for the betterment of our country.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we observed children becoming introverted, prompting us to introduce new subjects like public speaking and virtual tours to different countries from the classroom, alongside integrating socio-economic and socio-emotional skills from KG to 4th Standard. We implemented the emotional skills lessons in the early years to help the kids with mental health impact post-COVID. These changes aim to prepare our students for a rapidly evolving world. As a team, we at NBGI, have more to achieve. We are aiming to set up a medical college and university so that we can create a better ecosystem for the entire nation.

My efforts in both health and education have been recognised with several awards, including the Young Women Achievers Award Asia Pacific, the International Nelson Mandela Peace Award, and the Seva Rathna for Young Entrepreneur in Health and Education, underscoring my dedication to making a significant impact in these crucial areas.