Aditi Maheshwari, who studied at Miranda House, an affiliate of Delhi University, was made commissioner of the British Embassy in India for a day. She is only 20 years old and is originally from Rajasthan.
New Delhi: Aditi Maheshwari, 20, a resident of Chittorgarh in Rajasthan (Rajasthan).Aditi Maheshwari) became the boss of the British High Commission in India for a day. She was given this honor for winning a competition organized with the goal of empowering the next generation of women as leaders and guides.
Aditi is a student of DU
The British High Commission said, “Aditi is the fifth winner of the Indian edition of the One Day High Commission competition. This competition is being organized every year since the year 2017 to celebrate International Girl Child Day on 11 October. Aditi is currently pursuing her graduation from Delhi University in Affiliate Miranda House, and as a one-day high commission she saw the work of the British High Commission on Friday.
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Embassy issued statement
A statement issued by the embassy said, ‘As the top British diplomat in India, Aditi has experienced a variety of diplomatic activities. He oversaw the Indo-British dialogue on Energy for Development. Aditi met the beneficiaries of the Leadership Program for Aspirational Women Leaders, which is financed from the Chevening Alumni Program Fund. In addition, she engaged with climate experts from the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) and leaders of not-for-profit global youth.
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How was Aditi’s day?
On this occasion Aditi said that she had applied for the competition last year also and is very happy to get this opportunity. “For me personally, meeting senior diplomats and meeting women from the She Leads Leadership Program was the center of attraction. I also enjoyed the electric vehicle being driven by the High Commissioner.