Banasthali University isn’t just another university. It is a brand, an institution in itself. The very popular and reputed Banasthali was founded decades back in 1935 & ever since been educating & empowering women. The university has seen many faces come and go, has nurtured many and today they all stand bright and tall.
Here sharing 6 Illustrious Graduates from Banasthali University we & the nation is super proud of.
You must be living under a rock if you haven’t heard her name. Meira Kumar is a 5-time Member of Parliament. She was elected as the First Women Speaker of Lok Sabha & served the nation from the year 2009 to 2014. She is a lady of multiple dynamics and is one of the most powerful & influential Indian Politician.
The 24-years olf Avni Chaturvedi recently was on every News Paper’s front page and made headlines on every TV channel for all the right reasons. She became the First Indian Women Pilot of Indian Airforce to complete a Solo Flight on a MiG-21 Bison Fighter Aircraft in 2018. She is also One of the country’s First Three Women Fighter Pilots.
Anuradha Singh is an Indian film editor who has worked as an Independent Editor in several Hollywood & Bollywood Films. Some of her most popular being 2 Nights in Soul Valley, A Strange Love Story, West is West, Youngistan and worked as an Assistant editor in Oscar Winning Slumdog Millionaire.
Sunita Godara is a former Indian Marathon runner & holds the record of running the maximum marathons run by an Indian. She has run in 71 full marathons, won 23 half marathons and has run in 200 international races on all continents. She has several awards & rewards under her name and is highly respected.
Binny Yanga was an Indian Social Worker who won the fourth highest Indian civilian award Padma Shri in the year 2012 for her exceptional work. She was also a member of National Planning Commission of India and founder of Oju Welfare Association. She spent her whole life working for the betterment of society. She passed away in the year 2015.
Kamla Beniwal was a member of Indian National Congress and served as a minister on different posts during the different time in Rajasthan. She served as governor of different Indian states between 2009 and 2014. She was a governor of Tripura (2009), Gujarat (2009-2014) and Mizoram (2014).