Women leading women’s development work should apply

Nari Shakti Puraskar is offered by the Ministry of Women and Child Development on the occasion of Women’s Day. For this award, women working for the development of women in the social and economic field can apply for the national level Nari Shakti Puraskar. Online applications for this program to be held on Women’s Day in 2023 can be submitted until October 31.

Applications can be submitted at www.awards.gov.in. The main purpose of this award is to recognize the contribution of women to society and nation building and to motivate them to keep moving forward by honoring them. Within this framework, 15 prizes are awarded to women working in different fields across the country.

The Ministry Selection Committee will shortlist eligible candidates

Apart from this, applications can also be sent by ministries and departments of state or government and management center of UT, NGOs, universities and institutions, private and public sectors. Not only that, the selection committee can also register for the award by taking a su-moto for the name of the deserving candidate. Once the nomination is received, the application will be sent to the relevant state or UT, DC for verification of the information provided in the application. After that, eligible candidates will be shortlisted by the election committee set up by the ministry.

The prize list will be published on February 20, 2023. A minimum age of 25 is required for this prize. Once a beneficiary of Nari Shakti or Stree Shakti Puraskar can no longer apply. This honor will be given only to women working for the empowerment, economic and social development of women, even in very difficult situations.

Women working in traditional and non-traditional sectors, providing for the basic needs of women in rural areas, working in areas such as science, technology, sports, arts, culture, security, health and welfare -being, education, skills development, life skills Women who can request it. You can also apply for the award yourself.

Mara R. Wilmoth