IIULER Goa’s student wins prestigious Glocal Teen Hero India 2023 award



A First Semester BBA LLB student of the India International University of Legal Education and Research (IIULER), Goa, Ms. Tejaswini Satheesh, has emerged as the winner of prestigious Glocal Teen Hero India 2023 award.
Tejaswini who was selected from among six finalists, received a certificate, a trophy, and a shawl in recognition of her remarkable feat, at the award ceremony held at the TTJ Auditorium of IIT Madras recently.
Ambassador of Nepal to India, H. E. Shankar Sharma and Dean, Global Engagement, IIT Madras, Mr. Raghunathan Rengaswamy were among the Jury for the award.
Glocal Teen Hero is a platform exclusively for the teenagers who are also working to create a ripple effect in the society besides academics. The award recognizes their initiation, creativity and enthusiasm so as to empower them. It is a fully funded program exclusively for Indian Teenagers and an initiation of Glocal Pvt. Ltd., Nepal. a business enterprise working in the areas of education, entrepreneurship and skilling.

According to the organizers, the overall purpose of this program is to motivate and encourage teenagers to step out of their comfort zone, be creative and nurture entrepreneurial thinking. It also acts out as a platform to network with delegates from various industries in India.
Tejaswini, who hails from Karnataka, is an advocate for change over the past three years. She emerged as the top student in a school that initially hesitated to admit her. Her accolades include recognition as a Young Leader by the United Nations and a nomination by UNITAR for the UN ROAP 30 for 30 initiative.
Currently, she is working on DiscoverEd, an edtech app promoting social awareness and life skills in children. The app offers flexible learning schedules, progress tracking, and collaborations with schools, enriching formal education with vital life skills.
Tejaswini’s involvement with 17 neurofeedback companies underscores her commitment to integrating neurofeedback training into juvenile criminal rehabilitation. She has also excelled in corporate social responsibility, conducting workshops that engaged 70,000 attendees during the Rise Summit and serving as Vice President of Youth India.
Her first major initiative, “Bridging Gaps,” reached 7000 elderly citizens, imparting mentorship in English and technological skills through over 50 events.



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