RBI has been crowned Industry Changemaker of the year
Union Energy Minister R.K. Singh presented the Industry Changemaker of the Year award to RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das in the presence of Nirmala Lakshman, Chairman, Hindu Publishing Group Pvt Ltd and Industry Editor Raghuveer Srinivasan on Friday in New Delhi.
In an attractive ceremony that included joyful moments, a wonderful violin playing and a captivating hula hoop performance, Energy Minister R.K. Singh presented the Industry Changemaker of the Year award to the Reserve Bank of India f(RBI) or guiding the country through the turmoil of this period. illness. Amol was named Iconic Changemaker of the Year. “Early in the morning, at 5am, you will see only two change makers: the press and the milkman,” says Jain Mehta, executive director of GCMMF (Amul), kindly. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das also presented awards to all officers and officials of the Department of Financial Services (DFS), bank officials and central bank employees,(RBI ) praising their commitment and dedication.
The fifth edition of the event witnessed the distribution of awards in six categories: Digital Transformation, Social Transformation, Financial Transformation, Young Changemakers, Iconic Changemakers, and Changemaker of the Year. The digital transformation winner is Stellaps Technologies, a startup working to digitize the dairy industry. In social transformation, there are two winners: HERKI, which aims to reverse the brain drain among women, and Girls’ Education, an NGO aiming to improve access to and quality of education for girls. The Financial Transformation Award went to Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana. The Young Change Maker Award went to Shrinidhi R.S, creator of the educational app CherriLearn.
“I am thinking about change,” Mr. Singh said in his speech. Only when you make a difference can you say you have justified your existence… When you have made a difference for a few people or a large number of people. When it’s time to say goodbye to the world, this is what matters. Listening to the CEO of Amul and the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, I realized that while the rest of the world is still grappling with the impact of the pandemic or other crises, we remain among the most stable and fastest-growing economies in the world.
Earlier, inaugurating the event, Dr. Nirmala Lakshman, Chairman, Hindu Group Publishing Private Limited, said: “Impactful change begins with the vision and determination of individuals and organizations willing to challenge the status quo.”
Raghuveer Srinivasan, Business Editor, said his aim was to highlight unrecognized change makers.
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