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Residents honoured for working towards society's welfare

Posted: Feb 18, 2017     By Akhilesh Pandey

About 80 people from across the NCR were honoured at Maxfort School in Sector 7, Dwarka, on February 17. The awards were in recognition of how these residents were working towards the development and welfare of the society in various fields.

They were honoured by Dharmaansh Foundation, a social organisation that acknowledges people's selfless efforts in shaping society in fields such as education, music, art, culture and social service.

The foundation gave them a badge of honour called the Devatwa Award. Poonam Tyagi, a social worker and a resident of Paradise Apartments, Sector 9, and Ramesh Mumukshu, an RTI activist and a resident of Ashirwad Apartments, Sector 16B, were two of the recipients. Others included social workers and volunteers of the organisations Choti Si Khushi and Sahas.


A few recipients of the award — Poonam Tyagi (from left), Poorvi, Manjeet Kirbat, Mona Yadav, Seema Joshi, Namita Chaudhry and Ramesh Mumukshu — pose for a photo

TAGS: Maxfort School Dwarka / Dharmaansh Foundation / Devatwa Award / Sector 9 / Paradise Apartments / Poonam Tyagi / Ashirwad Apartments / Sector 16B / Ramesh Mumukshu / Choti Si Khushi / Sahas / Dwarka