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As the post-COVID world moves towards achieving SDGs by 2030 (Sustainable Development Goals, silly!), let’s join hands with the UN in celebrating the theme this Women’s Day in 2021 – “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world.”

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Why Celebrate Women’s Day?

This question is moot.

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Although we are still embroiled in a state of gender disparity, workplace inequalities, wage disparities even today, that too across the world, even if you’re a first-nation born, we still cannot deny that women are not just elements that add beauty to the cosmos. They are more than that!

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There are some who don’t deny this, but then again there’s the other horde too!

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Just ambling into..

This Women’s Day let’s talk about some inspirational lesser-known women, take some time to acknowledge their contributions and celebrate their victories.

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Also, you may be aware that the majority of countries across the globe that have been comparatively more successful in the tide of the pandemic and responding to it, are headed by women.

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This includes, Germany, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Ethiopia, New Zealand and Slovakia. They have been widely recognized for the rapidity, decisiveness and effectiveness of their national response to the pandemic.

Women’s Day 2021: Career Choices Of Top 10 Inspirational Women 1
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Women’s Day 2021 Vanguards – Top 10 Women Leaders

How about taking time out to honor and acknowledge the exceptional caliber, outstanding performance, and extraordinary talents of these women in whatever roles they have shone in, maybe an Entrepreneur, Sportsperson, Manager, Researcher, Mentor, Academician, Advisor, or a Thought Leader?

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Hima Das

The Indian sprinter has been inducted into the police force of the state of Assam as the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP). I am sure we all know her story of rags.

Let us not echo it here. Instead, let us simply celebrate this brave woman who, with the support of her mother, smashed the shrinkhala (shackles) of the society to break open into it.

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Dr. Aruna Deoskar

Director, ATSS College of Business Studies & Computer Applications, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Dr. Deoskar has been chosen for the “Best Woman Director of the Year Award (College & University)” by International Inspirational Women Awards (IIWA)-2021 an International initiative by the GISR Foundation.

Yes, you deserve to be celebrated. Cheers!!!

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Dr. Richa Chaudhary

Postdoctoral Fellow, Nanyang Technological University (NTU – among world’s top 10 universities), Singapore

Dr. Chaudhary has been chosen for the “Best Women Researcher of the Year Award (Below 35 Years)” by the GISR Foundation this year.

Yes, you deserve to be celebrated. Cheers!!!

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Ms. Niveditha B Warrier

Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Guruvayoor, Kerala, India

Warrier has been chosen for the “Performance Excellence Award” by the GISR Foundation this year.

Yes, you deserve to be celebrated. Cheers!!!

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Ms. Rohia Munavar Shaik

Marketing Manager, Infopro Learning, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Shaik has been chosen for the “Best Woman Performer in Digital Marketing Award” by International Inspirational Women Awards (IIWA)-2021 an International initiative by the GISR Foundation.

Yes, you deserve to be celebrated. Cheers!!!

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Prof. Perner Petra

Professor & Director, Futurelab Artificial Intelligence IBal-2, Leipzig, Saxonia, Germany

Prof. Petra has been chosen for the “Best Women Performer in Academic Leadership Award (Overseas)” by the GISR Foundation this year.

Yes, you deserve to be celebrated. Cheers!!!

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Mrs. Aparna Sharma

Senior HR and Managing Consultant, Surya Consulting, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Sharma has been chosen for the “Excellent Women HR Professional of the year Award” by the GISR Foundation this year.

Yes, you deserve to be celebrated. Cheers!!!

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Ms. Charvi Bhatt

Faculty & Course Lead – HND, Westford University College, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Bhatt has been chosen for the “Best Women Performer in Sports Award” by the GISR Foundation this year.

Yes, you deserve to be celebrated. Cheers!!!

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Mrs. Preeti Chauhan

Associate Professor & Head, Department of Architecture and Planning, Indira Gandhi Technical University for Women, Delhi, India

Chauhan has been chosen for the “Best Women Performer in Architecture Award” by the GISR Foundation this year.

Yes, you deserve to be celebrated. Cheers!!!

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Mrs. Sujata Kolekar

Senior Director – Delivery Executive, Capgemini India Pvt. Ltd., Pune, Maharashtra, India

Kolekar has been chosen for the “Best Women Performer in Corporate Management Award” by the GISR Foundation this year.

Yes, you deserve to be celebrated. Cheers!!!

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Footnotes

This Women’s Day, we’ve particularly decided to share names of such unrecognized figures as not many talk about it. They are achievers too. Big ones! Why not celebrate them? Also, read what the UN has to say about the women leading the world to 2030.

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There are more reasons than we can think of to feel responsible as a woman. Do you know of someone who we can celebrate too? Let us know in your comment. Tell us about your sister, mother, friend or anybody for that matter that you want to applaud for, to rejoice the contributions they’ve made in their careers. Career planning is an intense affair. iDreamCareer is the foremost in India helping millions of young minds discover their true mettle.

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