An Invitation to Discover & Prosper with Modern Madhya Pradesh
WHO'S WHO IN MP
SMT. ANANDIBEN MAFATBHAI PATEL
Kharod, Taluka Vijaypur, Dist. Mehsana
MSc., M.Ed. (Gold Medalist)
Date of Birth
Retired Principal (Mohinaba High School, Ahmedabad.) and Social Service,
Member of RajyaSabha, 1994-98 Member of 10th Gujarat Legislative Assembly from 1998-2002 (Mandal Constituency) and held portfolio as Minister of State for Education (Except Adult Education) (Independent Charge), Woman and Child Welfare (Independent Charge) Gujarat 1998-99 Minister for Education (Primary, Secondary, Adult), Woman and Child Welfare 1999-2002 Member of 11th Gujarat Legislative Assembly, 2002-07 (Patan Constituency) and held portfolio as Cabinet Minister of Education (Primary, Secondary and Adult), Higher and Technical Education, Woman and Child Welfare, Sports, Youth and Cultural Activities Member of 12th Gujarat Legislative Assembly, 2007-12 (Patan Costituency) Revenue, Disaster Management, Roads and Buildings, Capital Project, Woman and Child Welfare from 4th January 2008 to 25th December 2012 Revenue, Drought Relief, Land Reforms, Rehabilitation Reconstruction, Roads and Buildings, Capital Project, Urban Development Urban Housing from 26th December 2012 to 21st May 2014 Became first lady Chief Minister of Gujrat state since 22nd May 2014 to 7th August 2016
Chairperson, Pradesh Women Front, Bharatiya Janta Party, 1988-90 and 1992-96 n Vice President, Pradesh Bharatiya Janta Party, 1990-92. Member, National Executive Committee for eight years National Executive Committee, Women Wing(BJMM) During her school days she had received 'Virbala' Award in the School Sports Festival of Mehsana District in 1988 She was awarded with the 'Best Teacher's Award' of Gujarat State,in 1990 She was honoured with the 'Best Teacher's Award' at National level. For saving two drowning girls of Mohinata Kanya Vidyalaya from the river Narmada , she was awarded 'Gallantry Award' of Gujarat Govt. She was awarded with 'Chaarumati Yoddha Award' by 'Jyotisangh', Ahmedabad. The Sardar Patel Award by the Patel 'Jagruti Mandal', Mumbai in the year 1999, the 'Vidyagaurav Puraskar' by Shri Tapodhan Brahman Vikas Mandal in the year 2000 and the 'Patidar Shiromani Award' in 2005 by the Patel Community. n She was also honoured by the Ambubhai Purani Vyayam Vidyalaya, Rajpipala.
Occasionally writes articles in the magazines such as 'Dharati', 'Sadhana' and 'Sakhi
Reading, Writing, Travelling, Public - Relation.
As the Delegate of Govt. of India, Visited Beijing (China) to attend the 4th World Women's Conference. In 1996 She visited Bulgaria with the Indian Parliamentary Delegation and also undertaken education study tour of France, Germany, Holland, England, Netherlands, America, Canada, Mexico etc. in 2002 as a Delegate of Gujarat Branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association to the 48th C.P. Conference. She visited Namibia and also visited South Africa as a part of her study tour. In September 2009 she represented Gujarat in the 'Village India' Program held in London..
Dharam', Near Shaan Bungalows, Shilaj, Taluka Daskroi, Dist. Ahmedabad.
K-3, Sector-19, Gandhinagar.
O P Kohli
Late Shri Manohar Lal Kohli
Late Shrimati Shiv Devi
Date of Birth
August 9, 1935
Place of Birth
Shrimati Avinash Kohli
Three : (Son Vishu Kohli
MA (Hindi) from University of Delhi Prabhakar from Punjab University Sahitya Ratna from Prayag
Worked as a lecturer at Hansraj College & Deshbandhu College (University of Delhi) for over 37 years. Retired as a Reader in 1994.
Was PM of Hansraj College (University of Delhi) Parliament Was a Member of Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) Executive. Was All India President of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) for 3 consecutive terms.
Was President of Delhi University's Teachers Association (DUTA) from 1973-79.
Was arrested under MISA for 19 months during the National Emergency and lodged in Delhi, Agra and Varanasi Jails.
Years in Parliament
Member, Committee on papers to be laid on the table of Rajya Sabha.
Organizational responsibilities held
Incharge (Prabhari) of Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Academics and educational activities.
He resumed the office of the Governor of Gujrat on 16th July, 2014.
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