J&K’s Hanaya Nisar receives PM Rashtriya Bal Puraskar

TNN Bureau. Updated: 1/24/2023 1:40:51 AM Front Page

Jammu: Hanaya Nisar of Jammu and Kashmir has received Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2023 in the sports category by President DroupadiMurmu.
Hanaya Nisar has been an SQAY martial arts player for the last seven years. She represented India in the 3rd World SQAY Martial Arts Championship at Chingju, South Korea (October, 2018) at the tender age of 12 years and bagged a gold medal.
SQAY is the ancient traditional martial art of Kashmir.
This year, the PM Rashtriya Bal Puraskar (PMRBP) was conferred on 11 children selected for their exceptional achievement in the fields of art and culture (4), bravery (1), innovation (2), social service (1), and sports (3).
Among the awardees was Aadithya Suresh who even after being diagnosed with a bone disorder since birth (osteogenesis imperfecta) transformed himself into a singer.
As of now, he has performed at more than 500 singing events including those on different TV channels. He has won the award in the field of art and culture.
M Gauravi Reddy was another awardee in the field who is an accomplished dancer and has performed classical dance on various platforms.
Other awardee included Shreya Bhattacharjee, 12, a tabla artiste who has registered a record of playing the instrument for the longest duration in India Book of Records, according to a government citation.
Besides various awards, Shreya stood first in the All North-East Tabla Solo Competition, All India Pt. Rupak Kulkarni Music Competition and All India Tabla Solo Competition. She was also awarded a gold medal at the 9th Cultural Olympiad of Performing Arts.
In the bravery category, Rohan Ramchandra Bahir was awarded for saving a woman's life by jumping into a river .
In the category of innovation, Aditya Pratap Singh Chauhan was awarded who developed a unique technology named 'MICROPA' to detect and filter micro-plastics from drinking water. The detection is done through Nile Red Dye, followed by quantification using a computer algorithm. Project 'MICROPA' is not just an efficient solution to micro- plastics, but is also cost-effective.
Another awardee in the innovation category was Rishi Shiv Prasanna who with a certified IQ level of 180 is the youngest certified android application developer, the citation said.
He is also the youngest YouTuber who runs a channel and in every episode he shares insights on science-related topics.
In the field of sports, ShauryajitRanjitkumarKhaire who is a 10-year-old national level Mallakhamb player was awarded.
This youngest medallist among all sports has bagged a bronze medal in the standing Pole Open Category at the National Games 2022 held in Gujarat. Apart from this, he has received three bronze medals at the National Level Championships conducted by the Mallakhamb Federation of India.
The government gives the PMRBP award to children for their exceptional achievements. The award is conferred on children in the age group 5-18 years for their excellence in different fields.

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