Change makers take the path less trodden’, it is because they have the courage to think differently and question the Why & How on different subject matter. This example has never rung truer than the present times. A South Mum- bai resident, Hrivvaan Rachit Baksshi, son of Rachit Bakshi & Hetal Bhanushali Bakshi, is vanquishing the world stage, doing what he does best astounding individu- als with his aptitude.
The 4-year-old recently justified the platform offered at The National Centre for Educational Development panel, bagging the National Child Excellence Award as he topped in 7 competitions all child across India.
Preceding National Child Excellence Award, 2021, Hrivvaan under the guid- ance of Bijal Creatives had brought home the bacon at similar competitions in the same year organized under NEHRDO, namely All India Swachh Bharat Art Compe- tition securing A++ at State Level; clinching him a rank among the highest five at the National Level & All India Aatmanirbhar Bharat Art Competition successfully achieving A++ in Drawing Competition at State Level. Honing his English skills, Hrivvaan also came up trumps in the National Phon ics Olympiad 2021, position ing eighth across India under the guidance of Kalpana Jain.
Looking confident and sprightly, Hrivvaan rose to the occasion by acing the Mental Maths Competition hosted for children of minimum six to seven years of age, coordinat ed by Global Maths Science Education in association with Math Vision PTE, LTD. Sin gapore hitting the scorecard with a perfect 100.
Future change makers are a by-product of both their society and the educational system therefore, the need of the hour to evaluate them. Since society is a work in progress, podiums such as NEHRDO, Global Mental Maths & Phonics Olympi ad make conscious efforts directed towards children’s accomplishments as it plays the catalyst for change that we want to witness in our future generations and grad ually sweeping into our social fabric.