Ex-Army Officer Sanjeev Kumar Wins Champions of Change Award
- By NewsOnFloor Staff
- Jan 27, 2020
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The founder of Asclepius Wellness Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar an ex-army officer has been graced with prestigious Champions of Change Award 2019 by Interactive Forum on Indian Economy (IFIE) a non-profit recognized by Govt. of India for his exemplary work in the field of healthcare and spreading awareness about Ayurveda. The award was presented to Mr. Sanjeev Kumar by former President Dr. Pranab Mukherjee in a special ceremony conducted at his residence in New Delhi.
Mr. Sanjeev Kumar receiving his award from Dr. Pranab Mukherjee
Speaking on his spectacular achievement Mr. Sanjeev Kumar said Having spent years in the service of my country I feel honoured to receive the Champions of Change award from someone who has held the highest office in our country. Dr. Pranab Mukherjee the former President of India is the pride of our nation and I;m humbled to receive his blessings. This achievement gives me new motivation to strive further and spread the message of Ayurveda far and wide!
Born and brought up in the city of Modinagar under Ghaziabad district Mr. Sanjeev Kumar completed his schooling and higher education from Ghaziabad itself. He started his career by serving the country through Indian Army during his tenure in the Army he had to be stationed at the border front several times. After servicing in the army for around 16 years he took retirement to pursue other means of serving his country and his people.
He spent 3 years in the direct selling industry and grew his team to millions of people. Seeing his dedication and hard work everyone followed him as a mentor. He was amazed to see how direct marketing can help make people financially independent.
Mr. Kumar also realised that unemployment and diseases are the primary cause of worry for most Indian many citizens due to which they have to live an extremely difficult life. Mr. Kumar having seen the real power of Ayurveda in his own family decided to launch his idea in the form of a healthcare company named Asclepius Wellness Private Limited a herbal Ayurvedic proprietary products manufacturing and selling company.
Today millions of people from all over the country are using the superior Ayurvedic products of his company to sustain a healthy life. They also make good earnings for themselves by making people aware about the benefits of Ayurveda and recommending these products to others.
Several other luminaries from different walks of life also received the Champions of Change Award which included prominent names like Shri Hemant Soren (CM Jharkhand); Shri Anurag Thakur (MoS Finance Corporate Affairs); Shri Manish Sisodia (Dy CM Delhi); Swami Avdheshanand Giri Ji Maharaj (Acharya Mahamandleshwar Juna Akhara); Smt. Geeta Koda Member of Parliament Acharya Balakrishnan; Smt. Shilpa Shetty Kundra and Shri Raj Kundra; Shri Suresh Oberoi; Shri Allu Arvind to name a few.
The Jury for Champions of Change Award is headed by Justice K.G. Balakrishnan (Former CJI and Former Chairman NHRC). It also included Justice Gyan Sudha Misra
(Former Judge Supreme Court of India) Pahlaj Nihalani (Former Chairman Central Board of film certification India) and Subhash Ghai (Veteran Indian Film Director).
The 2019 ceremony was the 2nd Champions of Change Award ceremony. In the first edition in 2018 Honourable Vice-President M. Venkaiah Naidu gave away the awards to winners that included an incumbent Chief Minister Union Ministers Members of Parliament District Magistrates Superintendents of Police and various social workers.
About Champions of Change Awards
An initiative of Interactive Forum on Indian Economy (IFIE) a non-profit recognized by Govt. of India The Champions of Change Awards are aimed at promoting Gandhian values cleanliness (Swachhata) community service and social development. The Champions of Change Award comprises a certificate and a gold medal.
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