Fellow Profile​

Jagruti Jethwani

A 21-year-old Indian girl who is a performance-driven learner. I care deeply about how the youth can contribute to a better India, and try to consciously make efforts to play my small role in the same.I believe each experience comes to us with a purpose, sometimes much higher than our understanding, and therefore, I am not afraid of challenges.I am gritty and get the job done by putting in the hard work. I can adapt to different situations and enjoy working with and leading teams. I believe smart enterprises working towards a cause and educated children are the future of the nation.

Look through some of their Body of Work

Miles To Go Before I Sleep

Who Am I? How do people see me? How do I see myself? What is my personality?  My mind was filled with these questions. Don’t worry, I was not in the middle of an identity crisis, I assure you. I was working on my childhood

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The Happy Meal

I can’t call myself a foodie but I enjoy eating good food. I am a big fan of the appetizers irrespective of their cuisine. A problem we faced in the lockdown while ordering food from outside was to place the order of appetizers and the

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The Small Bites of Happiness

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens Brown paper packages tied up with strings These are a few of my favorite things loved singing this song in middle school. Our teacher, Mrs. D’Souza had created a magical world

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In Search of Happiness - Part 2

The Maharaja Thali Of Happiness

hile growing up, my parents strongly believed in making me earn the luxuries they could provide. One of the earliest memories I have is them trying hard to get me into the school. I remember it all depended on my interview, and before I went

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This or That - My State of Mind

Perfectly Unorganised

  hile growing up, my parents emphasized having a neat, tidy, and organized lifestyle. They lived this life around my sister and me, hoping, we would watch and learn. If my mother wants me to do something, she points out repeatedly until my brain gets

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