Udaipur Student to take part in JENESYS 2011 at Japan
Udaipur’s Priyanshi Kawdia will represent India in Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth Programme (JENESYS) in November 2011.
Udaipur’s Priyanshi Kawdia will represent India in “Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth Programme” (JENESYS) in November 2011.
She has been selected after going through a strict selection criteria by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Nearly 200 CBSE board students from all over India have been chosen to take part in this 10 day trip where students from south East Asian countries will meet and exchange their cultures.
Priyanshi, a class 12th student of The Study School is much excited about her upcoming journey. While talking to UT, Priyanshi said, “This is a lifetime opportunity for me and I will take every positive thing from Japan and will definitely try to offer them the best I could from my country.”
Being top in all academic activities, Priyanshi is also an outstanding kathak dancer. For her achievements in folk dance and kathak she has also received national scholarship from Center for Cultural Resource and Training (CCRT).
Mr. Vijay Joshi of The Study School said, “Priyanshi was selected after the school has nominated two students as directed by CBSE, however one of our students was not able to qualify, but Priyanshi made it.”
“She is a brilliant student, her sincerity towards everything she does is proved today as she is the only student selected from all over Udaipur to represent Udaipur and India on an International platform like JENESYS,” added Vijay.
Daughter of Ravindra Singh, a businessman and Pratibha Kawdia, a teacher, Priyanshi gives credit to her parents and school for supporting her at every step.
“I would like to become an engineer; however I am also a passionate dancer and wish to be a part-time choreographer. Academics are priority of my life but dance is something which I can’t live without,” says Priyanshi.
At present Priyanshi is busy knowing about the rich culture and traditions of Japan. She will reach Tokyo on 27th November and will return by 6th December 2011.
UdaipurTimes.com wishes her a happy and successful journey and also wishes her to make Udaipur and India proud in all her upcoming achievements.