Aditi Maheshwari From Rajasthan’s Chittaurgarh District Becomes ‘British High Commissioner’

by Dikhyaa Mohanty

Aditi Maheshwari from Rajasthan’s Chittaurgarh district, aspirant to join the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), became the British High Commissioner to India for a day by winning the ‘High Commissioner for the Day contest.

According to the reports, the British High Commission in a release stated that the event is organised annually since 2017 to celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child on October 11.

The release informed that Aditi Maheshwari experienced a broad variety of diplomatic activities on Friday as the UK’s top diplomat in India. She is the fifth winner of the India edition of the competition organised to empower the next generation of women as leaders and trail-blazers. She is pursuing her Bachelor’s in Physical Science from the University of Delhi’s Miranda House College.

The release further added that Maheshwari met the beneficiaries of a leadership programme for aspiring female politicians funded by the Chevening Alumni Programme Fund, climate experts from the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), and young leaders from the not-for-profit Global Youth.

Article Written By Dikhya Mohanty

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