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Hyderabad Girl Meher Rishika Nori to Represent India in Skill Olympics


Hyderabad Girl Meher Rishika Nori to Represent India in Skill Olympics: Meher Rishika Nori, from Hyderabad will be representing India n IT Software Solution for Business (IT SSB) at the WorldSkills 2017 which is a biggest exhibition for skills, world skills competition popularly known as ‘Skill Olympics’ in the world, which will be organised in Abu Dhabi from 14th to 19th October 2017.

Meher Rishika Nori

Meher Rishika Nori
More than 1200 competitors from 70+ countries will compete across 50 skills at this biennial competition.

Be it Meher’s college, her decisions or her career choice; everything revolves around her passion for Information Technology (IT). Meher chose to take part in the IndiaSkills 2016 where she was declared as a winner in IT Software Solutions for Business. Amongst 300 participants’ pan- India, she was the only female to qualify for the finale.

After receiving the national award, she found it as a window to the world. She gives the credit of her success to a unique program at her college – WISE, which laid the foundation to her dream in IT SSB. The thirst of doing something innovative and out-of-box thinking is what makes her distinct from others.

Congratulating the candidates representing India at WorldSkills 2017, Manish Kumar, MD & CEO, NSDC said, “On behalf of NSDC, we would like to congratulate Meher for being selected as one of the finalists to represent India at the WordSkills competition.

Representing India on a global platform is a matter of great pride and honour for all our competitors, many of whom come from very humble background. We are elated to see them develop and utilize their skills with dedication, enthusiasm and passion. We are confident that Meher and all others will perform their best at the competition and make India proud.”

“Our competitors are great ambassadors for skills in India and will motivate many in the society to hone a skill and contribute positively towards nation building”, he further added.

Source: The Hans india

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