Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva
Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva (black saree) while receiving the award

Assam's Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva Honoured With Suryagaurav Rashtriya Purashkar

November 30, 2020

Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva, a Delhi-based author hailing from Assam, on November 27 was honoured with the prestigious Suryagaurav Rashtriya Purashkar 2020  (Suryagaurav National Award).

The award has been bestowed on her for her valuable contribution in Global Literary Acumen, Skill Development Training and Missionary Services for the Community.

The award was given away by Suryadatta Education Foundation in a function held at the Taj West End, Bengaluru.

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Suryadatta Education Foundation recognizes exemplary work done by eminent personalities in various fields by this award every year and only five eminent personalities of India were honoured this year.

Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva is the only woman awardee among the five eminent personalities honoured with this award.

Although she contributes her services across the globe and resides in different parts of the country contributing her services, she is born and brought up in Assam.

She had been also invited as the Chief Guest and Moderator of the panel discussions of National Educational Awards on the same day, organized nationally and internationally by Begin up Research Private Limited Bangaluru founded by Dr Anand G Naik who was also awarded the Suryagaurav National Award 2020.

On August 15 this year, she was honoured jointly by the Gujarat Sahitya Academy and Motivational Strips for showing literary excellence at par with global standards.

She has been an author of repute and over the years she has carved a niche for herself among the book lovers across the globe.

Previously, Mousumi Kalita was also awarded as one among India’s most inspirational writer in 2018 by The Indian Awaz.

She has also been awarded Nobel Laureate Kabi Rabindranath Tagore Award 2020.

Mousumi Kalita has also been honoured at the Army Women Welfare Association Day in 2019 as India’s inspirational figure to the families of Indian Army.

Apart from being an author, she is also a trainer of English literature and soft skills.

She has been training and teaching in many institutions across the length and breadth of the country.

She is often called ‘Students’ Friend’ and she has carved a niche for herself among her students.

She has been the coordinator of the English Language Quality Standards Programme of British Council and as the Head of the English Department.

Among the books authored by Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva are Lockdown Stories (two parts), The Pride of Being Different, Love Remains Undefined, Making Impossible Possible, and The Blend of the Real and Imagination.

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