The International Day celebrating girl child has been on the news for the good reasons. Esha Bahal, a simple yet smart student of the Noida University has bagged the prestigious position of British High Commissioner to India for a time of 24 hours.
This comes as a huge feather to the cap of Indian citizens, as Esha achieved the prominent position by subsequently winning a tough competition organized by British High Commission. The commission had held the event to mark the achievement of International Day for Girl Child, which is listed on October 11 every year.
The competition was carried out with a total of 58 women participating. Within this, age group was solely focused in between 18 and 23 across the whole nation. The contest was judged on a short video presentation of the theme of gender equality and its meaning. Esha subsequently put forward the ideas and theories that made her win the competition.
Furthermore, reactions were overwhelming across the nation. Esha, on expressing her opinions further plans to be a social entrepreneur after her higher studies are completed. Currently, she is studying public policy and law which truly describes her vision.
The British High Commissioner even shared the view of the delight of Esha winning the competition, and provide young Indian women a platform to discuss their rights. Several women in India still face the dominance of inequality over gender issues. This can be a turning point for them. With prevailing situations across the country, surrounding women inequality, and discrimination, the news of her winning did annoy and impressed several fighters who gave their best wishes to Esha.