Ceeka Chandra shaker goud a resident of London, UK has been selected to receive the prestigious 2015 Hind Rattan Award” in recognition of his outstanding services, achievements and contributions in welfare work. The Hind Rattan (“Jewel of India”) award is given to distinguished non resident Indians who have made exceptional contributions to society by their achievements in their respective field. This honour is bestowed by the NRI Society of India, an organization under the umbrella of the Government of India. About 25-30 recipients worldwide are selected for the honor each year.
Ceeka chandra shaker goud received the award from Smt.MEERA KUMAR (Former speaker Lok Sabha), Mr. Alain St. Ange (Minister of Tourism and Culture Seychelles), Shri Mukhatir Abbas Naqvi (Misnter of Minority Affairs)–who were the Chief Guest and along with many other dignitaries from the Government of India such as
Shri.amolak Kohil – former governor
Sri. Oscar Fernandes MP,
Shri Jual. Oram – Minster of Tribal Affairs ,
Dr.G.V.G Krishnamuthry (former Election Commissionaire )
Shri. B.P. Singh(former Governor)
Shri. Major Ved Prakash (Secretary AICC)
The selection committee considered Ceeka Chandra shaker goud work in India as well as his international contributions towards social welfare activities.
He is serving as president for Non profit organisation called Telanagan NRI forum which main intention is serving Telangana NRI’s who are living in out side India.
He is vice-president of Shamalam and Shubalam –charitable society which aims in helping people in India.
He played and lead key role as a NRI in supporting Telangana Movement and also in number of charity activities.
Ceeeka Chandra Shakher said on this occasion: “To receive an award of this order is very satisfying in itself and being first person to receive in newly formed state Telanagana and international recognition is simply overwhelming. This recognition keeps me motivated. I am privileged to have an supporting family and excellent team of friends around me without which it would not have happened.”