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Pujeet Gold Medal Winner

Pujeet Gold Medal Winner

Dreams come true. Without that possibility, nature would not incite us to have them.”– John Updike

Pujeet believes the same and this belief makes him unbeatable. Our star won several gold and silver medals. He has a very keen interest in volleyball and handball. His Intellectual Impairment does not limit him from aiming high. Rather, it is never giving up attitude which keeps him going.

Akshay Bora

Akshay Bora

Meet our magician of the week “Akshay Bora” – A passionate footballer who also loves Snowboarding and long jump and marked his territory on International and National levels.

You do not necessarily need a magician’s hat, wand and a cape to do magic, all you need is a – BELIEF.

Kshitij Shandilya Gold Winner

Kshitij Shandilya Gold Winner

The more you can dream, the more you can achieve, the more you achieve, the more humbler you become. Such is our student Kshitij Shandilya who is an achiever of just sports laurels but is an achiever at heart.

His constant will to dream high despite his limitations makes him fly high too. Kshitij’s unshakeable optimism enables him to be a humble yet strong-willed individual.

Deepoanshu Nath Singh Silver Winner

Deepoanshu Nath Singh Silver Winner

We all face challenges while making our dreams come true. Some perceive them as struggles and some see them as a beautiful journey. Our student Deepanshu Nath Singh is one among those who make the best out of their life despite some lacks.

It is his outlook towards life that endows him with immense motivation to never settle or give up. Deepanshu is our true magician, a magician who holds the power to transform every opportunity in his favor.

Abhinav Sharma Gold Medal Winner

Abhinav Sharma Gold Medal Winner

In order to succeed, one’s desire for success should be greater than one’s fear of failure. Our student, Abhinav Sharma, never fears the difficulties posed by his disability. Rather, he is all the more determined to achieve heights in his life. His relentless courage of not losing heart makes him a magician who never falls behind when it comes to inspire all of us.

Rohit Raina Gold Medal

Rohit Raina Gold Medal

Kudos to all the people who try their level their best to achieve what they aspire for. Our student, Rohit Raina, is one such resilient person who is never looks back.

The only thing he knows is to work hard in a sustained and focussed manner. No doubt, Rohit is a magician who has unbelievable will power which never lets him lose hope.

His achievements are a matter of pride both for him and stand as motivation for us.

Abhinav Rawat Gold Winner

Abhinav Rawat Gold Winner

It is believed that what you sow, you reap. In order to reap success, one has to sow the best seeds of effort through constant hard work.

Our student, Abhinav Rawat, is one such strong individual who believes in putting his best foot forward in everything he does. We all are proud of him and consider him a gem in himself who never fails to shine through.

Meena Silver Medal Winner

Meena Silver Medal Winner

Winning isn’t everything–but wanting to win is.” Our student Meena always wants to win and puts in utmost efforts towards the achievement of her dreams.

She is a dreamer and along with a dreamer, she is a realist too as she knows that it is important to have patience too if the dreams are big. In 2019, she bagged a silver medal in the 1st Traditional Shito-Ryu State Karate Championship- 2019 which was organized by Traditional Shito-Ryu Karate-Do Association, India.

It gives us immense pride that she is our student, our strength and everyone’s strength.

Harsh Bhargav Gold Medal Winner

Harsh Bhargav Gold Medal Winner

It is believed that the harder the struggle, the more glorious the triumph. One of our students, Harsh Bhargav, never falls short of putting in the best efforts despite his disability and constantly struggles hard towards achieving his set goals and targets.

Such a level of dedication has enabled him to win several medals specially in cycling. Harsh’s magic lies in his strong efforts towards triumph.

Amey Kaushal Bronze Medal Winner

Amey Kaushal Bronze Medal Winner

Our student, Amey Kaushal, is his own limit and for him, there are no limits to passion, hard work and success.No wonder, he is an extremely determined individual who keeps on dreaming high and works towards achieving them intensely.

A brilliant Cycler and our dear student, Amey never fails to impress all of us with his remarkable attitude.

Vijay Silver Winner

Vijay Silver Winner

Life is what you make out of it. The onus lies on you. Our student, Vijay, is well aware of bearing this onus and he does it quite well. He is living his life to the best of his abilities.
Be it basketball, hockey or alpine skiing, Vijay is the master of all jacks.

He is one of our brightest stars who always spreads his magic of victory wherever he goes.

The unstoppable Kartik Verma even with impaired hearing condition, delayed speech and language development condition

The unstoppable Kartik Verma even with impaired hearing condition, delayed speech and language development condition

Kartik is a 15-year-old boy hailing from Noida, India, with an impaired hearing condition with delayed speech and language development. Despite his communication disabilities, Kartik has been incessantly maintaining a good academic performance at school and is currently studying in the VIIIth standard. Kartik has not only been effectively overcoming an unimaginable disability with ease but has also not let it ever come in the way of his talents. His excellence in sports ranges from Karate, Jujutsu, Kung Fu to Taekwondo. Besides being an outstanding sports man, Kartik is a great dancer too. Proving to be an inspiration to hundreds of other people with disabilities, in 2018 Kartik was awarded as the ”˜Best Dancer of the Year” by MCBN.

He got the Silver Medal for India in Newaza -46Kg category in “World JU-Jitsu Championship-2018” at Abu Dhabi and created the history. This is the first medal for India in the History of  Ju-Jitsu World  Championship.

We would like to give special thanks to “Mr. Sensei Suresh Gopi”, President of Ju-Jitsu Association of India, “Sensei Vinay Joshi”, Joint Secretary, and North India for their valuable support as well as great congratulations to “Sensei Amit Arora”, Secretary General, Ju-Jitsu Association of Uttar Pradesh and also to the coach of Kartik Verma.

Jatin Kanojia, a kid with Cerebral Palsy leaving behind all odds

Jatin Kanojia, a kid with Cerebral Palsy leaving behind all odds

Jatin is a 25-year-old enthusiastic boy from Delhi”s Ghazipur. The boy is with Cerebral Palsy but has never let this define him. Despite his disabilities, Jatin worked hard to successfully complete his education by passing his XIIth standard exams through NIOS board and by completing his graduation from Delhi University. Refuting all impossibilities, Jatin displayed exceptional commitment towards living a normal life and joined the Wave Group in 2016 as a Computer Operator. Despite the odds working against him, Jatin has remained undeterred towards building a career and is working at his job with full vigor.

Vikas Shows the Light through Vocational Training at MBCN

Vikas Shows the Light through Vocational Training at MBCN

Vocational training programmes play a key role in empowering the lives of the differently-abled. This is so because rare disabilities come with rare qualities which even a normal person cannot possess. Here, we put up an example of Vikas Midha who suffers from mild mental retardation, general seizure and Cerebellar Ataxia. His condition can be defined as a neurological deficit that comes from cerebral palsy related to cranial stenosis. But the question is that why we mention him in the conversations at Ponty Chadha Foundation (PCF).

Vikas is a real gem of Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan (MBCN), a vocational training NGO run under PCF in Noida. He had joined MBCN only in April 2003 and went on to become a sales representative within just one year. So, what it took in the world for him to become that? Only positive attitude, sheer hard work and the collaborative efforts of his family and the entire MBCN staff that walked hand-in-hand with him while he moved ahead to achieve so much in life.

Here goes his success story. Son of a retired colonel and a homemaker, Vikas is singlehandedly handling the customers, cash and the stock report while working as a sales representative at the MBCN Kiosk running since 10 years in the Centrestage Mall of Noida. The MBCN Kiosk has several outlets to showcase the products made by the students of the sheltered workshop at various prominent malls spread across the northern India.
Sheltered Workshop Project
The kiosk at Centrestage Mall sells out various products made up of printed and handmade paper. These comprise carry bags, gift box, jewellery box, envelopes, chocolate box, cards, file folder, office kit and bangle box which are handcrafted independently by the special children of MBCN under its sheltered workshop project. It is with due regard to Ponty Chadha Foundation, the philanthropic arm of WAVE Group that has taken up an initiative to run a vocational training programme under its umbrella with an attempt to empower the special people. PCF provides them opportunities to realise their talents and hidden potential while taking part in extracurricular activities.

Moulding the Talents
Like a potter, ”˜We, the #WaveRiders of MBCN” work with the differently-abled while considering them as tender and soft as clay to be moulded into independent individuals. We start over again with the same lump spinning in our hands until the imperfections are done away with and a useful vessel of the desired shape is obtained. Thus, these vessels depicting humans grow to serve a purpose in life.

It is estimated that India would require around 500 million vocationally trained helping hands by the year 2022 across various sectors. Therefore, the government and non-profit organisations are making efforts to vocationally train and tap the skills of differently-abled people to bring about a desired change. Such training plays an important part in boosting the confidence of a special person.

An atmosphere for both learning and earning was developed at MBCN while keeping the talent and interest of every candidate in mind. These special people are looked over by professionals who work for their rehabilitation. Its sheltered workshop has now attained the status of a top manufacturer and supplier in paper items. For that, the students are continuously trained in cutting, pasting, designing, fabrication methods and screen printing techniques to prepare paper goods of high quality materials to ensure durability.

In the last few years, some of the corporate houses like Lakshita Fashions have also come forward to lend a helping hand to this initiative under the corporate social responsibility. The entire profit earned with the sale of these products goes to the students in the form of stipend on the equity basis. Therefore, help them and keep following to join-in the initiative. This is our way of empowering the talented lot of MBCN.