Dr Amit Bhalla
Dr Amit Bhalla,
Vice President of the Manav Rachna Educational Institutions
Trustee, Faridabad Navchetna Trust
The young and dynamic Dr Amit Bhalla symbolizes 21st century education. An eminent professional, educationist and nationalist, Dr Amit Bhalla has gained a prominent position in society due to the exemplary work he has done in his career. His rise to prominence in such a short span of 12 years can be attributed to his strong will power, conviction, dedication and leadership quality, which has made a distinct contribution to modernizing and revitalizing the existing education system. He has brought the world into the classroom through smart partnerships with some of the world’s most established and reputable universities and colleges. Spread across the length and breadth of the world, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions have tie-ups with Universities in Canada, Australia, Europe or America. He is well respected in the international academic community as a trendsetter who is helping to evolve education to new levels. Dr Amit Bhalla, takes a special interest in the next generation, making time for them despite his hectic work schedule. The students of his University find inspiration in his words and many have developed into exemplary young people able to multi-task. He believes that education should be balanced with extracurricular activities and has therefore given his students the opportunity to rub shoulders with world renowned sports dignitaries who visit the schools and university campuses on a regular basis. He has taken the interest in sports to a whole new level and was the mentor to his team of students who participated in creating the theme song for Delhi United at the Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi in 2010. Dr Amit Bhalla is also the Executive Member of ‘Uthan Educational Trust’ and the Trustee of ‘Sports Promotion Foundation’ an organization with an aim to promote sports in India and which is a foundation started along with ace Indian shooters Ronjan Sodhi and Manavjit Sandhu.