Breaking Down Barriers and Building Hope in Rural India | Exclusive Interview
- Muskan Khandelwal
- Published on 28 Jan 2024, 9:00 am IST
- 1 minute read
- Young IAS officer Akshay Sunil Agrawal's groundbreaking projects in Nabarangpur are turning heads and sparking hope
- In this interview, he shares about the exemplary work during his tenure in Nabarangpur, Odisha
- The 2019-batch IAS officer is now posted as Collector, Sambalpur
Young IAS officer Akshay Sunil Agrawal is already making waves because of his innovative initiatives while serving in Odisha’s Nabarangpur district. From empowering tribal students through coding to tackling malnutrition in children, his work is a testament to his dedication to social upliftment.
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In an exclusive interview with Indian Masterminds, the 2019-batch officer shared about his ingenious projects like providing coding in Hindi to 15,000 students from tribal communities and ensuring safety for women and children through a city-wide monitoring system.
Mr. Agrawal’s initiatives are not just solutions to local problems; they represent a larger vision of empowering rural communities and building a brighter future for India. His dedication to public service and innovative approach to problem-solving make him an inspiring role model for aspiring civil servants and anyone who believes in the power of positive change.
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