National Bravery Awards Winners List
National Bravery Award:
Under the National Bravery Award, a medal, certificate and cash amount are given. Financial assistance is also given to them till they complete their schooling. Some state governments also give them financial assistance. Since the year 1957 till now 963 brave children have been given these awards. In which 680 are boys and 283 are girls.
Selection Process of National Bravery Award:
The National Brewery Award is organized by the Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW). A high level committee is formed for this honor. This committee consists of 36 members. This committee consists of members from Rashtrapati Bhavan, ICCW, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Social Justice, IPS officers, NGOs related to children.
The District Magistrates of all the districts send the stories of the brave children of their respective districts to this committee and this committee selects these children. Information about all children should be available by September 30. Because after that the selection process gets closed.
The National Bravery Award consists of five categories:
- India Award since 1987
- Sanjay Chopra Award since 1978
- Geeta Chopra Award since 1978
- Bapu Gaidhani Award since 1988
- General National Bravery Award since 1957
Winners of National Child Bravery Award 2023:
- Anushka Jolly (Dilili)
- Aditya Surya (Kerala)
- M . Gauravi Randi(cognizable)
- Sambhav Mishra (Odisha)
- Shreya Bhattacharya (Assam)
- Rohan Ramchandra Bahir (Maharashtra)
- Aditya Pratap Singh Chauhan (Chhattisgarh)
- Rishi Shiva Prasanna (Karnataka)
- Shauryajit Ranjitkumar Khaire (Gujarat)
- K Meenakshi (State)
- Hanaya Nisar (Jammu and Kashmir)
Winners of National Child Bravery Award 2022:
The Union Ministry of Women and Child Development has announced the National Child Award winners for the year 2022. A total of 29 children were honored with this award which includes 15 boys and 14 girls from 21 states and union territories. The children honored fall in a variety of categories; Which includes - Innovation, Social Service, Educational, Sports, Art & Culture and Bravery. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself will give this award to everyone with his own hands.
Gauri Maheshwari (Rajasthan)
Remona Ivet Pereira (Karnataka)
Devi Prasad (Kerala)
Syed Fatin Ahmed (Karnataka)
Daulas Lambamayum (Manipur)
Dhritishman Chakraborty (Assam)
Gurugu Himapriya (Andhra Pradesh)
Shivangi Kale (Maharashtra)
Dheeraj Kumar (Bihar)
Shivam Rawat (Uttarakhand)
Vaishalini N C (Tamil Nadu)
Jui Abhijeet Keskar (Maharashtra)
Puhabi Chakraborty (Tripura)
Aswatha Biju (Tamil Nadu)
Banita Das (Odisha)
Tanish Sethi (Haryana)
Avi Sharma (Madhya Pradesh)
Midhansh Kumar Gupta (Punjab)
Abhinav Kumar Chowdhary (Uttar Pradesh)
Pal Sakshi (Bihar)
Aakarsh Kaushal (Haryana)
Aarushi Kotwal (Jammu and Kashmir)
Shriya Lohia (Himachal Pradesh)
Telukunta Virat Chandra (Telangana)
Chandhari Singh Chowdhary (Uttar Pradesh)
Jia Rai (Uttar Pradesh)
Swayam Patil (Maharashtra)
Tarushi Gaur (Chandigarh)
Anvi Vijay Janjarukia (Gujarat)
Winners of National Child Bravery Award 2021:
32 children from across the country were honored with the Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2021. The Government of India is honoring children with exceptional ability and outstanding achievements in the fields of innovation, education, sports, art and culture, social service and bravery with the Prime Minister's National Child Award.
Ameya Lagudu (Andhra Pradesh)
Vyom Ahuja (Uttar Pradesh)
Hriday R Krishna (Kerala)
Anurag Ramola (Uttarakhand)
Tanuj Samaddar (Assam)
Venish Kesham (Manipur)
Harmony Day (West Bengal)
Jyoti Kumari (Bihar)
Kunwar Divyansh Singh (Uttar Pradesh)
Kameshwar Jagannath Waghmare (Maharashtra)
Rakesh Krishna K (Karnataka)
Shrinabh Maujesh Agarwal (Maharashtra)
Veer Kashyap (Karnataka)
Namya Joshi (Punjab)
Archit Rahul Patil (Maharashtra)
Ayush Ranjan (Sikkim)
Hemesh Chadalvada (Telangana)
Chirag Bhansali (Uttar Pradesh)
Harmanjot Singh (Jammu and Kashmir)
Mo. Shoaib (Uttar Pradesh)
Anvesh Shubham Pradhan (Odisha)
Anuj Jain (Madhya Pradesh)
Sonit Sisolkar (Maharashtra)
Fame Singh (Tamil Nadu)
Savita Kumari (Jharkhand)
Arshiya Das (Tripura)
Palak Sharma (Madhya Pradesh)
Mohammad Rafi (Uttar Pradesh)
Kamya Karthikeyan (Maharashtra)
Khushi Chirag Patel (Gujarat)
Mantra Jitendra Harkhani (Gujarat)
Winners of National Child Bravery Award 2019:
22 children including 10 girls and 12 boys have been nominated for the National Bravery Awards 2019. The award will be given posthumously to one of the 22 children selected by the Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW).
- Muhammad Muhsin - A 16-year-old boy from Kerala's Kozhikode district drowned while trying to save three of his friends from rough seas in April last year. He has been posthumously selected for the ICCW Abhimanyu Award.
- Aditya K. - Another 15-year-old Kerala resident was awarded the Bharat Award as he saved over 40 lives when they were setting fire to a bus that was caught in Nepal in May 2019. Aditya later told media personnel that he eventually wanted to join the Indian Air Force.
- Sartaj Mohideen Mughal and Mudasir Ashraf - two youths from Jammu and Kashmir from Kupwara and Budgam respectively - were awarded last year for their display of gallantry in the former state. Ashraf attempted to rescue Kefayet Hussain who had crashed an IAF Mi-17 helicopter in Budgam in February 9.
- Caroline Malaswamlutangi - Malasawmatlungi lives in Mizoram. The girl has been awarded gallantry award for her presence of mind which saved a child from being kidnapped.
- Kamal Krishna Das – In September 2018, Das jumped into the flooded Brahmaputra river in Assam to save his mother, aunt and a stranger.
- Rakhi - 10-year-old Rakhi was given the ICCW Markandeya Award, Ho hailing from Uttarakhand saved her 4-year-old brother from a leopard attack. She was seriously injured in the act.
- Mrs. Badra - 10-year-old Badra was awarded the ICCW Prahlad Award as she saved her friend who lost her right leg and nearly lost her life on a railway track in November 2018.
List of other children selected for the award:
The bravery award recipients include Kanti Paikra and Bhaneshwari Nirmalkar (both from Chhattisgarh), Aarti Kiran Shet and Venkatesh (both from Karnataka), Jane Sadavarte and Akash Machil Khalare (both from Maharashtra), Poornima Giri and Sabita Giri (both from Odisha). Huh. ), Alika, Laurebum Yikhomba Mangang (Manipur), Everbloom's Nongram (Meghalaya), Laliansanga, and Vanlaharitrang (both from Mizoram).
National Child Bravery Award 2018 Winners:
The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi presented the National Bravery Awards to 18 children selected from different parts of the country on 24 January 2018. These children were selected by the Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW) for this honor from across the country. The National Bravery Award Scheme was initiated by the ICCW in 1957 to recognize children who have distinguished themselves by their exceptional gallantry deeds and meritorious service.
This award is given every year to brave children having high spirits and indomitable courage. The age of these children is between 06 years to 18 years. A total of 18 children will be awarded the National Child Bravery Award this year, which includes 7 girls and 11 boys.
National Bravery Award 2018 Winner List:
This award is the highest award for gallantry. This award has been given to 16-year-old Nazia from Agra Uttar Pradesh. Raised voice against illegal gambling and betting bases going on for 40 years in Mantola area of Agra city of Uttar Pradesh. All the residents and shopkeepers of the area were terrorized by this illegal work, but Nazia raised her voice without any fear, Nazia gathered evidence against this illegal work and sent four people to jail. But after that the miscreants turned more against him.
Nazia found it difficult to leave the house and her house was attacked. His family members start thinking of selling their house and going somewhere far away. Jia refused to leave the house. Now he directly tweeted (July 2016) directly to the Chief Minister of UP. What was then the entire police-administration swung into action and a big campaign was launched against the miscreants and bookies. The security of Nazia was also ensured.
Geeta Chopra Award (Posthumous):
Netravathi M Chavan, a resident of Karnataka, rescued two children drowning in a pond. But she drowned herself in this 30 feet deep pond. Netravati, who fearlessly sacrificing her life in the face of danger while saving the lives of children, was awarded the Geeta Chopra Gallantry Award.
Sanjay Chopra Awards:
On 20 September 2016, Karanbir was returning home by school bus. Then the bus going at an unbalanced speed fell into the drain. Karanbir bravely came out by breaking the door of the bus and helped 15 young children to get out of the bus. In this incident 08 children were saved but seven children lost their lives. Karanbir wants to become a police officer when he grows up. She has been awarded the Sanjay Chopra Award. Please tell that Karanbir was from Punjab.
Bapu Gaidhani Award:
Mamta Dalai, only six years old, fought a crocodile and saved her sister's life. This incident happened on 06 April 2017 in Odisha for which he was given the Bapu Gaidhani Award.
On 10 July 2016, Pankaj Semwal saved his mother's life from a leopard in Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand. In order to save his mother, Pankaj clashed with Guldar and with the help of a wood, drove him away from the house. Pankaj's mother was injured in this incident. Awarded Gallantry Award for brave and patient bravery of Pankaj.
On July 1, 2016, Samriddhi was alone at home when a thief broke into the house. But Samridhi confronts the armed thief and drives him out of the house. Samridhi was also injured in this courageous action.
Rajeshwari: 13-year-old Rajeshwari saved her aunt and cousin from drowning by giving her life, but gave her life. The incident happened on 10 November 2016 in Manipur.
List of other children selected for the award:
Laxmi Yadav (Raipur, Chhattisgarh)
Manasa N (Nagaland)
N shangpon konayak
Samridhi Sushil Sharma (Gujarat)
Pankaj Semwa (Uttarakhand)
Nadaf Ejaz Abdul Rauf (Maharashtra)
Pankaj Kumar Mahant (Odisha)
Winner of National Child Bravery Award 2017:
The recipients of the National Bravery Awards for the year 2017 include 11 boys and 7 girls. This time India award will be given to Nazia of Agra who raised her voice against gambling and betting. Of the 18 children whose names have been shortlisted, three will be awarded posthumously.
On January 24, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will present gallantry awards to everyone in his hands. President Ram Nath Kovind will organize a welcome program for these children. The families of those who received the award posthumously will receive this honour.
National Bravery Award 2017 Winner List:
Tushar Verma (Chhattisgarh)
Bapu Gaidhani Award Rolahpui (Mizoram)
Bapu Gaidhani Award Lalharitpui (Mizoram)
Bapu Gaidhani Award Tar Peju (Arunachal Pradesh)
India Award Tejasvid Pradhan (West Bengal)
Geeta Chopra Award Shivani Gond (West Bengal)
Geeta Chopra Award Sumit Mamain (Uttarakhand)
List of other children selected for Sanjay Chopra Award Award:
Neelam Dhruva (Chhattisgarh)
Sonu Mali (Rajasthan)
Mohan Sethi (Odisha)
Siya Bamansa Khod Thangaleen Mangankim Prafulla Sharma Moirangtem Sadanand
Aditya Pillai (Kerala)
Angshi Pandey (Uttar Pradesh)
Vinil Manjili (Kerala)
Akshat Sharma (Delhi)
Akshata Sharma (Delhi)
Akhil K. Cebu (Kerala)
Naman (Delhi) Nisha Dilip Patil Badrunissa KP Kerala Pel Devi (Jammu and Kashmir)
Winners of National Child Bravery Award 2015:
Sanjay Chopra Award Monica
Bapu Gaidhani Award Gunjan Sharma
Geeta Chopra Award Rumoh Meto
Bapu Gaidhani Award Resham Fatma
India Award Riya Choudhary
Bapu Gaidhani Award Akil Mohammad N Kashmir Gen
National Gallantry Award Anjit P Gen
National Gallantry Award Gaurav Kumar Bharti Gen
National Gallantry Award Hiral Jitubhai Halpati Gen
National Bravery Award Midhun P P Gen
National Gallantry Award Ripa Das Gen
National Gallantry Award Josh Jitendra Marathe Gen
National Gallantry Award Rajdeep Das Gen
National Gallantry Award Stevenson Laurining Gen
National Gallantry Award Ashwini Bandhu Ughade Gen
National Gallantry Award Gaurav Kumar Bharti Gen
National Gallantry Award L. Branson Singh Gen
National Gallantry Award Benevant Gen
National Gallantry Award G Tuldev Sharma Gen
National Gallantry Award Mahobeni Edung Gen
National Bravery Award Masak LK Remanalanghaka
General National Gallantry Award Sahanesh R Gen
National Bravery Award