Bharat Aggarwal is pursuing his undergraduate degree with Vivekananda Law School of Indraprastha University, New Delhi and is currently in his third year.
An intuitive thinker, he’s the team leader for the Delhi chapter of IDIA. He always strives towards perfection and in the process he’s willing to learn more from his experiences.
He adamantly believes in the quote by Albert Pike which says “What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others, in the world remains and is immortal”.
He’s always keen to derive new ideas and avenues to help the underprivileged by any means to bring a change in their lives. He’s also working as a content developer for various websites.
He’s passionate about things which interest him like innovation, cuisine, philanthropy, exploring new places, playing basketball and table-tennis.
A liitle bit about IDIA:
We at IDIA aim to spread awareness about the legal profession and help the underprivileged students gain legal education from premier law schools of the country. Our goal for the Delhi Chapter of IDIA would basically focus upon sensitizing students of the govt. schools of Delhi regarding legal profession and encourage them to appear for the I-NAT (The pre-entrance examination on the basis of which we’ll select students for free coaching from IMS coaching institutes for law entrance exams).
We look forward to active participation by many others. Our sincere hope is that IDIA will help improve the vibrancy of Indian legal education and go some way towards empowering the underprivileged and enriching their lives.
IDIA has dedicated and passionate involvement of hundreds of student volunteers from all over India. The project has already kicked off in 17 states across the country including Sikkim and Kashmir.
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