Kiran Bedi

Name Kiran Bedi
Place of birth Amritsar – 1949
Family Dad        : Prakash
Mom       : Prem Peshawaria
Sisters    : Shashi(settled in Canada), Reeta (Tennis player,writer),Anu(Tennis player)
Husband  : Shri Brij Bedi, a Textile Engineer in Amritsar.  
Daughter : Saina Bedi  
  • School – Sacred Heart School , Amritsar

  • Graduation English (Hons.) Government College for Women, Amritsar.
  • Masters in Political Science from Punjab University, Chandigarh (Topped   the University).
  • Law Degree – Delhi University, New Delhi
  • Ph.D – I.I.T., Delhi (Department of Social Sciences) on `Drug Abuse and Domestic Violence'.
  • Awarded Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship to write about the work done at Tihar Jail during my tenure as IG (Prisons)
  • Joined Indian Police Service in 1972 (the first woman in India to do so). 
  • as Deputy Inspector General (Range) Mizoram.
  • Inspector General of Prisons, of Tihar Jails, Delhi.
  •  Special Secretary to the Lt. Governor of Delhi
  • Joint Commissioner with Delhi Police.
  • Inspector General of Police, Chandigarh.
  • Joint Commissioner of Police (Training), Delhi Police

Other interests

Been a National Junior and Senior Tennis Champion and  Asian Tennis Champion.  
Community work Founded two organisations NAVJYOTI Regd. (1987) and    INDIA VISION FOUNDATION Regd. (1994)         
Books about her
  • "What Went Wrong?".collection of The fortnightly column written by Kiran Bedi
  • The Motivating Bedi by Kiran Bedi
  • It's Always Possible-by Kiran
  • ‘I  Dare!’ biography of kiran Bedi by Parmesh Dangwal
  • Kiran Bedi — The Kindly Baton,  by Dr Meenakshi Saksena,
  • ‘It’s Always Possible-By Kiran Bedi
  • "Government@net" by Sandeep Srivastava and Parminder Jeet Singh
  • President’s Gallantry Award, 1979
  • Woman of the Year Award 1980 
  • Ramon Magsaysay Award, 1994
  • Lion of the Year, 1995
  • Pride of India, 1999
  • Bharat Gaurav Award, 1999
  • And a lot more......
  • Placed in the 5th  position amongst "Ten Most Admired Indians" as per an exclusive Opinion Poll amongst a list of 100 eminent Indians conducted jointly by  "The Week" dated 10 September 2000.

  • Voted 1st  amongst  "Ten Most Admired Women"   through a nation-wide TN Sofres Mode Poll and published in  "The Week" in its issue dated 15 September 2002
  • To address International Police Chiefs Conference (1992), USA.

  • To attend National Prayer Breakfast with the President of USA in 1995. 

  • To attend “United Nations Women” Conference at BEIJING (1995)

  • Invited to address Prison Governors Association, Annual Conference at Buxton, U.K. March 2000.

  • And a lot more.....

Courtesy :KiranBedi.com
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