Her father Narayan Rao Patil was a prosperous Solanki Rajput who himself was a local politician. During her tenure, Patil has undertaken 12 foreign trips, covering 22 countries across four continents and spending 79 days abroad. She established Vidya Bharati Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, which is an educational institute that owns a chain of schools and colleges in Amravati, Jalgaon, Pune, and Mumbai, and an engineering college in Jalgaon for the students from the countryside. In fact, almost all the convicts pardoned are guilty of the most blood-curdling crimes. Patil eventually abandoned that project and moved into a renovated house in Pune. These answers shocked a district magistrate who has ordered a probe into the authenticity of the teacher's qualification based on which she got a job in a government school. This broad education empowered her intellectually in her work as minister of various state departments and later in various constitutional positions at the Centre.
In the weeks leading up to the election, Patil faced several controversies, including accusations of shielding her brother and husband in connection of unrelated deaths of a teacher named Kisan Dhage and English professor Vishram Patil. She excelled during her college days, in table tennis to the extent of winning medals in various inter-college tournaments. Concordand not discord is the way forward for a country as large as India. In the field of education, Dr. She has two children, a daughter, Smt. She received her initial education at R.
She has also served as Director of National Federation of Urban Co-operative Bank and Credit Societies and the member of Governing Council, National Co-operative Union of India. She was instrumental in organizing music, computer and sewing classes for the poor and needy women at Amravati, Maharashtra. The Spanish-born princess was a newscaster before her marriage. Queen Sofia poses before a gala dinner in Madrid, on Tuesday, April 21, 2009 for Indian President Pratibha Patil. Former President Pranab Mukherjee also attended the Iftar party after reports surfaced that he was not invited.
Besides holding the position of Director and Vice-Chairperson, National Federation of Urban Cooperative Banks and Credit Societies, she also served as Member, Governing Council, National Cooperative Union of India and Chairperson, 20-Point Programme Implementation Committee, Government of Maharashtra. A term of retirement from governmental issues took after later in that decade. But it was she on whose head the crown of the first female President was to put on, so she was declared elected on July 22, 2007. Patil left the upper house in 1990 and was elected to represent in the lower house in 1991. She lost her mother at an early age of 12 and was brought up under strict supervision of her aunt Baasaheb who ensured that she observed all customs of her community especially the religious ones. Her early childhood was spent in Jalgaon and Chalisgaon besides her ancestral village of Nadgaon.
Dr Manmohan Singh was the Prime Minister throughout her tenure. She enjoys the unique distinction of not having lost a single election that she contested till date. Immediately prior to her election as the President of India, Smt. Gopi and Mohan Tamil Nadu and Molai Ram and Santosh Madhya Pradesh had raped and murdered little girls. An accomplished educationist and social worker, he was the inaugural mayor of Amravati Municipal Corporation. She played a pioneering role in setting up the Mahila Vikas Mahamandal, a Maharashtra State Government undertaking for the development of women. Shekhawat has been a senate member and acting Vice-Chancellor of Amravati University and was also member of Maharashtra State School Education Board committee for defining the Chemistry subject curriculum and jointly authored text books for middle school.
Patil earned a in and at Moolji Jaitha College, , and later received a law degree from Government Law College, Bombay. In 1962, at 27 years old, she winds up chose to the Maharashtra Legislative get together for the Jalgaon voting demographic. Patil was elected to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly on a Congress ticket in 1962 and consistently won the state elections between 1967 and 1985. However, she made the full use of the limited power allocated to her position by the Indian constitution. She enjoys the unique distinction of not having lost a single election that she contested till date. On July 7, 1965, Pratibha Patil married Dr Devisingh Ransingh Shekhawat, who was a lecturer of Chemistry then. School and college education from Moolje Jaitha College, Jalgaon.
Jyoti Rathore and a son, Shri Rajendra Singh. Patil is married to Dr. She has also invested in setting up Shram Sadhana Trust, which oversees several hostels in New Delhi catering to working women; Sant Muktabai Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana, a Muktainagar-based cooperative sugar factory; and Pratibha Mahila Sahakari Bank, a cooperative bank whose license was cancelled by the Reserve Bank of India in February 2003. She married Devisingh Ramsingh Shekhwat at the age of 31, on July 7th, 1965 after she got a perfect match. Venkataraman got elected as President of India.
Pratibha Devisingh Patil, Former President of India. They also assessed that her long hiatus from politics and her beliefs in the supernatural made her unfit for the job. Patil made full use of the Presidentship to benefit herself and the ones close to her in a brazen display of abuse of power as could be, and yet seemed to escape the wrath of the Indian populace and the vulture-gaze of the media almost totally. She joined the Congress Party and entered politics in 1962 as a member of the legislative assembly. She attended the International Council on Social Welfare conferences at Nairobi and at Puerto Rico.