President Cambridge Indian Society
Nishant Saxena represented Cambridge University in conference named as Solidarity in Covid-19. Mr Saxena is the President of Cambridge University India Society. He was born on 19th January 2001 in Mumbai, India. Based in London (UK) where he has spent most of his life, Nishant completed his secondary education from one of the best grammar schools in the country; Queen Elizabeth’s Boys School, where he excelled with 4 A*at A levels and received the senior award for the best individual Economist in his final year. With his curiosity and passion within the field of Economics, Nishant currently studies Economics at St John’s College Cambridge where he is a first-year student.
Nishant’s eagerness to make a wider impact in society is a key motivation for him. He has undertaken a project to scale up and improve teaching pedagogies in the education sector within India and other Asian regions. He has also completed the National Citizen Service and been involved in a lot of voluntary work such as at Children’s Society.
Elected as President of the largest cultural society in Cambridge with over 400 active members, Nishant said that “i have a vision to promote the Indian culture within Cambridge through providing a dynamic social platform for all students, Indian and non-Indian alike, whilst also spreading awareness of Indian and global issues”. United South Asia admires the work done by young leader and wishes him best of luck for future .