Bhubaneswar: Odisha-based social entrepreneur, and founder of India’s first Tribal Queen Contest, Chidatmika Khatua was conferred with the Honorary Doctorate from the Commonwealth Vocational University, Kingdom of Tonga, UAE, for her outstanding contribution for tribal development.
Her book on Tribal development “ADI RANI” (Queen of Queens) was also launched on Doctoral Convocation on this occasion.
The biggest recognition she has got world-wide as founder of India’s 1st Tribal Queen Contest for her brain child project “ADI RANI” with a mission to transform the tribal talents with its Originality. This apart, she has done her research on various tribal communities, her drive is now to create a brainstorming Tribal India by Empowering TRIBAL WOMEN and connect them globally.
It is to be noted that, the Chidatmika, who created a benchmark in Indian history, now being incorporated in Indian GK current affairs as “Who is the first Tribal Queen of India”, she has been doing research on tribal culture and traditions since years.
Usually it has been witnessed that the Tribal communities showcase their talents in groups but Chidatmika has been an exception to this. She did it all solely and created a record. Earlier, she also received honorary doctorate for peace education from United Nations University for Global Peace in USA.