Prof. (Dr.) Divya Tanwar
Director, Sanskriti University.
Prof. (Adj) Somaiya Vidya Vihar University, Mumbai.
Chairperson, Divey Foundation, New Delhi.
Board of Directors of Centre for NAMO Studies, (CNMS) New Delhi.
Prof. Dr. Divya Tanwar, Director Sanskriti University, is a distinguished academician and cyber security specialist. She is also Professor (Adj) with Somaiya Vihar University, Mumbai. She is on the Board of Trustees of Centre for Narendra Modi Studies, New Delhi and involved in academic work with regard to Hon’ble PM’s Mann Ki Baat programme. She has over a decade long experience of teaching computer science to BCA & MCA students. She has a PhD in Computer Science with M Phil, MCA & MBA . She authored several books on Management Information Systems, Database Management System, Concept of Web Security and Data Mining and Security.
Dr. Divya Tanwar is also a passionate Social Activist and founding Chairperson of Divey Foundation (NGO). The NGO works pan India in promoting skill development of under-privileged women & girl children. Divey Foundation is about her profound belief that as we grow in life, how we pay back to society is very important and we as a nation are as good as our most unprivileged people. We can’t build 21st Century India, by leaving people from rural India and urban slums, on government efforts & support alone to improve their lives.
The skill development , which results in employability , especially for women and the poor is the most laggard. The industry and successful personalities should actively contribute towards bringing underprivileged children into the national mainstream. Divey Foundation is an attempt to provide basic education and skills to the children living in urban slums of Delhi. It provides skills to women & children for making and selling handicraft products in the market. We work for protection of women against domestic violence, by educating them about their rights, providing them legal, medical and mental support in case of crisis.
She is Executive Editor of CORPORATE INSIGHTS , a monthly magazine and actively writes on contemporary social issues of Cyber Crimes, Women Empowerment, Online Education, New Education Policy, Domestic Violence, Stress Management amongst Students, Employment Opportunities for students. She is Vice President with Indian American Chamber of Commerce and has first hand exposure to working with industry. She headed the Program Implementation of Vision Special School for serving Children with Special Needs (CWSN) under the aegis of Society for Research, Development in Education (SRDE).
Prof. (Dr.) Divya Tanwar was facilitated with ‘Suryagaurav Rashtriya Puraskar-2020’ award for exemplary contributions in the fields of Education & Social Service by Suryadatta Group of Institutions, Pune on 14th Oct, 2020 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
She was also facilitated on International Women’s Day, 2021 at Birla Academy of Arts and Culture, Kolkata. Dr Divya Tanwar was selected amongst “100 Inspiring Indians’ ‘ and also facilitated with “Global Achievers Award”’ by a leading publication and media platform, in August,2021.
She was facilitated with Face Rajdhani Ratna Award, 2022 for her social service of education and skill development under privileged women. Facilitated with Super Diva Award, 2022, by Social Bytes for her outstanding contributions in the field of Women Empowerment and Social Service. Dr Divya Tanwar and Divey Foundation were facilitated as Top Ten rising NGOs pan India for their best contribution towards upliftment of deprived sections of society.
Dr. Divya Tanwar was awarded as the Best NGO leader of the Year 2022 in Women Leadership Award,2022 by Navi Mumbai Chamber of Business and Industries. Facilitated as Women Achievers Award, 2022 by India News and Medgate Today, in New Delhi.
Her outstanding contributions in the field of social service have been acknowledged and facilitated at numerous other platforms pan India. She is Chief Patron for SMT. SHAKUNTALA SHAKTI NATIONAL AWARDS, instituted under the aegis of Divey Foundation in the memory of her late mother, aimed at facilitating individuals and organizations for their outstanding contribution in the field of social service.