Parull Mahaajan joins British Herald as the Official Representative for India
New Delhi: Ms Parull Mahaajan takes over as the Official Representative for British Herald in India. She is the latest entrant to join the British Herald and will be responsible for managing Government Affairs and Administrative Relations in lieu of the policies of the British Herald. Ms Mahaajan possesses an in-depth understanding of management procedures and legal policies. Based in New Delhi, Ms Parull will coordinate with British Herald activities, plan most efficient administrative procedures and build a positive relationship between the organization and the government officials.
Hailing from a family of Bureaucrats, Ms Parull is an inspiring versatile lady who dons many hats at the same time. She actively contributes to the welfare of the society as a Lawyer, Interior Designer and a Social Activist. As an Interior designer, she promotes Khadi and Make in India initiative and focusses on specialising Green and Sustainable designs, which makes her designs stand apart from others. On the other hand, as an Activist, Ms Mahaajan works closely with the Government on several issues like Environment Conservation, Women Empowerment, Health Care and Skill Development and works for the betterment of the society.
An inspiration to others, Ms Parull is an Institution in herself. She has specialization in handling International relations and works closely with several Embassies in India for promoting Social Cultural Diplomatic and Economic Relations between India and the respective countries. Apart from these, Ms Mahaajan is a prominent social figure as she features on television shows and many of her articles have found its way in newspapers and magazines. She has also been honoured with several awards by many organizations including the Indian Council for United Nations Relations for her contributions and excellence in the field of eco-friendly and sustainable interior designs as well as for her never-ending enthusiasm for social service activities to the society.