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    Narendra B. Verma, graduated from Bhavan’s College located in Andheri West, Mumbai. From early years of his college, he was actively involved in various social activities. He was a part of National Cadet Corps (NCC) as a senior under officer of 1st Maharashtra Armoured Squadron. He holds B and C / G II NCC certificates issued by the Defence Ministry of India.

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    Narendra B. Verma, during his college tenure was conferred with the Best Social Worker award in the year 1982-83 for his contribution toward the Saurashtra and Konkan Relief Fund Drive, by Shri I.H. Latif, the then Governor of Maharashtra, at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai.

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    In the mid-eighties when Punjab was burning due to terrorist activities, Shri Sunil Dutt the former M.P. accompanied by Narendra B. Verma held a peace march “Maha Shanti Padyatra” to restore peace in Punjab. They began their journey on 26th January, 1987 from Mumbai, Gandhi Bhavan (Gowalia Tank) and concluded at the Golden Temple in Amritsar on 13th April, which was the Baisakhi Day. The march was flagged off by the then Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri S. B. Chavan.

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    In the late eighties, the campuses of Mumbai colleges were under the clutches of drug peddlers. Narendra B. Verma took the onus of organizing an Anti-Drug Addiction Drive with the help of the former Honorable M.P. Shri Sunil Dutt and Dr. Yusuf Merchant, who runs a Drug Rehabilitation Centre; for which Narendra B. Verma was fiercely assaulted. For this awful assault all the colleges of Mumbai under the Mumbai University were shut down for one day as a mark of protest.

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    Narendra B. Verma was appointed the President of National Students’ Union of India (N.S.U.I), a student wing of the Congress party, by Shri Rajiv Gandhi, the former Prime Minister of India.

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    In 1989, Shri Narendra B. Verma had received the honour of participating in the 13th World Festival of Youth and Students at Pyongyang, North Korea, representing the Indian Government as an inspiring student leader.

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    To reduce the voting age from 21 to 18 years, Narendra B. Verma undertook a signature campaign. Nearly 1,00,000 signatures were collected and submitted to the then P.M. Rajiv Gandhi, when he had visited Mumbai.

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    Shri M.F. Hussain, a world-renowned artist was humiliated at Willington Club for walking bare-foot. It was the humility of Narendra B. Verma, who demanded an unconditional apology, for the violation of the honour of Shri M.F. Hussain from the high officials of the Club.

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    The gift of Allowed to keep terms (ATKT) facility was made available to the students of Mumbai University due to the relentless efforts of Shri Narendra B. Verma. It was his foresight and vision for a better future that he initiated ATKT and secured its approval under his leadership.

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    In November of 1988, The National Student’s Union of India (N.S.U.I.) swept the Mumbai University Polls under the leadership of Narendra B. Verma, for 3 consecutive years, defeating Bhartiya Vidyarthi Sena (BVS) formerly headed by Raj Thackrey and Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the student wings of Shiv Sena and BJP, respectively.

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    In February of 1989, on Narendra B. Verma’s invitation, the former Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi visited Mumbai and addressed an exclusive youth and students’ gathering at Shanmukhananda Hall.

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    On 19th September, 1989 around 8000 students participated in the students meet under the slogan of ‘Education and Employment for all’ where all prominent state and central leaders of congress party were in attendance.

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    In 1992, he was elected the youngest Municipal Councillor, as a Congress candidate, with a thumping majority from Versova constituency at Andheri- West, Mumbai.

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    Terrorists were killed in an encounter at Lokhandwala Complex, Versova-Mumbai by brave Police officers. Narendra B. Verma felicitated them for their outstanding acts of bravery.

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    After the demolition of the Babri masjid, communal riots flared in Mumbai from December 1992-January 1993. In order to maintain law, order and peace Narendra B. Verma constructed a full-fledged Police Chowki in his constituency at 7 Bungalows, Versova, Andheri West.

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    During Ganesh Utsav Narendra B. Verma made arrangements at the Ganesh immersion point at Seven Bungalows, Versova in his constituency, to welcome Ganesh devotees with Pushpavrushti and also arranged a team of life guards at the immersion point to prevent cases of drowning.

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    In 1999, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) was founded. Honourable Shri Sharad Pawar appointed Narendra B. Verma, as the first NCP Youth President of Mumbai Pradesh.

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    As a Youth President of Nationalist Youth Congress (NYC), he along with the then Excise Minister of Maharashtra, Shri Anil Deshmukh, raided many illegal Paan and Gutka shops and banned Paan Masala near schools and colleges.

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    A cheque of Rs. 5,00,001/- was handed over to Shri Sharad Pawar the former Chief Minister of Maharashtra towards the Odisha Relief Fund by Narendra B. Verma.

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    For employment of the youth, Narendra B. Verma took a strong stand against the decision of the Government of Maharashtra and vehemently demanded that vacancies in government jobs should be filled.

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    Narendra B. Verma staged a massive agitation for granting 50% bus concession in B.E.S.T for the students of Std 1 to 10; which was fulfilled because of his dedicated efforts.

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    Narendra B. Verma insisted on employment for the local unemployed youth in new commercial establishments like 5-star hotels and corporate offices to ensure that they are engaged in securing an income for their families.

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    During the Kargil War, Narendra B. Verma demanded the Aviation Ministry to ban Pakistan Aircrafts from entering the Indian airspace for the security of our country.

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    After the Kargil war, Narendra B. Verma wanted to evoke the feeling of patriotism among the citizens of our country, so he approached the government and the Theatre Owner’s Association to make the singing of the National Anthem mandatory in theatres. The credit of uniting all Indians through the singing of the National Anthem goes to Narendra B. Verma in 26 jan. 2003.

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    Narendra B. Verma went on a day long hunger strike at Azad Maidan Mumbai to oppose the derogatory statement made by Shiv Sena against a renowned actor of our country Shri Dilip Kumar. He met the former Governor of Maharashtra, Shri P.C. Alexander to give protection to Shri Dilip Kumar and also maintain the law-and-order situation of our great city Mumbai.

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    Shri Narendra B. Verma donated wheelchairs for the physically challenged youths on 30th January, 2010, on the occasion of the Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

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    A candle march was initiated from Gateway of India to Hutatma Chowk on 30th April, 2010 on the eve of Maharashtra Day to commemorate the Golden Festival of Maharashtra Rajya Nirman. Thousands of workers had participated in the Mahavandana rally. Shri Jayant Patil along with the organizer Shri Narendra B. Verma paid homage to the martyrs of the Sanyukta Maharashtra Movement at Hutatma Chowk on 1 May 2010 by honouring the families of martyrs at the venue with the presentation of Mangal Kalash.

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    In December 2009, Honourable Shri Sharad Pawar, NCP Chief appointed Narendra B. Verma as the NCP Chief of Mumbai; and in 2012, under his leadership, NCP contested the Mumbai Municipal Corporation election in alliance with the Congress party.

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    During the times of growing mosquito menace, to curb the spread of malaria in Mumbai, Narendra B. Verma donated medicines worth Rs. 25 Lakhs to the poor and needy of the underprivileged society.

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    In 2014, NCP Chief Honorable Shri Sharad Pawar appointed Narendra B. Verma the National Secretary/Spokesperson and co-in charge of North Eastern States like Manipur, Assam, Meghalaya and Nagaland and Goa.

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    Shri Narendra B. Verma made a valuable contribution to the society by distributing Thousand of steam vaporizers to the needy of Versova Taluka, when COVID 19 ravaged the country in 2020-21. Additionally, he raised funds to help the flood victims in Konkan, Satara, Sangli and Kolhapur districts of Maharashtra.

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    Narendra B. Verma ushered the rise of the Students Movement. Since his leadership was brought forth by the Students Movement, he was well versed with the need and significance of education. Hence, in 1999, Narendra B. Verma ventured into the field of education and started a reputed school by the name of Jankidevi Public School in his constituency at Four Bungalows, Andheri-West,Mumbai which was inaugurated on 13th June 1999. In 2010, he launched another school in Jaipur which was inaugurated on the Rajasthan Day, 30th March that year. On his mission of lighting the torch of knowledge, he gave to his people on 26th March 2021, a world class school at Dausa, Rajasthan where his roots lie, on profound public demand. All these schools are inaugurated by Shri Sharad Pawar and Shri Praful Patel.

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    Jankidevi Public School aims to develop young people into free, intelligent, emotionally integrated, morally strong, scientifically tempered and healthy young men and women of tomorrow. JPS Mumbai was adjudged one of the Best Schools of Mumbai by TIMES EDUCATION ICONS for 7 consecutive years. It is also the proud recipient of the BBC Knowledge Best School Award JPS Jaipur was conferred with the award Best School Award by the University of Wales Londan. JPS Mumbai had won the prestigious MSSA Harris Shield (Cricket U-16) and Giles shield, respectively; and many more prestigious awards. Having achieved the Best School Bus and Child Safety Awards 2017-18 and the Best Quality Bus Service Award in 2018-2019, JPS Mumbai has set the benchmark of providing the best quality services to its students. JPS Mumbai is affiliated with Cricket Australia to offer best in class training to its aspiring cricket enthusiasts.

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    Jankidevi Public School is the first school in Mumbai to house a Radio station channel called JPS Wekids Radio in Mumbai and a first of its kind, Planetarium within the campus at Dausa, Rajasthan. To ensure a wholistic development of its students, Jankidevi Public School within its premises, provides fully equipped Gymnasiums separately for boys and girls, a semi-Olympic size swimming pool, activities like Squash, Skating Rifle-shooting and an enormous well equipped auditorium in Jaipur Dausa. Multipurpose Hall for Mumbai school which can accommodate 1000 persons . And all these are offered in an affordable fee structure. In future, Narendra B. Verma aspires to extend the boundaries of his temple of knowledge to other cities of Rajasthan such as Udaipur, Jodhpur, Alwar (Delhi NCR).

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