Friday, 15 March 2013

L’Oréal Paris Femina Women Awards


This year, we’re raising a toast to the women who have inspired us all. The most admired and loved women in art, music, education, business, film and various other fields, will be honored at the L’Oréal Paris Femina Women Awards.
This is the second year of the L’Oréal Paris  Femina Women Awards and it’s time to Meet these Women of Worth.


The L’OréalParis-Femina Women Awards is all about felicitating women who have made a difference. Women who have stood up for a cause that’s closer to their hearts; whose efforts have brought smiles on faces of many, and who have helped others lead a better life.  Our list of nominees includes women who have excelled in their fields, stood by what they believed in and helped the society in general.
The aim of the L’OréalParis Femina Women Awards is to honour these women.
We have three categories in the L’Oréal Paris Femina Women AwardsThey are as follows:
·         Readers’ Choice
·         Editor’s Choice
·         Jury

Honouring women with extraordinary accomplishments, outstanding leadership qualities and exceptional commitment to their careers and communities; the L’Oréal Paris Femina Women Awards will have 17 categories including science, business and entrepreneurship, sports, art, education, television, and music, among others. 
What’s special about this year’s awards?
This year L'Oréal Paris is going a step further and will not only felicitate these remarkable women but will also provide grants to the winners of four categories that will be voted for by the readers and fans of L'Oréal Paris and Femina.
We have four categories under Readers’ Choice awards. They are as follows:
a)      Favourite Face of a Cause
b)      Science and Innovation
c)       Online Influencer
d)      Social Impact

I Voted for ..
Shabana Azmi- is the chief patron of Mijwan Welfare Society, which runs a computer training centre, two schools, a tailoring centre, a women’s self-help group to educate the villagers about micro-finance and small savings.
Neha Juneja- Her company designed The Greenway Smart Stove, a modern stove for rural consumers that uses 65 percent less fuel and produces 80 percent less smoke than traditional mud cook-stoves.
Ruhi Sheikh- is a fashion blogger at Republic of Chic. She photographs and documents designer and street fashion, beauty, art and travel in her well-designed blog.
Chetna Gala Sinha, runs a business school for women in rural Maharashtra.
Do Vote For your favorite Nominations  Here !

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