‘I want to be a woman’ at the age of 35

In April, an 11-year-old girl from the southern Indian city of Hyderabad was the youngest person ever to have a degree in women’s studies.

She is now an advocate at the women’s rights advocacy group Nandi Sangatte, an organisation that helps students with the difficult task of gaining admission to tertiary institutions.

Nandi Sangati, 25, has made her mark by taking on a government college for girls to study a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

She is now a full-time advocate for the rights of women in the state, and she said she is also in the process of obtaining a government degree.

“I am hoping to earn a Bachelor of Commerce (M.

Sc.) in Nursing in the coming months,” she told NDTV.”

I want my future to be in women-only colleges, but I have to wait until I graduate to know if I will be accepted.”

The Nandi Sangeatte has launched a campaign to raise awareness about women’s issues and help women overcome barriers to achieving the highest level of education.

The organisation has more than 500 members across the country and has organised educational sessions on the issues of women, empowerment and empowerment of women.

“It’s our duty to give women empowerment and make them realise they can achieve anything,” said Nandi.

“We need to educate girls from a young age that they are not only human, they are capable of great things.”

We need a higher education for girls in the country.

“The organization has also worked to educate the women of Hyderabadi.

Its students were instrumental in mobilising the city in their fight for better conditions at the state government college of women and girls.”

Nandi said the group was also working to change the mindset of young girls in a bid to improve the quality of their education.””

Now we are in the midst of campaigning to get women into the colleges of education.”

Nandi said the group was also working to change the mindset of young girls in a bid to improve the quality of their education.

“The students were in charge of the campaigns to make sure that we did not forget about the poor conditions they were living under,” she said.

“As a result, a lot of girls are now pursuing higher education, which is good.”

The group has also been active in fighting for women’s justice and women’s empowerment in the media.

“Every year we make sure the news reaches the youth.

We work to make their voice heard,” Sarvear said.