Manasi Joshi Age , Height , Weight, Achievements , Wiki, Family , Education and more
Manasi Joshi Personal Details :
Full Name : Manasi Girishchandra Joshi
Date of Birth : 11th June 1989
Age : 30
Height : 171 Cms(5 Feet 7 Inches )
Weight : 68 Kgs
Educational Qualification : Bachelor of Engineering , Mumbai University
Profession : Software Engineer.
Manasi Joshi Wiki :
Apart from being a Para-athlete, Manasi is also a software-professional and a change maker. She wishes to drive a shift in how disability and Para-sport are perceived .
She did her schooling from Atomic Energy Central schools and then Bachelor in Engineering with majors in Electronics, from K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai.
She recently quit her job at Atos India where she was working as a Sr. Software Engineer and moved to Ahmedabad in first week of September.
She is now working with Ahmedabad Cooperative Bank.
She started playing badminton at the age of 10 when she got selected in a summer camp organized by Department of Atomic Energy (a talent hunt program). Over the years she has represented and won various competitions for her school, college, district and corporate organization.
In 2011, she lost her left leg in an accident and now wears an artificial leg for everyday use. She started playing badminton (professionally) in 2014 and there has been no looking back ever since.
she won the “Incredible Indian” award from Rotary International .
She loves travelling and makes sure to visit at least 3 new places a year. In her free time she loves gardening, cooking and reading .
She also gets invites from India’s premier Business Schools, Engineering Colleges , Corporate, NGOs, etc. as a keynote speaker / guest lecturer, to spread awareness about para-sports and disability .
|Dec 2014||14th Senior National Para Badminton Championship, Mumbai||Silver Medallist in SL3 Singles|
|Mar 2015||V Spanish Para Badminton International Open held at Alcudia, Spain||Represented India and fought for Bronze in SU 5 Singles|
|Sep 2015||10th BWF Para- Badminton World Championship held at Stoke Meadville, England||Silver Medallist in Mixed Doubles|
|Dec 2015||QNET National Para-Badminton Championship 2015||Silver Medallist in Mixed Doubles and Bronze Medallist in SU 5 Singles|
|June 2016||2 nd Irish Para-Badminton International 2016||Silver Medallist in SL3 Singles and Bronze Medallist|
in Women’s Doubles
|Nov 2016||Asian Para-Badminton Championships 2016||Bronze Medallist in SL3 Singles and Bronze Medallist in Women’s Doubles|
|Mar 2017||Spanish Para-Badminton International 2017||Gold Medallist in SL3 Singles (exhibition match) and Bronze Medallist in Women’s Doubles|
|Sep 2017||Japan Para-Badminton International 2017||Gold Medallist in Women’s Doubles|
|2018||Thailand Para-Badminton International||Bronze medal in women’s singles|
|2018||Asian Para Games 2018||Bronze medal in women’s singles|
|2019||Para Olympics||Gold medal in women’s single|
More Updates coming soon .