Here are some resources for educated transgender people in India:
⦁ The Humsafar Trust is a non-profit organization that works for the welfare of sexual minorities in India.
⦁ The Naz Foundation India Trust is another non-profit organization that works for the rights of sexual minorities in India.
⦁ The Transgender Resource Centre is a website that provides information and resources for transgender people in India. They have a section on education that includes information on scholarships and other financial aid opportunities for transgender students.
⦁ The Rainbow Pride Collective is a group of transgender activists in India. They have a website with information and resources for transgender people, including educational resources.
I hope these resources are helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
There are many educated transgender individuals in India who have pursued higher education and made significant contributions in various fields. While it is not possible to provide an exhaustive list, here are a few notable examples:⦁
Dr. Manabi Bandopadhyay: Dr. Manabi Bandopadhyay is the first transgender person in India to become a college principal. She holds a PhD in Bengali literature and has served as the principal of Krishnagar Women’s College in West Bengal.
⦁ Akkai Padmashali: Akkai Padmashali is a transgender activist and public speaker from Karnataka. She is known for her advocacy work on transgender rights and has been recognized for her efforts in creating awareness and promoting equality.
⦁ Gauri Sawant: Gauri Sawant is a transgender activist and social worker who has been actively involved in advocating for transgender rights and welfare. She is the founder of the NGO Sakhi Char Chowghi Trust, which works towards supporting transgender individuals.
⦁ Kalki Subramaniam: Kalki Subramaniam is a transgender rights activist, artist, and writer. She is the founder of the Sahodari Foundation, an organization that works for the empowerment of transgender people through education and livelihood programs.
⦁ Apsara Reddy: Apsara Reddy is a journalist, political activist, and the first transgender spokesperson of a national political party in India. She has been involved in political advocacy and has spoken up on various issues related to the transgender community.
These are just a few examples of educated and accomplished transgender individuals in India. There are many others who have excelled in fields such as academia, arts, entertainment, entrepreneurship, and more. The achievements of these individuals highlight the talent, resilience, and contributions of transgender people in Indian society.