Having graduated in Philosophy from Miranda House, Delhi University, Ms Richashree secures an in-depth knowledge of jurisprudence, socio-political philosophy and ethics. Ms Richashree has been an arm to the Gandhi Fellowship Program and has mentored schools and educational institutions to direct them towards overall improvement. During her post-graduate studies in Human Rights and Duties, she represented her department and university at summer school on Health law and Human Rights held in Strasbourg, France organized by Nottingham Law University, United Kingdom. As department representative, Ms. Richashree actively organized systematic discourses to address issues relating gender rights, political weaknesses, juvenile delinquency, police atrocities, and humanitarian law among many others. Her most recent research focuses on development and significance of alternative education in India. As a social content analyst and activist, Vidushi scans and examines the current system for lacunas and comes up with the methodological and systematic socio-legal reforms for sustainable growth. She monitors a strong team of efficient lawyers and human rights activists. The team undertakes suo-moto enquiries in cases of grave injustice as well as takes cases on a pro-bono basis in Chandigarh.