Youngest Blogger from Jammu, Divya gets India’s Young Achievers 2019 Award

All of 16 years old, Divya Gandotra is among this year’s India’s Young Achievers. This Youtuber, blogger and PIIT, Greater Noida student who is best known for making videos about Tech content, smartphones, laptops, software and other stuff.
After only two years of starting her YouTube channel with the name “Tech Divya” , Divya has amassed around 30 K subscribers and over 2.3 million video views.

Former student of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jammu, Divya started making videos from May 2015.

“I used to watch success stories on YouTube by the creators who became Zero to Hero. At that time I decided to do something by which my parents will proud of me. I checked many videos on YouTube that how to become a YouTuber, Ya I know that’s funny but I tried my best to create the best content for channel growth. My First channel was by the name of Technical Divya, which unfortunately gave me many disappointments. Then I started a new channel by my some of the Creators friends suggestions.
The new channel definitely gave me a huge growth as compare to the work I did on it.
I am working on the channel Tech Divya from last two years with 100+ videos till now,” she said in an interview.

Read More About Her, Here


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