Jyoti Yadav is a well-known journalist in India. She worked with “The Print” and covers topics related to politics, gender, and social justice. She also focuses on the issues related to the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Child Development and Agriculture.
Jyoti Yadav Wiki/Biography
Born on 17 December 1994, Jyoti Yadav’s age is 25 years as of 2020. She was born and brought up in a middle-class family in Mahendragarh, Haryana, India.
She completed her early schooling from a private school in Haryana. After that, she enrolled herself at Daulat Ram College, Delhi University from where she completed her Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Arts degree in English Literature.
Since childhood, she was inclined towards journalism and wanted to bring a change in society with her thoughts and writings.
|Full Name||Jyoti Yadav|
|Date of Birth||17 December 1994|
|Birth Place||Mahendragarh, Haryana|
|School||Private School in Haryana|
|College / University||Daulat Ram College|
|Net Worth||Under Review|
Family, Boyfriend & Relationships
Jyoti Yadav belongs to a middle-class Hindu family in Mahendragarh, Haryana, India. She follows the Hindu religion and holds an Indian nationality.
There is not much information available about her parents, siblings, and other family members.
Jyoti Yadav’s marital status is unmarried. She is not dating anyone and not even married yet. There is not much information available about her relationship status as she never revealed about her personal life in public.
Jyoti Yadav is a young and beautiful journalist. She owns a perfect shaped figure with an impressive personality. She is a fitness freak and follows a strict diet and gym schedules to keep herself fit and healthy and to maintain her figure. Her body type is hourglass slim and her body measurements measuring nearly 34-28-34 inches.
She is 5 feet and 7 inches tall and her body weight is around 58 Kg. She has beautiful long black color hair and also has blistering black color eyes. She doesn’t have any tattoo inked on her body.
Jyoti Yadav started her career as a journalist after the completion of her master’s degree. She started working with “The Lallantop” in September 2016. After some time she left the job and joined “News 18” in March 2017 and worked there for almost 8 months. In January 2018 she joined “Inshorts” and worked there for one year.
In March 2019, she joined “The Print” and covered much news from North India including gang rapes and communal violence. She also wrote on the changing rural India in a digital age. She has covered many hot topics related to politics and social justice.
She also writes a blog named “Meri Jaan Mujhe Khabar Hai” on the burning issues from a millennia’s perspective with “The Print”. Recently, she wrote about the mysterious suicide case of the late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput which became one of the hot topics in media in recent days.
She wrote that Sushant Singh Rajput’s case has been transferred to the CBI but everyone in the Bollywood industry from his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty to filmmakers Karan Johar, Aditya Chopra, Salman Khan, Mahesh Bhatt, and Ekta Kapoor were blamed. But what escapes in all these things is the toxic family structure in the cow-belt India, especially Bihar, and how it treats its precious sons.
She further added that all the allegations made by Sushant’s family and their posts should be put under social and cultural examinations. Moreover, she added that not to undermine their grief but the way the family has reacted says a lot about the burden of being a son in a Bihari family.