Dr Neeza Singh, Librarian, T.S. Central State Library, Chandigarh has been honoured by IFLA International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) , the world’s highest Library & Information Science organisation, by including her name in the ‘Wall of Fame’ for her contribution to the Global Vision and to the Ideas Store. About 200 institutions and 800 Librarians from all over the World are selected for this fame. Only 10 Librarians have been selected from India who have been recognized on IFLA’s “Wall of Fame”. Dr Neeza Singh is one of them and the only Librarian from Chandigarh to receive this honour from IFLA. It is a matter of great honour and pride to receive this recognition from IFLA. The IFLA’s ‘Wall of Fame’ is a simple way to recognize and celebrate the ideas, effort, time, energy of the library and information professionals, library associations and institutions and library supporters around the world who have made the Global Vision a truly global conversation. This is a storehouse of inspirational ideas available to all Librarians around the world! The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), founded in 1927 in Edinburgh, Scotland, head office located in Hague, is the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users. It is the global voice of the library and information profession. Recently, the activities of her Library were also recognized and covered in IFLA Global Report entitled ‘Covid 19 and the Global Library Field’, covering all good and innovative work being done in public libraries all over the world. Dr Neeza Singh is also a mentor of INELI India and South Asia and mentoring public librarians from South Asian countries including Myanmar, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives and India.