Seminar on “Role of Youth in National Development

The world’s eye is on India because India is young and confident that it can change itself and lead the world. The youth of the country is now opting for change which the country badly needs on the global front. The youth should not waste time but get engaged into constructive things beneficial for human beings. We have to rise above casteism to show that humanity comes first. These were some of the remarks of the noted educationist and media personality, Shri Nalin S Kohli, also the executive member of a national political party in a seminar on “Role of Youth in National development” at the Khushipur campus of School of Management Sciences (SMS), Varanasi.

Speaking as the Chief Guest of the seminar, he said that youth power can change the direction of our social set-up (tana-bana), the economy and pave the way towards a developed India. Citing the instances of economic slowdown he exhorted the young generation to rise above petty things like casteism and invoke nationalism, the need of the hour. Addressing a gathering of around 200 students at SMS Varanasi campus, he said that the world is looking at us, the youth of the country needs to participate heavily in the upcoming elections which are going to decide the fate of the country for the next generation. Guest of Honour, Shri Sunil Deodhar, a social worker, said that India is needing change, change of ideas, change of ideologies, change of our perception of social structure are some of the immediate needs and answers can be provided by youth by electing a strong Government at the Centre which talks about national interest first.

Earlier, the Director, Prof. PN Jha welcomed the Guests on the occasion while the Executive Secretary, Dr. MP Singh honoured them with mementos. The Vote of thanks was presented by Dean (R&D) Associate Prof. Alok Kumar while the programme was coordinated by Ms. Pallavi Pathak.

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