Youth Assembly of Hyderabad
First of its
kind Youth Assembly sensitizing youth towards
community service and
social entrepreneurship held in
’Youth’ no doubt is
the hope of the nation. We are more concerned about their future.
But, what about their ‘today’. Almost all of us think of their
future. Nobody is worried about their ‘present’. They are the mighty
force. Let us make use of their ‘today’ to make their tomorrow more
better for them and us. Behind this thought in mind, seed for the
first of its kind of YOUTH ASSEMBLY OF HYDERABAD is sowed. Involving
1500 youth including several young achievers.
Held at Sri Satya Sai Nigamagamam in Hyderabad on September
12th and 13th for two days, this maiden annual gathering of hundreds
of young people was to seek practical ways to contribute to
the achievement of millennium development goals of United Nations.
Disclosing this addressing a press conference in city,Mr. R. Prabhakar Rao, I.P.S. (Retd. DGP of A.P.) and Chairperson of Abhyasa
school said the Youth Assembly is the platform which enables each
participants to explore possibilities to make a difference to the
world by being an aware and active citizen and confronting the
challenges of the present.
DIGNITARIES AT THE INAUGURAL OF YOUTH ASSEMBLY
Adding further Mr. Vinayak Kalletla, Founder Principal, Abhyasa
School said that the Youth Assembly provides avenues for the
students and professionals alike to discuss issues that need urgent
attention and address global and local issues and be empowered to
take up leadership roles in their communities. This two-day meet
aims at sensitizing the youth towards community service and social
entrepreneurship, Mr. Chaitanya informed that the highlight of the
meet is the participation of several youth achievers from the field
of administration, sports, media, entertainment, social activities
and social entrepreneurs - namely Mr. Rajdeep Sardesai (CNN-IBN);
Dr. Jaya Prakash Narayan (Loksatta); Mr. Nagarjuna Akkineni; Ms.
Soumya Mishra, I.P.S.; Mr. Karunya, Ms.Bhargavi (Playback singers);
Mr. Sultan Ahmed (Activity India Ltd.); Ms.Karuna Gopal (Foundation
for Futuristic Cities); Ms. Farida (World Wildlife Fund); Ms. Amala
(Blue Cross Society of India) would be sharing their success stories
and initiating panel discussion to inspire the participants.
Half of the population is youth. They are hard working and good
looking. They have smartness and brains. They are very good at
community service. The fact that sixty per cent of blood donors in
this country comprise of youth has proved that they are socially
concerned. Let us not forget what once Swami Vivekananda said, "Give
me few young men and women. I will shake the world".
Community service and social entrepreneurship must be inculcated
among generation next.They are not less than any best of the best social workers in the
country. Youth and community service, none can beat them. They have
the power and zeal. They too have responsibility towards their
society, social fabric. Let us not undermine their social awareness
and concerns. They know about it. But, what lacks is the proper
avenues and initiatives. This is one such an event which draws youth
attention into community service.
The participants to this Youth Summit were drawn from various
universities and colleges.The meet which concluded on September 13th
was organised by Abhyasa
Residential Public School located at Toopran.
Minister Geetha Reddy
inaugurates Hyd's First Youth Assembly
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