Youth Knit focuses on ‘challenges of educated youth and the way forward’

Youth Knit focuses on ‘challenges of educated youth and the way forward’

Members of the panel speaking on ‘Challenges faced by educated youth, and the way forward’ during the Youth Knit 2019 held on March 23.

Dimapur, March 23 (MExN): North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research (NEISSR) organized annual Youth Knit 2019 on the theme ‘Challenges of educated youth and the way forward’ in collaboration with OP Jindal Global University (Delhi), Nehru Yuva Kendra (Dimapur), Serendip Guardians (Dimapur) and Peace Channel (Dimapur) on March 23 at Auditorium Hall, Holy Cross Hr Sec School.

The congregation consisted of around two hundred participants hailing from different schools, hostels, colleges, government department and non-government organizations.

Rev. Fr. Philip Magh, Principal Holy Cross Hr. Sec. School graced the event followed by a welcome note by Dr. Fr. CP Anto, Principal, NEISSR.

Prof. Dr. D Gnanadurai, Vice Chancellor, St. Joseph University inaugurated the event with a speech motivating the youths, perceiving them to be powerful and trend setters of the world. He also encouraged the congregation to be broadminded and tap the resources available to strive towards making Nagaland a renowned state in the wide world.

Dr. Ravikant Singh set the theme of the event by inviting the youths to avail themselves to the opportunities by looking at the gaps and fill them up by being a job creator. He addressed the congregation to be leaders of the nation by maintaining ones integrity and value, working hard to see the vision come true.

The main event were the panel discussions by resource persons Brother Sunny Joseph, Executive Director (AIDA) and YM Jiaul Islam Chowdhury, District Youth Co-ordinator (NYK) on ‘Challenges faced by educated youth, and the way forward’ in the first panel and Rozelle Mero, Managing Director (the People Channel) and Dr. Samrat Sinha, Associate Prof (Jindal School of International Affairs, OP Jindal Global University) in the second panel.

The panel discussion was followed by a short talk by the various collaborators introducing themselves. An inspirational youth talk competition was also conducted wherein 18 students participated. The winners of the talk are Witadthiu Meriam (1st position) followed by Likoklemba A. Jamir (2nd Position) and Impolong Changkiri (3rd Position).