The prime minister is all set to inaugurate the 25th national youth festival on the 12th of January.
On the occasion of Swami Vivekananda’s 159th birthday, the prime minister is going to inaugurate the 25th national youth festival on the 12th and 13th of January at Pondicherry University.
Due to an increase in covid cases and fear surrounding the omicron variant the festival will be held virtually by the prime minister. It was also decided to cut the festival short to three days instead of the originally planned 5 days.
According to an official statement by the Prime minister’s office, the event will be attended by youth representing all districts of the country.
The national youth festival aims to unite the youth of India to ignite a spirit of togetherness and unleash the true potential of the young power.
The youth across the country can also share ideas and suggestions for the prime minister’s speech, these innovative ideas and suggestions may be added to the prime minister’s speech. It is truly a great opportunity for the youth of India to portray their innovative, creative, and powerful ideas to the prime minister.
Followed by the inauguration, a summit will be held on the 13th of January to which will bring together the diverse cultures of India to integrate them into “Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat” through an interactive approach. A panel will be convened to discuss mainly four topics: environment, climate, and SDG-led growth; entrepreneurship and innovation; indigenous and ancient wisdom; and national character and nation-building.
How to send suggestions:
Selected suggestions and ideas sent by the youth will be added to the prime minister’s speech, to be one of the selected members to share your creative ideas click here.
This national youth festival aims to bring together the young minds of today and build a post covid country led by the youth and create an authentic Indian leadership strategy for the world.
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