Youth Need to lead the Nation Building Process Says Mr. G Kishen Reddy at Yi-Millennial Summit

Hyderabad, Oct.16 : Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)- Young Indians organized Millennial Summit with the theme “The Indomitable Indians” today.
G Kishan Reddy Hon’ble Minister of State for Home Affairs, Government of India in his keynote address congratulated CII commemorating it’s 125th anniversary this year. Youth of the country can achieve anything once they decide and they have to play a pivotal role in nation’s development. The current generation is always eager to play an active role in governance. Baba ka Dhaba is the best example of youth and social media’s power. Government of India always worked on the philosophy of Country First. Central Government is giving utmost importance to promotion of start ups. We are eager to see more and more youth becoming entrepreneurs.
Hari Chandana Dasari,  Collector & District Magistrate, Narayanpet District, Government of Telangana said that Millennials are most resilient group and are always ready to face any challenges. During these testing times, many of them proved to be socially conscious people. They are better prepared for the future and Social change.
In her video message,  Tamilisai Soundararajan,  Governor- Telangana said that youth should focus on improving the skills and have service oriented mind. She suggested that during these crisis times be motivated and motivate others.
Krishna Bodanapu Chairman, CII Telangana MD & CEO, Cyient Ltd. Said that the nation has undergone large cultural and societal shifts. Millennials have brought more racial and ethnic diversity to the Indian society.
Dr Sandeep Sancheti, Vice Chancellor, SRM IST, Chennai Former President, AIU, New Delhi shared an overview on National Education Policy 2020. (NSS)

 

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