40 Rajasthan Students On Odisha Visit Under ‘Yuva Sangam’ Youth Exchange Programme
Bhubaneswar: A delegation of 40 students of diverse higher education institutions from Rajasthan led by the Nodal Institute MNIT Jaipur is on a visit to Odisha as part of ‘Yuva Sangam’ exchange programme.
The team reached Bhubaneswar on Tuesday as part of the second phase of the government’s ambitious cultural and educational endeavour the ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat Yuva Sangam’ programme.
While the nodal institute of Rajasthan is MNIT Jaipur, the nodal institute of Odisha is IIT Bhubaneswar. The student’s delegate was flagged off at a special ceremony. Their trip will conclude on May 22. The students are also accompanied by 4 faculty members, a press release said.
Through this visit, the emphasis will be on increasing exchange of ideas and cultural activities between the two states. Further promotion of tourism, tradition, progress, technology and mutual contact are also part of the agenda.
During the visit, the students will undertake a visit to Puri Jagannath temple, Raghurajpur Village, Konark Sun Temple, Chandrabhaga beach, Dhauligiri, Khandagiri Caves, Kamran Haat and Shopping complex, State Tribal Museum, Paradip Port, Lalitgiri Monastry and museum among others.
Their itinerary also include a visit to local villages and interaction with start-ups and MSME, entrepreneurs, artists, singers, sports persons, musicians, SHGs, etc.
Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan will address the delegates at a special ceremony on May 20 at SOA Auditorium followed by dinner at a hotel.
A brainchild of the Ministry of Education, ‘Yuva Sangam’ Youth Exchange program under Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat aims to strengthen people-to-people connections, especially between youth of different states and introduce to them the culture and values of India.
The idea of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat was conceptualised and structured by Prime Minster Narendra Modi to create a cultural connect between the various states of India.
It also aims to expose youth who embody not just immense talent, global knowledge, spirit of creativity and innovation but also revisit cultural values that reflect the country’s humane philosophy. This initiative was launched in February this year and the first phase of Yuva Sangam had an overwhelming participation of 1200 youngsters, with the first batch visiting northeast India.
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