Seminar: youth leadership

Seminar: youth leadership


Recently I had attended a seminar at Navjyoti Niketan where Mr.Uday Narain Choudhary, Fr Peter and team, Mr. Frank Krishner, Fr Oswald and many more were present there. They talked about the importance of Constitution, fundamental rights, uses of media, camera handling, girl’s education and many other social and political issues. On the last day of the seminar Mr. Uday Narain Choudhary, Ex speaker of Vidhan Sabha, included the controversial topics such demonetization, reservation, education, unemployment in his speech. He also discussed about the contribution of ‘Bhagat Singh’ and ‘Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar’ in freedom struggle and Constitution respectively in the context of politics. He said that , whosoever has come on this universe has to die one day but everyone can not be remembered or recognized ,only those will be remembered or recognized who has done great work in developing and reforming the society. Through this captivating line he has gathered all the attention of audience.

He talked about many freedom fighters like, Jhansi Ki Rani, Veer Kuwar Singh and also about those freedom fighters such as Uda Devi, Tilka Manjhi who has lost their identity in our history and known by very less numbers of people. He enlightened the young mind on the topic of health and education as our basic needs. Choudhary said that food, cloth, house, health and education these are our needs for the survival, without this we can not think of a life. He spread the message about the abolition of untouchability which comes under ‘Article 17’.

In the second half of the seminar he discussed on the work of the government, pillars of the democracy, reservation etc. Speaker Mr. Uday Narain Choudhary describes the pillars of the democracy in details like Legislative (who makes the law), Executive (who implements or executes the law), and Judiciary (who looks after the laws). He added that media is the fourth pillar of democracy, who publishes and broadcast information and make it available for every individual.

Choudhary said that Modi’s government has failed in fulfilling the basic needs and has introduced unemployment and demonetization in the country which has affected the citizens in some or the other way. He ended his speech focusing on “Sanvidhan bachaao desh bachaao” (save constitution save nation).

In this seminar many other social issues were discussed which has ignited the young mind as they are the future of the nation.

Yours truly,

Sunisha Patel

St.Xavier’s College of Mgmt & Tech, Patna


One Response to "Seminar: youth leadership"

  1. Raj Nandini   June 9, 2018 at 3:56 pm

    Our young minds genuinely need some more such kind of seminars. We need to understand all factors affecting our society and how we can retain those sacrifices of our freedom fighters


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