The vital role of youth in the all-round developme
Manan Chaturvedi, President of the State Child Rights Protection Commission of Bikaner, said that youth should play an important role in the all round development of the nation. The youth will have to be the strengths of the disadvantaged and helpless, so that they too can become capable.
Chaturvedi was addressing the 'Gyanotsav-017' award ceremony of Synthesis Coaching Institute in Suraj Talkies on Monday. He said that the youth should not be satisfied with their achievements, further in life. Growth is limited to itself, whereas progress is of the whole society. He said that it is necessary to keep trying in life, not to worry about the result. Those students who have not been selected in competitive examinations are not disappointed. Chaturvedi said that the spirit of Mamta is pure and pure like that of Ganga, this feeling flows in every person's mind. Destitute children get home, education, it is the duty of all of us. He said that he is constructing a house for the destitute children in Jaipur, after completion of which two and a half thousand children will be able to live there.
Dr. Shvet Goswami, Managing Director of the Synthesis Institute, Manoj Bajaj, Jethmal Suthar said that the students of the institute have achieved remarkable success in the examinations like AIIMS, IIT, NEET and have entered the prestigious academic institutions of the country. Mohar Singh Yadav, President of Sanitation Sentinel Institute also expressed his views.
At the function, 90 students passed in this year's pre-medical and engineering examinations were honored, as well as the teachers and teachers of the parents, the institution also got respect. The students of the institute gave attractive cultural presentations on this occasion. The program was conducted by Sanjay Purohit, Kishore Singh Rajpurohit and Dr. Swarnrekha. On this occasion, dignitaries were present along with Radhey Shyam Delu, Dr. Devendra Agarwal, Deputy Director of Social Justice and Empowerment Department LD Panwar.