Wednesday, 8 February 2017

The Award inculcates a sense of responsibility towards society


IAYP organised a two-day National Training Workshop (NTW) on 2nd and 3rd February 2017 at the Award Training Centre, New Delhi. Thirteen participants from seven institutions, Hopetown Girls' School, Dehradun; Oakridge International School, Visakhapatnam; Chinar Public School, Alwar; Confluence World School, Rudrapur; Sat Paul Mittal School, Ludhiana; Snow Leopard Adventures Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon, and Templeton Academy International, Naukuchiatal attended the workshop.

During the workshop, Ritu Bhargava from Chinar Public School, Alwar spoke about how the Award helps young people discover themselves and unleash their potential. "Attending this workshop has really been very enlightening for me to understand how harnessing young people's energy could bring transformational changes in them, and is a constructive use of time. I firmly believe that if I can make young people of my area associated with the Award, they would be better, improved people and it will not only help them find their means of learning but also help them discover themselves and realise their potential to achieve a higher sense of satisfaction and allow them to lead a better life. It will definitely inculcate in them a sense of responsibility towards society and its needs."

This workshop underscored the importance of this Leading Youth Programme for the development of youth, channelising their energy, shaping their personality and building their character by engaging them through different sections of the Award and preparing them for a bright future. Click here for pictures...

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