12th Apr 2024 10:04:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

Rono Hills, Apr 12: The Yuva Sangam Phase IV initiative, aimed at exposing the youth of Gujarat to the cultural richness of Arunachal Pradesh, concluded with a memorable valedictory session at the Mini Auditorium of Rajiv Gandhi University. Over the course of five days, the 46-member delegation immersed themselves in the beauty and diversity of Arunachal Pradesh, from the April 8-12.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Saket Kushwaha in his special remarks to the delegates shared many valuable wisdom. He urged them not to repeat past mistakes, emphasizing the importance of seizing opportunities and striving for a high quality of life through diligent efforts today.
In recognition of their participation, the participants and escorts from Gujarat were presented with Appreciation Certificates by the Vice Chancellor. The gesture symbolized the mutual appreciation and respect cultivated through the exchange program.
The delegates also presented mementoes to the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Saket Kushwaha, Registrar Dr. N.T Rikam, and the Nodal officer of the Yuva Sangam Phase IV program, Prof. Sambhu Prasad, expressing gratitude for their hospitality and guidance.
Prof. Sambhu Prasad also conveyed a heartfelt vote of thanks, acknowledging the dedication of the organizing team and the enthusiasm of the Gujarat delegates.
Prof. Hui Tag, the Dean of Student Welfare (DSW) at RGU, warmly welcomed the delegation from Gujarat, underscoring the significance of their visit.
Various Deans of Agriculture, Education and Basic Sciences also witnessed the programme.
It was commendable to note that that the delegates led by Dr. Chirag Vaghela, Dr. Amrut Mulay, and Dr. Nithin Chatterji have taken the lead in guiding the 46-member delegation from Gujarat during the Yuva Sangam Phase IV initiative. Their dedication to this initiative reflects a commitment to promoting understanding and cooperation among the youth of India. Throughout their visit, the delegates from Gujarat had the opportunity to explore various facets of Arunachal Pradesh's culture and heritage. They visited notable landmarks such as APIIP, met the Governor, explored Ziro, engaged in a talk show on community Radio Rono 91.2 FM, participated in rejuvenating Yoga and Zumba sessions, indulged in tribal games, and savoured the diverse flavours of tribal cuisine.

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
      She is a graduate in Science with post graduation in Sociology from University of Pune. She has been in the media industry for nearly a decade. Before turning to print business, she has been associated with radio and television.
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