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 India-2022, 'youth Of India-the Game Changers' 

Date of Publish - Tuesday, 31st October 2017
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The events will be as follows:
·       Short films screening at a couple of locations from 5th Jan to 10th Jan. (Best films to be screened on 11th Jan)
·       Inter-School and Inter College Debates on relevant topics (finals on 10th Jan)
·       Kavi Sammelan for youth (open to all with registration) 5th Jan to 10th Jan at Shilparamam auditorium 7pm to 9pm.
·       Planting trees, cleaning the Neighborhood activities by corporate and IT companies on 6th and 7th Jan.
·       Swami Vivekananda-An icon that continues to inspire. Talk by 4-5 eminent speakers on 11th Jan
·       On 12th Jan. Morning 8 am- A torch March- ‘The flame of Knowledge- Igniting Minds’ by all from Ramakrishna Math, lower Tank Bund to Ravindra Bharati.
·       ‘Igniting Minds playing a positive role in motivating the youth with the mission of realizing the vision of India-2022.’ Speakers 3-4 eminent public figures, followed by prize distribution.

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