India being the youngest nation of the world is at the forefront to lead the 21st Century as vishwaguru and the Government of India with an aim to make India a developed nation by 2047, has been investing in youth development programs and policies. Under the guidance of His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj ji, SAM too recognizes the youth as the key to India's advancement and progress hence they must be encouraged and trained in the right direction to become the leaders of tomorrow.
SAM, continuing its youth empowerment collaboration with Nehru Yuva Kendra, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, participated in the Yuva Utsav India@2047 in South-West Delhi. The event was organized at the Institute of Information Technology and Management (IITM) Janak Puri, Delhi and it recorded huge participation from young artists, performers, and volunteers from across the city.
Guided by SAM's philosophy of transforming young minds, Shri S.S. Joshi, Dy Director (NYKS) extended a special invitation to SAM to mark its presence and spread awareness amongst the youth.
The entire program revolved around the central theme 'Panch Pran of Amrit Kaal - India@2047' where artists showcased the rich cultural heritage of the country. The 5 resolutions of panch pran include 1) Goal of developed India, 2) To remove any trace of slavery or colonial mindset, 3) Take pride in our heritage and legacy, 4) Unity and solidarity, and 5) Sense of duty among citizens.
Shri Piyush Goyal, Union Minister Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Textiles and Leader of the Rajya Sabha graced the event as the Chief Guest and addressed the gathering with a special emphasis on Panch Pran goal for the Amrit Kaal and the role of youth in making India a developed country. Shri Balram Meena, Additional District Magistrate, Dwarka; Shri J.C. Sharma, President Mata Leelawati Shikshan Sansthan; Shri Rakesh Sharma, Vice Chairman IITM, Smt. Rachita Rana, Director IITM were amongst other key dignitaries of the event.
Hon'ble Minister Shri Piyush Goyal along with other key dignitaries visited SAM's stall and appreciated SAM's spirit of empowering youth. He also met and interacted with Sadhvi Dr. Shivani Bharti, Director SAM, and the young volunteers of SAM, shared his thoughts and appreciated SAM for leading such a youth empowerment drive across the country.
SAM volunteers shared their experiences with the participants and showcased its events and various campaigns and encouraged them to come forward and play their role in building a Self-Reliant India backed by its youth power.