REASI, January 4: The Reasi district administration organized the “Youth Echo” program as part of Mission Youth, an initiative of the government of Jammu and Kashmir to which dozens of young people from various panchayat level youth clubs participated here today.
On the occasion, a mega cultural panorama was also organized in which the members of the youth clubs showed their talents by presenting sketches, dance articles, songs, mimics, rangoli, karate and others. instrumental performances.
District Development Commissioner (DDC) Charandeep Singh who was the main guest on the occasion opened the program by lighting a candle. ADDC Jyoti Rani, PO ICDS Renu Kumari, ACD Reasi Dr Anirudh Rai and other district officers were also present.
The main guest praised the local youth who have become successful entrepreneurs in the district after taking advantage of the job creation programs. In addition to displaying talents, some young people recounted their successes to motivate others.
Successful young people, including others who have excelled in their business, profession, sports, film industry, plays, arts and other fields at higher levels, were also encouraged by the district administration. Other young people made thematic presentations after covering topics: Har Gaon Haryali, Berozgari se rozgari, sanitation and drug addiction.
Later, a youth interaction session also took place with the DDC in which they described the possibilities and scope of their areas of job creation for the local population. They also requested the intervention of the district administration to identify areas where it is possible to earn a living.
While interacting, DDC said that young people need inspiration, encouragement, guidance and ownership to look at the entrepreneurship space and therefore it is very crucial and relevant to have such encounters, cultural panoramas and awareness programs to bridge any gap.
Stressing the need to harness the energy and dynamism of youth, DDC said: “I have thought of new initiatives for all our potential young people which will be put in place in the coming days. He said the government has also introduced many skills development programs, projects and other programs in which they can be successful.
The DDC also said that the district administration was planning more innovative programs in the future after incorporating the suggestions of local young people and urged them to seize this opportunity to nurture their talent and make a difference in society. He further stressed them to stay away from drugs and intoxication.