KIIT Hosts Young Gandhian Summit For Peace -2013

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Young Gandhian Summit for Peace was organized jointly by Gandhi Global Family and KIIT on 15 April, 2013 in a simple but an impressive jam packed gathering in C.V.Raman Auditorium (Gandhi Sabhagar) at KIIT Campus

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KIIT Hosts Young Gandhian Summit For Peace -2013

  1. 1. Young Gandhian Summit for Peace was organized jointly by Gandhi GlobalFamily and KIIT on 15 April, 2013 in a simple but an impressive jam packedgathering in C.V.Raman Auditorium (Gandhi Sabhagar) at KIIT Campus.Chief Guest on the occasion was Mrs. Kiran Mehra- Kerpelman, DirectorU.N. Information Centre for India & Bhutan, New Delhi.The guests wereformally welcomed by the Chairman Shri B. R. Kamrah Ji, Chief ExecutiveDr. Harsh Vardhan and the KIIT Registrar Mrs. Neelima V. Kamrah.
  2. 2. The Program commenced by the lightingof lamp and paying floral tribute toMahatma Gandhi Ji by Chief Guest Mrs.Kiran Mehra-Kerpelman, and otherdignitaries. This was followed byinvocation by KIIT students. Dr. S.S.Aggarwal, Director General KIIT in hiswelcome address emphasized on specialefforts to inculcate the moral values instudents through education. Warmlywelcoming the delegates from differentStates, Officials of Gandhi Global Family(GGF), faculty, staff and students of KIITDr. Aggarwal gave the background of thesummit and stressed its importance in thecontemporary world.
  3. 3. Padamshri Shri S. P. Verma, Vice-President, Gandhi Global Family, New Delhi toldabout the objectives of GGFwith a view to practicing and spreading the ideology ofGandhi Ji among the youth. He said that there is a need to have freedom fromunemployment, social evils, hunger, Gun Culture and state of uncertainty. He alsohighlighted the activities of GGF in and outside country being undertaken under theable guidance of its President Sh. Ghulam Nabi Azad, Hon’ble Union Minister forHealth and Family Welfare. Peace being the central focus he announced several cashprizes for young Gandhians working towards global peace.
  4. 4. The Summit witnessed some interesting and informative paper presentations.Shri Murli Darshan, Chairman, Export Import Institute of India, Hyderabadpresented a paper on „Employment‟ and said that employment is the majorissue today for youth and is recognized as one of the global problems.Development of Youth means development of Nation. He concluded his paperby saying that “if you salute your duty, you need not salute anybody. If youpollute your duty, you need to salute everybody”. Mrs. Zahida Khan, AdvisorGGF and a former bureaucrat from J&K also presented a paper entitled“Eradication of Social Evils”.
  5. 5. While addressing the gathering of YoungGandhians Mrs. Kerpelman, the ChiefGuest appreciated the role of India asthe largest contributor in UN peacekeeping force. She emphasized that noNation can live in isolation. Humansecurity manifestly requires trust,understanding and friendship amongNations. For this she stressed on Globalpartnership among nations. Sheappreciated the role of GGF & KIIT intaking such global initiative.
  6. 6. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  7. 7. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  8. 8. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  9. 9. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  10. 10. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  11. 11. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  12. 12. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  13. 13. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  14. 14. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  15. 15. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  16. 16. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  17. 17. The Director, UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan Mrs. Kiran Mehra –Kerpelman presented young Gandhians of KIIT ‘Merit Scholarships’ amid thunderousapplause from the audience.
  18. 18. Mrs. Kiran Mehra-Kerpelman, Director UN Information Centre for India andBhutan, New Delhi presenting certificate to a Young Gandhian at KIIT,Gurgaon

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