BY OUR STAFF REPORTER
GUWAHATI, Aug 20: A new ray of hope for the poor students of the state has emerged with the activities of an organization Yuva Vikas Kendra (YVK), which is a project of Students’ Experience in Inter-state Living for the development of youth of north-eastern region and involving them in various developmental activities.
YVK project executive Phanindra Bujarbaruah said: “YVK is a centre for study, research, interaction, creativity, dymism, communication and training. The Kendra was established in 2004 and from the very beginning; we are working with the poor students to continue their education, for their persolity development to compete in the outer world, how to face an interview and to upgrade them to be a complete person.”
“One of the important projects of our Kendra is ‘Krititwa Vikash’ means development of talents for the HSLC candidates, under which we try to help the students who are the candidate of HSLC examition but due to fincial problem, cannot continue their studies. We use to help them with teaching the needed subjects to appear in the examition and after passing the examition to develop their talents to live his new life,” said Bujarruah about their projects of working.
Bujarbaruah also said: “In 2009, we iugurated the residential complex with accommodation facilities and vocatiol courses for the youth of north eastern region, under which the courses like computer courses comprising Basic, DTP, hardware and networking, domestic electrical wiring courses, AC and refrigerator repairing, plumbing and sanitary fitting, mobile repairing, housekeeping and hospitality magement, tour operator and retail magement under etc.”
“We also use to organize lecture programme annually in the city for the development and guidance of the students and youth by various eminent leaders and successful persolities. The other ongoing projects we are involved are like Vyaktitwa Vikash, Career Guidance for class X and XII students, Prativa Vikash for class VIII-IX students, science festival, workshops for professiol courses Mass Communication and Jourlism, Law and emerging trends, rural industrialization, woman empowerment, office magement and others,” added Bujarbaruah.