Oxy Reading Zone to blow fresh air of knowledge

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 10 Jan 2018 10:40:08


 

Staff Reporter,

RAIPUR,

“Knowledge can help you clear the examination, but only the wisdom can make you a better person,” Sunil Kumar, Editor of a Hindi daily, stated to encourage the gathering of youths at the Youth for New India Programme on Tuesday.


Senior Journalist Sunil Kumar extolled students to earn wisdom along with the knowledge at Arise Programme held on the theme of Youth for New India at the Oxy Reading Zone near National Institute of Technology (NIT). Senior Journalist also expressed elation over the development of Oxy Reading Zone, saying that it would give youths an atmosphere to study. He inspired the young people to read new and better things to boost their knowledge and understanding.


Later, Collector O P Choudhary said, 65 pe rcent of Indian population is comprised of youths and no one can stop India from becoming a superpower provided if we channelize the youth power in right direction. He also told them that State Govt has introduced many welfare schemes for young generation, which also include Oxy Reading Zone. It has Indoor-outdoor reading places and other facilities available round the clock. It will be first such facility in India where the youths will have all sorts of resources to polish their career. Soon, an app ‘Eklavya’ will be launched. The app will contain all the information regarding competitive examinations and other career building tips.


District Panchayat CEO Nilesh Kshirsagar heartened the youths, saying that you are whatever you think.
Sehwag to share tips and tricks Former Indian team’s explosive batsman Virendra Sehwag will share tips and tricks of success with youths under Arise Programme in Indoor Stadium under on January 12. Programme will be held in the presence of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh.