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Leadership summit inaugurated

December 23, 2018 10:48 pm | Updated 10:48 pm IST - KOLLAM

Leadership summit inaugurated

Vice Admiral Anil Kumar Chawla, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Naval Command, inaugurated ALTS 2018, a leadership summit organised by AYUDH, the youth wing of Mata Amritanandamayi Math, at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri Campus here on Saturday.“It's the duty of younger generation to follow the good aspect of our traditional valuesand India with its huge population of youngsters should set an example for others,” said Vice Admiral Chawla inaugurating the event. He added that upholding secular values is also part of Indian culture. The summit, with the theme ‘Now is the future’ features sessions designed in such a way to facilitate the growth of the participants in every way with talks, debates, quizzes, workshops and games.

Youngsters will be exposed to challenges through which they could learn the basics of teamwork, communication skills and other soft skills. Apart from contests and activities, there will also be concerts by renowned musicians from across the globe. Other eminent personalities to grace the event include Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi, Rajiv Mehrotra, J Sai Deepak, Swami Amritaswarupananda Puri, Stephen Devassy and Rohan Kymal. The organisers said ALTS 2018 is open for all Indian citizens between 15-30, irrespective of their language, religion, gender, race or culture. Guided by Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, the AYUDH has more than 50 units in 23 Indian States and across 41 foreign nations. Five hundred young people from 23 States came down to the event last year and a larger turnout, more than 1,000 people is expected this year. The summit concludes on December 25.

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