“National Youth Dialogue Program-2022” Inaugrated By Dr. Jitendra Singh, Union Minister (Govt. Of India) at Sri Venkateswara University
Inauguration of "the National Youth Dialogue Program-2022" was organized on the 27th of December 2022 at Dhyan Chand Open Sports Complex of Shri Venkateswara University / Institute, Chief Guest, Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh, Chairman of Venkateswara Group, Dr. Sudhir Giri, Pro-Chancellor, Dr. Rajeev Tyagi, Lok Sabha in-charge Mr. Vasant Tyagi, District President Rishipal Nagar, MLC Satpal Saini, etc. lit the lamp. In his address, Chief Guest Dr. Jitendra Singh while addressing the students of Venkateshwara said that today the whole world is looking towards India with a lot of hope.
Union Minister for Science and Technology and Prime Minister's Office (PMO), Honorable Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of the Government of India, interacted with the youth as the chief guest.
Group Chairman Dr. Sudhir Giri greeted the Honorable Minister by offering a turban and a mace as a mark of great honor.
Dr. Jitendra Singh, Union Minister, P.M.O., Government of India, New Delhi said “With the unique confluence of science, technology, and youth power, India will again become a world guru”.
A very interactive Question & Answer session was held between the Union Minister and the youth. They asked many questions to the Union Minister regarding the issues of national development, women empowerment, national security, higher education, health, foreign policy, etc. The Union Minister answered all their queries and also rewarded the students who asked excellent questions.
Dr. Jitendra Singh discussed the improvements and changes that have taken place in the last decade, in the fields of education, health, medicine, women empowerment, infrastructure, digitalization, etc.
Referring to the revolutionary changes that have taken place in various fields including India, he stated that by 2030, it has been said that India will once again become a world guru. Today, on the basis of the power of the youth and experience, India is presenting a tough challenge to developed countries in every field of education, health, medicine, foreign policy, and infrastructure. During the Corona pandemic, India worked to save millions of lives by providing vaccines and health services to more than 40 countries including America, and England.