Bangladeshi Student Delegation Exposure Visit-cum-Orientation Programme in India

Sriperumbudur, Jan 02, 2018- A five days’ Bangladeshi Student Delegation Exposure Visit-cum-Orientation Programme in India organised by  Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD)   began here today.

 To imbibe   values of life , we need to learn spirituality  flowing from  Bhagvad Gita which is ism neutral religion free treatise on relationship management and welfare economics, said Prof. Madan Mohan Goel, Director, RGNIYD while delivering the inaugural address.

RGNIYD stands committed for empowerment of youth with dedication, devotion and determination to say no to discrimination, discontent and deprivation, explained Prof. Goel

The peace in every head and heart (consumer, producer, distributor and trader) is necessary and sufficient to say no to stress, tensions and fear, said Prof. Goel.

For employability of youth, we need to increase return on training investment (ROTI) with communication skills, time management and spiritual input along with abilities of head and heart, skills and knowledge, told Prof. Goel.

We have to adopt non-violence in economics as spiritual economics to be exactly called ‘Needonomics’ (economics of needs)   and no to Greedonomics ( economics of greed)  causing violence, corruption ,terrorism and exploitation of all kinds, told Prof. Goel.

Let the youth be motivated to think ‘out of the box’ solutions of their problems in present times of competition which is unhealthy also, believes Professor Goel who is an economist.

Director , RGNIYD presented a copy of Bhagwat Gita to the delegates. 

Prof Vasanthi Rajendran, Dr  Pitabasa Sahoo, Dr Suresh Sundaram,   Dr Sharmistha Bhattacharjee,  Dr Shafali Nagpal, Dr  S Lalitha   ,Dr Kumarvel, Dr Anbu Kavitha and   Dr  Suresh Kumar faculty members  of RGNIYD  graced the occasion  

Earlier Prof. Vasanthi Rajenderan welcomed the guests and given programme brief and Mr David Paul  proposed the vote of thanks.