Live after death by planting a sappling”. This message was sought to be spread through “Tree Plantation Programme.

This programme was organized on Wednesday  as a part of the ongoing 13th Tribal Youth Exchange Programme which was participated by nearly 200 tribal youths.

They were escorted by 20 Officials who represented CRPF and BSF. The programme was sponsored by Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan, a central autonomous body under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.

In fact, the programme was held in coordination with Ministry of Homer Affairs from 18th to 24th of this month December at Ritashri Banquet Hall in Ranchi. Smt. Lalita Kumari, Deputy Director, NYKS supervised the conduct of the programme. 

“Youth reading or hearing to the life and message of Swami Vivekananda will get inspired and every youth must emulate him and lead a noble life”, said Kanke Assembly Constituency former MLA Dr. Jeetu Charan Ram. 

Ram addressed the participants of Tribal Youth Exchange Programme who took part for a interactive session with the school students at RTC High School today. The Principal of RTC High School Dr. Rudra Narayan Mahato said that he is ever indebted to NYKS and entertains a proud feeling that he rendered his services as National Service Volunteer when the scheme was launched in 1972. 

He said that he had learnt a lot by getting associated with NYK activities. Smt. Lalita Kumari, Deputy Director, NYKS presided over the function. Cultural Programmes staged by students of RTC High School and Tribal Youth Exchange Programme stood as a special attraction and won the appreciation of all. 

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