Chandigarh, May 30; Today, a 14 member Yuvsatta’s friendship delegation comprising of students, teachers, social activists and media persons returned from a goodwill visit of Nepal. HVP (Hindu Vidyapeeth), Nepal and JCYCN (Jagriti Child & Youth Concern Nepal) two organizations promoting value education, human rights and youth activism for betterment of society organized this visit of Yuvsatta NGO members.
Sharing details of the initiative Pramod Sharma, Coordinator, Yuvsatta said that India and Nepal not only share a special relationship but enjoys centuries old ties. And as part of their international youth exchange programmes they went on five day friendship visit of Nepal, where they met young NGO activists, people from different walks of life, visited local Schools and saw various important places plus heritage and monuments of tourist interest.
‘The kind of hospitality and warmth with which we were received everywhere in Nepal is really touching and overwhelming’ said Sarbjit Kaur, an environmentalist who participated in the programme. Astinder Kaur, Peace Club teacher in charge of Government Model High School, Sector 22 C enjoyed more meeting with Nepalese students who participated in the past in Chandigarh’s International Youth Peace Festival which Yuvsatta organize every year.
Kriti Gautam an Engineering student is now preparing to host students from Nepal who soon will be visiting Chandigarh in a reciprocal visit.