NSS Volunteer Vikas Pandita attends Youth Exchange Programme in South Korea
Nov 26, 2019
JAMMU: Vikas Pandita, Nss Volunteer from University of Jammu participated in 10 Days Youth Exchange Programme held in South Korea. He was a part of 23 member Youth Delegation.
The Youth Exchange Programme between India and South Korea is an inter-governmental programme to strengthen the relations between the two countries.
The programme is sponsored by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt of India in collaboration with the Government of South Korea. The Youth Exchange Programme was scheduled from 13th November to 22nd November.
The Indian Delegation was comprised of 23 youth from across the country along with 2 officials from the Ministry. The Delegation was headed by Mr. M.N. Natraj (State Director NYKS, Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry states) where as Gopal Singh was the Deputy Leader of the delegation.
During their visit to South Korea, the Indian Delegation visited Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, Ulsan Foreign language High School, United Nations Peace Memorial Hall, Samsung Innovation Museum, Hyundai Motor Factory, Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul Sky Tower, War Memorial Hall, etc.
The Indian Delegation also interacted with the youth of South Korea and exchanged their thoughts and culture. There was a group discussion among the youth regarding the economic development between these two countries.
Vikas Pandita has completed his masters degree in Computer Applications from the Dept of Computer Science and IT, University of Jammu.
He has been in the field of Nss from last 6 years. He is also the founder of Live for Others - Being Helpful Organization which is working for the betterment of the society. He is also a regular blood and has donated blood 19 times till now.