Monday, December 21, 2009

ABVP exhibition inspires students

ITANAGAR, Dec 21: The Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (AVBP) today conducted a poster exhibition in Government High Secondary School (GHSS) here at Kankar Nallah displaying the history of its formation in 1949 and its movements on social issues to bring about a revolution and development in the society.

ABVP, which recently celebrated its 60th anniversary, has chalked out such exhibitions across the country to bring out the creativity in students and youths.

“Seeing the efforts of students to change our country for good through the exhibits has really inspired me to do something worthwhile. We are as able as children in the developed countries,” said a student M D Naseem after going through the exhibition.

Pointing at a poster displaying AVBP’s movement to bring down the voting age from 21 to 18 years, Munna Thakur said, “Youths can make a difference. We need to be given the opportunity and bring the voting age down to 18 is one real step towards it.”

ABVP sources informed that next in the pipeline is a Contact Movement to create awareness amongst students from January 15 to 25 next. THE SENTINEL

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