An information session of the ATAL Conclave where 200 students will participate will be hosted at the Government College Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh on Friday.
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has invited the youths of the state to participate in the ATAL Conclave.
Youths in the age group of 18 to 30 years will get a chance to engage proactively in areas of public policy and governance at the conclave.
It is slated to be held from September 22-24. The conclave has various stages which started from August 23.
The Conclave will consist of a three-day congregation of 1000 youth participants from across the State. Participants will brainstorm and present their ideas, proposals and solutions before expert panels. Further, interactive sessions with key policy makers, bureaucrats, sectoral experts, thought leaders, grass-root change-makers are planned to be hosted in the Conclave.
It will provide an opportunity to around 150 youths of Arunachal Pradesh, working in teams to put their heads together based on the theme of Vision 2040.
ATAL – Arunachal Transformation and Aspirational Leadership – conclave would give a platform to tap the huge untapped potential of the youth.