To give future leaders a positive direction and to inculcate patriotism, cultural value, self discipline and the attitude of Social Service, with the twine ideal of Vivekananda Kendra “Man Making - Nation Building” through the various sessions on yoga, lecture, concentration & memory development games, group discussion and career guidance. Drama session also took in this camp on the topic like Swami Vivekananda’s incident of life, formal and informal education, health and hygiene.
Camp inaugurated by Er. Kalyan Dutta, Nagar Pramukh Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti, Itanagar, He said that by doing so, they will be able to strengthen their self-confidence and able to face any of life’s challenges in the future. He believed that by providing youths with positive and constructive activities to occupy their time, they will be affected morally, and eventually become a better person who will one day contribute to a better society. Er. Chaphung Wangsupa took a session on the topic “Man-Making, Nation-Building” in that session he spoke today we need a organize work. Shri Ashok Atale took a session about Vivekananda Kendra and its activities in Arunachal Pradesh. Shri Tara Dajam took a session on the topic “Challenge and Response”. “Leadership” session taken by Shri M. Mossang. Prant Sanyojak of Swami Vivekananda Sardha Shati Samaroh Arunachal Pradesh Shri Rinchen Dorjee took a session on “Patriotism in Practice” in his session he said that Patriotism is a cultural attachment to one’s homeland, excluding differences causes by the dependencies. Patriotism is a devotion to one’s country. Practical Patriotism means not a mere sentiment or even emotion of love of the motherland but a passion to serve our fellow-country men. A session on “Teamwork” was taken by Dr. Techi Upen Tara Sah Prant Sanyojak of Swami Vivekananda Sardh Shati Samaroh Arunachal Pradesh (SV-SSS). Er. S. Sumnyan, Yuva Shakti Aayam Pramukh of SV-SSS spoke on the topic “My Hero Swami Vivekananda”. He said that being a youth icon of India Swami Vivekananda’s birthday on January 12, every year is celebrated as National youth Day in our country. It is a fitting tribute to this great spiritual personality who believed in our youth power and inspired Indian youth to improve themselves and the country as a whole. In his short life of 39 years, Vivekananda had created a flutter at national and global scenario and that is why a western admirer had even called him ‘young in years but eternal in wisdom’. Shri Ashok Atale took a session on the “150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda”. The theme for the 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda is appropriately named as “Wake up Bharat! Enlighten the World!”
In concluding session Camp experience was shared by Ku. Duyo Tailyang, Ku. Bombe Taw, Kum. Rigio Yadi and Kum. Marta Tajo. A Drama on “Our Culture” was also presented by the participants. Shri Rupesh Mathur, Prant Sanghatak Vivekananda Kendra, Arunachal Pradesh also guided the participants.