Kathmandu, April 30, 2017: Dibyabhumi College on Saturday orgnaized an interaction programme focusing on the upcoming local level election.
The programme conducted at the college premises saw an active participation of the first year of students of Bachelors in Social Work, who had put forward their views regarding the role of youths in the local election.
Speaking on the occasion, National Small Entrepreneur Program Development Advisor Mr. Christopher John Wardle said that as Nepali youths in foreign employment have contributed a lot to the national economy, the concerned authority should come up with a facility that they too can vote in the election.
Similarly, founder of the college, Mr. Pramod Shah shared that parents, state bodies, and political parties should play a role to promote active participation of youths in politics and election.
Likewise, Chief of Journalism and Mass Communication Department at the college, Trishna Acharya mentioned that as the election is going to be conducted in two phases, a doubt might arise in people that results of one election could affect that of another election. Thus, the media and political parties should give correct and factual information to the voters.
Similarly, journalist Amarendra Yadav shared on the occasion that youth can contribute for the success of the local election with at least three roles: playing the role as a catalyst, voter and candidate for the election.
In the programme, the first year students Aastha Khadka, Chetana Kunwar, Surabhi Rajopadhyay, Puja Devkota, Shirish Rajbhandari, Sandip Shahi, and SriKrishna Thapa had also expressed their opinions and curiosities.