Nawalparasi, January 16, 2018: ‘Second Nawalparasi Youth Summit-2018’ has successfully come to an end on 13 January in the presence of youth organizations, influential personalities and entrepreneurs of the nation. Around 100 youths from different fields of the district assembled in the conference.
Dr. Shashank Koirala, General Secretary of Nepali Congress, mentioned in the summit that the country should flow with the agenda to induce youth energy for the growth of the nation. He encouraged youths to participate in innovative works in one’s country rather than flying abroad and also urged the government to bring enterprise intensive program to retain youths.
On the occasion of this conference, industrialist Binod Chaudhary shared the broadening difficulties of unemployment in Nepal due to lack of technical and vocational skills in the human resource available in the market. He noted that annually around 400,000 Nepali youths come to the market but they lack the technical knowledge to utilize their potential.
According to the organizers, the conference is inspiring for the aspiring youths in building sustainable and efficient community by making them more powerful and trustworthy. The final conclusions inferred have been drafted in an official declaration. Sudhan Lamsal, the coordinator of the program informed that this declaration will be handed to the head officers of the local level government offices.