IIT Kanpur selected as nodal institute from UP for Yuva Sangam phase 4

IIT Kanpur has been paired with the Central University, Karnataka for Yuva Sangam phase 4.

22 institutions across India have been identified for Yuva Sangam phase 4. (Image: IIT Kanpur official website)22 institutions across India have been identified for Yuva Sangam phase 4. (Image: IIT Kanpur official website)

Alivia Mukherjee | March 3, 2024 | 04:55 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Indian government has begun Yuva Sangam phase IV visits under the Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB) programme, which was organised by prime minister Narendra Modi to create a systematic and durable cultural tie across India's different states and union territories. Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur) has been selected as a nodal institute from Uttar Pradesh for phase IV of the Yuva Sangam program.

Yuva Sangam is an ongoing cultural exchange with a focus on diversity, in which participants acquire an experience of many aspects of life, natural landforms, development monuments, recent achievements, and youth connect in the host state via 5-7-day exposure excursions.

During these trips, participants receive multi-dimensional exposure in five major categories, known as the 5 Ps: Paryatan (Tourism), Parampara (Traditions), Pragati (Development), Prodyogik (Technology), and Paraspar Sampark (People-to-People Connection).

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IIT Kanpur has been selected as a nodal institute in Uttar Pradesh for Phase IV of the programme. The Institute has been paired with the Central University of Karnataka in Kalaburgi. Youth delegates from Karnataka arrived in Kanpur this morning, March 3, 2024, and will depart on March 7. The group includes approximately 43 students and two faculty or staff members.

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