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Ruchira Kamboj showed the power of India’s youth in the United Nations, gave this message to the world

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India’s Ambassador to the United Nations Ruchira Kamboj has made India realize the youth power. He said that India is the country with the largest youth population in the world. India is shaping the future powerfully and its youth are using technology as an effective tool to progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ruchira Kamboj, in her special address at the ‘1M1B Active Impact Summit’ said that India truly believes in the ‘transformative power’ of youth. He said on Thursday, “We believe that the path to achieving the SDGs by 2030 passes through the energy, creativity and innovation of our young population.

India has the largest youth population in the world which is unique. So, we are not just keeping an eye on the future, but also shaping it,” Kamboj said, using technology as an effective tool for progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). . From sustainable agriculture to health innovations, he said, there are ‘shining examples’ of how technology can be used for good and turn challenges into opportunities. The conference was organized by 1M1B, a non-governmental organization (NGO) affiliated with the United Nations Department of Global Communications (DGC) with the help of the Intelligentsia Cell of the DGC.

Students from these states of India participated

1M1B (M Million Four One Billion) is a non-profit organization founded in 2014. The organization is committed to digital skill building, transformation and entrepreneurship and aims to educate the youth in India in Artificial Intelligence, ‘Green Skills’, Entrepreneurship, Digital Citizenship, ‘Augmented Reality (AR)’, ‘Virtual Reality’, and other emerging technologies. Trying to train. To date, 500,000 students have participated in 1M1B programs. Around 50 Indian teenagers represented India at the seventh 1M1B Active Impact Conference held at the United Nations Headquarters. The students are from Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmedabad and Delhi and presented presentations on social, economic and environmental issues to industry, corporations, non-profit organizations, elite experts, and representatives of the United Nations, Indian officials, and representatives of various countries. Projects presented. (Language)

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