The Nepal Teen Leaders (NTL) has organized a graduation and welcome ceremony for its third and fourth batch respectively amid a certificate distribution program at Hotel Royal Singi in Kathmandu on 16 April 2022. The event was inaugurated by former Deputy Prime Minister Bhim Rawal who urged youths to join politics. He added that it is not possible to improve our situation without youth’s participation and efforts on mainstream politics.
Surendra Basnet, vice president of National Youth Council showed his commitment to collaborate with NTL members in various youth-centric programs in the coming days.
Similarly, president of Higher Institutions and Secondary Schools’ Association Nepal (HISSAN) Ramesh Silwal thanked the executive team of NTL for conducting such a year-long program as it helps students to focus on their extracurriculars simultaneously. Chairman of Golyan Group, Pawan Golyan said, “Post teen phase is the time to grow oneself from every direction as this time has the hunger of learning.”
Editor-In-Chief of AP1 HD television Tikaram Yatri suggested students to know their passion and work to achieve expertise in the similar field. “I would not have succeeded if I were in politics as that’s not my expertise,” he added. Similarly, Manoj Gyawali, deputy general manager of Nabil Bank presented the importance of extracurriculars by giving the example of process during hiring a person for a job.
General Manager of Turkish Airlines for Nepal Abdullah Tuncer Kececi said that he is happy with the progress of NTL members and his company is ready to help students whenever in need.
The program was chaired by Shiva Danai, director of NTL. He requested the stakeholders for the collaboration with NTL so that they jointly help the scenario of students. Lastly, Bishal KC, member of the organizing committee and executive director of Career Point Education Services Pvt. Ltd. said, “Nepali academic houses have provided good education to the students but they have not been able to help in their entire development. NTL is hence helping the students to connect the missing dots.”