'GenNext' ray of hope for nation's future and progress, says seer

'GenNext' ray of hope for nation's future and progress, says seer

Yuvajanotsava sankramana-2013 begins in Mandya

G R Channabasappa, president of Akhila Bharatha Sharana Sahitya Parishat opined only youth, who symbolises the future and progress of the country, has the power to rejuvenate the rural culture and tradition.

Speaking after inaugurating a three-day ‘Yuvajanotsava sankramana-2013’, organised by University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore and V C Farm Agricultural college here on Thursday, he suggested the students along with completing the degrees successfully should also concentrate on specialisation and become researchers and experts in their respective fields. They should strive for the welfare of their villages, he added.

Linguistic style

The younger generation should shed inhibitions about villages and rejuvenate the rural activities, linguistic style, dressing, art and culture, he said. The students should decide to work at villages as a gesture of thanksgiving for the development of education.

The confidence on the mutt seers, politicians and rationalists is diminishing and the only hope is the ‘youth’. The prosperity of the country is in the hands of younger generation. The current youth should not neglect the advise given by the elders who are at the fag end of their lives and consider it, he said.

Time is precious and the youngsters should make maximum use of it by involving in useful activities, he added.
PET president Dr H D Chowdaiah, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore Dr K Narayanagaowda, farmer leader K R Jayaram and others were present.