JAIPUR: An induction program for the beneficiaries of HERO Talent Search – 2019 organised here in Jaipur. The program aims to support the needy students and is being implemented by a NGO Friends Union for Energizing Lives (FUEL). HERO Talent Search – 2019 is a CSR initiative of HERO MotoCorp.
For IX and X graders from various government schools who belong to economically backward families participated in the program. It was a dream of the students come true opportunity to meet and interact with the leaders from academia and industry during the program.
The venue of G D Birla Auditorium witnessed an aspirational moments for 1200 plus students and their parents. The program started with the presentation by FUEL team about the work done across 13 states.
FUEL has been a pioneering organisation in setting up Career Guidance and Skilling Centres (CGSC) and has already shaped the lives of more than 10 lakh students.
Function was followed up by the recognitions and awards to the top 5 students who secured more than 85% in the board exam last year supported under ‘HERO Talent Search 2018’. The recipients were extremely happy when they received the tablets with BYJU’s App to support their future education.
The 400 Scholars were excited to interact with Director – MNIT, Jaipur Prof. Udaykumar Yaragatti and CSR Head & CIO – HERO MotoCorp, Vijay Sethi along with other dignitaries.
They were really inspired by the leaders with an objective that ‘Dreams and Hard Work to achieve them’ is the Mantra for success in life. Both the leaders shared their personal experiences from NIT Culture and the contribution of same in their lives.
Significant tips to crack the board exams by renowned teachers were shared with the students who’ll be appearing in the board exams in Feb/March 2020. It was followed up by the panel discussion on ‘Exam Warriors: How to overcome the fear of Board Exams’.
Presence of Ketan Deshpande, Chairman & Founder – FUEL; Santosh Huralikoppi, Chief Mentor – FUEL; Dr. Mohit Dubey, CEO – Atal Incubation Centre, MIT ADT University – Pune; Rajesh Mukhija and Virendra Shaktawat from Hero CSR helped students to gain insights from leaders across various domains.