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Bikaner, - Four students from Bikaner Technical University will represent the state of Rajasthan in the National Youth Environment Parliament organized by the Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change. The event, scheduled to take place on February 10th and 11th at the Legislative Assembly in Nagpur, Maharashtra, will bring together 200 students from over 150 universities across the country.
Vikram Rathore, Public Relations Officer, informed that the selection process for this program involved students from various universities, with Bikaner Technical University having four representatives. The selected students include Fardin from Bikaner Technical University, Prachi Rathore from Government Engineering College Ajmer, Deepak Tak from the University College of Engineering and Technology, and Rashi Singh from the Bharatiya Institute of Engineering and Technology, Sikar.
These chosen youth representatives will be provided with separate portfolios to express their views during the National Youth Environment Parliament. Dr. Mamta Sharma Pareek and Dr. Gayatri Sharma will also represent the university at the national level as mentors in the event.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof. Ambarish Sharan, the Vice-Chancellor of Bikaner Technical University, congratulated all the participating students and emphasized the importance of positive thinking and progress for the youth of the country. He highlighted that the National Youth Environment Parliament provides an opportunity for youth to come together and showcase their eloquence, critical thinking, and leadership skills. The event aims to instill confidence, leadership qualities, and skill development among the youth.
Dr. Abhishek Purohit, Dean of Student Welfare, stressed the need for the youth to work more actively
for environmental betterment. He expressed pride in the university's students, stating that their active participation would encourage others to voice strong opinions and contribute to environmental conservation issues.
Organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change, the Bikaner Technical University hosted the two-day state-level National Youth Environment Parliament in January 2024. The competition aimed to create awareness among students about current environmental issues and foster a deeper understanding of environmental conservation.