The Kendra has a unique history. In 1959, the executive committee of the Indian Assembly of Youth came to the conclusion that if youth work has to be developed in the country on scientific lines, a national youth centre should be established, which would provide on a continuous basis, training in youth work to the workers of youth organisations. The committee also visualised the centre as an international meeting place for young people from all over the world. Since a centre of this type had to have a certain permanency, it was decided to set up an independent trust, which would command the neccessary respect and support.

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  • 28 thOct
    30 th Oct

    Training programme on Panchayati Raj

    • Who can Participate : NGOs
    • Programme Incharge : Mr. Shailender Singh
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    International Conference (SAARC)

    • Who can Participate : Academia Students , Civil Society , Government,Enternrenureship & Skill Development Agencies , Cooperations
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