Young Leaders' Conference

Published: 29th January 2015 05:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th January 2015 05:58 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: KCG College of Technology, a unit of the Hindustan Group of Institutions, hosted the third edition of Hindustan Young Leaders Conference (HYLC), in collaboration with EuroMUN, the largest MUN Conference in Europe and the United Nations Information Centre India and Bhutan. on its campus recently. The conference aimed at bringing together the outstanding young scholars from different parts of India to build a crucial leadership programme in a global context. The initiative acted as a platform providing a unique chance to discuss and debate real-time problems like accumulation of nuclear weapons, challenges to international humanitarian law and other related issues, which were based on the concept of Model United Nations. Phillip Min, US Consul General was the chief guest-key speaker for the occasion. Dr Vinod Surana, Surana and Surana International Attorneys, M Ganapathi, IFS (Retd) Former Secretary (West), Ministry of External Affairs, & former Ambassador for Govt of India & Commodore S Shekhar (Rtd), Director, National Maritime Foundation (Chennai Chapter) were present. Delegates from 45 institutions across India participated. 

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